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Injury Report

October 30, 2000

Players who came out of Sunday's NFL games with injuries:

* TROY AIKMAN, Dallas--Cowboy quarterback pulled himself out of game against Jacksonville with soreness in his back. He didn't return to the sideline after halftime. Aikman didn't immediately leave the game, and even threw a 13-yard touchdown pass, but he began having back spasms that made it painful to take snaps.

* WESLEY WALLS, Carolina--Panther tight end sprained his left knee after catching a pass over the middle in the final play of the third quarter against Atlanta. He appeared to twist his knee when tackled by Marty Carter after a 19-yard gain.

* PHIL HANSEN, Buffalo--Bill defensive end will be out four to six weeks with a sprained right knee suffered against the New York Jets.

* TRAVIS TAYLOR, Baltimore--Raven wide receiver will miss four to six weeks with a broken collarbone suffered in the fourth quarter of game against Pittsburgh.

* TRAVIS JERVEY, San Francisco--49er kick returner broke his collarbone after returning the opening kickoff 68 yards against St. Louis.

* KEITH POOLE, New Orleans--Saint wide receiver was taken off the field in a cart with a sprained neck in the fourth quarter against Arizona.

* TIM GRUNHARD, Kansas City--Chief center injured his ankle in the third quarter and did not return. X-rays taken of his ankle were negative.

* DORSEY LEVENS, Green Bay--Packer running back sat out the second half with a bruised right knee after scoring two touchdowns against Miami.

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