Robert Griffin III, quarterback, Redskins: Griffin suffered a sprained right knee and had to leave the game, but the injury isn't believed to be serious.
Jay Cutler, quarterback, Bears: Cutler hurt his neck after taking a hit to the head in the fourth quarter by Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen that drew a penalty. He stayed in for the rest of that drive but was replaced by Jason Campbell. Cutler said his neck was bothering him all afternoon and worsened as the game went on, complaining of stiffness.
Robbie Gould, kicker, Bears: Gould strained his left calf in warm-ups, limiting his ability to take long kicks. He was kicking midrange field goals without trouble shortly before the game started, but punter Adam Podlesh handled the kickoffs.
Henry Melton, defensive tackle, Bears: Melton limped off in the first quarter and was taken to the locker room on a cart. He returned in the second quarter but hurt his shoulder.
Fred Jackson, running back, Bills: Jackson's right leg was sandwiched by two Rams defenders as they made a tackle on a 2-yard run. With a towel over his head, Jackson was carted off from the sideline, with fans chanting "Freddie! Freddie!" Coach Chan Gailey would only say the injury did not look good.
Marshal Yanda, guard, Ravens: Yanda suffered a sprained right ankle and wore a black walking boot on his foot in the locker room after the game.
AJ Jefferson, cornerback, Vikings: Jefferson suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter and will be re-evaluated Monday.