By Tim Graham
For the second straight day, the Buffalo Bills continued to tinker with their practice squad.
They signed offensive lineman Reggie Stephens, a Cincinnati Bengals seventh-round draft choice in 2010. To make room, they have released receiver Kamar Aiken.
The Bills have listed Stevens as a guard and tackle, which will come in handy if they suffer any more O-line injuries. They will be missing starting left tackle Cordy Glenn and right guard Kraig Urbik with ankle injuries for at least a couple weeks.
Stevens spent much of last season on the Chicago Bears practice squad and returned to the Bengals for training camp this summer before getting cut.
On Tuesday, the Bills signed to their taxi squad guard/tackle Andrew Jackson and defensive back Mana Silva and released tight end LaMark Brown and defensive back Isaiah Green.