Here are some injuries we're tracking Sunday in Week 15 of the 2017 NFL season:
- Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has a partially torn calf and will miss the remainder of the regular season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported via a source. The injury will not require surgery and the team is hopeful he can return in the playoffs. Brown went down in the first half against the New England Patriots.
Steelers running back James Conner suffered an MCL knee injury in the second half. Cornerback Joe Haden (fibula) was inactive but is expected to be available next week.
- Cowboys defensive endBenson Mayowa (back) and offensive tackle Tyron Smith (knee) did not return. Wide receiver Brice Butler (foot), cornerback Orlando Scandrick (back), linebacker Justin Durant (concussion) and defensive lineman David Irving (concussion) did not play.
- New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead did not return after suffering a knee injury in the second half.
- Buffalo Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin said he is playing through a torn meniscus and will have surgery after the season to repair it.
- Seattle Seahawks linebacker D.J. Alexander (concussion), cornerback Justin Coleman (chest), and tight end Nick Vannett (shoulder) all exited early. Linebacker K.J. Wright (concussion) was inactive.
Defensive lineman Corey Liuget suffered a grade 2 PCL sprain, Rapoport reported. He's considered week-to-week.