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WR Lee Evans Could be Done for the Rest of 2010

With the Bills actually looking like they have at least some rhythm on offense, they may have to go at it for the final three games without WR Lee Evans, who is suffering from an ankle injury.

Evans hurt the ankle Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, and has been ruled out for at least the next two games, meaning at best he’ll be back for the season finale.

“I know it’s going to be two [weeks] and it may even be a struggle for him to get back for the last one,” Chan Gailey said. “They [team trainers] are going to continue to give us updates on a daily basis, but it really doesn’t look good right now. I hate it for him and I hate it for us.”

Evans is second on the team this season with 37 catches for 578 yards and four touchdowns. The Bills’ current depth chart at receiver features seventh-round pick Stevie Johnson, followed by undrafted free agents David Nelson, Donald Jones and Buffalo native Naaman Roosevelt.

Gailey said the Bills may look at adding a fifth wide out to the roster this week. “We’re going to talk about it. You’d rather not go with just four, especially if you think you’re going to play somewhat of a high percentage of four wides in the game, but sometimes other positions dictate that you can’t go with five, so we’ll see,” he said.

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