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Bills cornerback and return specialist Leodis McKelvin has been placed on injured reserve because of a groin injury.
Buffalo signed linebacker Kirk Morrison back to the team after releasing him on Dec. 3 after he was inactive for 12 games. 30-year-old made 7 tackles for the Bills in 2011 after spending six years with Oakland and Jacksonville.
McKelvin is a former first-round pick in the final year of his contract and eligible to become an unrestricted free agent in the offseason. He set franchise records for punt return yards with 431 this year, giving him the career record at 637. He has taken two punts back for touchdowns this season as well.
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The Bills have agreed to a long term lease extension with Erie County
This is a 10 year extension
The team CAN’T leave before 7 years
AFTER 7 years, the team can’t move without a 400 million dollar penalty
Coincides with the NEW CBA: Team pays 900 million to relocate per NFL
130 million coming to the team for stadium renovations to start the 2013 season
Leodis McKelvin's spectacular campaign at punt return will come to an end a little early, as the 27-year-old utility player was placed on Injured Reserve Thursday. McKelvin has lead the league all season in punt return average, and he currently sits 10th on the all-time single-season list behind Lemar Parrish, who was the last to put up more than 18.7 yards per return back in 1974...
Center Eric Wood considers the Buffalo Bills' annual games in Toronto to be ''a joke,'' believing the team gives away its home-field edge by playing under a dome and in front of ambivalent crowds.
Wood first expressed his frustrations during his weekly show on Buffalo's WGRF-Radio on Monday, a day after a 50-17 loss to Seattle in Toronto. He stuck by his...
The Buffalo Bills have reached an agreement with Erie County and the state of New York on a new lease deal for Ralph Wilson Stadium. The 10-year deal will keep the Bills in western new york, according to sources.
The deal was brokered by New York state Governor Andrew Cuomo and avoided the expiration of the current lease on Buffalo’s stadium, which would have expired on July 1st...
Stevie Johnson's season has gone much like the one-handed catch the Buffalo Bills receiver made last weekend.
It looked marvelous: Johnson leaping over the middle to snag the ball with one hand, bring it in and control it before he landed on the turf for a 25-yard gain. Trouble is, the drive stalled and Buffalo lost the game.
''It's a pretty cool catch,''...
The Buffalo Bills continue to make their annual pilgrimage to the Great White North to play at least one official home game in Toronto, Canada per NFL season, but that does not mean that all of the players are on board. In fact, at least one Bills player is getting sick of this tradition.
Buffalo offensive lineman Eric Wood would like to play all eight home games in Ralph Wilson...
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said Wednesday that progress is being made in lease negotiations between the county, state and Buffalo Bills to keep the team at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
The talks, the latest of which took place Tuesday, have picked up in recent weeks, Poloncarz said, after slowing while state officials dealt with the preparation and aftermath of Superstorm Sandy...
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This weeks Water Cooler features QCS writers Mike Bundt, Ryan Talbot, Brandon Hess, and Robert Quinn
Mike Bundt: What’s up everybody! Obviously Sunday was an embarrassing Bills game for the Bills in which little went right. So instead of focusing on everything that went wrong in that game, I’ll start by asking you guys how you feel about Buffalo extending Kraig Urbik earlier...
First and foremost, I’d like to thank Kevin Connors for joining me as I dust off 12 Questions with the 12th Man. Most will recognize Kevin from his job as anchor of SportsCenter, but I’ve gotten to know him on Twitter as a diehard Buffalo Bills fan.
Connors has very insightful opinions on the Bills, both current and past, and I know that all Bills fans will enjoy this interview...
Scratch one more team from the potential "Move to L.A" theory in the NFL.
State lawmakers and the Buffalo Bills announced Friday morning they've come to an agreement that will keep the football team playing in Buffalo, for more than likely at least the next 10-years.
The deal all but locks the team in, by stipulating any relocation would...
We all knew Buffalo Bills players were not fans of the five-year Toronto Series that saw them play one "home" game a season at Toronto's Rogers Centre.Last season, quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and safety George Wilson were extremely critical of the atmosphere and lack of home-field advantage, and receiver Stevie Johnson echoed those sentiments last week.This week, one...