Week 2 NFL injuries: Aaron Rodgers out for 2023 season; will Travis Kelce return?

Aaron Rodgers, the New York Jets' quarterback, suffered a season-ending torn Achilles tendon.

Zach Wilson, the No. 2 overall pick from the 2021 NFL draft, now takes the quarterback reins.

Travis Kelce's absence due to a knee injury impacted the Kansas City Chiefs, leading to a disappointing 0-1 start.

Fortunately, Kelce's injury was a bone bruise, not a long-term setback.

The extent of Kelce's participation in practice would determine his availability for Week 2.

Injuries continued to cast a shadow as the NFL entered its second week.

Jaycee Horn, a Carolina cornerback, faces an extended absence due to a hamstring injury.

The Pittsburgh Steelers received bad news as Cam Heyward's groin injury will keep him sidelined for "multiple weeks."

J.K. Dobbins, a running back for the Baltimore Ravens, suffered an Achilles tear, ending his season.

Three other Ravens starters, Marcus Williams (shoulder), Ronnie Stanley (knee), and Tyler Linderbaum (calf), also sustained injuries.

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