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2022 4 64 16.00 0.00 61
2021 2 28 14.00 0.00 20.1
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Season ended due to back

    Kumerow revealed Friday that it was a back injury that ended his season prematurely in November, Ryan O'Halloran of The Buffalo News reports. Kumerow underwent a microdiscectomy to trim a disc in his back and the injury forced his season to come to an end in November. The wide receiver was dealing with ankle injuries, but it was his back which ultimately shut him down for the year. Kumerow appeared in six games in 2022, reeling in four catches for 64 yards while operating on both offense and special teams.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Hitting IR

    Kumerow (ankle) was placed on the Bills' injured reserve Thursday. Kumerow was forced out with an ankle injury during the Bills' Week 10 loss to Minnesota and was considered day-to-day after missing practice Wednesday. Now, the 30-year-old wideout will be forced to sit out until at least Week 15 against the Dolphins. Over six games, Kumerow caught four of his seven targets for 64 yards while playing 89 of his 160 snaps on offense, and his absence leaves Buffalo with just four available wide receivers on its current active roster.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Considered week-to-week

    Kumerow (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday and is considered week-to-week, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Kumerow picked up the ankle injury during the Bills' Week 10 loss to the Vikings and may be sidelined for multiple weeks. He'll have two more opportunities to practice before the team needs to make a decision on his status for Sunday's matchup against Cleveland, but given the week-to-week designation, it appears likely the wideout will be held out for at least one additional contest.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Unavailable Wednesday

    Kumerow (ankle) isn't available for practice Wednesday, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Kumerow suffered an ankle injury in the Bills' Week 10 loss to the Vikings and will be absent from practice to open the week. The wide receiver will still have two more chances to prove his health at practice this week before the Bills try and get back into the win column Sunday versus Cleveland.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: May miss time

    Kumerow (ankle) is considered week-to-week, according to head coach Sean McDermott, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Kumerow suffered the injury in Sunday's loss to the Vikings, and he also missed time earlier in the season with a high-ankle sprain. His practice status in the days ahead should shed a better light on his potential availability for Sunday against the Browns.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Exits Sunday

    Kumerow was ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Vikings with an ankle injury. Kumerow previously missed three games in a row after sustaining a right high-ankle sprain during the Bills' Week 3 loss to the Dolphins. While it's unclear if he aggravated this issue against Minnesota, the veteran wideout will be sidelined for the remainder of the second half. Kumerow's next chance to play will come versus Cleveland on Sunday, Nov. 20.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Cleared to play Week 8

    Kumerow (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation heading into Sunday's game against the Packers, Bills Radio Network analyst Chris Brown reports. Kumerow upgraded to a full practice Friday following a pair of limited sessions. He'll provide depth in Buffalo's receiving corps against his former team in Week 8.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Will practice Wednesday

    Kumerow (ankle) will practice Wednesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Per Brown, this will be Kumerow's first practice since he suffered a high-ankle sprain during Buffalo's Week 3 loss to Miami. His status for Sunday's primetime matchup against the Packers remains unclear, but it appears the veteran wideout could return to action against his former team. Before suffering the injury, Kumerow had secured four of five targets for 64 yards across his last 56 offensive snaps.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Won't play Week 6

    Kumerow (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Kansas City, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Isaiah McKenzie will likely be back from a concussion, and rookie Khalil Shakir proved he was ready for the NFL action last week, so the Bills are somewhat covered for what could be a high-scoring battle with the Chiefs. Kumerow will have two weeks to get heathy, as the Bills have a bye in Week 7 before resuming play in a primetime Week 8 matchup against the Packers, Kumerow's previous team.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Not practicing Wednesday

    Kumerow (ankle) will not practice Wednesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Kumerow missed his second game in a row in Week 5 versus the Steelers, nursing the ankle injury he suffered Sept. 25 against the Dolphins, and he will now open the week as a non-participant at practice. If he can't go in Week 6, Isaiah McKenzie has cleared concussion protocols and will provide the Bills with another weapon against Kansas City.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Ruled out for Week 5

