Bills lose Matt Milano badly in first half in London


Bills linebacker Matt Milano suffered a very serious foot injury in the first half of today’s game against the Jaguars.

Milo had to be taken to the locker room, and the Bills immediately announced that he was out of the game with a knee injury. The team medical staff was seen placing a large plaster on Milo’s leg, which is often a sign that an injury is serious.

Milo was a first-team All-Pro last season and is one of the Bills’ best players, and it would be a huge loss for Buffalo if he is out for the season. Rookie Dorian Williams replaced Milo on defense, but no one can replace Milo.

Several other players were concussed during the first half, but none appeared to be as serious as Milo’s injury.

The Bills struggled in the first half, but finally got on the board in the second quarter to cut the Jaguars’ lead to 11–7.


Leave a Comment

“The Untold Story: Yung Miami’s Response to Jimmy Butler’s Advances During an NBA Playoff Game” “Unveiling the Secrets: 15 Astonishing Facts About the PGA Championship”