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Bills safety Wilson to miss second straight game

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills starting safety George Wilson will miss Sunday's game against the New York Jets because of a neck injury.

It's the second straight game Wilson won't play after sustaining his injury in Buffalo's loss at Dallas on Nov. 13. He leads the team with four interceptions.

The Bills (5-5) will also be without receiver Naaman Roosevelt, who has a shoulder injury.

Newly acquired running back Tashard Choice practiced both Thursday and Friday, and could be active Sunday against the Jets (5-5). He was signed on Wednesday after the Bills put running back Fred Jackson on injured reserve with a broken right leg.

For a complete breakdown of all injuries around the league, visit's injury page.

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