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Bills OT Chris Hairston, who was placed on injured reserve Thursday, is likely headed to surgery for his ankle injury. “It was one of those where they said it was a situation where he’s going to probably need surgery,” said head coach Chan Gailey of
Bills updated Thurs. injury reportUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetHere’s the updated injury report for the Bills following Thursday’s practice, which lists practice participation. Did not practice C Eric Wood — knee DE Mark Anderson - knee Limited in practice WR Stevie Johnson — hamstring DT Kyle Williams — a
Stevie encouraged after Thursday practiceUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetBills top wideout Stevie Johnson was back out on the practice field and was generally pleased with how his tight hamstring held up in practice. “Yeah I was happy with it,” Johnson told Buffalobills.com. “It went well. I just may have to change my s
Still no timetable for Mark Anderson’s returnUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetDefensive end Mario Williams has picked up his game after a disappointing start to the season, but the Bills’ other big free agent signing on the defensive line may not get a chance to make an improvement on his own slow start. Anderson remains out afte
Vince Young vows to “fight hard” for another chance in the NFLUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetIt sounds unlikely: A 29-year-old two-time Pro Bowl quarterback is openly begging for another chance in the NFL, and all 32 NFL teams are saying, “No. thanks.” But that’s exactly the situation Vince Young is in right now. Young, who has been a free
NFL.com Pro Bowl ballotsUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetHere’s a rundown of the Pro Bowl ballots of some of NFL.com’s journalists, with a few Bills getting respectable support. At running back C.J. Spiller appeared on five of the six ballots. Andy Levitre appeared on two of the six ballots for guard. Mario
Peter King: NFL Week 14 PicksUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetIf the Pats get the AFC's No. 2 seed, they'll have earned it, thanks to a brutal two-game stretch that starts now. Can they slow the Texans' playmakers? Peter King picks Week 14.Source: CNNSI.com
Bills to practice outside todayUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetLast week the Bills practiced outside on Thursday to take advantage of the windy conditions, knowing they’d be close to the windy conditions last Sunday against the Jaguars. This week they’re doing much of the same as they’re practicing outside here
Moats will keep helping at DEUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetBills LB Arthur Moats has been getting snaps at defensive end the past two games and according to head coach Chan Gailey that will continue. With Chris Kelsay going to injured reserve Wednesday, Buffalo has three true healthy defensive ends in Mario Wil…
Buffalo resident ensures local broadcast of Bills gameUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetWith more than 10,000 unsold non-premium tickets available as of last week for Sunday’s game between the Rams and the Bills, Buffalo was destined to have a second straight local blackout. Thanks to Russell J. Salvatore, that won’t happen. According to
Can Williams set personal sack record?Updated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetConsidering the slow start, it’s hard to fathom that Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has a chance to set a new career best in sacks this season. Williams, who has 9.5 sacks, is just five shy of eclipsing his personal record of 14 sacks in 200Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThe Bills will be plugging in two first-time starters on the offensive line this week. Dolphins rookie Jonthan Martin is excited about switching from RT to LT after the injury to Jake Long. Jets backup QB Tim Tebow reached out to a teen who was injured …
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