Bills’ Marquise Goodwin in concussion protocol after leaving practice

Wednesday August 24th, 2016

Bills wide receiver Marquise Goodwin has entered the NFL’s concussion protocol after leaving practice on Tuesday, coach Rex Ryan told reporters.

Goodwin was trying to make a catch in a red zone drill on the final day of training camp, according to The Buffalo News, and hit his head on the ground. A trainer took off his helmet and walked him off the field.

The 25-year-old speedster, who narrowly missed qualifying for the Olympics, is fighting for a spot on the Bills’ opening day roster. Buffalo is dealing with multiple injuries at receiver, with Sammy Watkins, Marcus Easley and Kolby Listenbee all hobbled due to various ailments.

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