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The Buffalo Bills have lost 31-year old starting CB Terrence McGee for the year due to a torn patella tendon. He had surgery today to repair it. McGee played in 6 games for the Bills this year and he had 28 tackles, 2 passes defensed and 1 tackle for a loss. McGee has now played in 115 games in his first 9 years with the Bills and he has 512 tackles, 17 interceptions (1 TD return), 96 passes defensed, 15 tackles for a loss, 3 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 3 fumble recoveries.
The Bills will have to start 30-year old Drayton Florence and 21-year old rookie Aaron Williams at CB the rest of the season, and that could spell trouble. Florence has played in all 10 games for the Bills so far this year and he has 32 tackles, 6 passes defensed and 2 interceptions (1 returned for a TD). Williams has played in 4 games for the Bills so far this year and he has 12 tackles. The Bills need these two guys to step up, or they are going to have big time trouble against passing teams.
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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.
The Buffalo Bills' once promising season has taken a turn for the worst with a three-game losing streak and a slew of injuries to key players. The hard-luck Bills now can add cornerback Terrence McGee to the list of players lost for the season
Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee is expected to miss the remainder of the season because of a knee injury he sustained during Sunday's game against Miami.
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…
The injury-plagued Buffalo Bills have lost two more players -- cornerback Terrence McGee and receiver Donald Jones.
Head coach Chan Gailey confirmed that Aaron Williams will start at LCB in place of Terrence McGee who went on injured reserve Tuesday. The question is will he move into the slot just as McGee did when Buffalo goes to their nickel package?
When Terrence McGee was out of the lineup the first three games of the season, Aaron Williams filled his role in the slot on nickel packages, while...
Leodis McKelvin spent most of Sunday afternoon in Miami on the sidelines as rookies Aaron Williams and Justin Rogers went on the field defensively instead, even after the season-ending injury to Terrence McGee. Head coach Chan Gailey was asked Monday if McKelvin will remain at the back end of the depth chart.
“That remains to be seen,” said Gailey. ”Obviously with the injury...
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...
The Buffalo Bills have placed wide receiver Donald Jones and cornerback Terrence McGee on season-ending injured reserve.
Arizona: DT Dan Williams (arm), RT Brandon Keith (concussion). Buffalo: RB Fred Jackson (leg), WR Donald Jones (ankle), CB Terrence McGee (leg). Chicago: QB Jay Cutler (broken thumb). Green Bay: RB James Starks (knee).
The season-ending injury to cornerback Terrence McGee will thrust rookie Aaron Williams into the starting lineup against the New York Jets. Bills coach Chan Gailey confirmed that Williams, not Leodis McKelvin, will start opposite Drayton Florence.
It looks like strong safety George Wilson will miss another week due to his shoulder injury. Da'Norris Searcy would start in place...