Jordan Matthews fractures his sternum at first Bills practice

Jesus Christ, this off season has been brutal! I’m going to need the football gods to stop all of this nonsense before my Fantasy Football Drafts begin. Jordan Matthews suffered a chip fracture to his sternum during his first practice with the Buffalo Bills. I think it’s officially safe to say that the Eagle got the better end of that deal. Fly Eagles Fly! This comes on the heals of the monster trade that happened last week, that also sent Sammy Watkins to LA.

This sounds like the kind of thing that usually happens to the Eagles. There aren’t many teams that are more unlucky than the Eagles, but if we had to name one, it would be the Buffalo Bills. Love you, #BillMafia, but luck isn’t one of your strengths.

Bleacher Report: Buffalo Bills wide receiver Jordan Matthews is considered “week to week” after suffering a chip fracture in his sternum during his first practice with the team.

Matthews, 25, was traded to the Bills last week along with a 2018 third-round pick in exchange for cornerback Ronald Darby. He’s expected to be their top receiver this season after Buffalo shipped Sammy Watkins to the Los Angeles Rams for cornerback E.J. Gaines and a 2018 second-round selection.

Buffalo didn’t really need Jordan Matthews this season anyway, did they?

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