Buffalo Bills Preseason Injuries Continue as WR David Nelson Goes Down

August 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2009, the Buffalo Bills were plagued by an injury bug that left an astonishing 18 players on injured reserve at the end of the season, with many starters missing time throughout the year as well.
On top of that, the Bills seemed to have a different offensive line combination every week, complete with players scrounged up from the practice squads of various NFL teams.
This season seems to be getting off to the same start under a completely new training and coaching staff. The Bills have been without fifth round draft selection Ed Wang, an offensive tackle out of Virginia Tech, since early June after he suffered a high ankle sprain in rookie mini-camps.
Joe Klopfenstein, one of the midseason acquisitions from 2009, was placed on injured reserve on July 22, after suffering an undisclosed injury one week before the beginning of training camp.
Throughout training camps the problems continued, as Keith Ellison, Jon Corto, Paul Posluszny, Spencer Johnson, Dan...

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