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Bills: DE Alex Carrington has quad injury, could miss season

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The Bills’ defensive line has lost one of its starters to a season-threatening injury.

Defensive end Alex Carrington suffered a quadriceps injury in Sunday’s loss at the Jets, the club disclosed on its Twitter feed on Monday, as did Joe Buscaglia of 550 AM in Buffalo. The injury appears likely to end Carrington’s season, coach Doug Marrone said, according to Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com.

Carrington has started at left defensive end in each of Buffalo’s first three games and has played at least 63 percent of the snaps in all three contests.

“He’s done everything we’ve asked him to do. It’s tough. He’s a great player and a great man,” Marrone said of Carrington on Monday, according to the club.

With Carrington out, former Seahawks lineman Alan Branch could see more playing time, Marrone said.

The 26-year-old Carrington (6-5, 301) has notched 10 tackles this season. He is in his fourth NFL season. He played collegiately at Arkansas State.

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3 Responses to “Bills: DE Alex Carrington has quad injury, could miss season”
  1. bdepri5748 says: Sep 23, 2013 2:47 PM

    More injuries…augh!! Where was the pass rush yesterday? Why the boring play calling? Why was EJ so off on his throws? This season is already looking VERY familiar!!!

  2. marvsleezy says: Sep 23, 2013 3:19 PM

    Mario, Carrington and Darius were all knocked out with leg injuries on questionable plays. The Jets are a dirty team. 3 Dlinemen knocked out with leg injuries should never happen.

  3. george1859 says: Sep 23, 2013 3:36 PM

    The Bills are perennially the most injured team in the history of the human race.
    Why is that OBD?

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