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His last two seasons have ended prematurely on injured reserve, but fully healthy now, Roscoe Parrish hopes to be back with the Bills in 2012.
Parrish, who is set to become a free agent at the end of the season, wants to re-sign with the club that made him a second-round draft choice in 2005.
“Yeah I would love to be back here,” he said. ”I’ve been with this team my whole career. Most definitely I’d love to be back here. I just want to play football and get the opportunity again. Seize the moment and take advantage of it.”
Parrish is back in town running agility drills and working out in the team’s weight room. He’s expecting to be medically cleared within a week and knows the importance of heading into the offseason healthy.
“You don’t want to think about the negative things, you just want to think about the positive,” he said. ”The good thing about it is I’ll be cleared before the season is over. Today I ran agility drills and ran some routes pretty good. I’m just trying to get
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Bills kicker Dave Rayner missed practice Wednesday and was limited on Thursday, but head coach Chan Gailey is confident he’ll be good to go come Sunday against the Dolphins.
“We had Rayner limited today,” said Gailey after Thursday’s practice. ”But I think he’s going to be just fine. He kicked on the side.”
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Bills CB Aaron Williams looks ready to return from a knee injury suffered against the Titans in Week 13. TE Scott Chandler, wh sustained an ankle injury in that same game however, is not.
“Aaron’s going to practice today, Scott is not going to practice today,” said head coach Chan Gailey Wednesday. ”I have a lot of hope for Aaron, I don’t have much hope for Scott making...
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The Bills still could move up if they lose out and finish 5-11.
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The Buffalo Bills signed right tackle Erik Pears to a contract extension Tuesday, the team announced. Terms of the deal have not yet been released.
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