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Buffalo Bills cornerback Ryan Lewis exits game with head injury

The Bills are now working with just four healthy corners

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Buffalo Bills cornerback, Ryan Lewis, exited the game in the second quarter and is now being evaluated for a head injury. Buffalo is down to four cornerbacks once again, but near the end of the first half, Lewis reappeared on the sideline with his helmet in his hand.

Lewis is the third corner on the roster now with rookie Taron Johnson out with a shoulder injury. Over the course of the season, Lewis and Levi Wallace have traded chances as the starting corner on the opposite side of Tre’Davious White.

In the meantime,Lafayette Pitts and Denzel Rice will be the two to step up in Lewis’ absence for the time being.

This is Lewis’ first season with the Bills after being undrafted in 2017 and spending time with the Arizona Cardinals and New England Patriots. With the second cornerback being a question mark coming into the season, Lewis has had some bright spots when his is called.

More to come with Lewis and how he progresses through the protocol.