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Bills head coach Chan Gailey confirmed that the plan going into Sunday’s game is for Demetrius Bell to start against the Dolphins. But that doesn’t mean that Chris Hairston won’t play Sunday.
“Right now that is the plan, for him to start at left tackle,” said Gailey. “He played well last week and did some good things so we’ll give him a shot.”
In his weekly one-on-one interview with Buffalobills.com, Gailey explained that the reasoning behind the re-insertion of Bell into the lineup is simply based on what provides the team with the best lineup.
“I’m not worried about seeing Chris Hairston and I’m not worried about seeing Demetrius Bell,” said Gailey. ”We think today Demetrius Bell gives us the best chance to win. That’s why he’s playing there. He did a good job against San Diego and is finally healthy and is playing a little better right now. We want to give an opportunity to whoever is playing the best right now. I think Chris will play in the game this week, but Demetrius get
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Bills head coach Chan Gailey has not confirmed whether or not Demetrius Bell will make his first start at left tackle since Week 4, but left the door open. Bell did work with the starting unit in practice Wednesday and indicated he’s got the green light.
“They said they’re going to give me a shot so I hope so,” said Bell when asked if he’s starting this week against Miami...
Demetrius Bell is going to get more playing time this week according to head coach Chan Gailey. In practice Wednesday Bell was getting quality reps.
Bell was lining up with Andy Levitre in two man blocking drills during individual position work Wednesday.
Gailey has not said whether Bell would start over Hairston.
As the 2011 season winds down for the Bills the media is already begin to focus more attention on the 2012 NFL draft. Head coach Chan Gailey had a pretty pointed response when asked if the team would consider drafting a quarterback in the first round.
“You can talk to (Bills GM) Buddy (Nix) about that kind of stuff,” said Gailey. ”But I don’t believe that’s anywhere in...
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Bills kicker Dave Rayner missed practice Wednesday and was limited on Thursday, but head coach Chan Gailey is confident he’ll be good to go come Sunday against the Dolphins.
“We had Rayner limited today,” said Gailey after Thursday’s practice. ”But I think he’s going to be just fine. He kicked on the side.”
Rayner said he felt pain in the middle of his pelvis during...
As stated by head coach Chan Gailey earlier in the day TE Scott Chandler is not practicing.
He is the only non-participant for the Bills. Aaron Williams is back practicing off a knee injury.
Bills LB Shawne Merriman was seen heading into the team weight room earlier this week and even tweeted that he’s back to jogging after getting Achilles surgery. Head coach Chan Gailey tried to provide an update on the veteran linebacker’s rehab regimen.
“It really is just things that I’ve heard,” said Gailey in relation to Merriman’s rehab. ”I haven’t talked to him...
The Bills only got to Matt Moore one time in their first matchup with the Dolphins in Week 11. The second time around they believe they’ll be a more productive pass rushing unit.
Last in the league in sacks with 19 this season, Buffalo’s defensive staff has tried a countless number of schemes to generate more pass rush. Against a team that’s allowed 44 on the season (2nd most...
Here are the official listings of Buffalo’s players on this week’s injury report
TE Scott Chandler – ankle – OUT
K Dave Rayner – groin – Probable (he practiced fully on Friday)
CB Aaron Williams - calf – Probable (he practiced fully on Friday)
Head coach Chan Gailey said Aaron Williams would be back in the starting lineup, which means Leodis McKelvin goes back to being...