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Jacoby Brissett – MCL

Matt Stafford – fracture in back

Nick Foles – collarbone

Case Keenum – concussion

Devonta Freeman – foot sprain (Lisfranc?)

David Johnson – back? Age?

Saquon Barkley – shoulder?

Chase Edmonds  – hamstring

David Montgomery – ankle

Jordan Howard – shoulder

Le’Veon Bell – knee (MRI, likely negative)

James Conner – AC joint sprain (shoulder)

Benny Snell – meniscal tear (knee)

Trey Edmunds – ribs 

Ty Johnson – concussion

James White – toe

Phillip Lindsay – wrist

Royce Freeman – shoulder

Matt Breida – ankle, new

Chris Thompson – turf toe

Derrius Guice – knee

Giovani Bernard – knee sprain

Jordan Wilkins – ankle

Michael Thomas – unknown

Tyler Lockett – calf contusion/strain (compartment syn)

Amari Cooper  – knee

Emmanuel Sanders – rib injury/cartilage

Alshon Jeffery – ankle

Adam Thielen – hamstring

T.Y. Hilton – calf

Brandin Cooks – concussion

Juju Smith-Schuster – toe (turf)

John Ross – shoulder

Robby Anderson – back, shoulder

Marquise Brown  – ankle

Dede Westbrook – shoulder, neck

Corey Davis – hip

Sterling Shepard – concussion 

Will Fuller – hamstring

A.J. Green – foot, surgery

Parris Campbell – fractured hand, surgery

Evan Engram – foot (LisFranc?)

Austin Hooper – knee (MCL sprain)

George Kittle – knee (hyperextension), ankle

Chris Herndon – ribs

Gerald Everett – wrist

Trey Burton – calf

Jack Doyle – shoulder

David Njoju – wrist

Rhett Ellison – concussion

Matt Lacosse  – knee

Ryan Izzo – concussion

Delanie Walker – ankle

Ed Dickson – knee

Luke Willson – hamstring

Amar A. Patel, MD is an orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in hand, elbow, and shoulder surgery. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University and obtained his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University. He completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he learned advances techniques in traumatic and sports- related injuries. He completed advanced training in hand and upper extremity surgery at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center. Dr. Patel currently practices at the Orthopaedic Associates of Riverside in Chicago, Illinois. He is an avid sports fan and has been a fantasy sports participant for over 15 years.

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