Reggie Torbor adds to Bills' injury woes
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills starting linebacker Reggie Torbor has an injured shoulder that will keep him sidelined indefinitely. Coach Chan Gailey said Wednesday that Torbor will be out "a long time." Torbor injured his shoulder in Sunday's overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Right guard Eric Wood (ankle), cornerback Terrence McGee (nerve behind knee), defensive tackle Torell Troup (fibula), linebacker Chris Kelsay (illness) and tight end Shawn Nelson (illness) all missed Wednesday's practice. Wood, McGee and Nelson all were inactive against Pittsburgh.
The Bills (2-9) play at Minnesota (4-7) on Sunday.
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