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Injury roundup: Jets' Petty suffers bruised shoulder

New York Jets quarterback Bryce Petty exited Thursday night's preseason finale against the Philadelphia Eagles after sustaining a big hit in the first quarter.

Jets coach Todd Bowles said Friday that Petty suffered a bruised shoulder with no structural damage. The team is still waiting to see assess his recovery time and will not place Petty on injured reserve before cuts to the 53-man roster are finalized.

The injury occurred after Petty threw a touchdown pass to wide receiver Robby Anderson. After the game, Petty spoke to reporters after the game with his arm in a sling.

Other injuries we're tracking on Thursday:

  1. The Vikings new No. 2 quarterback Joel Stave suffered an apparent hand injury against the Rams. Stave did not return to the game.
  1. Panthers wide receiver Kevin Norwood is out for the remainder of the game with a hip injury.
  1. Patriots left tackle Nate Solder exited the game against the Giants after suffering an undisclosed injury in the first half.
  1. Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said linebacker Kareem Martin has an MCL injury and might be sidelined for 2-3 weeks. The team believes the injury is not too serious, though.
  1. Texans veteran inside linebacker Akeem Dent suffered a concussion against the Cowboys and is now under concussion protocol.
  1. Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Julio Jones (ankle) will "certainly be close" to full practice on Monday.
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