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Monday, September 24, 2018

AJ McCarron getting second opinion on collarbone injury

AJ McCarron

Buffalo Bills quarterback A.J. McCarron suffered what was believed to be a fractured collarbone during Friday night’s preseason game against the Cleveland Browns, but the team is not yet ruling him out for the start of the season.

On Sunday, Bills head coach Sean McDermott told reporters that tests on McCarron’s shoulder were inconclusive and he is seeking a second opinion. McDermott stopped short of saying the veteran is no longer in the hunt for the starting QB job.

McCarron has been battling with Nathan Peterman and rookie Josh Allen for Buffalo’s starting quarterback job, and it seemed like a virtual certainty that he would be out several weeks after reports of his injury surfaced. None of the three players have stood out in the competition yet, with McCarron completing just 3-of-6 passes for 12 yards in Friday’s start.

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