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The Buffalo Bills will make a decision on EJ Manuel’s status on Wednesday. Manuel will either start the Bills season opener against New England or he will be on the sidelines behind undrafted free agent Jeff Tuel.
Manuel participated in individual drills Sunday and is expected to take part in team drills beginning Monday.
Head coach Doug Marrone plans to wait until Wednesday to make a decision on who will start for the Bills.
The Bills must feel comfortable with the way Manuel’s knee is doing. They kept only Tuel along with him on their roster before adding Thadeus Lewis.
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The 2013 NFL Preseason is officially in the books. Teams are getting ready to make their final roster cuts and prepare for their first week of the season. After two convincing wins against two playoff teams from last season, the 2013 Buffalo Bills appeared to be poised to put up a lot of wins this season. But what a difference two weeks makes; the Bills got blown out by both the...
Buffalo Bills quarterback, E.J. Manuel, returned to practice
on Sunday, reports Kevin
Patra of NFL.com. Manuel has been
sidelined most of the preseason with knee issues and recently had arthroscopic
Manuel’s return was expected after Saturday’s cut down
because the Bills only kept two QBs, Manuel and fellow rookie, Jeff Tuel. The Bills’ other QB, Kevin Kolb...
Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel returned to practice Sunday after missing two weeks because of a left knee injury.
Manuel participated in warm-ups and individual drills during the portion of practice open to the media. He moved well and did not appear to show any effects from the injury. He was wearing a small brace on his left knee underneath his black spandex.
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Bills rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel returned to practice today after undergoing a knee scope during the preseason, according to BuffaloBills.com.
Just two weeks removed from a minor surgical procedure on his knee, rookie QB EJ Manuel was back on the practice field Sunday. He joined his teammates at practice for the first time since injuring his knee...
So it may not be "Tuel Time" after all. The Patriot's week one visit to Buffalo was looking more and more like a lay-up when it was announced Jeff Tuel, and undrafted free agent out of Washington State, would be the starting quarterback.
Even during his senior year, Tuel didn't exactly shine, throwing 8 TD's and 8 interceptions. So even for a Patriot's...
The Bills got quarterback E.J. Manuel back at practice on Sunday and he didn’t hesitate when asked if he would name himself the starter for Week One.
“Most definitely” Manuel said via the team.
Coach Doug Marrone isn’t ready to make that call at this point however. Marrone said after practice that he would make his decision about whether Manuel or Jeff Tuel starts against...
Let’s review: The Bills have two quarterbacks. They are both rookies. Camp has not gone well for already-shaky Buffalo, and Jeff Tuel or the hobbled EJ Manuel will have his hands full when he is welcomed to the NFL by Tom Brady and the Patriots next Sunday.
But one member of the Buffalo offense isn’t letting that bother him. Stevie Johnson, who has spent six years in the NFL...
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The opening week of the NFL season always has its fair share of hiccups and problems that teams must work through. This season will be no different, with one exception. There are a ton of young signal callers preparing to start for their teams, and many of them aren’t ready to be thrown onto the NFL stage. Here’s the least-prepared of the bunch. Jeff Tuel, Buffalo Bills Jeff...
Week 1 is only a few days away, and with the Bills having some big questions to answer already. It'll be interesting how the Patriots will play and perform Sunday given that the Bills will be playing on a third string QB, a new head coach and some key defenders that are missing. It's kind of like a fifth preseason game for the Patriots, and I'm not trying to say this...