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Bills place McGee, Pears on injured reserve
profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 6, 2012
The Bills placed starting right tackle Erik Pears and veteran cornerback Terrence McGee on injured reserve Tuesday, according to the team’s official website. McGee’s a former starter, but after offseason knee surgery, he never returned to the point heShare Tweet
Bills place CB McGee on IR, promote WR EasleyESPN.com Nov 6, 2012Veteran cornerback Terrence McGee was placed on season-ending injured reserve and receiver Marcus Easley was promoted off the practice squad Tuesday after the Buffalo Bills made a series of moves to address their banged-up roster.Share Tweet
Bills could use OL, CBBuffalo moved some hobbled players to their injured reserve list Tuesday in Terrence McGee and Erik Pears. Now they’ll have to find players to replace them. The Bills now have two vacant roster spots, but both will presumably be filled by a cornerback aShare Tweet
BDC 11/6: McIntyre Establishes TEAM 38DAILY REPORT —On November 9, 2012, Bills FB Corey McIntyre will host his first fundraising event in Buffalo to help raise scholarship dollars for TEAM 38 at Lancaster Lanes (4913 Transit Rd, Depew NY 14043). Tickets are only $38 and can be purchased onlShare TweetCNNSI.com Nov 6, 2012Week 9 is in the books, as are 132 of the NFL's 256 regular season games (51.6 percent if you're counting along at home on a day that's all about doing the math). You know what that means: It's time for our annual midseason review:Share TweetStevie Johnson is just as unhappy as any Bills fan about what’s happened thus far this season. Sitting at 3-5 and with a division rival up next in New England the Bills top wideout thinks it’s time to be more aggressive and take more risks. “We’reShare Tweet
McKelvin set to perform at LCBBills CB Aaron Williams is going to be sidelined for a few weeks with a knee injury and that has created a vacancy that veteran Leodis McKelvin will fill at left cornerback. “Right now Leodis would play that spot,” said head coach Chan Gailey. ”WeâShare Tweet
We’re not intimidated by anybodyThe New England Patriots have certainly had Buffalo’s number in their division series. The Bills have managed just two wins in the last 19 meetings, but that doesn’t have them discouraged at all. “We’re not intimidated at all by any team,” saidShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 6, 2012The Bills are finding more questions than answers right now. Dolphins T Jake Long knows he needs to step up his game. Coach Bill Belichick didn’t have much to say about the Patriots’ trade for CB Aqib Talib. Said Jets CB Antonio Cromartie, “The montShare Tweet
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Peter King: Thoughts at midseason point; mailNov 6Five Things I Think About the Second Half of the Season: