ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Bills rookie quarterback EJ Manuel had what the team called minor left knee surgery Saturday and is out the rest of the preseason.
The ex-FSU standout was hurt Friday against the Vikings. The team did not say how. He went 10 of 12 passing for 92 yards over three second-half series. Over two games he is 26-of-33 for 199 yards and two touchdowns.
Kevin Kolb, also competing at quarterback, will start against the Redskins on Saturday. After sitting out the opener with a left knee injury, he was 13-of-21 for 111 yards and an interception Friday. Undrafted rookie Jeff Tuel is the third-string quarterback.
Charger bruises lung: San Diego receiver Eddie Royal bruised a lung when he landed on his back after a catch in practice. He also was being evaluated for a concussion, the team said.
Browns rookie better: Cleveland rookie linebacker Barkevious Mingo was released from a Cleveland hospital two days after bruising a lung. This year's No. 6 overall draft pick said he believes he was hurt while covering a kickoff against the Lions on Thursday.
Broncos: Defensive end Derek Wolfe left in an ambulance after injuring his neck while being blocked against the Seahawks on Saturday. He was being evaluated but had movement in all his extremities, the team said.
Dolphins: Tight end Dustin Keller was carted off with a right knee injury against the Texans on Saturday. His leg bent unnaturally when he was hit on an incompletion.
Eagles: Starting left tackle Jason Peters (hamstring) practiced for the first time since July 31.
Falcons: Tight end Tony Gonzalez, allowed to take time off from camp, was set to return today.
Raiders: Cornerback D.J. Hayden, the 12th draft pick in April, was cleared for contact and set to practice without limitations for the first time since a near-fatal heart injury in November.
Redskins: Tight end Fred Davis was fined $7,875 for a touchdown dance — shaking, going to the turf and shaking more — Aug. 8.
Texans: Receiver DeAndre Hopkins, the 27th draft pick in April, sustained a head injury against the Dolphins on Saturday. The team did not give details.
Cardinals 12, Cowboys 7: The starting offense for the visiting Cowboys committed two turnovers. Tony Romo was 7-of-10 for 142 yards but saw two receivers lose fumbles. Arizona's Carson Palmer was 7-of-15 for 66 yards.
Bengals 27, Titans 19: The host Bengals' starting offense had 220 yards and led 17-3 at halftime. Andy Dalton was 9-of-14 for 115 yards. Jake Locker played all the first half for the Titans, going 12-of-20 for 116 yards. Three drives ended with missed field goals.
Jets 37, Jags 13: Mark Sanchez led five scoring drives — a sixth drive ended with a goal-line interception — over three quarters for the host Jets. His competition to start, rookie Geno Smith, sat with a sprained right ankle. Jags quarterback Blaine Gabbert sprained his right thumb when he hit it on a helmet. Before that, Gabbert, battling Chad Henne to start, went 13-of-16 for 165 yards and a touchdown.