Bills safety leaves with concussion-like symptoms

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Green Bay Packers starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga sustained a concussion in a 21-13 loss at the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

Bulaga was hurt early in the fourth quarter while attempting to make a tackle after Bills safety Bacarri Rambo intercepted Aaron Rodgers for a second time. Bulaga was on the field for several minutes before being helped off.

It's unclear whether he'll be available to play next week, when the Packers (10-4) travel to play Tampa Bay.

Packers linebacker Nick Perry returned after hurting his shoulder while tackling Fred Jackson early in the third quarter.

For Buffalo (8-6), backup safety Duke Williams did not return after experiencing concussion-like symptoms after tackling Randall Cobb following a 20-yard catch over the middle. Rambo was forced to fill in because the Bills starting safety Da'Norris Searcy did not play because of a hamstring injury.

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