Posted by Andy Benoit
There are rumors swirling that Colts safety Bob Sanders suffered another torn biceps injury Sunday. If that’s the case, then Sanders is out for the season (again). Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes, “What we know for now is that no one is saying anything yet. The team is quiet and the player is quiet. Indeed, the player is so quiet that some folks with whom he ordinarily would be communicating have yet to hear from him.”
Sanders left the game against Houston with what was described as an “elbow” injury.
In what seems like a terrible omen for Colts fans, Eagles center Jamaal Jackson left Sunday’s game with an elbow injury, and his injury did turn out to be a season-ending triceps tear. This is a heartbreaking turn of events for Jackson, who spent this entire past offseason recovering from a December torn ACL. Jackson is now out for the year.
Jackson’s not the only Eagle who went down for the year Sunday. Pro Bowl fullback Leonard Weaver tore his ACL when his knee got bent the wrong way in a pile (it was a gruesome looking injury).
UPDATE 12:04 ET: Sources tell Fox Sports that Weaver suffered three ligament tears plus nerve damage.
UPDATE 1:30 ET: Bob Sanders will have an MRI Monday.