Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee was injured on the team's first defensive play from scrimmage in Sunday's 41-7 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. As it turns out, McGee injured his hamstring, and it'll cost him a significant chunk of playing time.
Bills head coach Chan Gailey confirmed as much to assembled media on Monday afternoon, saying that McGee would miss "a few weeks" of playing time.
McGee was injured on the back side of a 15-yard pass from Matt Cassel to Leonard Pope on Kansas City's first offensive play of the game. On television replays, McGee was visible on his knees on the ground, holding the back of his leg. He was very soon thereafter ruled out for the rest of the contest.
The oft-injured McGee will be replaced in the lineup by rookie Aaron Williams, who saw a significant chunk of playing time yesterday. Drayton Florence and Leodis McKelvin will start, with Williams playing the nickel role. The team now has just four healthy corners on the roster.
For McGee, this will be the seventh consecutive season that he's missed a game due to injury. He appeared in just nine games last season.