9:45 p.m.: Arizona Cardinals right guard Evan Mathis was carted off the field in the first half with a left foot injury.
8:14 p.m.: Brian Cushing’s bad luck with injuries continues.
7:10 p.m.: Here are the inactives for the Arizona Cardinals.
7:05 p.m.: New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski won’t play Sunday night.
6:40 p.m.: A potential setback for the Dolphins, who only trail the Seahawks 6-3 at the moment.
6:36 p.m.: A tough loss for a poor Saints defense.
6:28 p.m.: Good news for Seattle.
6:03 p.m.: This could be horrible for the Seattle Seahawks.
6:01 p.m.: More bad news for a struggling Colts defense.
5:50 p.m.: Orlando Scandrick missed all of last season with an injury.
3:11 p.m.: The late game active/inactives are out and include active distinctions for Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck.
3:01 p.m.: ESPN’s Adam Caplan reported that Detroit tight end Eric Ebron will be active for the Lions’ 4:25 p.m. ET matchup against the Indianapolis Colts.
2:29 p.m.: Keenan Allen missed the last eight games of the 2015 season with a lacerated kidney, and he might already be done for the year with an apparent knee injury. The San Diego Chargers wide receiver went down with a non-contact injury during the second quarter of his team’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, and it doesn’t look great.
1:55 p.m.: Chris Ivory was a surprise inactive Sunday, and it reportedly had nothing to do with the calf injury he’s been dealing with, per ESPN’s Jeff Darlington.
12 p.m.: It’s the day football fans have been waiting for: the first Sunday of the NFL season.
But a full slate of games means plenty of chances for players to be injured throughout the course of the day, so NESN.com will be tracking injuries for every game for your real-life and fantasy football needs.
Games don’t kick off until 1 p.m. ET, so we’ll get you started with the early game inactives, which include Jacksonville Jaguars running back Chris Ivory, Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles, Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert and many more.
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