Found September 27, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Leodis McKelvin
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
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Leodis McKelvin's career with the Buffalo Bills has taken some swift twists and turns, much like his punt returns. After a solid rookie season that saw McKelvin living up to his lofty first-round draft status -- 11th overall in 2008 -- the speedy cornerback made one massive blunder. During a Week 1 showdown with the Patriots on Monday Night Football in 2009, McKelvin fumbled an unnecessary kick return late in the fourth quarter and ultimately cost the Bills both the lead and the win. Since that disastrous game, McKelvin has focused on being a reliable option in the return game....
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