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Season-ending NFL injuries

Dallas Cowboys, LB Spencer will undergo season-ending


Dallas Cowboys, LB
Spencer will undergo season-ending knee surgery after playing in just one game this season, his agent, Jordan Woy, announced Sept. 24. | Photo Credit: AP

A look at NFL players who have already been ruled out for the rest of the season due to injury.

Dallas Cowboys, LB Spencer will undergo season-ending
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Dallas Cowboys, LB
Spencer will undergo season-ending knee surgery after playing in just one game this season, his agent, Jordan Woy, announced Sept. 24. |

Lorenzo Alexander Arizona Cardinals, LB Alexander will be
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Lorenzo Alexander
Arizona Cardinals, LB
Alexander will be placed on season-ending injured reserve with a Lisfranc injury in his right foot, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians announced Sept. 23. |

SAM ACHO Arizona Cardinals, LB Cardinals coach Bruce
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SAM ACHO
Arizona Cardinals, LB
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Sept. 23 that Acho will be placed on season-ending injured reserve with a broken left fibula. |

RYAN CLADY Denver Broncos, LT The Broncos placed
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RYAN CLADY
Denver Broncos, LT
The Broncos placed Clady on season-ending injured reserve Sept. 18 after he suffered a Lisfranc injury to his left foot Sept. 15 against the Giants. The injury will require surgery. |

DWAYNE ALLEN Indianapolis Colts, TE Allen suffered a
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DWAYNE ALLEN
Indianapolis Colts, TE
Allen suffered a hip injury during the Colts' season-opener against the Raiders on Sept. 8. Head coach Chuck Pagano announced Sept. 18 that Allen will require season-ending surgery. |

STEVIE BROWN Giants safety Stevie Brown tore his
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STEVIE BROWN
Giants safety
Stevie Brown tore his ACL and will be out for the remainder of the season after intercepting a pass by Geno Smith in a preseason game Aug. 24. |

DUSTIN KELLER Miami Dolphins, TE Keller's career as
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DUSTIN KELLER
Miami Dolphins, TE
Keller's career as a Dolphin appears to be over before it began after suffering serious season-ending knee injury in a preseason game against the Houston Texans on Saturday. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Keller tore his ACL, MCL and PCL along with dislocating his right knee after being tackled by Texans rookie defensive back D.J. Swearinger in the second quarter. |

PLAXICO BURRESSPittsburgh Steelers, WRBurress will have shoulder surgery
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PLAXICO BURRESS
Pittsburgh Steelers, WR
Burress will have shoulder surgery after tearing his right shoulder in two places on Thursday. |

KELVIN HAYDENChicago Bears, CBThe Bears announced Aug. 7
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KELVIN HAYDEN
Chicago Bears, CB
The Bears announced Aug. 7 that Hayden tore his left hamstring and will miss the entire season. Hayden suffered the injury on Aug. 3, head coach Marc Trestman said. |

KENYON COLEMANNew Orleans Saints, DEThe Saints announced on
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KENYON COLEMAN
New Orleans Saints, DE
The Saints announced on Aug. 7 that Coleman tore a pectoral muscle and will likely miss the season. |

JOE MORGANNew Orleans Saints, WR The Saints announced
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JOE MORGAN
New Orleans Saints, WR
The Saints announced on Aug. 7 that Morgan had torn his left ACL. The wideout suffered the injury during a scrimmage on Aug. 3. |

DANARIO ALEXANDERSan Diego Chargers, WR The San Diego
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DANARIO ALEXANDER
San Diego Chargers, WR
The San Diego Chargers wideout tore his right ACL during practice on Aug. 6. |

ARRELIOUS BENNPhiladelphia Eagles, WR Benn, who was expected
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ARRELIOUS BENN
Philadelphia Eagles, WR
Benn, who was expected to compete for the Eagles' No. 2 wideout spot after Jeremy Maclin tore an ACL earlier in camp, tore his left ACL on Aug. 6. |

BRYAN BULAGA Green Bay Packers, T Bulaga suffered
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BRYAN BULAGA
Green Bay Packers, T
Bulaga suffered an ACL tear on August 5 during team practice. He is expected to miss the entire season. |

CHRIS CULLIVER San Francisco 49ers, CB Culliver tore
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CHRIS CULLIVER
San Francisco 49ers, CB
Culliver tore his left ACL during practice on August 1. |

TURK MCBRIDE Chicago Bears, DE McBride was carted
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TURK MCBRIDE
Chicago Bears, DE
McBride was carted off the field after suffering a ruptured Achilles' tendon during practice, the Bears announced July 29. He will miss the entire season. |

JASON PHILLIPS Philadelphia Eagles, LB Phillips tore his
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JASON PHILLIPS
Philadelphia Eagles, LB
Phillips tore his right ACL during training camp July 29 and will miss the rest of the season. He's the second Eagle -- Jeremy Maclin was the first -- to suffer a season-ending injury in training camp. |

ARMON BINNS Miami Dolphins, WR Binns suffered a
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ARMON BINNS
Miami Dolphins, WR
Binns suffered a torn left ACL and MCL during training camp July 28 and will miss the rest of the season. |

DAN KOPPEN Denver Broncos, C Koppen suffered a
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DAN KOPPEN
Denver Broncos, C
Koppen suffered a torn left ACL during training camp July 28 and will miss the rest of the season. |

JEREMY MACLIN Philadelphia Eagles, WR Maclin suffered a
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JEREMY MACLIN
Philadelphia Eagles, WR
Maclin suffered a torn ACL during Eagles' training camp July 27 and will miss the entire 2013 season. |

JONAS MOUTON San Diego Chargers, LB After tearing
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JONAS MOUTON
San Diego Chargers, LB
After tearing his ACL in the Chargers' first day of training camp July 25, Mouton will be out for the 2013 season. |

DENNIS PITTA Baltimore Ravens, TE During Ravens' training
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DENNIS PITTA
Baltimore Ravens, TE
During Ravens' training camp July 27, Pitta suffered a fractured and dislocated hip. He underwent surgery to repair the hip that night, according to the Baltimore Sun, but he is out for the season |

AARON BERRY Jets, CB Berry suffered a torn
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AARON BERRY
Jets, CB
Berry suffered a torn ACL in the Jets' first day of training camp July 26. |

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