Byrd, McCargo Limited: Jairus Byrd is the only new name on the injury report. He was limited today with a hip injury. John McCargo did practice today on a limited basis after missing Sunday's game with a calf injury. The team expects to be without Chris Ellis until the weekend at the earliest since his Mom's funeral isn't until Friday. He won't play this weekend. Injury Page.
Linebacker Changes: The Bills have shaken up their linebacking corps thanks to two dreadful games on run defense. Kawika Mitchell is moving to middle linebacker and Ashlee Palmer will start on the outside. Mitchell played in the middle for the Chiefs. He said it is natural to move back there. Dick Jauron says it gives them more experience at a tough position to play. The middle linebacker makes all the play calls for the defense. Depth Chart.
Bell Practicing: The Bills got a bit of good news as Demetrius Bell took part in practice today. Chris Ellis was absent as he deals with the passing of his mother this weekend. Donte Whitner, Bryan Scott, and Paul Posluszny were in attendance for today's practice but did not workout.
Fans Everywhere Pessimistic: In many circles I'm known as a person who looks optimistically but realistically when it comes to the team. If you've been following my articles and tweet posts during games you know that has become nearly impossible to do. I received an e-mail from a fan that nicely states how I feel as well as I'm sure many Bills fans feel about the future of this team. Complete Story.
Tuesday October 6, 2009
Bills Look To Put Game Behind Them: There is plenty of blame to go around for the debacle in Miami. Dick Jauron took the blame and so did many of the players. The so called 24 hour rule means the players are using today's day off to put the loss behind them and come back to get ready for winless Cleveland on Sunday. The players must realize if they get off to a slow start in front of the soldout home crowd it could get ugly in the stands real fast. We will be there to see it. It could get interesting.
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