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Week 3 NFL Injury Review

Jesse Morse M.D.

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Week three was quite exciting. There were so many injuries in week two that I am happy to announce they were not as many significant injuries in week three. With many of the top players already banged up including Saquon Barkley, Christian McCaffrey, Michael Thomas, Chris Godwin, Devante Adams, and Julio Jones dealing with injuries over the past 10 days.
They were a couple of concussions to two wide receivers that ended their day’s early, including Diontae Johnson of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Russell Gage of the Atlanta Falcons.
The largest injury of the day appears to be a torn ACL for the recently extended Chicago Bears running back to Tarik Cohen. An MRI in the morning should confirm the unfortunate season ending injury.
The injuries continue to mount for the Philadelphia Eagles, already struggling with rookie Jalen Reagor‘s recent thumb injury, add in some miss time with Miles Sanders, a soon to return Alshon Jeffery and now add Dallas Goedert, who is dealing with a foot/ankle injury that could sign Hiren him a couple weeks depending on the imaging. DeSean Jackson also left the game early with a hamstring injury which I believe he was already dealing with but we aggravated.
The only team probably hurting more than the Eagles, besides maybe the Broncos is the San Francisco 49ers. Already without star tight end George Kittle who is likely to return in week four, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo who is dealing with a high ankle sprain, running back Raheem Mostert who should miss a couple weeks with an MCL injury and Tevin Coleman who is dealing with a knee injury of his own. Add in Deebo Samuel who is likely to return the next two weeks.
Replacement tight end Jordan Reed suffered an ankle injury today that needs to be monitored. Third string running back Jerick McKinnon suffered a rib injury today that could potentially hold him out of Week 4 depending on the severity.
Colts rookie wide receiver Michael Pittman suffered an ankle injury but was able to return to the game. Fellow wide receiver Paris Campbell was recently placed on IR after suffering both a PCL and MCL injury to his knee last week.
The Bills, who stormed back to beat the Rams and secure a 3-0 start. John Brown, who had been recently dealing with a foot injury, left the game early with a calf injury. These have a tendency to linger and usually will keep him out at least a couple weeks.
The Chargers Mike Williams, who suffered a grade 3 AC/shoulder sprain in training, camp re-injured his shoulder today. New should clarify the extent of his current injury. He returned much faster than traditional protocols so maybe he can repeat his magic again. Rookie Justin Herbert was in at QB for the chargers, after Tyrod Taylor who had been dealing with a rib fracture, received an injection before Week 3’s game which unfortunately punctured his lung, causing a pneumothorax. I expect him to miss a couple more weeks.
In a thrilling shoot out, Seahawks running back Chris Carson suffered a left knee sprain after a defender twisted his knee at the end of a play. Depending on the severity of the damage this could range from 1 to 4 weeks.
The Buccaneers wide receivers have struggled to stay healthy through the first three weeks of the season. Initially Mike Evans was dealing with a hamstring strain and then Chris Godwin suffered a concussion in Week 1, which kept him out of week two. Now Godwin strained his hamstring and it remains to be seen how long he’s going to miss now.
In the Sunday night game, New Orleans Saints, who should get Michael Thomas back in Week 4, potentially lost another receiving option, as tight end Jared Cook suffered a groin strain. These traditionally take about two weeks to heal, but can be much longer if it is a sports hernia.
I discussed the majority of these injuries today, find the links below.
Top Recent Videos:
Chris Godwin Injury: https://youtu.be/RpTMYsYPHV4
Chris Carson Injury: https://youtu.be/43xZQAPmKZU
Budda Baker Injury: https://youtu.be/SY2uvZTbXAI
John Brown Injury: https://youtu.be/w_SIU07u2DI
Tarik Cohen Injury: https://youtu.be/RbL7dQG88DI
Russell Gage Injury: https://youtu.be/Egm0zqFw4SY
Dallas Goedert Injury: https://youtu.be/AoJ4CnXoYqA
DeSean Jackson Injury: https://youtu.be/HmOvnx6S-7k
Jerick McKinnon Injury: https://youtu.be/vD6MFVGSd14
Diontae Johnson Injury: https://youtu.be/6jLghjhf_Uc
Jordan Reed Injury Gage: https://youtu.be/jkf7eKItO1k
Darren Waller Injury Video: https://youtu.be/4d5murzi6N8
Zack Moss Injury Video: https://youtu.be/VKA2OmduPUw
Davante Adams Injury: https://youtu.be/XLtNAgH0AOM
Josh Jacobs Injury Update: https://youtu.be/3_tpfSIeSGk
George Kittle Update: https://youtu.be/liF5z0N_fvs
Alshon Jeffery Injury: https://youtu.be/pgBQ8CMhvIs
Jalen Reagor Injury: https://youtu.be/Bu10nbJnAu0
Tyrod Taylor Update: https://youtu.be/EREKvdw0qnc
Sterling Shepard Injury: https://youtu.be/4_o7VMp6yrE
Julio Jones Injury Video: https://youtu.be/s06g84lvTBY
Josh Jacobs Injury Video: https://youtu.be/wjEoXjBDV-k
Raheem Mostert Update: https://youtu.be/xOvw79HOql4
Jimmy Garoppolo Update: https://youtu.be/LT7mKF_oB3k
Tyrod Taylor Injury Video: https://youtu.be/MlT4lbfmC0I
Parris Campbell (MCL) Update: https://youtu.be/jILgQerTzd0
Parris Campbell (PCL) Update: https://youtu.be/rzsuOJHr3Xo
Courtland Sutton update: https://youtu.be/V-bkcmYUyCw
Christian McCaffrey Update: https://youtu.be/y8-oduDj9sc
Saquon Barkley Update: https://youtu.be/APhmX_cPDkU
Cam Akers Injury Video: https://youtu.be/riYsfXJie6M
Michael Thomas Injury Video: https://youtu.be/HDC4kNx7B_Q
A.J. Brown Injury Video: https://youtu.be/jQF7dHCE7Uk

