McDermott calls Bills injuries 'day-to-day type injuries'

Several players left Sunday's game due to injury

Even though three different offensive linemen and their star cornerback left Sunday's 44-34 win over the Seattle Seahawks Sunday with injuries, Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said on Monday most of the injuries suffered were "day-to-day type injuries," but added, "nothing new overall on the injury front."

At one point during the game, the Bills were down three starting offensive linemen after left guard Cody Ford, right guard Brian Winters, and right tackle Daryl Williams all left the game. Winters and Williams both came back to play.

Ford, who suffered an ankle injury, was carted to the locker room for evaluation, but returned to the sidelines later in full gear, including having his helmet with him, which was a good sign. However, he never returned to play in the game.

Late in the contest, cornerback Tre'Davious White went down with an ankle injury. After being tended to by trainers, like Ford, White remained on the sidelines with his equipment on, but never returned.

The Bills play the Arizona Cardinals this upcoming Sunday in Glendale before heading to their bye the following week.

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