Bills WR Robert Woods ejected for throwing punch

By Ryan Wilson |

Early in the third quarter with the Bills leading the Dolphins 10-0, Buffalo rookie wide receiver Robert Woods was flagged for throwing a punch at Miami safety Reshad Jones. By rule, that's a personal foul and an automatic ejection.

Woods, who had three catches for 70 yards, was animated as the official walked him to the sidelines but it's difficult to argue that he didn't attempt to throw a close-fisted punch at Jones' head.

With Marquise Goodwin sidelined and Woods now with the rest of the day off, the Bills are down to their third receiver.

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