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Bills send Colin Brown his walking papers

Mike Rodak of reports that the Buffalo Bills have told offensive lineman, Colin Brown, to go agitate the gravel on Tuesday.  Releasing Brown cements Doug Legursky as the Bills’ starting left guard. Filling in for Legursky who injured his knee in the Bills’ final preseason game, Brown started the first five games of the regular season and his play was mediocre at best...
Via NFL Injury Report
October 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Get Well Soon

I am a sports pessimist. I fully expect the worst outcome for my beloved teams at every turn. In my mind, the Mets bullpen has never seen a lead too large to blow, the Syracuse basketball team hasn’t gotten a call their way since the 1970’s, and without fail, the Bills will pull the rug out from underneath me as soon as I allow the mere thought of victory to cross my mind. To...
Via Buddy Nixon
September 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Bills cut starting left guard Brown

The Buffalo Bills are making a switch at left guard by releasing starter Colin Brown in a move that opens the door for Doug Legursky. Brown was cut Tuesday, two days after his season-long struggles continued in a 27-24 overtime loss to Cincinnati. Brown split playing time with Legursky over the past two weeks before being benched in the second half last weekend. Coach Doug Marrone...
Via AP on Fox
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Bills announce re-signing of reserve guard Colin Brown

Buffalo Bills reserve offensive lineman Colin Brown is just returning to full strength after suffering a severe hamstring tear. Apparently, the Bills think he'll be healthy enough to help out their team, as Buffalo announced Tuesday that they re-signed the restricted free agent.Brown was placed on IR following a Week 5 start at guard that saw him tear his hamstring from the bone...
Via AFC East Daily
February 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Brown to remain at center

His first series was a little shaky when he had to step in for the injured Kraig Urbik at center, but Colin Brown, who saw his first live action at center in his career eventually settled in and was steady for an offense that found some rhythm in their most recent win Saturday. “Colin was a little shaky early with the snaps and then he settled down and did a better job,” said...
Via Inside the Bills
December 24, 2011  |  Discuss
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