Tevin Coleman is likely to be out a while. The San Francisco 49ers running back suffered an ugly right arm injury on a run early in the second quarter of the NFC Championship Game. It looked really bad and he had to be carted off the field as a result.
You can see Coleman's right arm buckle as he uses his hand to hold himself up on the run below:
Here's a look from another angle and it's not good:
And here's a still where his arm appears to be hanging loose:
Coleman had to leave the game and the 49ers called it a shoulder injury. He was in considerable pain when he got up and couldn't move his arm. It's rare when a player needs a cart for an arm injury, so that should tell you how bad this could be.
The 49ers scored a touchdown on the next play as Raheem Mostert had a nine-yard touchdown run. They lead the Green Bay Packers 17-0 in the first half.