Bills WR Zay Jones is scheduled for surgery this coming week to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder. Jones reportedly played the majority of the season with the injury -- although it's unclear exactly when it occurred. It might help explain his woefully inefficient rookie campaign. Jones caught just 27 of 74 targets -- a hideous 36.5% catch rate -- for 316 yards and 2 TDs.
The Bills on Sunday activated WR Zay Jones from the non-football injury list. The team website reports that he'll start out in a non-contact jersey as he practices for the 1st time since mid-May knee surgery. Jones also had surgery for a torn shoulder labrum after the season. He'll have much to prove after an ugly debut campaign following his 2nd-round selection in the draft.
Bills HC Sean McDermott announced today that WR Zay Jones underwent knee surgery last week. That'll cost him the entire offseason program, although McDermott said Jones isn't a candidate to miss the regular season "at this point." The 2017 second-round pick missed 1 game with a knee issue as a rookie and also underwent shoulder surgery in January.
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