Head coach Sean McDermott provided updates on running back Damien Harris, quarterback Josh Allen, tight end Dalton Kincaid and cornerbacks Cam Lewis and Dane Jackson on Monday afternoon.
Harris exited Sunday night's game against the Giants with a neck injury and did not return.
The RB was taken off the field via ambulance and brought to a local hospital for further testing. He did have movement in his arms and legs as Harris gave the crowd a thumbs up as he was loaded into the ambulance on Sunday night.
McDermott said Harris has a neck sprain and is in the concussion protocol.
"He's doing well, or as well as can be expected," McDermott shared. "He is out of the hospital and resting at home and seems to be in good spirits."
Allen came off the field for two plays against the Giants as he needed to be evaluated for a head injury. The QB also suffered some shoulder pain coming out of the game. McDermott said Allen will be fine.
"He's certainly sore," McDermott shared. "But he is day-to-day currently."
McDermott said he would not discuss the QB's status for the upcoming game against the Patriots.
Other injury updates according to McDermott – Lewis, who came out of Sunday's game with a stinger, is day-to-day. Kincaid, who missed Sunday's game, remains in concussion protocol. Jackson, who missed Sunday's game with a foot injury, is improving but remains day-to-day.