Kolb leaves with head injury; Grossman, White lead Redskins to 30-7 win over Bills

Published August 24, 2013

| Associated Press

Washington's Rex Grossman threw for 171 yards, and Buffalo's Kevin Kolb left with concussion-like symptoms in the Redskins' 30-7 win over the Bills on Saturday.

Grossman got the start for the Redskins because Robert Griffin III hasn't been cleared for games following reconstructive knee surgery, and second-stringer Kirk Cousins has a sprained right foot.

Grossman completed 11 of 21 passes with one touchdown.

Kolb started for the Bills after first-round pick EJ Manuel hurt his left knee in the Bills' previous game. But Kolb was kneed in the back of the helmet after a scramble in the first quarter, leaving undrafted rookie Jeff Tuel as Buffalo's only healthy quarterback.

Tuel completed 10 of 17 passes for 63 yards.

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