Bills starting TE Derek Schouman suffered a right knee injury as well late in the third quarter.
Also knocked out of the game in the first half were starting cornerback Leodis McKelvin with an ankle problem and rookie backup tight end Shawn Nelson with a sprained shoulder.
Coach Dick Jauron did not have an update on the injured players after the Bills' 33-20 victory.
"They're all going to need a little time to evaluate," Jauron said. "I never think the worst. We'll just wait and see what happens."
Schouman, who was carted off the field, was walking without a noticeable limp in the locker room. He expressed some optimism about his injury, saying the initial examination on his knee did not reveal any torn ligaments, a minor miracle considering how his leg stuck in the turf and then bent underneath him as he got tackled by Buccaneers safety Will Allen. It is still possible that Schouman's knee is sprained, which would sideline him for a few weeks.