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Marcus Easley injures knee in Bills' win over Cowboys

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Bills special teams ace Marcus Easley was carted off of the field with a knee injury during their 16-6 win over the Cowboys on Sunday.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Marcus Easley left Sunday's win over the Dallas Cowboys in the second quarter with a left leg injury.

Covering a punt, Easley was running down the field when he pulled up lame and fell to the ground. For several moments after the play concluded, Easley was attended to by trainers, in very obvious physical discomfort. His left leg was placed into a cast, his face was covered with a towel, and he was removed from the field of play on the back of a cart.

After the game, Bills head coach Rex Ryan confirmed that Easley injured his knee on the play. Given that the team has just one game remaining on their schedule, and given the nature of Easley's injury, it would be very safe to assume that he won't be playing again until next season.

Easley, 28, signed a four-year contract with the Bills this past offseason as a valued special teams contributor.