Thompson is a depth linebacker for the Rams, and the injury is not expected to be of fantasy signficance.
Prosinski has been more of a special teamer for the Bears, but has appeared in 29 of a possible 32 game since joining Chicago in 2015.
Scandrick returned to the sidelines but did not play again. He had a pass breakup and a tackle for a loss earlier in the game before being forced to leave.
Roberts is not a starter on the Patriots' defense, but he appeared in 13 games as a rookie in 2016.
The Jets have suffered a few injuries at safety during the preseason, with Miles becoming the fourth one dinged up. New York is banking on a couple of rookies to start at safety, so there's an opportunity for Miles if he can stay healthy.
Tripp isn't set up for many defensive snaps with Jake Ryan (shoulder), Blake Martinez and Joe Thomas all at inside linebacker, along with Clay Matthews occasionally shifting inside as well. Tripp is expected to slot into the lineup as a specialist when healthy.
Banks played in nine games last season, recording just six tackles and one pass breakup for three different teams. He's currently competing for a role on special teams, but it is yet to be seen whether this injury will be a long-term issue.
Lowry improved his pass-rushing ability this offseason and is slated to be a starter on the defensive line. It's unclear how severe this injury is, but expect the Packers to exercise caution going forward.
The 2017 second-round pick has had his name in the mix as a starting cornerback in Indy. Wilson has been playing a depth role in the preseason, though. The severity of this injury is unknown, and a quick recovery is crucial for his chances to jump Rashaan Melvin in the depth chart.
This potentially is a pretty big blow for the Bengals. Williams had 81 tackles last year in 15 games along with three interceptions and was expected to start at safety.