The Buffalo Bills entered Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs without Mario Williams and Kyle Williams. On Monday, it was reported that the Bills lost another defensive lineman. According to a report from Ian Rapoport, Alex Carrington will be out for the remainder of the season after tearing a quad tendon against Kansas City.
The Bills already intended to place Kyle Williams on the injured reserve this week and he'll now be joined by Carrington. This leaves Buffalo's defensive line with the likes of Jerry Hughes, I.K. Enemkpali, Corbin Bryant and Stefan Charles as Mario Williams deals with his foot injury. Needless to say, the Bills will probably add two defensive linemen this week once Kyle Williams and Carrington are placed on the injured reserve.
In seven games this season, Carrington registered eight total tackles. Carrington was starting to see more playing time and had registered five quarterback pressures in Week 10 and 11.