With center Eric Wood and linebacker Chris White being placed on injured reserve today, the Buffalo Bills had a pair of openings on their 53-man roster.
The team filled those spots by promoting defensive back Josh Nesbitt and signing defensive end Kyle Moore.
Nesbitt, 6-foot-1 and 215 pounds, is a former college quarterback at Georgia Tech who converted to defense in training camp. He becomes the fifth safety on the team's roster.
Moore is a former fourth-round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Bucs. The 6-6, 272-pounder appeared in 15 games with the Bucs over two seasons, including seven starts in 2010. He made 29 tackles, six quarterback pressures and recovered two fumbles last season before a shoulder injury landed him on injured reserve in Week 13.
Moore has spent the 2011 season on the Detroit Lions' practice squad after being released by Tampa Bay during final cuts on Sept. 2. Moore played college football at Southern Cal, starting for two seasons. He made 76 tackles, including ...