AFC East injury report: Brandon Lloyd leaves game with undisclosed ailment

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The New England Patriots are hoping nothing is seriously wrong with Brandon Lloyd, after he left Sunday with a mysterious injury.

Not only losing a 24-23 game Sunday, the New England Patriots also sustained a few injuries, although the severity of of them isn't known yet. Wide receiver Brandon Lloyd had to leave the game late in the fourth quarter after laying out along the sideline in an effort to make a catch. It's not known exactly what happened, so for now it's being called an undisclosed injury.

Running back Brandon Bolden was limited all week in practice with a bad knee but was able to play on Sunday. Unfortunately, Bolden was forced out of action early after aggravating the ailment.

The Miami Dolphins didn't have a notable injury against the St. Louis Rams. Right now, the Dolphins are hoping running back Daniel Thomas can return for their next game after suffering a concussion in Week 5.

The Jets lost running back Bilal Powell to a shoulder injury and running back Joe McKnight to an ankle injury. Both are expected to undergo MRIs on Monday.

The Buffalo Bills were fortunate, escaping the injury bug in their contest.

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