Washington QB Taylor Heinicke injury update; plus, more NFL news from Week 14's Sunday games

  • The Arizona Cardinals announced that defensive backs coach Marcus Robertson will not attend Monday's game versus the Rams due to COVID-19 protocols. His duties will be assumed by other members of the defensive coaching staff.
  • Atlanta Falcons safety Erik Harris was ruled out versus the Panthers with a chest injury. Linebacker Emmanuel Ellerbee (knee) and linebacker Dante Fowler (calf) also exited early without returning.
  • Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (ankle) was ruled out against the Browns after suffering an ankle injury in the second quarter. Defensive end Calais Campbell (thigh) was ruled out by game's end.
  • Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders was ruled out against the Buccaneers with a knee injury.
  • Carolina Panthers cornerback A.J. Bouye suffered a foot injury against the Falcons. Bouye was initially ruled questionable to return but managed to return.
  • Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy said quarterback Justin Fields was having his hand looked at following the Bears' loss to the Packers on Sunday night. cornerback Xavier Crawford was ruled out in the second half Sunday night with a concussion. Linebacker Roquan Smith left Sunday's game in the second half with a hamstring injury and did not return.
  • Cincinnati Bengals Trey Hendrickson left his team's overtime loss early due to back spasms, but early indications are he should be good to go for Week 15 against the Broncos, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported. Offensive tackle Riley Reiff left the game early with an ankle injury.
  • Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt suffered an ankle injury and did not return against the Ravens.
  • Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle La'el Collins (cramping) was ejected in the fourth quarter versus Washington. Offensive tackle Tyron Smith exited early with an ankle injury.
  • Detroit Lions cornerback Jerry Jacobs (knee) and linebacker Alex Anzalone (ankle) were ruled out against the Broncos.
  • Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said his toe "feels worse" after Sunday night's win over the Bears. "Definitely had a setback tonight," Rodgers said. He added that surgery was the last resort and that it would be looked at on Monday. Packers offensive lineman Billy Turner (knee), who previously had not missed a snap this season, was ruled out in the first half of Sunday night's game against the Bears. Packers wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown (concussion) was ruled out in the second half.
  • Houston Texans linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill (knee) was ruled out versus the Seahawks. Defensive back Justin Reid was evaluated for a concussion. Running back Rex Burkhead exited early with a groin injury.
  • Los Angeles Chargers safety Derwin James, who was added to the injury report Saturday and listed as questionable, is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Giants. Running back Austin Ekeler exited early with an ankle injury.
  • New York Giants defensive lineman Leonard Williams (elbow) was ruled out against the Chargers. Following his team's loss Sunday, Giants head coach Joe Judge said quarterback Daniel Jones would see doctors on Monday for further tests on his neck. Jones has missed the last two games.
  • New York Jets running back Austin Walter (illness) was ruled out against New Orleans. Defensive tackle Quinnen Williams (shoulder) also exited early.
  • San Francisco 49ers linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair (elbow) has been ruled out against the Bengals.
  • Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Bryan Mone was ruled out against the Texans with a knee injury.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Giovani Bernard (hip) and cornerback Jamel Dean have been ruled out versus the Bills.
  • Tennessee Titans tight end Tory Carter (ankle) exited early versus the Jaguars.
  • Washington Football Team quarterback Taylor Heinicke (knee) exited early against Dallas and did not return. Receiver Terry McLaurin (concussion), tight end Sammis Reyes (concussion) and center Tyler Larsen (Achilles) were all ruled out.

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