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Bills CB Gilmore suffers possible concussion


OAKLAND, Calif. — Buffalo Bills starting right cornerback Stephon Gilmore sustained a possible concussion with7:23 left in the third quarter Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.

While tackling Raiders wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins, Gilmore banged the back of his head on the ground.

After being examined by Buffalo’s medical staff, Gilmore left the game and was, according to the Bills, being evaluated for a concussion. At the end of the third quarter, the Bills announced that Gilmore would not return.

Gilmore has started 14 games this season and has three interceptions.

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