David Johnson, Allen Robinson, Reuben Foster Lead Week 1 Injury Roundup

David Johnson #31 of the Arizona Cardinals escapes the tackle of Glover Quin #27 of the Detroit Lions

David Johnson #31 of the Arizona Cardinals escapes the tackle of Glover Quin #27 of the Detroit Lions

The Bears fear the former first-round pick suffered a broken collarbone that will require season-ending surgery, according to ESPN's Dan Graziano.

Johnson left Sunday's loss in Detroit in the third quarter to receive medical attention.

David Johnson's wrist injury put Arizona in a situation where Chris Johnson could return.

Johnson led the National Football League in yards from scrimmage last season, his second year as a pro. His best game against the 49ers came during an October 6 matchup in Santa Clara when Johnson averaged 5.8 yards per carry on his way to 157 yards and two touchdowns.

From GMFB: The #AZCardinals await MRI results on star RB David Johnson, who sprained his wrist yesterday.

Scandrick suffered a hand injury during Sunday night's win over the New York Giants, and owner Jerry Jones confirmed after the game that the cornerback has a fracture in his hand.

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Johnson accounted for 2,118 yards and 373 touches (293 rushes, 80 receptions) in 2016. At ASU, Foster was used at running back and receiver.

This is a season full of pressure for a club that was expected to be a Super Bowl contender a year ago and ended up not even making the playoffs. With his recovery timetable expected to be anywhere from 8 to 12 weeks, the Cardinals have also said that a trip to the IR is likely.

After Johnson left the contest, fifth-year man Kerwynn Williams took over the lead running back duties.

Up to that point in the game there hadn't been too much to write home about Johnson's performance.

I have no idea what the realistic expectations for Tarik Cohen are moving forward, but one thing that's certain is that the Bears can't afford to leave him on the sidelines for very long.

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