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– The Buffalo Bills announced that the team has promoted TE Mike Caussin to the 53-man roster from the practice squad. Caussin spent the first nine weeks of the season on the team’s practice squad after joining Buffalo’s 53-man roster on December 2, 2010.The 6-5, 244-pound James Madison product entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with Jacksonville in 2010 and spent the first 12 weeks of the year on the Jaguars’ practice squad. Buffalo released CB Terrence Wheatley from the 53-man roster.
– The Bills and the American Red Cross are holding their annual blood drive today in the Paul Maguire Club at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Buffalo Bills players, Jills Cheerleaders and Billy Buffalo will all be on hand to meet and greet donors from 11 am to 7 pm. Presenting donors will receive a complimentary Buffalo Bills/American Red Cross t-shirt, a $5 Subway gift card, and be entered in random drawings for many great prizes. Stadium and locker room tours will take place from 12...
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The Buffalo Bills have placed 28-year old NT Kyle Williams on the Injured Reserve List, ending his season due to a foot injury. Williams played in 5 games for the Bills this year and he had 9 tackles, 1 pass defensed and 1 tackle for a loss. He has now played in 83 games in his first six years in the NFL and he has 301 tackles, 13.5 sacks, 35 tackles for a loss, 2 forced fumbles...
The Buffalo Bills have signed 29-year old kicker Dave Rayner. Rayner played in 1 game earlier this year for the Raiders, but they got shut out, so all he did was kickoff. Rayner has now played in 52 games in his first six years in the NFL and he has connected on 55 of 75 field goals (73.3%). He has also made 64 of 65 extra points as he has scored 229 points so far in his NFL...
59-year old head coach Chan Gailey is in his second year in charge and he has the Bills in the playoff hunt at 5-3. Gailey has done this by amping up the offense for the Bills as they are averaging 368.5 yards per game on offense. The defense is still a work in progress as they are giving up 381.1 yards per game. The Bills are now 9-15 (37.5%) in Gailey’s first two years...
Bills head coach Chan Gailey labeled Rian Lindell as week to week after breaking a bone in his shoulder last Sunday.
Gailey said they’re fine carrying a couple of kickers on the roster for a while. He also said that Lindell has a chance to be back before the season is over.
Dave Rayner will be ready to go on Sunday in Dallas, but he has no idea how long he’ll be here kicking for Buffalo.
“I haven’t heard anything,” Rayner said. ”Obviously it’s a broken bone in (Rian’s) shoulder so who knows how long that’s going to take to heal. I’ll be here until I’m not.”
Head coach Chan Gailey called Lindell week to week, but said that...
The Buffalo Bills are expected to hold tryouts this week for a kicker to replace the injured Ryan Lindell.
Coach Chan Gailey said Lindell's injured right shoulder is "not good." Lindell has been ruled out of this week’s game against Dallas but Gailey did not say if it was a season-ending injury.
The team also announced that defensive tackle Kyle Williams will miss...
Bills Pro Bowl DT Kyle Williams had successful surgery Wednesday on his foot.
That according to his agent, who said as much on his twitter account.
AlbertEliasMGMT ESM Clnt & Bills DT Kyle Williams has successful surgery today…Drs very pleased-look for KW to make full recovery for 2012 Bills Football!
Bills coach Chan Gailey said he's not worried about quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick rebounding from Sunday's loss to the New York Jets.
Said Gailey: "I think he will. I don’t think there’s any question. He’s already done that this year and I think he will continue to do it. If that was my biggest problem, I wouldn’t have any problems."
Gailey was asked whether...
Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets dominated the Bills on Sunday
When the Buffalo Bills took on the New York Jets on Sunday, they were playing for more than just a spot in the standings. The Bills were playing to earn the respect of the national media and prove that they are a legitimate contender by beating another elite team in the New York Jets.
But instead of proving themselves...
Matthew Kanter takes a look at the Jets win over the Buffalo Bills and makes six observations from the game.
1) Deeeeeeeeefense – Now that was fun to watch. I assumed the Jets would be able to handle the Bills aerial attack due to Fitz’s inability to truly stretch the field, but the clamps were locked from the get go. On the first drive, Kyle Wilson and Eric Smith both put...