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More bad news for Bills' defense

More bad news for Bills' defense

ESPN.com buffalobills.com Updated Oct 10, 2012
The Buffalo Bills' struggling defense lost one of its big free-agent acquisitions this week. Starting defensive end Mark Anderson will be out "indefinitely," Bills general manager Buddy Nix told the team's website on Wednesday. Buffalo signed …
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  • Kolb still expected to start

    Kolb still expected to start

    buffalobills.com Oct 10, 2012
    Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb stepped into the lineup because starter John Skelton suffered an ankle injury a few weeks back. But Skelton was a full participant in practice Wednesday. Nevertheless it’s widely anticipated that Kolb will remain the starter this
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  • Wood limited: Bills C Eric Wood was listed as a limited partici…

    Wood limited: Bills C Eric Wood was listed as a limited partici…

    buffalobills.com Oct 10, 2012
    Bills C Eric Wood was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday’s injury report. Here’s the full list for the Bills. Did not practice DT Kyle Williams — ankle OL Kraig Urbik — ankle OL Cordy Glenn — ankle DE Mark Anderson — knee DL Spencer
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  • Kyle has ankle ailment

    Kyle has ankle ailment

    buffalobills.com Oct 10, 2012
    Bills DT Kyle Williams missed practice Wednesday with a minor ankle ailment. After practice Williams said he would be fine and intends to practice on Thursday. He rode the stationary bike during practice.
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  • Byrd limited: Bills S Jairus Byrd is warming up in individual p…

    Byrd limited: Bills S Jairus Byrd is warming up in individual p…

    buffalobills.com Oct 10, 2012
    Bills S Jairus Byrd is warming up in individual position drills, but that is likely to be the extent of his work. Head coach Chan Gailey said he would be limited in practice today. Byrd is recovering from hip and chest injuries.
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  • Reeling Bills lose DE Anderson to hurt knee

    Reeling Bills lose DE Anderson to hurt knee

    Buffalo Bills defensive end Mark Anderson is out indefinitely after hurting his left knee in what becomes the latest blow for a porous defense.
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  • Wednesday morning one-liners

    Wednesday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Oct 10, 2012
    Said Bills LB Nick Barnett of giving up 1,201 yards over the last two games, “The way they were running the ball on us, I’ve never been a part of two weeks like that ever.” Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman says he hasn’t given his playe
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  • Cardinals have RB by committee

    Cardinals have RB by committee

    buffalobills.com Oct 10, 2012
    The Arizona Cardinals have not had success running the ball this season and that’s when they still had Beanie Wells and Ryan Williams. Now with a committee approach likely to ensue in the absence of both their top backs due to injury, it begs the questi
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  • Video - Countdown Daily AccuScore: BUF-ARI 01:03

    Countdown Daily AccuScore: BUF-ARI

    Oct 10
    Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Bills-Cardinals

Sports Columnists

  • Jim Trotter: No mistaking the player, but Rivers the person is misundersto…

    Oct 10
    The latest issue of Sports Illustrated -- available on iPad Oct. 10 and newsstands Oct. 11 -- features a story on Philip Rivers' quest for playoff success. Below, Jim Trotter looks at another side of Rivers.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 5

    Oct 10
    Throw out any notion of a stoic "game-management" offense in San Francisco, pigskin peeps.
  • Jim Trotter: No mistaking the player, but Rivers the person is misundersto…

    Oct 10
    The latest issue of Sports Illustrated -- available on iPad Oct. 10 and newsstands Oct. 11 -- features a story on Philip Rivers' quest for playoff success. Below, Jim Trotter looks at another side of Rivers.
  • NFL - Early surprise teams might lack staying power

    Oct 10
    The Vikings and Cardinals have surprised early, but don't be surprised if they're eventually figured out, writes John Clayton