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Bills head coach Chan Gailey labeled Rian Lindell as week to week after breaking a bone in his shoulder last Sunday.
Gailey said they’re fine carrying a couple of kickers on the roster for a while. He also said that Lindell has a chance to be back before the season is over.
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The Bills will be without 34-year old kicker Rian Lindell for the next 4-6 weeks due to a very serious shoulder injury. Lindell has kicked in all 8 games for the Bills so far this year and he has made 12 of 15 field goals (80%). He also has connected on all 25 of his extra points this year as he has scored 64 points for the Bills so far in 2011. The Bills will likely have a...
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - Injuries are piling up for the Buffalo Bills, who are searching for a kicker and face the...
Nose tackle Kyle Williams is expected to miss the rest of the season, based on reports the Buffalo Bills have received so far, sources told The Buffalo News today.
Williams has missed the past three games because of a foot injury, which is believed to be bone spurs irritating his Achilles tendon.
Additionally, The News has learned that kicker Rian Lindell is expected to...
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The Buffalo Bills are expected to sign kicker Dave Rayner to replace injured Rian Lindell, according to a league source.
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