Other injuries we're tracking coming out of Sunday's slate of action:
- Eagles coach Chip Kelly told WIP-FM in Philadelphia that he doesn't believeEvan Mathis' left knee injury will be season-ending, per Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. "From what I understand, it's not a (Jeremy Maclin) situation where Evan is done for the year," Kelly said. The Inquirer's Jeff McLane cited a source to report that Mathis suffered an MCL sprain -- with no damage to his ACL -- in Philly's win over theJaguars.
- Running back Toby Gerhart suffered an ankle sprain early in the Jaguars' loss to the Eagles on Sunday. He returned to the game but the team announced he will be limited early in the week. Safety Jonathan Cyprien will go through the concussion protocol after suffering a head injury against the Eagles, the team announced. The team also said receiver Cecil Shorts III will try out his injured hamstring on Tuesday.
- Redskins coach Jay Gruden said tight end Jordan Reed and defensive tackle Barry Cofield could both miss some time following injuries sustained in Week 1. Reed suffered a mild hamstring sprain and Cofield a high ankle sprain. Gruden said Chris Bakerwill likely take over for Cofield in his absence. Rapoport reported that Cofield could miss three weeks or more.