Jones' season ends as WR goes on Bills reserve/non-football illness list

CBSSports.com wire reports
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BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills receiver Donald Jones' season is over after he was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list.

Jones' agent, Cliff Laboy, said the illness is not serious, and is related to a calf injury that forced his client to miss two of the past three games. Jones first began experiencing tightness in his calf last month, and did not play against Jacksonville on Dec. 2.

The Bills didn't provide details in announcing the move Tuesday.

Buffalo also placed reserve linebacker Arthur Moats on season-ending injured reserve after he hurt his ankle in a loss to Seattle on Sunday.

The Bills filled the two roster spots by promoting receiver Chris Hogan and linebacker Greg Lloyd from its practice squad. The Bills (5-9) play at Miami (6-8) on Sunday.

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