LT Wang Out With Injury

If there has been one constant throughout the past few seasons with the Buffalo Bills, it’s been the team’s inability to escape from the injury bug. And so far in this year’s training camp, it seems as if it’s happening yet again.

While Paul Posluszny, Chris Kelsay, Demetrius Bell, Keith Ellison, and Kawika Mitchell have already been limited, or sitting out training camp, two rookies will now be joining them on the sidelines.

The first is rookie LB Danny Batten, the Bills 6th round pick out of South Dakota State. Batten recently went down with a shoulder injury, with Coach Chan Gailey is calling it a “fairly significant injury”.
JACKSONVILLE, FL - DECEMBER 1: Tackle Ed Wang #77 of the Virginia Tech Hokies sets to block against the Boston College Eagles in the ACC Championship Game at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium on December 1, 2007 in Jacksonville, Florida. The Hokies won the title 30 - 16 and will play in the Orange Bowl. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
The second rookie is LT Ed Wang, the Bills 5th round pick out of Virginia Tech. According to ProFootballTalk, Ed Wang sustained a hand injury and that it may require surgery.

We’ll know more of the injuries to these two rookies as they visit the Bills team doctors today.

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