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T.Y. Hilton injures knee in Colts' loss to Bills

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The Indianapolis Colts couldn't come from behind to beat the Buffalo Bills in the fourth quarter, a tough task to do without their top wide receiver.

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T.Y. Hilton injured his knee during the fourth quarter and didn't return in the 27-14 loss to the Bills. Chuck Pagano said in the postgame conference that Hilton's X-rays were negative and the wideout sustained a bruised knee. Pagano added that Hilton should be fine.

After being left out of the offense for the first three quarters, first-round pick Phillip Dorsett came in to replace Hilton.

Hilton led the Colts in targets (14), catches (7) and yards (88) prior to the injury.

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