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Bills leave D.C. banged up after 30-7 loss

After two successful preseason games, the Buffalo Bills left Washington with more questions than answers.

Kevin Kolb left the game with concussion like symptoms, C.J. Spiller appeared to barely avoid serious injury, and the Bills lost 30-7 to the Redskins.

Stephon Gilmore and Da'Norris Searcy were also injured in the loss.

Kolb's injury is most concerning for Buffalo, who is already without rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel. As of late Saturday, Jeff Tuel was the only healthy quarterback on the Bills roster.

The Redskins had quarterback concerns of their own, with both Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins missing the game with injuries. But Rex Grossman did just fine against the Bills D.

The Bills will close out the 2013 preseason Thursday against the Lions at Ralph Wilson Stadium

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