There were no devastating injuries to report from the AFC South this past weekend, but the Indianapolis Colts saw two key players leave their 19-13 win over the Tennessee Titans.
Cornerback Vontae Davis left the game with a knee sprain and did not return. Davis is questionable for Week 9's matchup against the Miami Dolphins. Rookie tight end Coby Fleener left with a shoulder injury and did not return. Fleener is also questionable for Week 9.
Meanwhile, Tennessee did not suffer any injuries. The Titans are waiting for several key players to return to action, including quarterback Jake Locker, who has been out since Week 4 with a shoulder injury. Locker is questionable for Week 9 against the Chicago Bears.
Elsewhere, the Jacksonville Jaguars escaped their matchup against the Green Bay Packers unscathed. Blaine Gabbert's shoulder injury held up in the 24-15 loss, and he even had his first career 300-yard passing game. There are no further updates on the status of star running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who sat out Sunday's game with a sprained foot.
The Houston Texans were on bye this weekend.