Bradham left Sunday's loss to Kansas City due to an ankle injury and was seen in a walking boot leaving the locker room, The Buffalo News reports.
Bradham managed just four total tackles with no other stats prior to leaving, so his day was pretty poor for IDP owners. As for the Buffalo defense, Preston Brown and Bradham are the best two linebackers amid a corps without much experience, so if Bradham has to miss any time it's going to be felt by a Buffalo defense that's already down several key players.
Carrington tore his quad tendon during Sunday's loss to the Chiefs and now requires season-ending surgery, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Carrington surprisingly found himself in the Bills' starting lineup Sunday in wake of injuries to teammates, but it appears he's suffered the same fate, as his quad ailment will cost him the rest of this season. Knowing that, Carrington finishes the campaign with eight tackles in seven appearances.
Coach Rex Ryan feels Easley will complete the concussion protocol and be back on the field for Sunday's game against Houston, BuffaloBills.com reports.
All it takes is one little setback with this sensible injury, but after Easley missed Sunday's game in Kansas City and hearing Ryan's hopefulness regarding the situation, it sounds like the injury-depleted Bills are ready to welcome their special teams ace back.
Williams (shoulder) was spotted wearing a sling Tuesday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
Head coach Rex Ryan is hopeful that Williams will be able to play this week, but it appears he is either still dealing with soreness in his arm, or is being sent on the precautionary route in his recovery. Williams' participation, or lack thereof, in practice over the next few days figures to ultimately determine whether he will be able to play in Week 13.
McCluster will be out for 2-3 weeks due to his knee injury suffered during Thursday's game.
McCluster took a hard hit to his knee during Thursday's loss to the Jaguars, which will force him to miss the Titans' next couple games or so. With him out, Antonio Andrews will likely enjoy an expanded role, while rookie David Cobb and Bishop Sankey also factor into the mix.
The Titans signed defensive lineman Al Woods to a two-year deal Wednesday, ending his two-year run with the Steelers. Woods' contract will pay him $5 million over two years, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.