A quick look at the latest injury updates and reports from around the NFL in Week 10:
» Chiefs coach Todd Haley and Matt Cassel were tight-lipped about the injuries that forced the QB out late against the Broncos. The Kansas City Star reported Cassel left the stadium with a cast on his right hand. ... Chiefs DE Glenn Dorsey also left late in the game with an undisclosed injury, according to The Associated Press.
» Already playing without WR DeSean Jackson, the Eagles lost WR Jeremy Maclin against the Cardinals. Maclin left on two different occasions with a shoulder injury and a hamstring strain and didn't finish the game, according to the team. ... Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie sustained an ankle sprain and was taken for X-rays.
» Bengals CB Leon Hall was sidelined by an Achilles injury, and NFL Network's Jason La Canfora reports it's a season-ending tear. Hall was on crutches after the game, according to a report. ... Bengals coach Marvin Lewis doesn't believe the right knee injury that sidelined WR A.J. Green is serious, saying the rookie "will be fine."
» The Rams were beset by injuries against the Browns. Coach Steve Spagnuolo said CB Al Harris (right knee) and TE Michael Hoomanawanui (right knee) suffered "significant" injuries and will undergo MRI exams on Monday. The Rams also lost RB Cadillac Williams (strained calf), LT Rodger Saffold (head) and SS Darian Stewart (neck).
» The Seahawks were another team hit hard by injuries. Coach Pete Carroll said WR Sidney Rice, WR Doug Baldwin and SS Cam Chancellor all sustained concussions, and rookie RG John Moffitt will have an MRI exam on his injured knee. Safety Atari Bigby (hamstring) and DL Anthony Hargrove (hamstring) were also sidelined.
» New England Patriots CB Devin McCourty suffered a separated right shoulder in a collision with teammate Sterling Moore Sunday night against the Jets, reported WBZ Boston. And Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson left the game with an injured left leg which was tightly wrapped in the locker room. He said he would have "some tests" on Monday.