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Buffalo Bills' David Nelson injures leg, will miss four to five days

  • By Associated Press
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PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson was relieved to learn he will miss only a few days of training-camp practice after being diagnosed with a strained tendon in his right leg.

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Nelson provided the update after missing practice Sunday, a day after he was hurt. He walked with a slight limp and was wearing a wrap around his injured leg.

Nelson initially feared the injury was worse after he was pushed over during a team drill and defensive end Mario Williams rolled up on his leg.

Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey expects Nelson to miss between four and five days. The Bills get a day off Monday, before returning to training camp in suburban Rochester on Tuesday.

Reserve cornerback Justin Rogers didn't finish practice Sunday after hurting his hamstring.

Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press

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