Terrence McGee Injury: Bills Cornerback Likely Done For The Season

Terrence McGee had to be carted off the field during the first quarter of Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins with an apparent knee injury. That injury will now likely keep the cornerback out for the season according to head coach Chan Gailey. The Buffalo Bills may have also lost Donald Jones for the year, capping what has been all around ugly day for Buffalo.

McGee's knee had to be immobilized when being taken off the field, an unfortunate sign that his injury was more than just a stinger. He got tangled up on a second quarter touchdown pass to Dolphins' receiver Davone Bess and immediately began clutching his knee when he hit the ground. 

Reggie Corner and Leodis McKelvin should see extended minutes in upcoming weeks with McGee out of the lineup. Regardless, this is a major blow to the Bills who have now lost three straight. 

For more on the Bills, head over to the SB Nation blog Buffalo Rumblings. Stay tuned to our Week 11 StoryStream for more updates on Sunday's action.

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