Buffalo's Lynch injures shoulder
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch left Sunday's game at Jacksonville with a shoulder injury.
Lynch was taken to the locker room on a cart in the second quarter. He returned to the field after halftime wearing street clothes.
The Bills also lost two starting offensive linemen on consecutive series in the third quarter. Guard Seth McKinney left the game limping, then guard Eric Wood left on a cart with a brace on his left leg. Neither was expected to return.
Lynch ran eight times for 18 yards. He fumbled on his last carry in the second quarter and was injured on the play.
Lynch, suspended the first three games of the season, has shared carries with Fred Jackson since his return. He has 272 yards rushing on 87 carries and a touchdown this season.