Green Bay defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson underwent surgery on his left ankle after the Packers' loss at Washington on Sunday and will be lost for the season.

The surgery was performed in the Washington area and Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that Wilkerson's injury was "significant."

Wilkerson's foot was trapped under another player while blocking, and he was carted off the field with his hands covering his facemask.

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•Tommy McDonald, the sure-handed receiver who teamed with quarterback Norm Van Brocklin to help the Philadelphia Eagles win the 1960 NFL championship, has died. He was 84. McDonald was a two-time All-America from Oklahoma who played 12 NFL seasons for five teams and was a six-time Pro Bowl selection. When he retired in 1968, he ranked second in league history in touchdown catches, fourth in yards receiving and sixth in receptions.

•Jimmy Garoppolo's season indeed is over. An MRI exam confirmed he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee late in the 49ers' loss Sunday at Kansas City.

•Rookie Josh Rosen will take over as the Cardinals' starting quarterback this Sunday against the Seahawks. Rosen, the 10th overall pick in this year's draft, replaces former Viking Sam Bradford.

•Rookie Baker Mayfield will become the 30th quarterback to start for the Browns (1-1-1) since 1999 when they visit the Raiders (0-3) on Sunday.

•Dolphins defensive end William Hayes is done for the season after suffering a torn ACL in his right knee while sacking the Raiders' Derek Carr and trying to avoid putting his full weight on the quarterback.

•The Steelers are reportedly shopping running back Le'Veon Bell, who has voluntarily sat out Pittsburgh's first three games, costing himself $2.4 million in the process.