Bills' Devin Singletary Won't Play vs. Bengals Due to Hamstring Injury

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Bills' Devin Singletary Won't Play vs. Bengals Due to Hamstring Injury
Bills' Devin Singletary Won't Play vs. Bengals Due to Hamstring Injury

Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott announced Friday that rookie running back Devin Singletary will not play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals due to a hamstring injury, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Singletary suffered the injury late in Buffalo's Week 2 win over the New York Giants. With Singletary on the shelf, 36-year-old Frank Gore will be the clear No. 1 option for Buffalo out of the backfield during its home opener. While the Bills limited Singletary's touches to start the season, his explosiveness was obvious through two games. On just 10 carries, Singletary has rushed for 127 yards, one touchdown and six first downs. He also has five receptions for 28 yards. Buffalo

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