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Leodis McKelvin spent most of Sunday afternoon in Miami on the sidelines as rookies Aaron Williams and Justin Rogers went on the field defensively instead, even after the season-ending injury to Terrence McGee. Head coach Chan Gailey was asked Monday if McKelvin will remain at the back end of the depth chart.
“That remains to be seen,” said Gailey. ”Obviously with the injury that changes things. We’ll see how that goes.”
McKelvin said last week that he’s determined to climb out of the slump that he’s been in, but whether he gets the opportunity to make good on the field this Sunday against the Jets looks like a wait and see situatoin.
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Does Chan Gailey take the blame for the Bills' free-fall?I’ve been a Bills fan since I was four years old. As a result, I’ve seen a lot of ugly play and poor games from my Bills over the years.But NOTHING has topped these past three weeks.A season that began with such promise has completely and totally unraveled, as the Bills have endured three straight blowout losses at...
Buffalo Bills starting cornerback Terrence McGee and receiver Donald Jones haven been placed on season-ending injured reserve.
The team announced the moves Tuesday.
McGee had surgery on his left knee Monday after getting hurt in Sunday's blowout loss to the Miami Dolphins. Jones also was hurt in the Miami game, aggravating a left ankle injury from earlier this season.
Bills head coach Chan Gailey was critical of his decision to put Andy Levitre at center to play his third position in five weeks on Buffalo’s offensive line Sunday. In the wake of accepting blame Gailey also indicated that Kraig Urbik is likely to man center next Sunday against the Jets.
“That’s probably the direction we’re going to have to go from here on out,” said Gailey...
The Buffalo Bills are left searching for answers after their latest blowout loss. Here from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and coach Chan Gailey here.
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MIAMI -- Well, it just keeps getting worse. The Bills got humiliated by the Dolphins here today, 35-8, dropping their third straight to fall to 5-5 on the season. That's three consecutive blowouts by a combined score of 106-26. It's no longer a question of whether they'll make the playoffs, but whether they'll win another game. They might be the worst team in the...
Another week, another pair of players placed on injured reserve for the Buffalo Bills.
Cornerback Terrence McGee and wide receiver Donald Jones are the latest two to go down, as both were placed on the season-ending list today. To take their place, the Bills signed a pair of wide receivers to the 53-man roster.
Kamar Aiken was promoted from the practice squad and the Bills signed...
The Buffalo Bills have placed wide receiver Donald Jones and cornerback Terrence McGee on season-ending injured reserve.
Arizona: DT Dan Williams (arm), RT Brandon Keith (concussion). Buffalo: RB Fred Jackson (leg), WR Donald Jones (ankle), CB Terrence McGee (leg). Chicago: QB Jay Cutler (broken thumb). Green Bay: RB James Starks (knee).
The Buffalo Bills, losers of three straight games, certainly did not need any additional bad news. But here it comes, via the BillBoard:
Bills coach Chan Gailey said [Fred] Jackson is out for Sunday's key AFC East game against the New York Jets. And Gailey said Jackson might be done for the year.
"Fred's not good, and I know he'll miss this one," Gailey said...
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson won't play Sunday in New York against the Jets because of a leg injury. Jackson was ruled out by coach Chan Gailey on Wednesday because of a right calf injury sustained in Buffalo's blowout loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Gailey also wasn't optimistic when he was asked if Jackson would be back before the regular season ends.
ORCHARD PARK -- Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson won’t play Sunday against the Jets because of a leg injury.
Jackson was ruled out by coach Chan Gailey on Wednesday because of a right calf injury sustained in Buffalo’s blowout loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Gailey...