Week seven of the NFL season has almost wrapped up and teams are starting to assess the damage from their games. A nightmare of a season for the Cleveland Browns got worse, as the woeful franchise saw their only bright spot and the league's best left tackle, Joe Thomas, leave the field.

Joe Thomas

With 5:35 left in the third quarter of the Cleveland Browns overtime loss to the Tennesse Titans, Joe Thomas had to leave the game with an apparent triceps injury in his left arm following a three-yard run by Duke Johnson. Thomas said that he had lost the use of his left arm and had to leave the locker room with his whole arm in a sling.

On Monday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that Thomas had indeed torn his triceps and that he is discussing options with the team and doctors over what to do next. The injury ended Thomas' streak of 10,363 consecutive snaps, as he had never missed one before this injury since the team drafted him in 2007.

Carson Palmer

In the second quarter of the Arizona Cardinals shutout loss to the Los Angeles Rams, Carson Palmer injured his arm as Aaron Donald hit him while he was in the middle of throwing a pass.

Palmer was evaluated by team doctors and then jogged to the locker room as he did not return to the game.

On Sunday night, head coach Bruce Arians said that Palmer had a broken left arm and was going to have surgery as soon as the team got back to Arizona. Arians added that Palmer could miss anywhere between eight weeks and the rest of the season.

Drew Stanton will now take over as the starting quarterback as the team heads into their bye week.

Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler took a hard shot to the chest from Jordan Jenkins early in the third quarter, as he was knocked out of the Miami Dolphins comeback win over the New York Jets.

Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the team believes Cutler has two cracked ribs and could be sidelined for two or three weeks.

On Monday the team confirmed the injury, with head coach Adam Gase saying, “Right now it doesn't look good.” With Cutler sidelined, Matt Moore will take over as the Dolphins face a short week since they face Ravens in Baltimore on Thursday night.

Delaine Walker

Tight end Delaine Walker was injured making a catch in overtime of the Tennessee Titans victory over the Browns.

He hobbled to the bench, not putting any weight on his right foot. Following the game, head coach Mike Mularkey said that Walker has a sprained right ankle.

Walker was seen walking around the locker room on crutches and with heavy tapping on his ankle. However, further tests revealed that Walker does not have a sprain on his right ankle but a bone bruise, which is better news for him. The Titans are entering their bye week and do not play again until November 5th when they take on the Ravens.