The Buffalo Bills will be without an offensive weapon for a while after an announcement Monday evening by head coach Sean McDermott. The Bills have lost several starters for the season. The injury bug has affected the defense the most, but now a tight end will have to undergo surgery.
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The Buffalo Bills lose a tight end to surgery
According to Adam Schefter with ESPN, McDermott said tight end Dawson Knox will miss time due to his wrist injury. Knox will have surgery on his wrist. The Bills are unsure when Knox can return.
Bills’ HC Sean McDermott said TE Dawson Knox will have surgery on his wrist and “it’s too early to say how much time he’ll miss.”
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 23, 2023
Knox has 15 receptions for 102 yards and one touchdown reception this season. Knox hasn’t been featured as much in the Bills offense this season as he has in the past. Knox made the Pro Bowl last season with 48 receptions for 517 yards and six touchdowns.
Our Lads projects rookie first-round pick Dalton Kincaid to be the replacement for Knox while he rehabs from the surgery.
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