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The Buffalo Bills had nothing to lose by signing Shawne Merriman off waivers in 2010, but have yet to see "Lights Out" put together a successful full season.
According to the Buffalo News, Merriman completed the entire 90 minute practice yesterday, his first football workout since October.
"You know, it's the first day of practice, for me anyway, in a long time," Merriman said. "So I had a lot of time off and got a chance to go back out there with the guys and put on a helmet again. ... It felt pretty good, man."
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Buffalo Bills defensive end Shawne Merriman is feeling like his ''Lights Out'' self again after participating in his first practice in nearly eight months.
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