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Texans starting cornerback Kareem Jackson declared that he’s good to go Thursday night against the Indianapolis Colts after being cleared under the NFL concussion testing protocol. Jackson was examined and cleared Monday after undergoing the mandatory neurological baseline tests and leaving the game Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. “I’m feeling good,”
Injuries adding to big deficit against Falcons.
Texans coach Bill O'Brien was noncommittal on whether Pro Bowl running back Arian Foster will return Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, but acknowledged he's nearing being back after undergoing groin surgery in August.
The Giants' first-round pick in 2015, Ereck Flowers, left Sunday's Giants-Falcons game with a left ankle injury.
Giants corner Dominqiue-Rodgers Cromartie made it just one play before getting hurt on Sunday against the Falcons.
Here's who was injured during Sunday's home opener.
Giants have four players listed as out, a fifth as doubtful
The latest on the Giants' injuries
Injuries to Jon Beason, Uani 'Unga could force Brinkley to play, even start
His foot injury landed him on the inactive list. Could do it again this week against the Falcons.
In his first game back from a surgery on his abdomen that sidlelined him for just about a month, Ertz played more snaps than Celek did in the Eagles' 26-24 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Monday night.
Sam Bradford underwent an x-ray on Monday night following the team's 26-24 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, a development that, despite his injury history, the quarterback says shouldn't worry Eagles fans.
The Eagles are two days away from opening their season in Atlanta, and the status of one of their best players is still up in the air.
Chip Kelly gives an update on injured Eagles players.