The NFC West was bitten by the injury bug, as several defensive players left the field during Sunday's games. Here's a look at where the team's stand on Monday
Calais Campbell was injured against the San Francisco 49ers and was taken off via stretcher before heading to a Bay Area hospital for further testing. Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians addressed the media on Monday, telling them that Campbell was able to participate in a team walk through on Monday, and would undergo further tests throughout the week. It's unclear whether he will play this week, but Arians is hopeful he can play. The important thing is that Campbell is okay after sustaining a scary injury.
The Rams were the lucky ones in the NFC West this week, as Jeff Fisher's team did not sustain any injuries in their win over the Houston Texans.
San Francisco 49ers
McDonald attempted to play through pain, but was forced to leave the game due to a bicep injury. This forced the rotational Dorsey into the lineup, but he was forced out too. There is no further update on either player's status at this time.
Hauschka left the field with a possible concussion and did not return. He will undergo the league's tests this week, and there is no official update whether he'll be able to play in Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.