The Buffalo Bills will be without safety Taylor Rapp for the rest of today’s game, at least. Rapp and cornerback Taron Johnson were both shaken up after a collision with Jets running back Breece Hall.
Johnson was able to get up and move on his own, but Rapp stayed down on the field, and the training staff and medical personnel tended to him while an ambulance came onto the field.
Although Rapp initially remained standing, he then seemed to grab his neck before eventually moving his hands to his head/neck area and collapsing on the turf. Rapp was seen moving his hands while being placed on a backboard and loaded into an ambulance to be taken off the field.
The Bills have not yet announced a specific injury for Rapp, and he will presumably be evaluated at a hospital in Buffalo.