By Jay Skurski
The Bills made a change to their 53-man roster this afternoon, releasing veteran guard Reggie Wells and promoting David Snow from the practice squad.
Wells was signed Oct. 9 to provide insurance along the offensive line with starters Cordy Glenn and Kraig Urbik sidelined because of ankle injuries and key reserve Chad Rinehart hobbled because of a calf injury. The team chose not to have Wells active last week against Arizona, however, and the day before the game promoted Snow and defensive lineman Jay Ross to the active roster from the practice squad (releasing safety Delano Howell and running back Johnny White in the process).
Snow, 6-foot-4 and 305 pounds, was active against the Cardinals, but did not play. The rookie yo-yoed back to the practice squad after being released Monday, along with Ross, as the Bills signed defensive end Shawne Merriman and brought back Howell.
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