Promising St. Louis end Robert Quinn showed up on the injury report this week with a concussion, so one has to assume he's questionable for Sunday's game against San Francisco. It's a surprising development given that Quinn played 64 snaps against the Cardinals. The 2011 first-round pick has 8.5 sacks in 11 games this year, his first season as a starter. Meanwhile, Minnesota rookie Harrison Smith appears to have a good shot at playing this week after leaving Sunday's game against Chicago with a concussion.
Quinn and Smith aren't the only noteworthy IDPs dealing with concussions, as Tennessee middle linebacker Colin McCarthy sat out practice Wednesday and Thursday. He played a full snap count against the Jaguars on Sunday, but sitting out the first ...
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