Buffalo's Robert Foster 'has been working through a toe injury'
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Foster has been dealing with "a toe injury that he sustained in the spring workouts."
A somewhat serious toe injury would explain why Foster mysteriously saw a drop in playing time this training camp and preseason after an impressive rookie year. Expect the 25-year old to see snaps on the outside when he is healthy.
numberFire's models currently project Foster to haul in 36.3 receptions for 641.8 yards and 4.1 touchdowns on 67.1 targets.
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