Bills midfielder von Miller suffered a knee injury during Thursday’s 28:25 win over the Lions and was ruled out after being wheeled into the locker room.
The initial diagnosis of Miller’s injury was a knee sprain, NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport said. Miller will undergo an MRI, among other tests, to confirm the diagnosis on Friday, but will miss some time, Rapoport added.
Head coach Sean McDermott told reporters at a post-match press conference that he had no update.
Miller was injured just over two minutes before the end of the first half when his foot was hit by a Detroit offensive lineman. He went to the touchline under his own power, but was taken away after he left the medical tent.
At the time of the injury, the eight-time professional bowler had one tackle in the game.
Miller has collected eight sacks and is forced to fumble this season for Buffalo after signing with the team in the offseason.
With Greg Russo and Miller’s understudy, AJ Epenesa, already out with ankle injuries, Buffalo was left with three defensive ends for the remainder of the game.