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MarQueis Gray of the Bills has a fractured forearm.

The Buffalo Bills tight end suffered the injury against the New York Giants

The Buffalo Bills suffered a few injuries on Sunday against the New York Giants. The biggest injury during the game was suffered by tight end MarQueis Gray. According to Buffalo's official website, Gray suffered a fractured forearm.

Head coach Rex Ryan reported the news on Gray on Monday saying, “Gray might have a broken bone in his forearm."

At this time, it's unknown whether Gray can play with the injury. When asked about the possibility, Ryan added, "Obviously a fractured forearm doesn’t sound very good. So we’ll see, but he’ll meet with the experts on that.”

Gray hasn't been very involved in the offense to date. He recorded his first reception, a two yard catch, on Sunday. According to Pro Football Focus, Gray has played 27 offensive snaps through four games. 

While Gray hasn't been involved in the offense, it'd be another injury to a unit that is currently without their No. 1 running back and wide receiver. 

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