Here's a rundown of the notable injuries we've been tracking during Sunday's Week 12 games:
- Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, playing in his first game since returning from a broken foot, was ruled out with a foot injury during the third quarter against the New York Jets. Coach Ron Rivera told reporters after the game they decided to sit Olsen because his foot was sore. Rivera added that the team should know more Monday morning.
- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was spotted throwing footballs in warmups prior to the Packers' tilt with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football. It was the first time he's been seen throwing a football since breaking his collarbone in Week 6 against the Minnesota Vikings. Rodgers is able to return from injured reserve in Week 15.
- Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey started Sunday despite injuring his hand in practice Friday. Linebacker Telvin Smith was ruled out in the second half with a concussion.
- Miami Dolphins running back Senorise Perry did not return against the New England Patriots after undergoing evaluation for a concussion. Running back Damien Williams suffered a dislocated on Sunday, a source tells Rapoport. Williams will have an MRI Monday to determine how long the back will be sidelined.
- Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams'* *knee injury from Thursday is being described as a bone bruise, Rapoport reported. Williams is considered week-to-week but he does not have ACL damage and therefore the injury is not season-ending.