Woods (groin) was placed on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday, Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News reports. Woods was removed from Sunday's loss to Washington in the second half, with post-game reports suggesting that he was unlikely to play again this season. He finishes the year with 47 catches for 552 yards and three touchdowns on 81 targets, having served as the No. 2 wide receiver in a run-heavy offense. Woods should have plenty of time to recover before training camp, but the Bills may have interest in adding a more explosive athlete to team with Sammy Watkins, as Woods profiles as more of a No. 3 wideout than a No. 2.
Woods suffered a groin injury during Sunday's loss to the Redskins and is expected to be placed on injured reserve, Rand Getlin of NFL Network reports. Woods, who was limited in practice last week by a hip ailment, was forced out of Sunday's game after being injured. Now, it's expected that Woods will miss the Bills' final two games due to his groin injury. Should that transpire, Woods would end this season with 47 catches (on 81 targets) for 552 yards and three touchdowns.
Woods was removed from Sunday's loss at Washington with a knee injury, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports. Woods turned in back-to-back limited sessions to end the week as a result of a hip concern, but it didn't stop him from notching four receptions for 44 yards. He eventually left the game due to the new ailment, which is of unknown severity. Expect the Bills to update his status in due time.
Woods (hip) is active Sunday against Washington. Woods had his first 100-yard game of the season last week against Philadelphia, but he's still mostly scraping for targets that don't go to Sammy Watkins or LeSean McCoy. On the plus side for Woods, tight end Charles Clay (back) is out, leaving a few more possible passes to come his way.
Woods (hip) is listed as probable for this week's game in Washington after practicing on a limited basis for the second straight day Friday. Woods will look to build off of his first 100-yard game of the season last week, but his modest production shows he's still the fourth option in this offense. However, teams are starting to give Sammy Watkins double coverage most of the game, plus Charles Clay isn't playing this week. Woods should continue to get some crumbs after Watkins and LeSean McCoy get their fill.
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