Bills Lick Their Wounds During Bye
Bills Healing Up: The Bills are using the bye week for what it is meant for, healing up and resting. Chan Gailey said on Friday that only two players may miss the Baltimore game with injuries as Cornell Green will be out and Terrence McGee will likely be questionable. The two missed practice on Friday along with Keith Ellison and Shawn Nelson. Gailey expects those two to return this week and play on Sunday. Injury Page.
Saturday October 16, 2010
Players Off: The players mostly raced for the airport after practice yesterday many of them headed to their former college football games today. Lee Evans is the honorary captain for his alma mater Wisconsin in their game tonight against Ohio State. C.J. Spiller is having his number retired by Clemson today. Many other players are tweeting about going to their former team's games today.
Friday October 15, 2010
Bye Week Practices: The Bills will wrap up their bye week practice sessions today and then the players get the weekend off. They will resume their normal schedule on Monday. Seven players sat out of practice yesterday as Cornell Green, Shawn Nelson, Terrence McGee, Bryan Scott, Arthur Moats, Keith Ellison, and Eric Wood all sat. Nelson did some work with the trainers on the sidelines as he continues to struggle with his groin injury. Wood is getting extra rest on the side while the rest recover from various injuries. Injury Page.
Wednesday October 13, 2010
Brown Out: The Bills are taking part in bye week practices today thru Friday. One player not practicing is Cornell Green. He is out indefinitely with an undisclosed injury. He left the loss to the Jaguars late in the fourth quarter. He was one of eight players not practicing including Terrence McGee, Bryan Scott, Arthur Moats, Keith Ellison, Eric Wood, Demetrius Bell and Shawn Nelson. Injury Page.
Tuesday October 12, 2010
Bills Add Practice Squad Player: The Bills filled the open spot on their practice squad by adding LB Thomas Williams. He gives the Bills some depth at a position they are lacking after the release yesterday of Chris Ellis. Williams was a sixth round draft pick of Jacksonville back in 2008 and played in six games for them that year. He spent last year on the practice squads of Seattle and New England.
Maybin Free Fall: The Bills may have released Chris Ellis but you get the feeling if Chan Gailey had is way Aaron Maybin may have been the linebacker let go yesterday. Gailey admitted that Maybin is really struggling right now and that is why he's not on the field. He played two plays in each of the last two weeks and Gailey said they like Antonio Coleman and the injured Arthur Moats. Depth Chart.
Monday October 11, 2010
Players Only Meeting: The Bills held a players only meeting when they arrived at the facilities today. Reggie Torbor did all the talking when he realized he was one of the long time veterans. He relayed some of the messages he heard in his career to the players telling them not to take for granted playing in the league. He feels his message was received well and hopes the players let it soak in and come back on Wednesday ready to get back to work.
Wilson Speaks: Ralph Wilson spoke to the Associated Press today and said the team is at least three years away from rebuilding. He took total blame for the team's state right now and said that drafting a QB is the top priority of the team. Buddy Nix is leaving the confines of One Bills Drive to scout the best college QBs over the next two weeks while the Bills are on a bye.
Nelson Activated; Ellis Released: The Bills made a move that was expected today as they activated Shawn Nelson from the suspension list. The surprising move was that they released Chris Ellis to make room. Everyone expected John McCargo would be let go since he has been inactive every week.
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