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Robert Woods injury: Buffalo Bills WR may miss last two games

Battling a groin injury that Rex Ryan now terms "severe," Bills receiver Robert Woods may miss the final two games of the 2015 regular season.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods aggravated a lingering groin injury during Sunday's 35-25 loss to the Washington Redskins, and Bills head coach Rex Ryan told reporters on Monday that he may miss the final two games of the year as a result.

Through 14 games, Woods, a third-year pro out of USC, has 47 receptions for 552 yards and three touchdowns. If he is, in fact, done for the year, that receiving yardage total would be a career low for him, as the Bills' run-heavy offense has marginalized all of the Bills' receivers a bit, including the red-hot Sammy Watkins.

If Woods does end up on IR for the final two games, Ryan also hinted that rookie seventh-round pick Dezmin Lewis could take his place on the active roster. Lewis has spent the entirety of his rookie season to this point on the practice squad.