Justise Hairston, a first-year running back out of Central Connecticut, could miss the rest of the season with a knee injury Buffalo Bills coach Dick Jauron said on Sunday.
Hairston was injured during no-contact conditioning drills during the morning session of Saturday’s practice. The injury was initially believed to be minor although Hairston did not return for the afternoon session.
“That was so disappointing for the young man in literally a walk through and it was so freakish," Jauron said. “It involved no contact at all. It’s a knee injury and we think it may be season ending. It’s very, very disappointing for us and extremely disappointing for the young man.’’
Also, defensive tackle Marcus Stroud injured his hamstring and Jauron said he could miss the next 5-7 days of practice.
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