Bills safety Milloy breaks forearm
By The Source
Aug 29, 2004
Indianapolis, IN (Sports Network) - Buffalo Bills safety Lawyer Milloy suffered a broken right forearm in Saturday's exhibition game versus the Indianapolis Colts. He is out indefinitely.
Milloy sustained the injury when he hit Colts receiver Brandon Stokley in the third quarter of Saturday's 30-17 loss. Milloy is scheduled to undergo surgery on Sunday.
Milloy has started all but six games in his nine-year career with New England and Buffalo.
The Bills also lost backup quarterback Travis Brown to an injured left knee. He went down in the third quarter after taking a blow from Colts defensive tackle Durrand Roundtree. Brown was taken off the field on a cart.
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