May 14, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive back Leodis McKelvin (21) runs a drill at organized team activities at Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Injuries seem to haunt the Buffalo Bills


Another week down and the Buffalo Bills are a couple more players in the hole with injuries.  Four players went down during the game and did not return to action.  One of the more important ones to go down though was Leodis McKelvin, and it showed.  McKelvin left the game with a hamstring injury.  If it is serious he could miss a couple of weeks minimally.

I said it back in training camp and at the start of the season and I will say it again, the Buffalo Bills NEED to bring in a veteran corner back to help secure the young and inexperienced crew they have at the moment.  Rogers is not a starting corner back, and with the play yesterday will he ever be. The rookie Robey is next in line.  Even if McKelvin is healthy enough to go this next week against the Ravens, they still need to bring in a veteran that knows his way around the secondary.  It is either that or, they have 6 safeties on the roster.  Move Aaron Williams back to CB and at least give it a little support.

The other three players that left the game were CJ Spiller with a knee injury, Alex Carrington with a knee injury and Marcel Dareus with an ankle injury.  All four players will be re-evaluated later today.  Hopefully none are out for an extended period of time, as the Bills can not afford to lose any of these guys right now.

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