OT George Fant, Safety Marcus Maye and QB Sam Darnold talk the state of the New York Jets' locker room after their Week 2 loss to the 49ers.
Washington's best offensive lineman writhing on the ground in pain wasn't a sight the coaching staff or players needed to see at any point this season, let alone this early. Standout guard Brandon Scherff missed the second half of the 30-15 loss at Arizona on Sunday with a right knee injury and will be out at least a couple of weeks, according to coach Ron Rivera. It's not good news, but it's not as bad as some of the other major knee injuries around the NFL because Scherff isn't expected to be out long term.
Quarterback Drew Lock could be out until midseason with a severely bruised throwing shoulder and whenever he does return he'll be without his top target for the rest of the season. Coach Vic Fangio confirmed Monday that Pro Bowl wide receiver Courtland Sutton tore his left ACL in his season debut Sunday at Pittsburgh and is done for the season. Sutton, who had three receptions for 66 yards after missing the opener with a sprained right A.C. joint, got injured while making the tackle on an interception by Steelers cornerback Joe Haden in Denver's 26-21 loss to the Steelers.