J.P. Losman is familiar enough with Buffalo Bills fans to not make any predictions regarding what reception he might get should the Miami Dolphins backup quarterback start against his former team this weekend.
Whether he gets booed or cheered, Losman says he'll ''laugh it off.''
Losman heard both - and often in the same game - during a mercurial five-year career in Buffalo.
It began with great promise in 2004, when the Bills drafted the strong-armed Tulane product 22nd overall. And it ended five years later, after Losman lost the starting job for a second time to Trent Edwards.
On Sunday, he'll make his first return to Buffalo, though it's uncertain whether he'll start in place of Matt Moore, who sustained a concussion and a neck injury last weekend.