The Injury Roundup is back for Week 6 with a look around the league at the latest injury updates and reports.
» Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said SS Troy Polamaluhad concussion-like symptoms after exiting late against the Jaguars. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Polamalu's injury is not serious. The Steelers also lost RG Doug Legursky (dislocated toe), FS Ryan Clark (shoulder) and DT Chris Hoke (stinger), who Tomlin said would all be evaluated.
» The Redskinslost three offensive starters with serious injuries. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said TE Chris Cooley would need surgery on a fractured left index finger and LT Trent Williams sustained a high right ankle sprain. The worse news came on LG Kory Lichtensteiger, who told NFL.com he was done for the season after tearing the ACL and MCL in his right knee.
» The Rams might have dodged the injury bullet with QB Sam Bradford, who the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported is OK after X-rays were negative on his ankle. Rams LT Rodger Saffold (left ankle) and RB Cadillac Williams (knee) also exited during the second half against the Packers. The St. Louis-Post Dispatch reported Williams suffered a thigh injury.
» Cowboys RB Felix Jones didn't return after suffering a left ankle injury during the second quarter against the Patriots. The team's official website reports Jones sustained a high ankle sprain. Cowboys rookie LG Bill Nagy broke his right ankle, which owner Jerry Jones said would likely sideline him for the rest of the season.