Josh Norman out indefinitely with hamstring injury

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Bills cornerback Josh Norman, who exited Thursday’s practice early with a left hamstring injury, will miss some time.

Bills coach Sean McDermott said the team isn’t sure how long it will take Norman to be ready to go.

“We don’t know the severity exactly. Those things take some time to get a good read on,” McDermott said, via the Buffalo News. “He’ll continue to learn and be out there when he can. The biggest thing right now is that he maximizes his treatment opportunities so he can get back out there as quickly as possible.”

Norman signed a one-year, $6 million contract with the Bills this year. He spent the last four years in Washington and four years before that in Carolina.

9 responses to “Josh Norman out indefinitely with hamstring injury

  1. Can’t believe they gave Josh Norman 6 million. Not this year Bills mafia. Still bad karma left over from 4 straight superbowl losses. Josh Allen will not be MVP. Stephon Diggs would need a much bigger catch radius to haul in those passes. Peace out.

  2. Soft tissue.. did not stretch properly due to being lazy and cutting corners. That is Norman

  3. Almost 33 years old, bad hamstring at a position that requires speed and quickness.He had a hamstring injury last year as well, not sure if its the same leg. Didnt even play after week 9 last year…probably wont see much of him this year

  4. For his career, Norman got paid more than he produced. And this is his last stop

  5. He was never good. The ones that run their mouth and ask for #24 are
    never as good as they think.

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