2018 NFL Injury List

This is a thread to track injuries. Here a few guideline I plan to use. First, I want to track major injuries, which I loosely define as anything that will keep a player off the filed for more than a month, with emphasis on season ending injuries. Second, I will focus on good players and starters. Finally,I want to track when these injuries occur, at least making a distinction between injuries that happen before the regular season versus during. We’ve already got at least one season-ending injury that I know of. (By the way, please add or make any corrections.)


Season-ending Injuries

Hunter Henry, TE Chargers (ACL tear)
Paul Worrilow, LB Eagles (ACL tear)
Jason Verrett, CB Chargers (torn Achilles) 7/28
Jake Ryan, LB Packers (ACL) 8/1
Jonathan Cyprien, S Titans (ACL) 8/2
AQ Shipley, C Cardinals (ACL) 8/6
Derrice Guice, RB Redskins (ACL) 8/10
Isaiah Wynn, OT Patriots (torn Achilles) 8/17

Morgan Fox, DE Rams (ACL tear)
Manasseh Garner, TE Redskins (ACL)
Deon Cain, WR Colts (ACL) 8/10
Dillon Gordon, OT Chiefs (shoulder) 8/10
Jeremy Cash LT Cardinals (MCL/ACL) 8/13

Jack Mehwort, G Colts (retired)

Serious Injuries
Nick Easton, G Vikings (possibly out for the season, neck injury) 8/9
Daryl Williams, OT Panthers (torn MCL)
Amina Silatolu, LG Panthers (torn meniscus)

5 thoughts on “2018 NFL Injury List

    1. OK, thanks. Do you know if he was going to start? The ESPN site said he would be competing for a spot. (I’ll take him off if he’s not really a significant player.)

      1. Philadelphia is pretty short on LBs it seems, especially because they released Kendricks, so I was guessing yes. You don’t know Worrilow (I didn’t.)? I think he was a starter in Atlanta and a starter in Detroit.

        1. I’m familiar with him. I believe he was a surprisingly good with Atlanta. I don’t remember how he did with the Lions. The article I read said that the Eagles brought him to compete and gave a list of about five other LBS he would ostensibly be competing against. I was unfamiliar with their names.

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