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Bills RB McGahee woozy after hit in head

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (Dec. 11, 2005) -- Bills running back Willis McGahee was helped off the field after being kneed in the head in the second quarter of Buffalo's game against New England.

McGahee was hurt when he went down to block Patriots' defensive lineman Richard Seymour, who had burst up the middle deep in Buffalo territory. McGahee upended Seymour, but was struck in the helmet by Seymour's left knee.

McGahee lay on the field for about four minutes. He required help getting up and was woozy as he was escorted to the sideline.

McGahee had five carries for 4 yards. He was replaced by Shaud Williams.

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