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Injuries discussed, started with QBs and added some other players from the same team and opposing teams. The following players were covered: 

QB Cam Newton – mid-foot (Lisfranc) sprain 

QB Mitchell Trubisky – shoulder dislocation, non-throwing

QB Josh Allen – concussion

QB Sam Darnold – mono

QB Tom Brady – Calf

QB Matt Stafford –  back

WR Davante Adams – turf toe, mild

WR Tyreek Hill – posterior SC dislocation (chest)

WR Amari Cooper – right ankle, MRI? (L foot issues)

WR T.Y. Hilton – quad injury

WR Jarvis Landry – concussion

WR Christian Kirk – mild high-ankle sprain, MCL?

WR Michael Gallup – knee, meniscal tear

WR A.J. Green – foot, surgery

WR Juju Smith-Schuster – toe injury, turf toe?

WR Tre’Quan Smith – high-ankle sprain

WR Chris Godwin  – hip

WR Terry McLaurin – hamstring

WR Mike Williams – knee, back

WR Julian Edelman – rib injury, contusion?

WR Josh Gordon – knee

WR DeSean Jackson – sports hernia 

WR Kenny Stills – hamstring

WR John Ross – shoulder, AC sprain Grade 2? 

WR Tyrell Williams – foot

WR Dontrelle Inman – quad

WR Parris Campbell – abdominal, hernia?

WR Emmanuel Sanders – quad

WR Damiere Byrd – hamstring

WR Demaryius Thomas – hamstring

WR Travis Benjamin – hip

WR Allen Hurns – concussion

WR Albert Wilson – calf

WR Taylor Gabriel – concussion

WR Jalen Hurd – back 

RB Saquon Barkley – high-ankle sprain, MRI –

RB James Conner – ankle 

RB Damien Williams – knee, contusion?

RB LeSean McCoy – ankle, MRI

RB Josh Jacobs – groin/hip, illness

RB Marlon Mack  – ankle

RB Devin Singletary – hamstring

RB Rashaad Penny – hamstring

RB Tevin Coleman – high-ankle sprain

RB Jamaal Williams – concussion, neck sprain

RB Justin Jackson – calf

RB Rex Burkhead – foot

RB Royce Freeman – shoulder

RB Corey Clement – R shoulder subluxation

TE David Njoku – concussion, wrist (no surgery)

TE Hunter Henry – tibial plateau fracture (knee)?

TE T.J. Hockenson – concussion, shoulder

TE Jordan Reed – concussion (his 7th?)

TE Mark Andrews – foot

TE Vance McDonald  – shoulder, AC sprain

TE Delanie Walker – knee

TE Greg Olsen – back

TE Virgil Green – quad

K Stephen Gostowski – hip

K Michael Badgley – groin

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Amar A. Patel, MD is an orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in hand, wrist, and elbow. 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 South County Orthopaedic Specialists in Orange County, California. He is an avid sports fan and has been a fantasy sports participant for over 15 years.

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