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Report: Kevin Kolb's concussion could threaten career

The Bills limped away from Saturday's preseason loss in Washington with plenty of injury concerns. But their biggest concern may now involved a key player's well being off the football field.

Tim Graham of the Buffalo News was the first to report the Bills are worried the concussion suffered by quarterback Kevin Kolb in Saturday's game may very well end his career, and the team is preparing for the season with that in mind.

Buffalo aquired two quarterbacks on Sunday, signing free agent Matt Leinart, and trading for Detroit Lions backup Thaddeus Lewis.

Kolb was hurt on a scramble during the team's second possession in the first quarter. He would finish the drive, which ended with a C.J. Spiller touchdown run, but left the game afterwards.


Injuries and concussions have been an issue for Kolb throughout his career.

Coach Doug Marrone is scheduled to address the media on Monday after practice.

 
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