Lance Dunbar was carted off with a left knee injury in Sunday night's Week 4 game against the Saints.
Dunbar was injured on the opening kickoff of the second half. This had the looks of a serious injury, as Dunbar's knee gave out from him on the play. The Cowboys immediately ruled Dunbar out. Dunbar had three carries for 54 yards before exiting.
Lions WLB DeAndre Levy (hip) has been ruled out for Week 4 against the Seahawks.
Levy did not travel with the team to Seattle. He was able to practice on a limited basis all week, so there is a decent chance he returns next week against Arizona. Josh Bynes will continue to start in Levy's place.
49ers WR Quinton Patton suffered a concussion Week 4 against the Packers.
Patton caught two passes for 53 yards against Green Bay. Patton will have to pass through the league's concussion protocol before returning.
Pro Football Talk reports Bears OLB Willie Young requested a trade following the departure of Jared Allen last week.
Young was active and played snaps Week 4 against the Raiders after being a healthy scratch Week 3. Like Allen, Young has been miscast as a 3-4 outside linebacker, but he would be a great addition for a 4-3 team in need of pass rush help. Young is scheduled to make base salaries of $2.45 million this year and next.
Packers WR Davante Adams said he plans to be "smart" with his injured ankle.
"I’m just trying to pretty much take it day-by-day," Adams said. "The last thing I want to do is – I came back last time and re-aggravated it so I’m just trying to be smart." Adams did not practice at all leading up to Week 4, and his comments make it sound like he could miss more time. Ty Montgomery caught 3-of-6 targets for 15 yards playing in place of Adams.
Cowboys WLB Sean Lee was forced from Sunday night's Week 4 game with a concussion.
Lee took a helmet-to-helmet hit in the second quarter. He's done for the night. Damien Wilson replaced Lee on the weak side.
Saints RG Jahri Evans reportedly required a knee scope recently.
Evans missed Week 3 and was inactive Sunday night against Dallas. Evans' play has fallen off a cliff recently, so the Saints are likely hoping the procedure will help get him right. Evans should be considered week to week.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said after Sunday's Week 4 loss that David Johnson "played like a rookie today."
Johnson totaled 81 yards and scored a 23-yard receiving touchdown, but Arians wasn't happy with the third-round pick's performance. "He dropped a touchdown pass pass, he fumbled a ball, and he played like a rookie today," Arians said. Johnson operated as the Cardinals' passing-down back behind Chris Johnson. It's possible that role will go back to Andre Ellington next week.