Urbik was hurt in the second quarter, when he went down while protecting Fitzpatrick, who overthrew receiver T.J. Graham on a deep pass. Urbik limped to the sideline and tested his right foot before being escorted to the locker room for tests.
Receiver Donald Jones, who scored on a 68-yard touchdown catch, and tight end Scott Chandler, who scored twice, did not return after taking blows to the head in the second half.
Gailey called the injuries to Jones and Chandler as appearing to be minor.
The injuries come as the Bills (2-2) enter the toughest stretch of their schedule in which they’ll play four of their next five games on the road. It starts with a West Coast swing in which Buffalo will play San Francisco and Arizona over the next two weekends.
Patriots linebacker Dont’a Hightower did not return after hurting his hamstring in the first half.
Coach Bill Belichick declined to provide an update following the game.
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