By Jay Skurski
The Buffalo Bills will go with what they've got at wide receiver.
That decision was made evident late this morning when the team announced it has re-signed running back Johnny White, who was released during final cuts last month.
White fills the roster spot of receiver David Nelson, who was placed on injured reserve because of the torn ACL in his right knee suffered during Sunday's season-opening loss to the New York Jets.
White was needed because running back Fred Jackson will miss at least the rest of this month because of a sprained LCL. White will serve as the No. 3 back behind CJ Spiller and Tashard Choice.
The Bills opted not to add a receiver because they've still got five on the roster (counting Brad Smith) -- Stevie Johnson, Donald Jones, T.J. Graham and Ruvell Martin.
Coach Chan Gailey said Monday Graham, the team's rookie third-round pick, will get his shot in the home opener against the Kansas City Chiefs after being inactive against the Jets.