Nov 3, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Trainers attend to Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods (10) after getting hurt on a play during the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Chiefs beat the Bills 23 to 13. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Robert Woods injury update: Bills WR couldn't put weight on foot

Rookie wide receiver Robert Woods has been one of the most consistent receivers for the Buffalo Bills all season long, so when he went down in the third quarter of the team’s Week 9 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs there was plenty of concern about his status.

As it turns out, Woods is still struggling to put pressure on the injury, but the x-rays did come back negative.

From ESPN:

Receiver Robert Woods left the game in the third quarter with a leg injury. Marrone said Woods couldn’t put weight on his leg, which suggested a bone injury. However, Marrone added that X-rays were negative. He did not provide a prognosis on Woods, who had played more than 90 percent of snaps this season until Sunday. Meanwhile, Goodwin, who left late in the fourth quarter, has a hamstring injury, according to Marrone.

If the team would have lost Woods for a significant amount of time, it would have been a huge loss.

Now, they hope he will miss minimum time and that he will be available whenever the team welcomes rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel back to the line up from his knee injury.


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