Lions starters Ragnow, Davis suffer ankle sprains

Offensive lineman Mitch Morse and teammates loosen up on the field. Buffalo Bills opening day of training camp at St. Fisher College Rochester

Offensive lineman Mitch Morse and teammates loosen up on the field. Buffalo Bills opening day of training camp at St. Fisher College Rochester

Matthew Stafford threw a go-ahead touchdown in his first preseason game of the year and the Buffalo Bills came back to beat the Detroit Lions 24-20 Friday night in a preseason game that became significant because key players on both teams were hurt.

White was the Bills' second starter to exit the team's third preseason game, after left guard Quinton Spain left late in the first quarter with an ankle injury.

However, Lions coach Matt Patricia said that both of the injuries are not season-ending.

Stafford, meanwhile, got on and off the field unscathed. They were able to secure a 14-13 lead at halftime, and held that lead for the remainder of the game. In less than a half of action though, Josh Allen threw 3 for 6 for 49 yards.

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Llorente is now a free agent after leaving Tottenham at the end of last season after his contract with the club expired on July 1. According to Gazzetta dello Sport , United have been in contact with former Tottenham Hotspur striker Fernando Llorente.

Don't look now, but the Buffalo Bills are only one win shy of an undefeated preseason.

Gore left the game briefly with an injury, but returned.

Ragnow played 1,074 offensive snaps (99.9 percent) last season and Davis played 976 snaps on defense (98.9). Should the Bills defeat Minnesota on Thursday, they will make franchise history.

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