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Former UConn wide receiver Marcus Easley was a fourth-round pick of the Buffalo Bills in 2010. He suffered a knee injury during training camp, landed on injured reserve and missed the season. In 2011, the Bills had planned for him to play opposite Stevie Johnson but Easley again ended up on injured reserve, this time with a heart condition.
After nearly two frustrating seasons, there is finally some good news. Details via wgr550.com's Joe Buscaglia:
Head coach Chan Gailey said there is no question that Easley would be cleared to play next season. The wide receiver has been around team facilities recently, so Gailey was asked if Easley would return.
"That's up to him. We're going to give him every opportunity but that's up to him," the head coach said. "Every player gets an opportunity. What they do with that opportunity is totally up to them."
Easley has been attending meetings with the Bills wide receivers and has been at the team facil...
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Today the Buffalo Bills made a significant signing for the teams future. The Bills locked up right tackle Erik Pears for the foreseeable future. Contract terms were not disclosed as the team never lets the numbers out after a signing.
In Pears the team did not resign a perennial Pro Bowler at the position but what the Bills did get in this extension is keeping the core of their offensive...
Buffalo Bills receiver Marcus Easley will be back on the football field in 2012, the Bills are not in the market...
Bills kicker Dave Rayner missed practice Wednesday and was limited on Thursday, but head coach Chan Gailey is confident he’ll be good to go come Sunday against the Dolphins.
“We had Rayner limited today,” said Gailey after Thursday’s practice. ”But I think he’s going to be just fine. He kicked on the side.”
Rayner said he felt pain in the middle of his pelvis during...
Bills CB Aaron Williams looks ready to return from a knee injury suffered against the Titans in Week 13. TE Scott Chandler, wh sustained an ankle injury in that same game however, is not.
“Aaron’s going to practice today, Scott is not going to practice today,” said head coach Chan Gailey Wednesday. ”I have a lot of hope for Aaron, I don’t have much hope for Scott making...
Bills TE Scott Chandler is not practicing for a third straight day.
Chandler is dealing with an ankle injury that has already kept him out of last week’s game at San Diego. We’ll have his official status for Sunday’s game later today.
Bills head coach Chan Gailey confirmed that the plan going into Sunday’s game is for Demetrius Bell to start against the Dolphins. But that doesn’t mean that Chris Hairston won’t play Sunday.
“Right now that is the plan, for him to start at left tackle,” said Gailey. “He played well last week and did some good things so we’ll give him a shot.”
In his weekly one-on...
His last two seasons have ended prematurely on injured reserve, but fully healthy now, Roscoe Parrish hopes to be back with the Bills in 2012.
Parrish, who is set to become a free agent at the end of the season, wants to re-sign with the club that made him a second-round draft choice in 2005.
“Yeah I would love to be back here,” he said. ”I’ve been with this team my whole...
As stated by head coach Chan Gailey earlier in the day TE Scott Chandler is not practicing.
He is the only non-participant for the Bills. Aaron Williams is back practicing off a knee injury.
On Saturday (Dec 17), 29 WNY children, all of whom have a parent serving overseas that they will separated from this holiday season, will be treated to a very special Christmas celebration courtesy of Drayton Florence, cornerback for the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, and the Drayton Florence Foundation.
From 12-1:30 pm, Florence and some of his Bills teammates will be at the Santa’s Vision...
The Buffalo Bills are facing two major issues when it comes to the red zone.
One is getting there. Two is doing...
Stevie Johnson could be down to playing his final games with the Buffalo Bills after contract talks broke off a few weeks ago.