Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy leaves the game after just two offensive plays and heads to the locker room due to what is being called a head injury.
McCoy headed to locker room with athletic trainers. #Bills— Chris Brown (@ChrisBrownBills) October 21, 2018
LeSean McCoy’s injury is called a head injury, not right ankle. He landed pretty hard. #bills pic.twitter.com/ZYr9JNfYjK— Nick Veronica (@NickVeronica) October 21, 2018
McCoy has had a slow start to the season with only 243 rushing yards in the five games he has played. A game against the underwhelming Indianapolis Colts could have been a good game for him to gain some momentum to carry on for the rest of the season.
The Bills now turn to Chris Ivory and Marcus Murphy as the only other running backs active for today’s game as Taiwan Jones is inactive today due to a neck injury he suffered last week against the Houston Texans.
The NFL has stressed the importance of protecting players from head injuries over the past few years and McCoy will go through multiple tests, making sure he will do no further damage if he can return to the game.