OT Taylor Lewan, WR Julio Jones among Titans players injured in win over Bills

Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan was carted off the field on a backboard in the first half of Monday' night's game against the Buffalo Bills.

The team soon announced that Lewan has movement in all extremities and is being evaluated for a concussion.

It was the most frightening injury of the night for the Titans, but certainly not the only one during their dramatic 34-31 win over the Bills.

Late in the game, receiver Julio Jones was ruled out with a hamstring injury. Jones' ruling followed first-round rookie cornerback Caleb Farley exiting in the second quarter.

Tennessee also had wide receiver/kick returner Cameron Batson ruled out with a knee injury and running back Jeremy McNichols (ankle) was the first Titans player to take an early exit.

During a Derrick Henry run in the red zone, Lewan's head collided with a Bills defender and then smacked against the ground. He remained motionless until offering a thumbs up as he exited the field while strapped into a gurney. The three-time Pro Bowler was replaced by Kendall Lamm.

Earlier in the quarter, Farley was also carted to the locker room after being unable to put any weight on his left leg as he was helped off the field.

Jones' designation came with him standing on the sideline with the game still on the line.

While the Titans got the victory on Monday night, they paid a toll.

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