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  • Bills general manager Doug Whaley said running back Karlos Williams suffered a concussion during Sunday's loss to the Giants,'s Ian Rapoport reports.Filling in for LeSean McCoy (hamstring), Williams dominated the snaps in Sunday's loss, but he didn't find much room to run and apparently suffered a concussion. The rookie is now in the NFL's concussion protocol, putting his status for Sunday's game against the Titans in serious question.With McCoy likely to miss at least one more game, Williams' absence would leave Anthony Dixon as the lead back.

  • Bills running back Anthony Dixon did not receive a carry in Buffalo's loss to the Giants on Sunday. He was targeted three times in the passing game, hauling in two balls for 20 yards.For those who thought Dixon might get some more action in the rushing game following the injury to LeSean McCoy, it was the Karlos Williams Show on Sunday, and even that wasn't much of a show. Dixon remains limited to short-yardage and special teams situations, though there's some talk McCoy could be out several weeks. Should anything happen to Williams, Dixon might get some added responsibility.

  • The bad news for Bills running back Anthony Dixon on Sunday was that he gained just one yard on three carries. The good news is that his 1-yard score helped his team upset Indianapolis. Dixon plunged into the end zone five minutes into the third quarter to give Buffalo its biggest lead of the afternoon at 24-0. He will seek another score in Week 2 against New England.

  • Bills running backs coach Anthony Lynn said rookie Karlos Williams will resume the role of No. 2 running back when healthy. He has been sidelined since mid-August due to an undisclosed injury. "Absolutely," Lynn told "Anthony Dixon unfortunately didn't have a training camp. And so he didn't get to compete with those guys. I have a pretty good idea of what Boobie can do and what he can bring to the table, but it was unfortunate what happened to Karlos with the injury -- not necessarily the injury, but the medical condition -- so yeah, I'm gonna throw him right back in there where he left off. "I've been very pleased with his growth and his development. The guy only played running back [at Florida State] for a year-and-a-half, and he came in here and he really listened and took the coaching. He's like a sponge. And I guess what I like about him is that he didn't have any bad habits to break, so he just does what you tell him to do."

  • Although the Bills have a crowded backfield, Bills running backs coach Anthony Lynn confirmed Tuesday the plan is for LeSean McCoy to be the workhorse back when healthy. Although, his status for Week 1 is a bit iffy since he is coming off a preseason hamstring injury. "All along we brought him in to put the bulk of the workload on him," Lynn told "And he has some good help in Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown and Karlos Williams. So those guys will all play a complementary role but Shady will get the bulk of it. "And far as his availability (for Week 1), I'll hope he'll be ready to roll. I can't say that for that sure, but if he's ready to roll, we're gonna use him and we got a plan for him. And if he's not, we're not gonna blink." Lynn also added McCoy could also be used in goal-line situations. "Shady's done a good job in goal line and short-yardage," he said. "Sometimes it's not the biggest, most powerful back. It's the back with the best instincts and feel. Marcus Allen was a 205-pound runner but was the best goal-line runner I've seen in my time. So he has a knack to get through the hole and get skinny in the hole. So I'm not saying that I'm gonna take [McCoy] out at the goal line, but Karlos can definitely get the job done."

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2014 105 432 2 8 49 0 59
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2012 21 78 2 0 0 0 19
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2010 70 237 2 5 11 0 36
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