Sean McDermott provides injury updates on Jamison Crowder + others heading into Week 5

Jamison Crowder (80). Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens, Week 4, October 02, 2022 at M&T Bank Stadium.

The Bills looked to be a little healthier heading into the Ravens game. Unfortunately, the team suffered more injuries during Sunday afternoon's game against Baltimore.

Wide receiver Jamison Crowder came out during the game due to an ankle injury. During Sean McDermott's media availability on Monday afternoon, McDermott announced Crowder broke his ankle.

"He will likely be placed on IR (Injured Reserve) here shortly," McDermott added.

Wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie also did not finish the game due to a head injury that was later ruled a concussion. McDermott said on Monday that McKenzie is in concussion protocol.

In terms of who could fill in with Crowder out and McKenzie dealing with a concussion, McDermott praised WR Tavon Austin and RB Duke Johnson for their work on the practice squad.

"We've got some options there," McDermott said. "Both of those players have done a really good job for us on the practice squad so we will see where it goes here."

Cornerback Tre'Davious White is able to return to practice this week as White was placed on the Reserve/PUP list at the start of the season. McDermott said they are going to take it one day at a time with White's return.

"He continues to improve in his rehab, and we will get him back out there when he's ready," McDermott shared.

McDermott also announced DT Ed Oliver (ankle), DT Jordan Phillips (hamstring) CB Christian Benford (hand), WR Jake Kumerow (ankle) and OL Justin Murray (foot) are all improving.

"We'll see where they go this week," McDermott said. "Our hope is they're back out there."

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