The "other" Kalil, veteran center Ryan, missed Sunday's game with neck soreness.
According to a report by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Olsen's injury is not considered season-ending, and the tight end estimates he'll miss around six games. He tried to go back in but knew something was wrong. He was taken to the locker room where he later emerged on crutches.
"After we talk to the doctors and to RV, we'll have a better sense to the amount of time", Rivera said. "It just depends on who they try to take away and, quite honestly for us, who steps up".
Olsen's injury comes at a time when the Panthers needed him to be on the field the most.
In two games, the trio has combined for 11 catches for 149 yards and a touchdown by Holmes.
After all, at the end of the day, the Bills are only 1-1 overall. "We're getting ready to face a lot of high-powered offenses, and defensively we have to be prepared for that and understand it's only going to get tougher as we continue to go". "There were certainly some things we could've done better and we didn't get it done". "I've been around a couple coaches that have had what I would consider pretty good success in this league, one of which is Andy Reid". Ed is more than capable.
B Coaching: The trendy reaction on social media, etc., after a win like this is to blame the offensive coordinator and the rest of the coaching staff. Benjamin led the group with six catches for 77 yards, followed by Devin Funchess with four for 68 yards. It's likely wide receivers Curtis Samuel and Russell Shepard could see a few more balls thrown their way, too.
Cam Newton and Co. have opened the season 2-0 and are coming off of a 9-3 win against the Bills on Sunday, while the Saints are looking to bounce back from losses to the Vikings and the Patriots, which they lost by 10 and 16 points, respectively. "He's a diamond in the rough".
Rather than pin blame on the offense, Frazier noted the defense's inability to generate a turnover, after managing two interceptions against the Jets.
Carolina (2-0) had a chance to put the game away before Gano's 20-yard field goal with 2:35 remaining.
Though we won't know quite how serious Olsen's injury is until he visits a doctor Monday, it's sounds like he's going to lose a solid chunk of the season. He had 80 catches for 1,073 yards past year and has 52 career touchdown receptions. "Offensively we need to make up for it".
"We came out and swarmed all over them", Addison said.