The Carolina Panthers will be without Greg Olsen for a while. (Mike McCarn/Associated Press)

The Carolina Panthers suffered a significant loss Sunday, when tight end Greg Olsen broke his foot in the 9-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills.

“I’m going to miss a lot of games. It sucks,” Olsen said.

“I knew something wasn’t right,” Olsen, who has three straight 1,000-yard seasons, said. “Came in, took and X-ray, and it was pretty straightforward.”

Olsen was hurt late in the first half and returned to the sideline wearing a walking boot and using crutches.

The Panthers, who are 2-0, have Ed Dickson and Chris Manhertz as reserves.

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