McCoy has thumb surgery; Woods suffers knee sprain

November 20, 2016

By Sal Capaccio

Twitter @Salports

The Buffalo Bills are getting some good news from One Bills Drive on Monday with regards to injuries to two offensive players.

Running back LeSean McCoy had surgery this morning on his dislocated thumb. The good news is that McCoy is expected to play when the Bills host the Jacksonville Jaguars at New Era Field on Sunday. The only concern with McCoy's thumb injury may be his effectiveness in the pass game.

Wide receiver Robert Woods underwent an MRI on Sunday after leaving the game against the Cincinnati Bengals with a knee injury. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Woods has a knee sprain, which could put him out of the lineup for some time. It is unclear at this time as to how long he will be out of the lineup.

As for wide receiver Sammy Watkins, he is scheduled to have a CT scan on his foot on Tuesday to determine if he can return to practice. If he is cleared to practice, Watkins has a chance to play on Sunday against the Jaguars.

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