    Kumerow (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Kumerow sustained a high-ankle sprain in the Bills' Week 3 loss to the Dolphins and will be unavailable for a second consecutive game. Jamison Crowder (ankle) will also be out, so it's possible that Khalil Shakir takes on an increased role for Buffalo.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Not practicing Wednesday

    Bills head coach Sean McDermott said Kumerow (ankle) won't practice Wednesday, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Kumerow was ruled out for Week 4 after suffering a high-ankle sprain in the first half of the team's Week 3 loss to the Dolphins and is trending toward another absence in Week 5. The Bills' wideout depth is banged up heading into Sunday's matchup against the Steelers, leaving rookie fifth-round pick Khalil Shakir as the only wideout not listed on the injury report behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Ruled out for Sunday

    Kumerow (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports. Kumerow suffered a high-ankle sprain in the first half of the team's loss to the Dolphins in Week 3, and as expected, he'll miss at least one more contest due to the injury. The Wisconsin-Whitewater product's next opportunity to suit up will come in Week 5 against the Steelers.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Won't practice Wednesday

    Bills head coach Sean McDermott said Kumerow (ankle) won't practice Wednesday, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Kumerow suffered a high-ankle sprain in the first half of the team's Week 3 loss to the Dolphins and was unable to return. His status for Week 4 remains unclear, but he'd likely have to log at least a limited practice Thursday if he has any chance to suit up against the Ravens on Sunday.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Has sprained ankle

    Kumerow suffered a high ankle sprain in the team's 21-19 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Kumerow suffered the injury in the first half of the contest and was unable to return. He should be considered questionable for Sunday's contest against the Ravens. If he is unable to play, Khalil Shakir will likely find himself active for the game.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Won't return against Miami

    Kumerow (ankle) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's contest against the Dolphins, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Kumerow suffered an ankle injury during the first half of Sunday's game against Miami, and he isn't expected to return. He'll have an opportunity to suit up next Sunday against the Ravens, while the Bills will roll with Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, Isaiah McKenzie and Jamison Crowder for the rest of Sunday's contest against the Dolphins.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Exits game Sunday

    Kumerow (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's matchup against the Dolphins. Kumerow picked up an ankle injury during the first half versus Miami, though the exact nature and severity of this issue are still unknown. Though the 30-year-old has not played much of a factor in the receiving game this season, his absence will leave the Bills' wide receiver corps shorthanded after Khalil Shakir (coach's decision) was ruled inactive ahead of Sunday's contest.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Subs in for injured Davis

    Kumerow caught two of three targets for 50 yards in Monday's win over the Titans. Kumerow saw the most action of any Bills receiver, though this was due more to the blowout nature of the game. Still, with Gabe Davis out with an ankle injury, this game showed that Kumerow is ahead of rookie Khalil Shakir in the pecking order. With Isaiah McKenzie and Jamison Crowder being more inclined for the slot role, the 6-foot-4 Kumerow seems to be the preferred outside choice whenever Stefon Diggs or Davis can't be on the field. Aaron Rodgers always vouched for Kumerow during his Green Bay days, and he seems to have earned the trust of Josh Allen as well during their three years together in Buffalo.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Survives roster cut

    Kumerow remains on the Bills' 53-man roster following Tuesday's wave of cuts. The Bills currently don't have a punter and may not be done with preseason roster management, but for now Kumerow is one of seven receivers on the roster. While at least four players are ahead of him on the depth chart, this is a high-powered offense, so anyone that can potentially move into a starting role due to injuries is a name to remember.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Returns to practice

    Kumerow returned to practice Tuesday after missing time over the last week due to soreness, Grace Heidinger of the Bills' official site reports. With the Bills adding Jamison Crowder and Tavon Austin in free agency and drafting Boise State's Khalil Shakir in April, Kumerow has some work to do to land a roster spot. At least he'll be able to resume that quest in training camp with apparently full health.
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