Chiefs safety Bryan Cook is carted off the field after suffering gruesome ankle injury against the Green Bay Packers as Taylor Swift watches on
- Cook suffered the injury in the third quarter while tackling Packers RB AJ Dillon
- At the time of the injury, he led the Chiefs defense with seven tackles
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Kansas City Chiefs safety Bryan Cook was carted off the field after suffering a gruesome-looking ankle injury against the Green Bay Packers.
As he tackled Packers running back AJ Dillon in the third quarter of Sunday's game, Cook's ankle appeared to get stuck underneath him and bend the wrong way.
Players on the sidelines immediately gathered around him as he was attended to by trainers and then loaded onto the cart with tears streaming down his face.
The NBC broadcast chose not to show the replay of the injury.
After leaving the field, Cook was initially labeled questionable. However, it wasn't long before he officially ruled himself out of the competition.
Chiefs safety Bryan Cook was carted off the field against the Packers with an ankle injury
Cook's ankle got caught underneath him during a tackle and bent in the wrong direction
Cook was seen leaving the X-ray room without a shoe or sock on his left foot and he was also unable to put weight on his ankle.
Before leaving the game injured, Cook led the Chiefs defense with seven tackles in the game.
Heading into Sunday night's trip to Lambeau Field, Cook had recorded 35 total tackles, an interception, two pass deflections and two fumble recoveries in 11 games.
The 24-year-old was selected No. 62 overall in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft.