As he does every week the day after a game, Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott updated the media on injuries to several players on Tuesday, and said that cornerback Cam Lewis (wrist), guard Cody Ford (knee), and linebacker Tyrel Dodson (hamstring) are all week-to-week.
The Bills lost 26-17 to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday afternoon, dropping their second straight contest to go to 4-2. They next play the winless New York Jets on Sunday at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
All three players left Monday's game and did not return. Lewis started as the nickel cornerback in place of Taron Johnson, but only played 10 snaps after being injured early.
McDermott also said that wide receiver John Brown, who appeared to be hobbling most of the night, is still not 100% fully recovered from his knee injury.
Guard Jon Feliciano is still on Injured Reserve with a pectoral injury, but is eligible to be activated to the team's 53-man roster. McDermott said he's had "minor talks" with general manager Brandon Beane about that possibility and will continue to do so this week. The Bills have until Tuesday, Oct. 27, which is 21 days since he started practicing, to activate Feliciano, or he will revert back to I.R.
The head coach wouldn't say how close Feliciano or linebacker Matt Milano were to possibly playing Monday. Milano has missed the last two games, also with a pectoral injury.
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