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.
Robert Woods has a "pretty severe" groin injury and Rex says there is a possibility that it could end his season. #Bills— Jay Skurski (@JaySkurski) December 21, 2015
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.
Dezmin Lewis will most likely be activated into Robert Woods spot.— Sal Capaccio (@SalSports) December 21, 2015