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NFL Week 15 Live Injury Updates

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Colt McCoy Injured, Replaced by Trace McSorley

Arizona Cardinals backup quarterback Colt McCoy left the game on Sunday vs. the Denver Broncos and was replaced by third-string quarterback Trace McSorley.

McCoy, who was starting in place of the injured Kyler Muray, has been ruled out with a concussion.

Tannehill Carted Off, Reenters Game In Second Quarter

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill left the Titans’ game against the Chargers early in the first quarter with an ankle injury. However, the veteran was able to come back into the game a few minutes into the second quarter of action. He missed just one series.

After leaving the game, Tannehill was attended to in the team’s medical tent on the sideline, and a cart was later called to take him to the locker room for further evaluation.

Tannehill has dealt with injuries throughout the season, missing two weeks due to a left ankle injury in October.

Jenkins Carted Off, Ruled Out

Chicago Bears offensive lineman Teven Jenkins was carted off the field after he went down early in Sunday’s game against the Eagles and was ruled out with a neck injury, the team announced.

He appeared to take a helmet-to-helmet hit before going down. Jenkins was put on a backboard to stabilize his head and neck while his teammates stood around him.

Cowboys LB Downgraded

Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch was taken to the locker room with a neck injury during Sunday’s game against the Jaguars, the team announced. Vander Esch was eventually ruled out. He missed several games in 2019 with a neck injury.

Bears’ St. Brown Won’t Return

Bears wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown is being evaluated for a concussion and won’t return to return to Sunday’s game against the Eagles, the team announced. St. Brown was injured on the Bears’ first drive of the game.

Mims Suffers Concussion

Jets wide receiver Denzel Mims was ruled out for the rest of Sunday’s game against the Lions with a concussion, the team announced. Mims took a hit in the first quarter and stayed down on the field before walking off with trainers.

Huntley Ruled Out

Falcons running back Caleb Huntley was ruled out for the rest of Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints with an ankle injury, the team reported. Huntley is Atlanta’s third-string running back, but he typically gets worked into the rotation with Cordarrelle Patterson and Tyler Allgeier.

Sanborn Suffers Ankle Injury

The Bears lost yet another player to injury on Sunday as linebacker Jack Sanborn won’t return against the Eagles due to an ankle injury, the team announced. The UDFA from Wisconsin has been a bright spot for the Chicago defense this season.

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