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Bills' Hogan out 2-4 weeks with knee sprain

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Chris Hogan will be out two to four weeks with a knee sprain he suffered in Thursday night's 11-10 preseason victory against the Cleveland Browns, The News has learned.

Hogan suffered the injury while catching a four-yard pass from Tyrod Taylor late in the first quarter, according to an NFL source. He also sustained a less serious ankle injury on the same play, the source said.

Hogan missed the rest of the game and joined long list of injured Bills receivers.

Sammy Watkins (tight glute), Robert Woods (hamstring), Percy Harvin (hip), and Marcus Easley (knee) did not play against the Browns.

 

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