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BY NICK ST. DENISJairus Byrd will likely be a no-go when his Buffalo Bills open the regular season.The Bills' star/drama-stirring safety is officially listed as doubtful for Sunday's bout with the New England Patriots, according to the NFL's official injury report. Byrd has been limited in practice this week with a foot ailment.Cornerback Stephon Gilmore (wrist), kicker Dustin Hopkins (groin) and offensive lineman Doug Legursky (knee) were placed in the "out" column, as expected. All three were non-participants in practice Friday.With Gilmore out and Byrd probably sitting, Buffalo's secondary will have its hands full against the always high-powered Patriots offense. Justin Rogers is slated to start opposite Leodis McKelvin, though Buffalo will use a handful of cornerbacks to get through this one.Da'Norris Searcy is listed as Byrd's backup at free safety on the depth chart, and newly-acquired safety Jim Leonhard, who is very familiar with defensive c...
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Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News reports that multiple league sources have informed him that Bills S Jairus Byrd is trying to orchestrate a trade out of Buffalo.
The two sides are reportedly at an ”impasse” with regards to a long-term extension. Numerous reports have suggested that Byrd is clearly unhappy with his contract situation, so is only real option would be to find...
According to the Buffalo News, Bills safety Jairus Byrd and his agent are working on way to get him traded out of Buffalo.
The objective of Jairus Byrd and his agent is to engineer a trade from the Buffalo Bills by the NFL trade deadline, two league sources told The News.
The negotiating position is hardly a surprise, given the impasse in contract talks between the two sides and...
According to Geoff Mosher of CSN Philly, the Eagles are “extremely unlikely” to trade for Bills S Jairus Byrd, despite the fact that Philadelphia could really use some help at safety.
A report from earlier in the day suggested that Byrd and his agent are in the process of orchestrating a trade out of Buffalo. Byrd is considered to be one of the best safeties in the game and...
Bills safety Jairus Byrd is fed up, and wants out of Buffalo now.
Byrd, who signed his franchise tender and agreed to play this season for $6.916 million, is trying to orchestrate a trade out of Buffalo, according to the Buffalo News.
It’s not clear exactly what Byrd and his agent are doing to try to get traded, and it’s also not clear whether any teams are interested in giving...
Contrary to a report Bills safety Jairus Byrd has not requested a trade but according to a source close to the situation he would welcome a change of scenery at this point as he plays out the 2013 season on the franchise tag. Sources said the Bills sought further clarity from the NFL about his status inquiring as to whether if he were traded if a new team could possibly alter his...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Bills safety Jairus Byrd would welcome a trade as he plays under the franchise tag this season.
Contrary to a report, Bills safety Jairus Byrd has not requested a trade, but, according to a source close to the situation, he would welcome a change of scenery at this point as he plays out the 2013 season on the franchise tag. Sources...
There is more drama going on in Orchard Park, New York than
my daughter’s 7th grade homeroom.
After flying into camp late, signing his franchise tender at the last
moment and publicly hinting at his displeasure with the Bills for placing the
franchise tag designation on him, Buffalo Bills safety, Jairus Byrd, wants out
David Smith of NBCSports reports that...
The objective of Jairus Byrd and his agent is to engineer a trade from the Buffalo Bills by the NFL trade deadline two league sources told The News.
The negotiating position is hardly a surprise given the impasse in contract talks between the two sides and the grim demeanor Byrd presented in his initial news conference upon reporting to the team two weeks ago.
BY NICK ST. DENISIn the middle of an in-season week, most NFL players are learning their upcoming opponents' schemes. Buffalo Bills safety Jairus Byrd is still learning his own.Byrd, who joined his team for the first time a day after training camp ended, is still catching up on the ins and outs of new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine's intricate system, which puts a lot...
One of the biggest questions heading in to the Buffalo Bills season opener against New England on Sunday has been if franchise safety Jairus Byrd will suit up and play for the first time this season.
If the official injury report for week one is to be believed, it appears that it’s unlikely at best that Byrd gets on the field on Sunday. According to the team, Byrd is being...
The Buffalo Bills host the New England Patriots Sunday
afternoon. Who is in? Who is out?
Find out, in your Buffalo Bills Week 1 injury report.
The Bills have three players listed as out for Sunday’s game
and none of them participated in practice all week. They are defensive back Stephon Gilmore
(wrist), kicker Dustin Hopkins (right groin) and offensive lineman Doug