Former Boston College Eagle and Buffalo Bills starting linebacker Matt Milano looks to be done for the season, as during the first quarter of Sunday's Week 5 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London, Milano was carted off.
The linebacker had his leg caught under a pile of players as a teammate was making a tackle on Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Head Coach Sean McDermott stated it was a lower leg/knee injury in the post-game press conference, commenting "it's not looking good." The Bills medical staff then later confirmed it is indeed a leg fracture/knee injury, which likely means Milano is done for the year.
This is a massive loss for the Bills defense, who has been enjoying one of his most successful professional seasons to date. Before exiting, Milano had 30 tackles, one forced fumble, and two interceptions on the year. This now marks the second week in a row that the Buffalo defense has lost a key member for the season, as Tre'Davious White went down last week with a season-ending Achilles injury.