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Report: Bills Worried That Kevin Kolb’s Recent Concussion Could Be Career-Ending

Update:

Tim Graham of the Buffalo News mentioned that Kevin Kolb had trouble answering even simple questions like “where are you” and “what’s you’re name” following his recent concussion, per Ross Tucker.

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Tim Graham of the Buffalo News reports that the Bills are concerned that the recent concussion suffered by QB Kevin Kolb could be career-ending.

  • Graham mentions that the team is proceeding with this in mind.
  • According to Graham’s source, Kolb’s response in the locker room was “disconcerting.”

Kolb, 29, left Saturday’s preseason game after he appeared to take a knee to the back of the head. Kolb has a very serious history of concussions, so this is obviously a major concern. The Bills signed Kolb to a two-year contract worth $6.1 million, which included $1 million guaranteed. At this point in time, it appears as though Kolb will end up on season-ending injured reserve.

Buffalo has already added veteran QB Matt Leinart and trade for Lions backup Thaddeus Lewis today. First-round pick E.J. Manuel is dealing with an injury, but is expected to be back for the start of the regular season.

We’ll have more as the news is available.

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