Kendricks, Peters, Wolff Exit With Injuries

Mychal Kendricks (knee), Jason Peters (quad) and Earl Wolff (knee) all suffered injuries against the Packers and will not return.

Kendricks stayed on the ground following a run by Eddie Lacy on the Packers’ first possession of the game. He walked off under his own power but, after being examined by the medical staff on the trainers table, limped into the tunnel for x-rays. Najee Goode replaced him in the lineup.

Peters also went inside after being hit low by a Packers’ defender on a LeSean McCoy run in the first quarter. He returned briefly after being evaluated for a head injury, but lasted one play, leaving for good with a quad. Allen Barbre took his place at left tackle.




Wolff sustained a knee injury in the second quarter and was replaced in the lineup by Patrick Chung.

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  • Mr. Magee

    Not like these guys are key players or anything…..

  • d.j

    Part of the equation.. survival of the least injured.