There were a number of notable injuries during the first Sunday of NFL action, including Jags receiver Allen Robinson (knee), Ronald Darby (ankle), J.J. Watt (finger), and David Johnson (wrist).
Allen Robinson’s season is already over after Week 1.
The Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans.
Robinson, 24, led the Jaguars in each of the last two seasons and is in the final year of his rookie contract.
He had just one catch for 17 yards before his departure.
Safety Barry Church also was evaluated for a concussion.
In other Week 1 injury news:
– Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson suffered a wrist injury and did not return. Offensive tackle D.J. Humphries was carted off with a knee injury.
– Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Stephon Tuitt, who signed a $61 million contract on Saturday, is feared to have a torn biceps, according to ESPN. He will have an MRI on Monday.
– Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick suffered a fractured left hand, owner Jerry Jones said.
– San Francisco 49ers first-round rookie linebacker Reuben Foster was carted off after suffering what appeared to be a lower leg injury. He said he hoped to play next week and wanted to go back into Sunday’s game.
– Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Ronald Darby suffered an ankle injury and was ruled out for the remainder of the game.
– Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White left the game with a shoulder injury. The Bears fear that it is a season-ending broken collarbone injury, according to ESPN.
– Baltimore Ravens running back Danny Woodhead suffered a hamstring injury and did not return.
– Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing was evaluated for a concussion.
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