Jets' Keller returns from head injury to start second half

New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller returned from a head injury to start the second half of Sunday's game at Buffalo.

The Jets had announced that Keller was questionable to return against the Bills after suffering a head injury during the second quarter. Keller was injured at the end of an 11-yard reception when he tried to hurdle a defender and landed on the back of his head and neck.

Keller was noticeably woozy when he got to his feet, and he had to be held up by a teammate and then members of the Bills' medical staff. He was brought to the Jets' bench, where he was talking with team medical staff.

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