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2022 NFL season, Week 11: Notable injuries, news from Sunday's games

Here are the injuries and news we're monitoring around the league on this Week 11 Sunday:

  • Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Ta'Quon Graham (knee) did not return against Chicago. Tight end Kyle Pitts also suffered a knee injury and did not return.
  • Baltimore Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton (knee) and left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) did not return against Carolina.
  • Buffalo Bills defensive end A.J. Epenesa left the game with an ankle injury and did not against Cleveland.
  • Chicago Bears cornerback Kyler Gordon (concussion) did not return against Atlanta. Quarterback Justin Fields had his left shoulder evaluated by doctors after the game, coach Matt Eberflus said. The team will have an update on his status Wednesday.
  • Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon (concussion) was ruled out against Pittsburgh in the third quarter.
  • Cleveland Browns center Ethan Pocic (knee) was ruled out against Buffalo.
  • Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons temporarily left Sunday's game versus the Cowboys with a knee injury, but returned. After the game Parsons said that his knee was "cool."
  • Denver Broncos running back Chase Edmonds (ankle) and defensive lineman Jonathan Harris (knee) were ruled out against Las Vegas. Defensive lineman D.J. Jones (hand) left the game and also did not return.
  • Detroit Lions cornerback Jeff Okudah entered concussion protocol and was ruled out against the Giants. Center Evan Brown (ankle) was also ruled out.
  • Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle), wide receiver Kadarius Toney (hamstring) and safety Juan Thornhill (calf) were ruled out Sunday night in the second half.
  • Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (ankle) and linebacker Kenneth Murray (neck) were sidelined Sunday night.
  • Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman A'Shawn Robinson (knee) and offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe (ankle) left the game and did not return against New Orleans. Quarterback Matthew Stafford was evaluated for a concussion during the third quarter and also did not return.
  • Minnesota Vikings tackle Christian Darrisaw was ruled out versus the Cowboys with a concussion. Coach Kevin O'Connell confirmed in his postgame news conference that Darrisaw will not play Thursday against New England.
  • New England Patriots offensive linemen David Andrews (thigh) was downgraded to out against the Jets. Andrews is feared to have suffered a serious injury that could end his season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source. Rapoport added that Andrews will undergo more testing to determine the extent of the injury. Offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn (foot) was also ruled out after leaving the game.
  • New York Giants cornerback Adoree' Jackson suffered a knee injury and was ruled out against Detroit in the second quarter. Wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson (knee), offensive lineman Tyre Phillips (neck) and defensive back Fabian Moreau (ribs) were also ruled out. Offensive lineman Jon Feliciano sustained a neck injury and did not return against the Lions.
  • New York Jets cornerback Michael Carter II (chest) did not return against New England.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jaylen Warren (hamstring) and wide receiver Miles Boykin (oblique) have been ruled out against Cincinnati. Center Mason Cole (foot) left the game and did not return.

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