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buffalobills.com Updated Dec 5, 2012
Here’s a rundown of gameday activities for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams. Kickoff: 1:00 pm Abbot Road Closing: 8:00 am Parking Lots Open: 9:00 am Gates Open: 11:30 am Throwback Uniforms: The Buffalo Bills will wear new white Nike throwbackShare Tweet
Barnett, Graham, McKelvin limitedSeveral Bills players were limited in practice Wednesday, including a couple of new additions to the injury report. Nick Barnett (knee), T.J. Graham (ankle) and Leodis McKelvin (back) were among the limited participants. Here’s the full injury report frShare Tweet
BDC 12/5: Bills vs. Rams Sold OutDAILY REPORT —The Buffalo Bills today announced that tickets for the Sunday, December 9th home game-1:00 p.m. at Ralph Wilson Stadium are sold out. The game will be shown on local television. Russell J. Salvatore of Russell’s Steaks, Chops and MoreShare TweetBills CB Aaron Williams, who has been out since Week 9 with a knee injury, will practice Wednesday. That according to head coach Chan Gailey. “He’s going to try to do some things today,” Gailey said. ”He’s going to be out there for the majoritShare TweetBills head coach Chan Gailey said Wednesday that Chris Hairston is out for Sunday’s game against the Rams. “Hairston won’t make it this week,” said Gailey. “They’re still doing tests on that foot. To be honest we’re hoping to have him for thShare TweetThe Buffalo Bills have placed defensive end Chris Kelsay on season-ending injured reserve because of a neck injury.Share TweetIn our feature story on Alex Carrington’s improved play of late on the home page at Buffalobills.com, we covered several ways in which he has enhanced his game. While he has certainly been the beneficiary of good coaching in his time with the Bills, heShare Tweet
Wednesday morning one-linersprofootballtalk.com Dec 5, 2012An article on the Bills’ website says DE Mario Williams “has become a near-dominant force on the defensive line since he had his surgical procedure on his left wrist.” The Dolphins’ problem is pretty simple: The offense doesn’t score enough poinShare Tweet