T.J. Yeldon‘s disappointing sophomore campaign took another hit.

The Jaguars running back suffered an ankle injury against the Lions, and did not return.

Yeldon has rushed for at least 40 yards just once in his first nine games after a rookie season that saw him eclipse that mark nine times, including two 100-yard performances.

Chris Ivory was the workhorse for the time being, but his ball security troubles continued on Sunday. Ivory lost his league-worst fourth fumble in the second quarter, and all four have come in the past five games. It seems that a once-promising dynamic duo at tailback has blown up in Jacksonville’s face this season.

Here are the other injuries we are tracking today:


1. Bengals wideout A.J. Green was carted off the field in the first quarter against the Bills and did not return with a right hamstring injury. Coach Marvin Lewis said he has no timetable for a return for Green, though NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported the injury appears to be a significant one.

Bengals running back Giovani Bernard, meanwhile, tore his ACL in the Bengals’ loss to the Bills, a source told Rapoport.

Cincinnati safety Shawn Williams also did not return with a hurt hamstring.

2. The Bills saw two important pieces on offense go down in the first half against the Bengals. Star running back LeSean McCoy  did not return with a thumb injury, and wideout Robert Woods did not finish the game with a knee injury. The team announced McCoy will require surgery this week but is expected to play next week.

3. Bears rookie pass rusher Leonard Floyd was carted off from the field after suffering a neck injury. Floyd’s head crashed into teammate Akiem Hicks when he was going for a tackle.

After the game, coach John Fox said Floyd was transported to a local hospital to undergo testing but said his movement looked good. Later, the team announced Floyd has been released from the local hospital and will return with the team to Chicago on Sunday night.

Bears tight end Zach Miller suffered a broken bone in his foot Sunday, Fox confirmed.

4. Cowboys defensive back Morris Claiborne told NFL Network’s Jane Slater that he suffered an injury to his pelvis and is hoping to avoid surgery. He will have another MRI in three weeks.

5. Cornerback Brent Grimes did not return for the Buccaneers after suffering a quad injury.

6. Jaguars cornerback Aaron Colvin (concussion) missed the remainder of the game against the Lions, while defensive end Jared Odrick (foot) also did not return.

7. Giants wideout Roger Lewis Jr. is being evaluated for a concussion. Offensive lineman Marshall Newhouse (knee) did not return.

8. Chiefs linebacker Dee Ford (hamstring) did not return to the game against the Bucs.

9. Eagles running backs Ryan Mathews (knee) and Darren Sproles (ribs) both went down with injuries in Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks.

Eagles defensive back Leodis McKelvin was evaluated for a head injury.

10. Cody Kessler headed to the locker room and did not return after being evaluated for a concussion. Josh McCown took over the quarterback duties for the Browns. Head coach Hue Jackson told reporters after the game Kessler suffered a concussion.

11. Bears offensive lineman Josh Sitton (ankle) was ruled out for the remainder of the game vs. the Giants.

12. Bengals cornerback Dre Kickpatrick (knee) did not return against the Bills.

13. Titans offensive lineman Taylor Lewan (knee) did not return against the Colts.

14. Dolphins offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil did not return after injuring his shoulder.

15. Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise did not return with a shoulder injury. Pete Carroll told reporters after the game that Prosise suffered a scapula injury and is “going to be out for a while.” Safety Earl Thomas went down with a hamstring injury.

16. Patriots star special teamer Matthew Slater (foot) left the game.

17. Packers cornerback Demetri Goodson did not return after being carted off with a knee injury.

18. Rapoport reported 49ers safety Eric Reid tore his biceps, based on initial tests. The DB will undergo an MRI on Monday to confirm.

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