Bills tight end Clay out in­def­i­nitely with in­jury

The Beacon Herald - - SPORTS -

OR­CHARD PARK, N.Y. — Buf­falo Bills start­ing tight end Charles Clay is out in­def­i­nitely after hav­ing surgery on his left knee. With­out pro­vid­ing a spe­cific timetable, coach Sean McDer­mott said Clay will miss “mul­ti­ple weeks.” Buf­falo (3-2) en­ters its bye week off fol­low­ing a 20-16 loss at Cincin­nati. Clay was hurt while be­ing tack­led along the side­line after mak­ing a 24-yard catch in the first quar­ter against the Ben­gals. Clay is sec­ond on the team with 20 catches and leads Buf­falo with 258 yards, and tied

MIN­NEAPO­LIS — The Min­nesota Twins are bringing back Paul Moli­tor as man­ager after he led a his­toric turn­around. The Twins an­nounced Mon­day that Moli­tor is get­ting a new three-year deal that keeps him un­der con­tract through 2020. They went 85-77 this sea­son, be­com­ing the first team to make the playoffs after los­ing at least 100 games the pre­vi­ous year. They lost to the New York Yan­kees in the AL wild-card game last week.

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