Found November 22, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Donald Jones could be done for the season after suffering a left ankle injury in Sunday's loss at Miami. Bills coach Chan Gailey estimated that Jones will be out for three to six weeks and said the wideout only has an "outside chance" of returning this season. Jones entered the game with 23 catches for 231 yards and a touchdown. The undrafted free agent out of Youngstown State had missed two games earlier this season due to an ankle injury.

The Buffalo Bills lose WR Donald Jones for the rest of the year

The Bills have placed 23-year old WR Donald Jones on the Injured Reserve List, ending his season due to an ankle injury.  Jones played in 8 games for the Bills this year and he caught 23 passes for 231 yards (10.0 avg) with 1 TD grab.  He has now played in 23 games in his first two years with the Bills and he has caught 41 passes for 444 yards (10.8 avg) with 2 TD grabs.  This...

Bills place CB McGee, WR Jones on injured reserve

Buffalo Bills starting cornerback Terrence McGee and receiver Donald Jones haven been placed on season-ending injured reserve. The team announced the moves Tuesday. McGee had surgery on his left knee Monday after getting hurt in Sunday's blowout loss to the Miami Dolphins. Jones also was hurt in the Miami game, aggravating a left ankle injury from earlier this season. McGee...

Bills' Jones suffers left leg injury vs. Dolphins

Buffalo Bills receiver Donald Jones has been carted off the field with a left ankle injury suffered against Miami.

Bills WR Jones carted off with left ankle injury

Buffalo Bills receiver Donald Jones has been carted off the field with a left ankle injury suffered against Miami.

Bills lose McGee for season, Donald Jones for 3 weeks

Unfortunately, we have some injuries to add to another insulting day for the Bills. Bills coach Chan Gailey said after Sunday’s latest blowout loss that starting cornerback Terrence McGee is likely to miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. The team is also expected to be without wideout Donald Jones for 3-6…

Bills Add Injury to Insult as McGee is Done for the Season

Not only were the Buffalo Bills embarrassed for the second straight week they now add injury to insult as Terrence McGee, Donald Jones, Fred Jackson and David Nelson were injured during a 35-8 shellacking thanks to the Miami Dolphins. Reports have now circled that the Buffalo Bills have lost cornerback Terrence McGee to a knee injury for the remainder of the season and wide...

Bills place WR Jones, CB McGee on IR

The Buffalo Bills have placed wide receiver Donald Jones and cornerback Terrence McGee on season-ending injured reserve.

Terrance McGee Likely Done for the Year

According to Paul Peck of WIVB-TV in Buffalo,  Bills cornerback Terrance McGee is likely done for the season with a knee injury. In other Bills injury news,  wide receiver Donald Jones will be out 3-6 weeks with an ankle injury and running back Fred Jackson’s x-ray’s were negative on his calf.  

Bills CB McGee, WR Jones carted off vs. Miami

The injury-plagued Buffalo Bills have lost two more players -- cornerback Terrence McGee and receiver Donald Jones.

Bills add a pair of receivers to roster

Another week, another pair of players placed on injured reserve for the Buffalo Bills. Cornerback Terrence McGee and wide receiver Donald Jones are the latest two to go down, as both were placed on the season-ending list today. To take their place, the Bills signed a pair of wide receivers to the 53-man roster. Kamar Aiken was promoted from the practice squad and the Bills signed...
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