Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe is still getting tests on his injured right ankle, coach Sean McDermott said Monday. Defensive back Siran Neal is in the concussion protocol, McDermott said. Nsekhe hurt his right ankle when Miami Dolphins defensive end Avery Moss rolled into him while Moss was pursuing running Devin Singletary. He did not return to the game. Nsekhe instantly went down and grabbed the leg as athletic trainers rushed on to the field. He was down on the field for a few minutes as trainers immobilized the leg and helped him get on the cart. McDermott said he is confident in rookie Cody Ford to play right tackle, whether that is in a full-time or part-time role going forward.
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