A look around the league at the latest injury reports and updates from Week 7:
» Buccaneers RB Earnest Graham exited early in London with what appeared to be a serious right leg injury. Bucs coach Raheem Morris didn't offer an update, but it's being reported Graham sustained a torn Achilles tendon. The Bucs also lost C Jeremy Zuttah (knee) and Tanard Jackson (hamstring) to injuries.
» The Rams had two players carted off the field in Dallas with head injuries. First OT Jason Smith, and then DT Darell Scott. The Rams said tests on both players showed no major damage. Smith was hospitalized for precautionary evaluation for a strained neck and possible concussion but was set to travel home with the team. Rams LB Brady Poppinga also left the game with a strained left calf.
» Raiders RB Darren McFadden didn't return against the Chiefsafter suffering an undisclosed injury. The Contra Costa Times reported McFadden sustained a sprained foot, but coach Hue Jackson would only say that all the injured Raiders would be evaluated. Safety Matt Giordano (neck) and TE Kevin Boss (concussion) also had known injuries.
» It wasn't a positive day for the Redskins, who lost WR Santana Moss (broken bone in left hand) and RB Tim Hightower (left knee). Moss didn't have any type of timetable for his return after the game, while coach Mike Shanahan wasn't sure about the severity of the injury for Hightower, who will have an MRI exam. Redskins LB London Fletcher also left the game with a hamstring injury.
» It sounds like the Texans have lost FS Daniel Manning for an extended period of time with a left leg injury. Manning had X-rays Sunday and Texans coach Gary Kubiak said the team was still evaluating his injury, according to the team's official website. Manning, however, told SportsRadio 610 AM after the game that he had a fractured tibia.