Jesse A Morse, MD is a fellowship-trained sports medicine doctor practicing in Miami, Florida. He specializes in Regenerative medicine, musculoskeletal ultrasound, fractures and, non-surgical orthopedics. Dr. Morse treats professional athletes regularly and understands their mindset and how to get them back on the field. Born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts, Dr. Morse grew up watching the Larry Bird led Boston Celtics, the Wade Boggs and Pedro Martinez led Boston Red Sox, and then the Tom Brady led Patriots win multiple championships. Dr. Morse has served on the medical staff of multiple professional teams, including the Philadelphia Phillies, Toronto Blue Jays, and the Miami Marlins. In his spare time, Dr. Morse loves exercising, sports cars, and playing fantasy sports/DFS.

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NFL Week 8 Injury Review

Jesse Morse M.D.

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As week eight comes to a close, unfortunately we saw several big-name players again go down with injury. The San Francisco 49ers continue to be ravaged by injury, as they likely lost both George Kittle and Jimmy Garoppolo for the remainder of the season. Kittle fractured a bone in his foot, and Garoppolo re-injured his high ankle sprain. Add in Tevin Coleman, who was recently activated off IR due to a knee injury, re-injured the same knee and is awaiting additional imaging.

On Thursday night football Teddy Bridgewater suffered a potentially serious neck injury, but thankfully got lucky and no significant injury was done. He should play in week nine. In that same game, unfortunately Falcons elite wide receiver Calvin Ridley suffered a midfoot sprain which would likely keep them out a couple of weeks.
Week nine should finally see the return of elite running back Christian McCaffrey. Fellow running backs Miles Sanders, Nick Chubb, Joe Mixon, Mark Ingram and Aaron Jones are all likely to miss at least one more week with their respective injuries.
The Packers play on Thursday night, and Aaron Jones’ calf injury likely has not had enough time to heal to allow him to play on Thursday.
We found out that Jacksonville Jaguars’ quarterback Gardner Minshew has been playing with multiple fractures and a ligament injury in his throwing thumb. Whether or not he needs surgery, he is likely to miss the next 2+ weeks.
Jets quarterback Sam Darnold re-injured his throwing shoulder, as he was dealing with an AC sprain and is questionable to play in week nine. Jamison Crowder is still dealing with a groin injury and has missed the past several weeks. Breshad Perriman also failed to play in week eight secondary to not clearing the concussion protocol yet.
The Colts saw Michael Pittman return after suffering that crazy injury where he had to undergo emergency surgery on his calf. Parris Campbell should not be too far behind him. Unfortunately T.Y. Hilton suffered a groin strain and is likely to miss at least a week, maybe a couple. Rookie running back Jonathan Taylor, who has disappointed so far, at least based on expectations, suffered an ankle injury and his week nine status is in question.
The Rams Darrell Henderson Jr. re-injured his thigh, but appears to be able to play after the bye. Cooper Kupp, fresh off of a monster game, appears to have injured his wrist. Expect additional imaging to rule out possible fracture.
The Seattle Seahawks backfield was really banged up going into week eight, as Chris Carson, dealing with a midfoot sprain, and Carlos Hyde, dealing with a hamstring strain both missed the game. Travis Homer, who is dealing with a bone bruise in his knee, and DeeJay Dallas both saw carries.
The Steelers Diontae Johnson seems to be injured more than he has been healthy. He injured his hamstring early in the game, but still managed to run the most routes on the day, but only managed to catch one pass on the day.
The Lions Kenny Golladay suffered a hip injury, that looks like it may keep them out a couple weeks, and he is a possible temporary IR candidate.
The Tennessee Titans Adam Humphries sustained a scary back and neck injury, but thankfully managed to avoid any life-changing injuries other than a concussion after being carried off on a stretcher.
Surprisingly the Eagles activated Dallas Goedert, less than a month after sustaining a non-displaced fracture in his ankle, only one week before their bye week. He was not very effective in his first game back. Jalen Reagor, also activated, flashed his potential and reeled in a touchdown. Miles Sanders should return after their bye, possibly Alshon Jeffery too.
The majority of these injuries were covered in this injury review video: https://youtu.be/nCl4eS3lh0Q
Top Recent Videos: Jimmy G (Dr Morse): https://youtu.be/iNSRre6r-So Jimmy G (surgeon take): https://youtu.be/jenxfNnMoXU George Kittle (surgeon take): https://youtu.be/4OSOCGdLssM George Kittle: https://youtu.be/M8oEGsMfcl4 Kenny Golladay: https://youtu.be/dbOnzinDz54 Jonathan Taylor: https://youtu.be/RfLqHeqjjjk Darrell Henderson Jr.: https://youtu.be/CoBf9hOL7U8 Cooper Kupp: https://youtu.be/GmhWoqjdaIo T.Y. Hilton: https://youtu.be/Zoi3aX8GQko Trent Brown: https://youtu.be/bs8KXfRmXtA Tevin Coleman: https://youtu.be/xy8TMbk24dI Adam Humphries: https://youtu.be/C9xfje_pnNA Diontae Johnson: https://youtu.be/tv7EBloVsfU Tua Tagovailoa: https://youtu.be/C0m6yvw5Tw8 Saquon Barkley update: https://youtu.be/-hTXuA4mv8w Allen Lazard: https://youtu.be/Iwaku9w_jHQ Calvin Ridley: https://youtu.be/-klAQFP69HE Gardner Minshew: https://youtu.be/f3WKeFT9Vw0
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Podcast: NFL Week 8

