Nick Foles and Tyreek Hill both suffer game-ending shoulder injuries

Jacksonville starting quarterback Nick Foles was knocked Having an injury to his shoulder out of the Jaguars’ game on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

The 30-year-old was shot in for X-rays and it was announced he wouldn’t return.
Foles, beginning for the first time for the Jaguars following earning Super Bowl MVP honors with the Philadelphia Eagles earlier in his career, was injured to a touchdown pass remaining in the first quarter.
Foles was 5-of-8 death for 75 yards. Washington State rookie Gardner Minshew II substituted him.
Using Kansas City wide receiver Tyreek Hill carted off the field in the first quarter, there was yet another injury at TIAA Bank Field at Jacksonville.
The Chiefs announced Hill – who this week agreed a fresh three-year extension worth $54m – wouldn’t play any part.
After being handled by Jacksonville cornerback Jalen Ramsey hill, who had just two catches for 16 yards, had been injured on the lobby that was next.

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