Here are the most significant NFL players who got banged up in Week 10:
Eric Kendricks, LB, Minnesota Vikings: Kendricks collided with teammate Anthony Barr while trying to intercept a Kirk Cousins pass. Both players left the game momentarily. Barr returned, while Kendricks was listed as doubtful with a hip injury. Audie Cole took Kendricks’ place in the Vikings’ base defense.
Kyle Long, G, Chicago Bears: Long had his leg/ankle rolled up on by teammate Paul Lasike in the second quarter. Trainers put an air cast on his right leg and carted him to the locker room.
T.J. Lang, G, Green Bay Packers: Lang hobbled off the field in the first quarter with what appeared to be a left ankle injury. Don Barclay replaced Lang at right guard. The Packers also lost LB Jake Ryan early on with an ankle injury. Both players were listed as questionable.
Andy Lee, P, Carolina Panthers: Lee hurt his hamstring in the first half, leaving kicker Graham Gano as the team’s punter. Gano’s first punt went for 60 yards. The Panthers listed Lee as questionable to return.