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Leodis McKelvin was the latest Bills player to sustain an injury.
McKelvin recovered the muffed punt by Antonio Cromartie thata led to Brad Smith touchdown that tied the game at 21, but after recovering the ball McKelvin was the victim of a late hit as Jets LB Nick Bellore buried the crown of his helmet into McKelvin’s left side.
“They said it’s ribs,” said head coach Chan Gailey right after the game. ”He couldn’t go back so I don’t know the severity of it.”
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