Found December 02, 2011 on
Buffalo Bills safety George Wilson
missed his second straight practice due to a neck injury leaving
him unlikely to play against Tennessee on Sunday.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
George Wilson is again on the sidelines for practice.
Wilson, who has missed the last two games with a neck stinger is not looking good for Sunday’s game as he is not practicing again here on Thursday.
He didn’t practice Wednesday either.
Bills S George Wilson is not practicing again here on Friday.
Team doctors obviously did not clear him for practice making him highly doubtful for Sunday’s game.
George Wilson felt his chances of playing this week compared to last week were significantly better. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to be playing out that way.
Head coach Chan Gailey admitted after Thursday’s practice without Wilson that the strong safety would be a long shot for Sunday’s game.
“I’m getting less optimistic every day,” Gailey said with respect to Wilson’s...
Buffalo Bills starting safety George Wilson's neck injury will force him to miss his third straight game on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
Bills coach Chan Gailey was optimistic about the health of cornerback Leodis McKelvin entering the game against the Titans Sunday but was cautious about strong safety George Wilson. McKelvin bruised ribs in the loss at New York Sunday.
“Probably Leodis’ is less significant, so he has a better chance to practice today or tomorrow," said Gailey. "He might not get out...
The Buffalo Bills' defense ranks 28th in points allowed and 22nd in yards allowed throgh 11 games.
The Bills had way too many mental mistakes in the 28-24 loss to the New York Jets last week.
"Last week we had, I believe it was 20-plus mental errors," said Bills safety George Wilson. "Any time you're making that many mistakes, you’re helping your opponents...
Here’s the Bills official injury report with practice participation.
Did not practice
S George Wilson – neck
CB Leodis McKelvin – ribs
Limited in practice
K Rian Lindell – shoulder
WR Naaman Roosevelt – shoulder
The three rookies in the secondary that have seen a lot of playing time the past two games will be playing their first home game in the secondary together. Knowing that communication has been an issue between all of them Buffalo’s defensive staff is preparing them for the crowd noise Bills fans will be providing to disrupt the Titans offense.
Chan Gailey has had crowd noise blaring...