FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -Buffalo quarterback J.P. Losman left Sunday's game against the New England Patriots after one series that ended when he fumbled as he was sacked.
Trent Edwards replaced him for Buffalo's second possession. Losman returned to the bench and warmed up while Edwards drove the offense to a touchdown and remained in the game.
Losman went down when he was sacked by New England cornerback Ellis Hobbs, who knocked the ball away. It was recovered by defensive lineman Jarvis Green.
The Bills, who lost tight end Kevin Everett to a life-threatening spinal cord injury in Week 1, had a scare when linebacker Paul Posluszny was injured early in the second quarter and remained on the field for about 10 minutes. Players from both teams watched intently as a golf cart was brought onto the field, but Posluszny climbed in on his own.
He had a broken left forearm, team spokesman Scott Berchtold said.

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