Found November 16, 2011 on Inside the Bills:
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Here’s the official Bills injury report explaining why Erik Pears, Spencer Johnson and David Nelson were surprise non-participants at practice Wednesday. Did not practice K Rian Lindell – shoulder WR Stevie Johnson – shoulder S George Wilson – neck DE Spencer Johnson – calf OT Erik Pears – groin WR David Nelson – ankle Limited in practice OT Demetrius Bell – shoulder LB Chris Kelsay – calf
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