Found September 11, 2012 on
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Running back Johnny White was re-signed by the Bills, who are without Fred Jackson (knee) indefinitely. Wide receiver David Nelson was also placed on injured reserve with the knee injury he suffered against the Jets on Sunday. White was a fifth-round pick out of North Carolina in 2011 who rushed for 38 yards on 12 carries in 12 games as a rookie. He was released by the Bills on Aug. 31, but was brought back to provide depth behind C.J. Spiller until Jackson returns, likely in 4-6 weeks.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Buffalo Bills signed running back Johnny White to the 53-man roster on Tuesday.
White was selected in the 2011 fifth round by Buffalo out of North Carolina, and has played in 12 games for the Bills. He was released on Aug. 31.
White will fill the roster spot of wide receiver David Nelson, who was placed on injured reserve this week. Nelson will miss the rest of the season after...
Bills wideout David Nelson injured his knee Sunday against the Jets and will be out for the remainder of the game.Fantasy Spin:What a miserable day for Buffalo. First they lose starting running back Fred Jackson and now they'll be without one of their better wide receivers. Nelson had two catches for 31 yards before getting injured.
Bills wideout David Nelson, who injured his knee Sunday against the Jets, is scheduled for an MRI on Monday morning.Fantasy Spin:"Fred (Jackson) doesn't look as bad as David (Nelson)," said coach Chan Gailey "We don't know how bad David is but it doesn't look good right now. Fred doesn't look nearly as bad, but we are going to get a further evaluation tomorrow."
Bills WR David Nelson is out for the year according to Adam Schefter on Twitter, which is bad news for many fantasy owners hoping for David Nelson’s expected breakout year. Well if you have the space, stop crying over spilled milk and quickly grab rookie WR T. J. Graham before it’s too late.
Hurry up, I’ll wait.
While many people shy away from immediately snatching a rookie...
CAN'T WE GET ALONG?
During the season opener game between the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets, fans created excitement in the upper level seats.While the Jets destroyed the Bills 48-24, Sunday afternoon, fans from both teams began to fight. In the video (below) fans began shoving each other. It appears that about seven people fell down -- all at the same time. Then, at the :34 mark, you can see in...
Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson is expected to miss the rest
of the season with a torn ligament in his right knee.
Bills receiver David Nelson is done for the year with a torn ACL, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.Fantasy Spin:It means more targets for Donald Jones and rookie T.J. Graham, but you don't want to be starting any Bills receiver besides Stevie Johnson right now.
As the New York Jets beat up the Buffalo Bills on the field, it appears that fans decided to beat each other up in the stands.
Check out this video from the upper deck of MetLife stadium in section 302 where some Jets fans and Bills fan started a fight near the stairs.
Keep an eye on the Bills fan in the David Nelson jersey, he'll be soon down for the count after one...
Everyone in Buffalo has been talking about the Bills embarrassing loss to the Jets. Will they be able to get back on track vs. Kansas City?
Queen City Sports is starting a new weekly column called the Buffalo Water Cooler. It will consist of the largest topics of each week in Buffalo sports and feature the opinions of multiple QCS writers. This is the 5th edition to be published...
The horrific text message update I received this afternoon (oh, how I wish I could un-see it!) confirmed my theory of a Bills curse. I am 181% positive it exists. Why do the football gods have it out for the Bills? I don’t know if I can go on…seriously.
Freddy Jackson is out for AT LEAST three weeks with a knee injury. I can’t handle it. I think I might be numb. Side note:...
A primary foil of the 2011 Buffalo Bills was the injury bug. It would seem as if 2012 Bills may suffer from the injury blues yet again.
With Fred Jackson shelved for the better portion of the next three to five weeks and David Nelson lost for the year, the Bills have lost two major weapons and will need to patch together the holes in their offense to keep the ball rolling...