2023 NFL Week 13 injury roundup: Steelers QB Kenny Pickett, Texans WR Tank Dell among big names to go down

Week 13 promises plenty of drama in the NFL, with the Eagles hosting the 49ers in an NFC Championship rematch, the Chiefs visiting the Packers in prime time and … Joe Flacco (!) starting for the Browns. But Sunday also brought another wave of injuries.

Here’s a roundup of key names who required medical attention in Week 13:


Kenny Pickett (Steelers), who’s battled multiple injuries this season, took a shot to the helmet while rushing toward the end zone in the second quarter against the Cardinals. He walked off the field under his own power with a slight limp, but was replaced by veteran backup Mitchell Trubisky for the close of the drive. The Steelers ruled out Pickett before the second half.


Rhamondre Stevenson (Patriots) was busy early against the Chargers but suffered a right ankle injury on the second series of the day, losing a fumble in the process. He required help to reach the locker room for further evaluation and was replaced by veteran reserves Ezekiel Elliott and Ty Montgomery. Stevenson was officially ruled out in the third quarter.

Brian Robinson Jr. (Commanders) led Washington with 53 rushing yards against the Dolphins before exiting with a hamstring injury at halftime. Antonio Gibson began the second half atop the team’s RB depth chart, trailing 31-7.

Emari Demercado (Cardinals) opened against the Steelers as Arizona’s top back behind James Conner, only to exit in the first quarter after suffering head and neck injuries. He was ruled questionable to return while undergoing concussion tests.


Tank Dell (Texans) suited up against the Broncos despite a calf injury, but then he went down late in the first quarter, appearing to get his left leg trapped on running back Dameon Pierce’s touchdown run. He was carted off after a prolonged stay on the ground. The dynamic rookie has been ruled before the second half.


Frank Ragnow (Lions), whose work at center helped Detroit…


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