Summary of NFL's Week 4 injuries
LB Jasper Brinkley (ARI): Forced from game with left groin injury and was promptly ruled out. Should be considered week-to-week for now.
DE Darnell Dockett (ARI): Also forced from game with a left groin injury in the second half and did not return. Week 5 status doesn't look too good, but we have yet to get an update on his status.
WR Marlon Brown (BAL): Strained his hamstring on Sunday. Looks to have a good shot at playing in Week 5, however. He needs to stay on the field to keep a hold of the No. 2 receiver job when Jacoby Jones returns from his knee injury.
WR Deonte Thompson (BAL): Suffered a concussion on Sunday, but is reportedly not suffering major symptoms. It looks like he has a pretty good shot at being ready for Week 5.
CB Lardarius Webb (BAL): The Ravens' No. 1 cornerback left Sunday's game with a thigh strain and never returned. He looks questionable for Week 5, but the Ravens have yet to provide an update on his status.
RB Fred Jackson (BUF): Mild MCL sprain forced him from Sunday's game, but he returned to finish it out. He practiced on Monday and Tuesday and should be fine for Thursday night's contest.
RB C.J. Spiller (BUF): Had his legs bent beneath him and injured his ankle. Left the game, got taped up, returned to action, but then had to ask out after struggling to deal with the injury. Said after the game that it would be "tough" for him to play on Thursday night. He has yet to practice this week, and looks to be a game-time decision at best for Week 5.
SS Aaron Williams (BUF): Forced from Sunday's game with a back injury. His presence was dearly missed, as the Ravens began ripping off chunks of yardage through the air after Williams' injury. He was limited in practice on Monday and looks likely to play on Thursday night.
DT Stephen Paea (CHI): Suffered a turf toe injury on Sunday, but it is considered to be minor. He shouldn't miss any time.
LB Vontaze Burfict (CIN): Suffered a neck injury in Sunday's game. The extent of the ailment is not yet known, but the Bengals will be hoping for the best, as Burfict has been a very productive piece of their strong defense this season.
LB Bruce Carter (DAL): Was pulled in the second half in part due to a foot injury, but also in part due to poor play. Carter struggled mightily in coverage, particularly against Danny Woodhead, who beat him for two touchdowns. The foot injury does not seem to be as big of an issue as Carter's poor performance.
LB Justin Durant (DAL): Left Sunday's game with a groin injury and did not return, but said afterwards that it's "just a minor thing." It sounds like he'll be good for Week 5.
CB Orlando Scandrick (DAL): Took a knee to the head from Antonio Gates, forcing him from the game, but it doesn't look like he'll miss time.
DE George Selvie (DAL): Suffered a head injury on Sunday, but head coach Jason Garrett says it is not a concussion. If that is the case, he should be fine for Week 5.