- Associated Press - Monday, December 13, 2010

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - The Buffalo Bills‘ no-name group of receivers will look even more unrecognizable with starter Lee Evans out indefinitely with a sprained ankle.

Coach Chan Gailey expects Evans to miss the next two games, and isn’t sure the player will be healthy in time for the season finale against the Jets on Jan. 2. Evans was hurt in the second quarter of a 13-6 win over Cleveland on Sunday.

Evans‘ injury further depletes a group that’s without Roscoe Parrish, who broke his wrist five weeks ago.

The Bills (3-10) are left with four healthy receivers in preparing to play at Miami (7-6) on Sunday. It’s a group led by Stevie Johnson, and rounded out by three undrafted rookies: David Nelson, Donald Jones and Naaman Roosevelt.