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Notable injuries, news from Sunday's Week 2 games

Injuries and news we're monitoring around the league on this Week 2 Sunday:

  • Patriots running back James White is inactive for Sunday's games against the Seahawks after his father died in an auto accident that also left his mother in critical condition, Rapoport and NFL Network's Mike Giardi reported. Also inactive for New England: quarterback Jarrett Stidham, linebacker Josh Uche, tight end Dalton Keene, defensive back Myles Bryant and offensive tackle Korey Cunningham.
  • Seahawks wide receiver Phillip Dorsett, who was questionable with a foot injury heading into the weekend, is inactive against the Patriots. Seattle's other inactives include: running back DeeJay Dallas, linebacker D'Andre Walker, offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, defensive end Rasheem Green and defensive end Alton Robinson. Seahawks defensive back Quandre Diggs was disqualified from Sunday's game against the Patriots in the first quarter for a helmet-to-helmet hit. Diggs hit New England receiver N'Keal Harry with a helmet-to-helmet blow and was ejected. Marquise Blair replaced Diggs, but sustained a knee injury in the second quarter and was helped off the field by the training staff and went to the locker room. Blair is out and Lano Hill replaced him at free safety.
  • Los Angeles Rams running back Cam Akers suffered a rib injury in the first quarter and did not return against the Eagles. Rams guard Joe Noteboom exited early with a calf injury.
  • Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams (hamstring) suffered a hamstring injury in the second half against the Lions and did not return. Center Corey Linsley (hand) exited early with a hand injury.
  • Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor did not play after suffering a chest injury before Sunday's kickoff against the Chiefs. Taylor was sent to a local hospital for evaluation after experiencing difficulty breathing and was discharged Sunday night. Rookie Justin Herbert started in Taylor's place. Safety Rayshawn Jenkins (groin) and defensive tackle Justin Jones (shoulder) exited early.
  • New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley is believed to have suffered a torn ACL in the first half against the Bears, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Wide receiver Sterling Shepard exited early with a toe injury.
  • Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey exited early against the Buccaneers with an ankle injury. He'll have an MRI on Monday and the initial hope is the injury is not too serious, Rapoport reported.
  • Miami Dolphins cornerback Byron Jones exited early against the Bills with a groin injury.
  • Indianapolis Colts safety Malik Hooker is feared to have torn his Achilles and will have an MRI on Monday to make a full determination, Rapoport reported. Wide receiver Parris Campbell did not tear his ACL while suffering a leg injury that saw him carted off the field against the Vikings, Rapoport reported per a source. Campbell will have an MRI on Monday to determine the full extent of his injury. Linebacker Matthew Adams (ankle) also exited early.
  • San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa likely tore his ACL in the first half against the Jets, coach Kyle Shanahan said. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo missed the second half after suffering a high-ankle sprain that is expected to keep him out next week. Running back Raheem Mostert suffered a knee injury and did not play in the second half. Rapoport reported he is believed to have a mild MCL sprain and will have follow-up tests Monday. Running back Tevin Coleman exited the game late with a knee injury. Defensive lineman Solomon Thomas was carted off the field in the first with a knee injury and did not return.
  • Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock suffered a right shoulder injury in the first half and did not return versus the Steelers. Wide receiver Courtland Sutton exited early with a knee injury and cramping. Defensive end Dre'Mont Jones exited early with a knee injury.
  • Atlanta Falcons defensive end Takk McKinley suffered a groin injury and did not return against the Cowboys. The team believes offensive tackle Kaleb McGary suffered an MCL sprain and he'll have an MRI on Monday, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported. Linebacker Foye Oluokun (hamstring) and safety Ricardo Allen (elbow) also exited early Sunday.
  • Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr did not return against the Colts after suffering a shoulder injury in the first half. Running back Mike Boone (concussion) also exited early.
  • New York Jets cornerback Quincy Wilson was ruled out after being evaluated for a concussion. Wide receiver Breshad Perriman (ankle), center Connor McGovern (hamstring) and cornerback Arthur Maulet (groin) also exited early. Wide receiver Chris Hogan (ribs) did not return after suffering a rib injury.
  • Philadelphia Eagles guard Isaac Seumalo (knee) exited early against the Rams.
  • Jacksonville Jaguars center Brandon Linder exited early against the Titans with a knee injury. Cornerback DJ Hayden was evaluated for a concussion.
  • Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox (concussion) exited early against the Dolphins.
  • Washington guard Brandon Scherff (knee) exited early against the Cardinals with a knee injury.
  • Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark exited early against the Chargers because of an illness. Running back Darrel Williams suffered an ankle injury and did not return.
  • Houston Texans fullback Cullen Gillaspia was evaluated for a concussion.
  • Ravens coach John Harbaugh said cornerback Tavon Young suffered a season-ending left knee injury in Baltimore's win over the Texans.

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