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LeSean McCoy having MRI on knee, Robert Woods could miss rest of season as injury list continues to grow

At this point, it might be easier to just list which players on the Buffalo Bills' roster are healthy.

A day after being beat up, sometimes literally, by the Washington Redskins, a grim Rex Ryan ran down his team's lengthy injury report.

• John Miller suffered a high-ankle sprain, aggravating an injury he originally suffered in Week 11 against New England and that forced him to miss two games. "Any time a guy doesn't finish a game, a lot of times it's not a good indication if he'll be ready for the next week," Ryan said. "It doesn't normally happen. His could be a little different situation. We'll see how it goes. We expect him to be limited during the week, but we'll see if there's a possibility of him playing."

• Running back LeSean McCoy was scheduled for an MRI on Monday for a knee injury suffered against Washington. Ryan indicated that McCoy's status for Week 16 is questionable.

• Reserve linebacker Randell Johnson suffered a high-ankle sprain. "He had played more snaps this game than he had all season, and right at the end of the game he suffered a high-ankle sprain, so that obviously doesn’t look good," Ryan said. "As soon as I heard 'high ankle,' I'm like, 'that doesn't sound good.' "

• Robert Woods suffered a groin injury that Ryan called "pretty severe – there’s a possibility it could end his season."

• Safety Bacarri Rambo was able to finish the game with a knee injury, but "clearly wasn't 100 percent out there," Ryan said. "He toughed it out with that knee, so we'll see how he does during the week."

• Defensive tackle Stefan Charles suffered a shoulder injury that require more evaluation.

• Running back Boobie Dixon suffered a knee injury, but was able to return to the game.

• Running back Karlos Williams played through a shoulder injury, with Ryan saying he was sore, but that it was a good sign that he finished the game.

• Chris Hogan suffered a wrist injury, but should be available in Week 16. "We expect him to be fine," Ryan said.


• Linebacker Nigel Bradham missed his third straight game because of a high-ankle sprain. Bradham had a setback in his recovery last week.  "Hopefully, he'll be ready to go this week," Ryan said. "We'll see how he looks."

• Right tackle Seantrel Henderson remains out of the lineup with an illness. There is no timetable on when, or if, he'll return this season.

• Ryan is hopeful both tight end Charles Clay (back) and cornerback Ron Brooks (concussion) will be ready to face the Cowboys in Week 16.

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