Wood, 31, is a team captain who has become a fan favorite over his nine seasons with the Bills, as much for his tireless work off the field as for his contributions on it. Most recently, the Eric Wood Fund raised more than $57,000 at a November fundraiser to support programming at the John R. Oishei Children's Hospital of Buffalo. He played in 100 percent of the Bills' offensive snaps for the 2017 snaps.
Per the Buffalo News, Wood did not return messages seeking comment. According to the report, a news conference is scheduled for Monday. Team officials have not responded to requests for comment.
Multiple sources confirmed to The News on Friday morning that a Bills offensive starter had suffered a serious injury. The sources said they could not reveal the player's name because they are respecting the player's request not to be identified.
Wood, 31, was a Bills' first-round draft pick in 2009 and is coming off a season in which he was the only Bills player to play 100 percent of the snaps.