Bills WR Easley hyperextended left knee



PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills receiver Marcus Easley is out indefinitely after hyperextending his surgically repaired left knee.

Easley missed practice on Sunday, a day after he was hurt in the Bills’ opening practice of training camp in suburban Rochester. The injury is to the same knee he hurt four days into camp a year ago. Easley had the knee surgically repaired, which led to the fourth-round draft pick missing his entire rookie season.

Coach Chan Gailey wouldn’t provide a timetable on when Easley could return.

The Bills were expecting him to compete for a top-four receiver spot on their roster.

Linebacker Kelvin Sheppard, the Bills’ rookie third-round draft pick, did not finish practice after pulling a muscle in his right leg. The severity of the injury is unclear.