NFC North injury report: Jay Cutler, Charles Woodson among many wounded in Week 7

Jonathan Daniel

Both quarterbacks spent a lot of time on the ground in the Bears-Lions Monday night showdown.

Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler left the game on Monday night for a series after this hit from Ndamukong Suh. Jason Campbell filled in while Cutler was checked out in the locker room. Cutler soon returned despite suffering bruised ribs, and led his team to a 13-7 victory. Cutler was sacked five times during the game.

Although he never left the game, Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was clearly in pain on Monday night. Stafford should be fine going forward, but Detroit did suffer a loss during the game. Wide receiver Nate Burleson broke his right leg, and will be out for the remainder of the season.

Minnesota Vikings tight end John Carlson is being evaluated for post-concussion symptoms after taking a hard hit against the Arizona Cardinals. The veteran tight end has just three catches for eight yards so far this season. He is not expected to play this week, as the Vikings have an early game on Thursday.

Packers safety Charles Woodson left Green Bay's contest with the St. Louis Rams after suffering a broken collarbone. The veteran defensive back will be out for six weeks.

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