Aakash Chauhan M.D.

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NFL Injury Review-Week 7

Jesse Morse M.D.

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Heading into week seven of the 2020 NFL season there were a ton of injuries to keep track of.

Thursday nights game saw a couple injuries that bear monitoring. The New York Giants Devonta Freeman suffered an ankle injury of unknown severity, possibly a high-ankle sprain. Eagles DeSean Jackson suffered a significant ankle injury similar to teammate Dallas Goedert, likely a combination of non-displaced ankle fracture as well as high ankle sprain, and should likely miss at least six weeks. However there is some good news, and that Jalen Reagor is expected to be activated off IR and should play in week eight.
Several of the consensus top 20 running backs were injured in some capacity, and Miles Sanders, Mark Ingram, Joe Mixon and Aaron Jones were all added to that list over the past week.Aaron Jones suffered a calf injury late in the week and was inactive for Sunday’s game.

In the early games Dak Prescott’s replacement, current Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton suffered a head injury secondary to a dirty hit that knocked him out of the game. He was diagnosed with a concussion.

Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock appeared to have suffered a knee injury, however this was only a minor concern and he didn’t miss any time.
Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay sustained a concussion.
The San Francisco 49ers ran all over the New England Patriots, but 49ers got even more injured in the process. Losing Deebo Samuel to a hamstring strain for a couple weeks, as well as fill in running back Jeff Wilson Jr., shortly after scoring his third touchdown of the day, suffered a high-ankle sprain, and is likely going to short term IR. On the opposite side of the ball Patriots’ wide receivers Julian Edelman and N’Keal Harry both struggled, Edelman with a knee injury, and Harry appear to have sustained a concussion.
The most significant injury of the day belonged to Odell Beckham Jr., who unfortunately suffered a season-ending torn ACL after trying to track down an opposing defender who just intercepted a pass.
Jaguars wide receiver Dede Westbrook appears to also have sustained a torn ACL. The Jets finally got to active stud rookie Denzel Mims after suffering double-hamstring strains early in camp, but were without Jamison Crowder due to a groin injury and then Breshad Perriman sustained a concussion.
The Steelers Diontae Johnson, who has struggled with injuries, was targeted 15 times, scoring two touchdowns but unfortunately suffered what appears to be a minor ankle injury.
The Chargers Virgil Green in the middle of catching a touchdown pass suffered an ankle injury and possible fracture.
The Sunday night game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks was a shootout. Unfortunately many of the running backs in this game sustained injuries. Kenyan Drake suffered a high-ankle sprain and is likely out at least 3 to 4 weeks, and will go to temporary IR. It’s Chase Edmonds time.
Three of the four Seattle Seahawks running backs sustained injuries. Stud Chris Carson sustained a mild midfoot sprain, commonly described as a LisFranc, that should keep them out at least two weeks, possibly longer. His back up Carlos Hyde sustained a hamstring injury, and third string running back Travis Homer sustained a knee injury. Both Hyde and Homer are questionable for week eight.
In the Monday night game, the Los Angeles Rams were without tight end Tyler Higbee who is dealing with a hand injury. Running back Darrell Henderson was also dealing with a thigh injury, but played well and Robert Woods a groin injury but managed to play. Bears stud wide receiver Allen Robinson was being evaluated for a concussion at the end of the game.
Here is a video injury review:
Several individual videos of players injuries are listed below as well:
Until next week!
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