NFL Week 4 injury roundup: Cam Newton, Kevin White exit

Week 4 injury roundup: Cam Newton enters concussion protocol

The banged up Redskins defense was dealt another blow Sunday when Ryan Kerrigan left the game with an elbow injury.

Washington lost two key members of the secondary last week—Bashaud Breeland and DeAngelo Hall. Linebacker Su’a Cravens also left this week’s game to be evaluated for a concussion.

Even more notably, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton headed to the locker room after a big hit. His status is unknown.

Elsewhere, Bears receiver Kevin White, who missed his entire rookie season last year with a leg injury, injured his ankle.

A full list of the injuries we’re tracking is below.

Newton took a heavy hit on a two-point conversion and was taken to the locker room for a concussion test.

Kerrigan injured his left elbow and was downgraded from questionable to doubtful.

The rookie’s absence left Washington thin at linebacker.

The safety’s injury means Josh Norman is the only starter in the secondary who is not hurt.

White had six catches for 55 yards before he was injured.

Detroit’s starting tight end was sidelined temporarily but was able to play through the pain.

Jets cornerback Buster Skrine also left the game with an injury but was able to return

Funchess had two catches for 56 yards, including a 48-yard reception, before he was injured.

The four-time Pro Bowler was injured in the second quarter. Rookie DaVonte Lambert is listed as his backup.

Siemian was taken to the locker room on a cart and replaced by rookie Paxton Lynch.

The veteran linebacker was carted off following a non-contact injury and is believed to have a torn Achilles.

Palmer was lifted after a hard hit late and was evaluated for a concussion. He was later placed in the concussion protocol.

Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin says Lockett is playing with torn PCL. The team has not confirmed the injury.

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