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A doctor is concerned the knee of Buffalo Bills tight end Charles Clay

Adam Schefter reported that a doctor is concerned about Charles Clay's knee long term.

The Buffalo Bills paid Charles Clay $38 million this offseason over five seasons, so there's no doubt that the team gave the tight end a thorough medical evaluation. Despite this, concerns have come out about Clay's knee. Adam Schefter reported the following on Sunday morning.

https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/643077932475355136

There's no doubt that the Bills were aware of Clay having his knee drained last season, but it is concerning that doctors are concerned about how long Clay can play with his knee injuries. It's something to track throughout the season for the Bills.


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