Nothing special about the Bills special teams department; They have to fire Danny Crossman

While I am always one to gripe about Special Teams, I feel I have a good cause. I was a special teams player growing up as a kicker and I have even worked with the Orlando Predators as a kicking assistant for a couple years.  The Buffalo Bills special teams coach Danny Crossman has to […]
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December 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Easley Promoted To Bills 53-Man Roster

After spending the 2010 and 2011 seasons on the Buffalo Bills injured reserve, Stratford, CT native and former UConn Huskies wide receiver Marcus Easley will finally get his chance to play in the NFL. Easley, who was cut before the season and then signed to the Bills practice squad, was promoted from the practice squad on Tuesday to the Bills 53-man roster. He was a fourth...
Via Sox and Dawgs
November 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Bills ink 5 to practice squad, including WR Easley

The Buffalo Bills have signed five players to their practice squad, including receiver Marcus Easley. Easley is back with the Bills after being cut by the team Friday. Selected by Buffalo in the fourth-round of the 2010 draft out of Connecticut, he missed his rookie season due to a knee injury, and last year because of a heart condition. The Bills, who open their season at the...
Via AP on Fox
September 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Could this year be Easley’s last chance?

It’s been a forgetful first two years in the NFL for 2010 fourth round pick Marcus Easley.In two seasons, the only games that Easley has participated in have been two preseason contests. Both of which came last year.A knee injury caused him to miss all of his rookie year, and a heart ailment forced him to have to sit the entire 2011 season. Needless to say, Easley and the rest...
Via Queen City Sports
May 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Easley update

Though much of this news is similar to what we provided on in mid-December, here is a recent write up on Marcus Easley, who is set to resume his football career after his medical condition was remedied. The story comes from his hometown paper the Connecticut Post. Easley spent the better part of the second half of the regular season working out in the team’s weight...
Via Inside the Bills
January 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Former UConn WR Easley Cleared to Play

Former UConn wide receiver Marcus Easley was a fourth-round pick of the Buffalo Bills in 2010. He suffered a knee injury during training camp, landed on injured reserve and missed the season. In 2011, the Bills had planned for him to play opposite Stevie Johnson but Easley again ended up on injured reserve, this time with a heart condition. After nearly two frustrating seasons...
Via NBC Connecticut
December 15, 2011  |  Discuss

Marcus Easley cleared to resume play for Bills

Buffalo Bills receiver Marcus Easley will be back on the football field in 2012, the Bills are not in the market...
Via Boston Herald Sports
December 15, 2011  |  Discuss

Easley cleared to return in 2012

Bills receiver Marcus Easley said today he has been cleared to resume his football career and will be ready to practice and play in 2012. Easley went on the injured reserve list right after the season opener when it was discovered he had a heart condition that prevented him from playing. "When it first came about it was so random, it came out of nowhere," Easley said...
Via Billboard
December 14, 2011  |  Discuss

Easley won't comment on his health

---Wide receiver Marcus Easley was in the Bills’ facility on Thursday but didn’t comment on his current health condition, what led the team to place him on season-ending injured reserve or if his condition is career threatening. The Bills placed the former UConn wideout on IR in September because of a heart ailment, according to a source. When asked if he would be able to continue...
Via Billboard
November 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Easley at 1 Bills Dr.

Bills WR Marcus Easley is on injured reserve, but much like last year Easley has been hanging around of late and sitting in on meetings and interacting with teammates. Easley’s season came to a premature end when a medical condition forced him to the sidelines at the start of the season. Easley spoke for the first time since going on I-R, but chose to keep most of his current situation...
Via Inside the Bills
November 17, 2011  |  Discuss

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