NFL injuries, AFC East: Marquise Goodwin leaves with hurting hand

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Injuries were held to a minimum in the division during Week 1.

In Week One, the four teams in the AFC East all seemed to avoid any serious injuries. Sure, there were the minor bumps and bruises but overall, a solid week of health for all parties involved.

The Buffalo Bills came into the game with a bevy of injuries and added a few more with wide receiver Marquise Goodwin being forced to leave with a hand injury. Linebacker Ron Brooks also left with a foot issue.

In Cleveland, the Miami Dolphins lost corner Dimitri Patterson to a groin injury, although it doesn't appear to be a serious ailment, according to USA Today.

Danny Amendola left the game briefly with a groin injury but returned to play very well against Buffalo, amassing over 100 receiving yards. The New York Jets watched center Nick Mangold leave the field with a arm injury, but finished the game in an 18-17 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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