Bills quarterback A.J. McCarron suffered a fractured collarbone during the first quarter of the preseason game against the Browns. He got the start over Josh Allen and Nathan Peterman, who are also competing for the starting QB job.
#Bills QB AJ McCarron suffered a hairline fracture of the collarbone in the first quarter of tonight's preseason game vs. #Browns, The Buffalo News has learned.
— Vic Carucci (@viccarucci) August 18, 2018
It’s a tough break for McCarron. He was believed to be winning the QB battle before the injury. He could now be out four to six weeks. There didn’t seem to be much that caused the injury.
McCarron was taken down my Myles Garrett fairly routinely with the former number one pick landing on him.
Means that they should have kept Tyrod..RT @nflnetwork: QB AJ McCarron was injured in the game vs. the Browns. What does this mean for the Bills?#BUFvsCLE pic.twitter.com/cl5EpzjbG9
— Michael Benson (@FndrBassplr1) August 18, 2018
Someone grab this man some milk so he can resume his NFL career.