Found January 19, 2012 on Inside the Bills:
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As we took a closer look at Buffalo’s injured reserve list from this past season for today’s home page story at we found that knee injuries were the most prevalent. Below we break down the injury totals. Injury – number Knee – 5 Shoulder – 3 Achilles – 2 Ankle – 2 Leg – 2 Back – 1 Groin - 1 Medical – 1

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