We won't know much more about the injury statuses of prominent Buffalo Bills players until Wednesday, in all likelihood, but Monday brought with it two additional names to add to the pile: tight end MarQueis Gray and safety Bacarri Rambo.
Gray appears much worse off, as head coach Rex Ryan told reporters that Gray may have a broken bone in his forearm, which would obviously keep him out of the lineup for the foreseeable future. A little-used piece on offense as the third tight end, Gray is nonetheless an important player to be without, as he is one of the team's leaders in special teams reps taken so far this season.
Rambo, meanwhile, is dealing with an injury to his quad, and Ryan would not speculate on the severity of that ding on Monday. Add his name to the long list of players that reporters will be looking for updates on when the team hits the practice field on Wednesday as the unofficial start to Tennessee Titans week.
That list of players, by the way, includes running back LeSean McCoy (hamstring), wide receiver Sammy Watkins (calf), wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (ribs), guard John Miller (groin), safety Aaron Williams (neck), and Rambo. Of those six players, four are starters, and Rambo has seen a ton of playing time in the first quarter of the season as an injury fill-in.