ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Buffalo Bills receiver Sammy Watkins will miss at least eight weeks resting an injury to his surgically repaired left foot after the team placed him on the reserved-injured list.

The Bills announced the move on Friday afternoon, a few hours after Coach Rex Ryan expressed “major concern” over the receiver’s injury.

Watkins had already been ruled out from playing at New England on Sunday, and missed last weekend’s game against Arizona. He’s been sidelined since a teammate stepped on his foot during a walk-through session last week.

PATRIOTS: Quarterbacks Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett were both listed as questionable on the injury report for New England’s game Sunday against Buffalo at home.

Garoppolo did not play in the Patriots’ win over Houston on Sept. 22 because of a shoulder injury he sustained against Miami on Sept. 18.

Brissett, who started in Garoppolo’s place against Houston, suffered a right thumb injury during the game.

Tight end Rob Gronkowski, linebackers Jonathan Freeny and Dont’a Hightower, cornerback Eric Rowe, and offensive linemen Marcus Cannon and Jonathan Cooper were also listed as questionable.

COWBOYS: Dez Bryant is questionable for Dallas’ game against San Francisco, and remorseful about going AWOL on the Cowboys early in the week over fear about his knee injury.

The 2014 All-Pro receiver didn’t practice all week after sustaining a hairline fracture in a bone in his right knee in last week’s win over Chicago.

Owner Jerry Jones said on his radio show Friday that an X-ray the night of the game revealed the hairline fracture, and Bryant missed a follow-up MRI on Monday and team meetings Tuesday because he didn’t want to get some bad news.

BROWNS: Coach Hue Jackson says the team has “moved on” from suspended wide receiver Josh Gordon.

A day after Gordon said he’s entering rehab, Jackson made it clear the Browns have ended their relationship with the 25-year-old, whose off-field troubles have kept him from building on a breakout season in 2013.

Jackson reiterated that the team supports Gordon, who was on the brink of returning from a four-game NFL suspension for his latest drug violation. Jackson said his focus needs to on “taking care of the players that are here.”

SEAHAWKS: Quarterback Russell Wilson will start Sunday against the Jets despite a knee sprain. Coach Pete Carroll said Wilson made it through the week of practices with no setbacks.

 Receiver Doug Baldwin has told “60 Minutes Sports” that he’s received death threats in the wake of his decision to speak out about the need for reviewing police tactics.

“I had a few (death threats). A couple of people told me to watch my back,” Baldwin is quoted as saying in the transcript released Friday. The interview is scheduled to air on Showtime next Tuesday.

JETS: Receiver Eric Decker has a partially torn rotator cuff that will sideline him for the team’s game against Seattle.

Coach Todd Bowles called Decker “week to week” with the shoulder injury.

CHARGERS: Rookie Joey Bosa has been ruled out of his fourth straight game due to a hamstring injury.

Bosa missed all of training camp during a nasty contract dispute and then hurt himself after he signed.