Bills' Nall, expected to vie for QB job, out indefinitely

PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Buffalo quarterback Craig Nall is out
indefinitely after injuring his left hamstring two days ago, a
potentially significant setback for a player who was expected to
compete for the starting job.

Nall missed Sunday's walkthrough at training camp and coach Dick
Jauron said it's difficult to determine how much time the
quarterback will miss or the severity of the injury.

"We do kind of have to take it day to day, but I wouldn't say
it's minor because we know he's going to miss some time," Jauron

Nall was hurt in the final 15 minutes of the second of two
practices Saturday when he pulled up while scrambling in the
backfield during 11-on-11 drills.

Nall was in the mix for the Bills' No. 1 job with J.P. Losman and
Kelly Holcomb.

"It's really disappointing and it's obviously severely
disappointing for him," Jauron said. "But he's a professional,
been around for a while and he knows this happens. And once it
happens, there's nothing you can do about it except get it well as
fast as you can."

The Bills signed Nall as a free agent in March, believing he
showed promise after appearing in six games as a backup in his
previous four seasons in Green Bay.

Nall didn't walk with a noticeable limp Sunday but said he is
still experiencing some swelling.

"I'm trying to stay as upbeat as I can," Nall said. "There's
a reason for it, obviously, and I don't know it right now. But
hopefully, I'll understand whenever I'm able to get back on the
field why I had to go through this."