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Buffalo Bills lose Rod Streater during Eagles preseason game

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The Bills got out of Philly relatively healthy, but an underdog suffers an injury

The Buffalo Bills got away pretty healthy after their 20-16 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. None of the starters suffered any serious injury. Kyle Williams was limping around after one play, but was later reported to be fine.

The most concerning injury for the Bills was to wide receiver Rod Streater. When going up for a pass Streater came down awkwardly on his foot. He was seemingly in a lot of pain, the entire team surrounded Streater as he was being tended to by athletic trainers and carted off the field.

After the game coach Sean McDermott said that Streater had an injured toe, but would not elaborate any further. Streater has been a bright spot in camp so far. If the injury is as serious as it looked on the field, it could mean bad things for the Bills depleted receiving corps.

Tight end Jason Croom went down in the second half with an ankle injury and was unable to return to the game. Later in the night safety Trae Elston left the game with a hamstring injury and could not come back for the remainder of the game.

Receiver Jordan Matthews, tackle Cordy Glenn, safety Bacarri Rambo, and receiver Jeremy Butler did not suit up.