Bills' Jackson hurting after calf injury, McGee done for season

The Buffalo Bills' once promising season has taken a turn for the worse with a three-game losing streak and a slew of injuries to key players.

That list starts with cornerback Terrence McGee, who Bills coach Chan Gailey confirmed had surgery Monday on his injured right knee. The Buffalo News reported the surgery was to repair McGee's left patella tendon.

Gailey also suggested the injured reserve list is a possibility for wide receiver Donald Jones, who didn't return in the 35-8 loss at Miami after leaving with the ankle injury. Gailey confirmed after the game that Jones injured the same ankle that caused him to miss two games this season, calling it "another bad sprain."

There's also the case of Fred Jackson, who sat out the majority of the second half with the right calf injury. Gailey said Jackson was "hurting," and the team would wait and see on his status for Sunday's game against the New York Jets, but he doubted Jackson would take part in practices early in the week.

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