Earlier in the day on Monday ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Buffalo Bills’ running back LeSean McCoy had suffered a torn MCL and is listed as week-to-week for the final two games of the regular season.
Bills RB Leseasn McCoy tore his MCL and is considered week to week for final two weeks, per league source. More testing scheduled for today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 21, 2015
Rex Ryan did address McCoy’s injury in his usual Monday afternoon press conference and explained that more tests will be required on the seventh year veteran’s knee before his status is officially determined for Week 16.
The injury to McCoy’s right knee occurred in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins. Following an eight-yard reception McCoy looked to make a cut and with his foot planted was contacted in the knee by Washington DB, Dashon Goldson.
McCoy looked to be in some substantial pain after the play, but was able to walk off to the sideline on his own. He was evaluated on the training table and attempted to test out the injury on the sideline, but did not return to the game. He finished with just 10 carries and 29 yards before being ruled out for the day.