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The Bills addition of Brad Smith in free agency was anticipated to be one of intriguing versatility. A weapon to be used in many areas, but from the day he was signed head coach Chan Gailey warned that without a full offseason to evaluate and implement his talents into the playbook, using Smith to his full potential would prove difficult this season.
“We don’t know all of what he can do,” said Gailey. ”We got him so late we were already going and it was just hard to find out everything that he is capable of. I think he’s going to be a very big part of what we’re trying to do as time goes on, but it just hasn’t worked out thus far. I think he’s a good athlete and I know he’s a good football player. We’re just going to keep working with him and trying to incorporate him
“Without evaluation time or implementation time it’s just hard. Unless they do one thing and that’s who they are, it’s hard to plug them in. He so versatile and does so many things for us it’s like he gets pulled i
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Head coach Chan Gailey when asked if Moore might line up at outside linebacker or even defensive tackle in passing situations said yes to both positions.
“We’re playing the hybrid thing right now so he is going to be both,” said Gailey. ”What we think he brings to us is he...
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Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson did not practice Wednesday due to a shoulder ailment that could keep him out of this weekend's game against the rival Miami Dolphins.Johnson suffered the injury late in last week's thumping at the hands of the Dallas Cowboys. Buffalo head coach Chan Gailey remains cautiously optimistic that Johnson will play Sunday."We hope...
Two players that haven’t practiced all week are back on the practice field today (Friday).
David Nelson, who missed practice Thursday due to illness is practicing.
Spencer Johnson is back practicing as Chan Gailey indicated he would after missing Wednesday and Thursday with a calf injury.
Buffalo's Stevie Johnson has returned to practice on a limited basis, though coach Chan Gailey says it's too early to determine whether the leading receiver's injured left shoulder will be healed in time to play at Miami on Sunday.
---Wide receiver Stevie Johnson (shoulder) and right tackle Erik Pears (groin) returned to practice today after sitting out Wednesday’s session with injuries.
Both were limited but coach Chan Gailey said Pears took nearly every rep and while he couldn’t say for certain if Johnson would be available for Sunday’s game in Miami, he felt optimistic because he practiced.
Neither Bills receiver Stevie Johnson or safety George Wilson will practice today as a result of injuries they suffered in the team's loss at Dallas Sunday.
Johnson suffered an injury to his shoulder area late in the game. He said he's hopeful of playing but was far from making guarantees.
"We’ll see what happens when we make it to Sunday. ... I’m definitely...
Bills DB Josh Nesbitt, who was elevated to the active roster Tuesday, will have his playing status for Sunday riding on George Wilson’s health.
That according to head coach Chan Gailey, who basically said that if Wilson can’t play Sunday in Miami then Nesbitt would see special teams work.
“I think it will all be predicated on George’s health,” said Gailey. ”If George...
---Strong safety George Wilson is doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins with a neck injury, although coach Chan Gailey holds out the slight hope that his defensive leader will be able to play.
If Wilson can’t play, either veteran Bryan Scott or rookie Da’Norris Searcy will start at strong safety. Kicker Rian Lindell (shoulder) is out for the game.