Injuries: Browns' Jamie Collins (MCL) out for season – NFL.com

Will Fuller won’t miss significant time after leaving Sunday’s loss to the L.A. Rams.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the Houston Texans‘ receiver suffered cracked ribs in the loss, but the damage is not extensive and he may just miss one game, per a source informed of the injury.

Fuller downplayed the injury after the game.

“I’m feeling good,” he said, via the Houston Chronicle. “They’re a little sore. I should be OK.”

Like the rest of the Texans‘ offense, Fuller soared with Deshaun Watson under center and has struggled since the dynamic rookie went down with a knee injury. From Weeks 4 through 8, Fuller compiled 278 total yards on 13 receptions and a whopping seven touchdown catches. With Tom Savage under center the past two weeks, the wideout has four catches for 47 yards and zero touchdowns.

Fuller missed the start of the season after suffering a collarbone injury in early August.

Bruce Ellington‘s role should increase if Fuller is out of the lineup Sunday versus Arizona.

Here are other injuries we’re tracking Monday:

1. Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson announced linebacker Jamie Collins‘ season is over after suffering an MCL injury in the loss to the Detroit Lions. Collins suffered the injury while being tackled after intercepting Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford in Sunday’s 38-24 loss to Detroit.

Collins’ injury brings an end to a campaign that was hampered by health issues. The linebacker also missed three games due to a concussion suffered earlier in the season. Collins signed a massive extension in the offseason and is a very obvious key piece to Cleveland’s defense, which missed him almost immediately, as evidenced by Detroit’s offensive output on the ground and through the air.

“That’s unfortunate,” Jackson said of Collins’ injury. “That’s a big blow

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