- Carolina Panthers center Matt Paradis was carted into the locker room in the first quarter with a knee injury and did not return against New England. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported after the game that Paradis suffered a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the season. Left tackle Cameron Erving (calf) was also ruled out. Defensive lineman Brian Burns exited with an ankle injury.
- Baltimore Ravens safety DeShon Elliott suffered a torn biceps and pectoral muscle in Sunday's win over the Vikings, head coach John Harbaugh told reporters.
- New Orleans Saints defensive back Chauncey Gardner-Johnson was carted to the locker room with a foot injury in the second quarter of their loss to Atlanta and did not return.
- Cleveland Browns cornerback Greedy Williams (shoulder) did not return in their win over Cincinnati. Quarterback Baker Mayfield suffered a cut to his knee, but he said after the game it was "merely a flesh wound."
- Cincinnati Bengals safety Brandon Wilson was carted to the locker room with a left knee injury in the second quarter and did not return in their loss to Cleveland. Linebacker Akeem Davis-Gaither was ruled out with a left foot injury.
- Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence suffered a low-ankle sprain in the first half but returned to the game. The rookie got an X-ray to confirm the injury. Left tackle Cam Robinson (back) was ruled out early in their win over Buffalo. Robinson suffered the injury before the game. Rookie Walker Little is getting his first career start in Robinson's place. Cornerback Chris Claybrooks (concussion) was also ruled out.
- Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott exited briefly with a right knee contusion in their loss to Denver.
- Buffalo Bills safety Jaquan Johnson suffered a hamstring injury in their loss to Jacksonville. Defensive back Taron Johnson and running back Zack Moss were ruled out with concussions.
- Miami Dolphins center Greg Mancz (ankle) was ruled out of their win over Houston. Tight end Durham Smythe exited with an eye injury.
- New England Patriots receiver Gunner Olszewski (head) was ruled out against Carolina. Running backs Damien Harris (head) and Rhamondre Stevenson (head) and tight end Jonnu Smith (shoulder) left the Pats' win early.
- Denver Broncos cornerback Patrick Surtain II (knee), right tackle Bobby Massie (ankle) and tight end Albert Okwuegbunam (knee) exited early in their win over Dallas.
- Minnesota Vikings cornerback Bashaud Breeland suffered a groin injury against Baltimore.
- Atlanta Falcons cornerback Kendall Sheffield (hamstring) was ruled out of their win over New Orleans.
- New York Giants tight end Kaden Smith was ruled out and evaluated for a concussion. Running back Devontae Booker suffered a hip injury.
- Las Vegas Raiders linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski (ankle) and cornerback Keisean Nixon (ankle) were ruled out in their loss to New York.
- Green Bay Packers cornerback Eric Stokes (knee) and defensive lineman Kenny Clark (back) were ruled out against Kansas City. Guard Jon Runyan (illness) did not return.
- San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey (knee) was ruled out against Arizona. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo told reporters that he's OK after his lower leg got hurt on a roughing the passer penalty in the third quarter.
- Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds suffered an ankle injury early against the 49ers and did not return.
- Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay (hamstring) exited early against the Los Angeles Chargers and did not return.
New Steelers GM Omar Khan assures 'smooth transition' from Kevin Colbert era
New Steelers GM Omar Khan assured a 'smooth transition' from the era of Kevin Colbert, who learned under his wing for the past 20 seasons in Pittsburgh
Budda Baker aiming to ensure Cardinals don't get 'comfortable' again in 2022
After two years of late-season disappointment, Cardinals All-Pro safety Budda Baker is taking it upon himself to make sure Arizona doesn't get complacent in 2022.
Dan Campbell: Aidan Hutchinson's 'DNA says he's going to do everything that he can to be successful'
So far, in the eyes of Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell, the No. 2 overall pick Aidan Hutchinson has been as advertised.
Patrick Mahomes on Chiefs' offense: 'It's going to be everybody'
No Tyreek Hill, no problem. With the Pro Bowl receiver now with the Dolphins, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said "everybody" will be involved on the pass-catching side of things in 2022.
'Forgotten Four' of Marion Motley, Woody Strode, Kenny Washington, Bill Willis selected for Ralph Hay Pioneer Award
Known as the "Forgotten Four," Marion Motley, Woody Strode, Kenny Washington and Bill Willis reintegrated pro football in 1946, and have now been selected to share the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Ralph Hay Pioneer Award during enshrinement week.
Raiders coach Josh McDaniels declines to discuss Colin Kaepernick workout
Las Vegas Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels declined on Thursday to comment to reporters on Colin Kaepernick's workout, stating that he does not discuss players who are not currently on roster.
Dennis Allen says Michael Thomas (ankle) 'not ready yet,' expects Saints WR to be ready for training camp
Saints star receiver Michael Thomas, who missed the entirety of the 2021 season with ankle injuries, is still unable to participate in practice. Will he be ready by late July?
Falcons LB Deion Jones to miss the rest of offseason workouts as he rehabs from shoulder surgery
Falcons linebacker Deion Jones has not been participating in OTAs, and head coach Arthur Smith said Thursday Jones is rehabbing after having "clean-up" surgery that will keep him out of commission until training camp.
Falcons move defensive back Avery Williams to running back
Avery Williams, who returned kicks and punts and played 121 defensive snaps during his 2021 rookie season, will play running back for the Falcons in 2022.
NFL roundup: Latest league news from Thursday, May 26
With starter Lamar Jackson absent from OTAs, the Baltimore Ravens signed a backup quarterback on Thursday in veteran Brett Hundley.
Randall Cobb dismisses doubts about Packers WRs, says rookie Christian Watson has 'total package'
Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb made it known this week that he doesn't really care about doubters heading into the season and shared that rookie WR Christian Watson "has the total package."