August 30, 2013 - 6:36 PM
By Tim Graham
The Buffalo Bills made several roster moves today in advance of the 6 p.m. Saturday deadline to reduce their roster to 53 players.
- Quarterback Matt Leinart
- Running back Zach Brown
- Running back Kendall Gaskins
- Wide receiver Brandon Kaufman
- Tight end Dorin Dickerson
- Tight end Nick
- Center David Snow
- Guard Antoine Caldwell
- Guard Zack Chibane
- Tackle Zebrie Sanders
- Defensive tackle Jarron Gilbert
- Defensive end Kourtnei Brown
- Linebacker Keith Pough
- Linebacker Brian Smith
- Cornerback Crezdon Butler
- Cornerback T.J. Heath
- Cornerback Jordan Dangerfield
- Cornerback Kip Edwards
- Quarterback Kevin Kolb (concussion)
- Fullback Drew Smith (thumb)
- Wide receiver Brad Smith (ribs)
By Jay Skurski
Zebrie Sanders looked like a good value pick by the Buffalo Bills when he was selected in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
The 6-foot-6, 318-pound offensive tackle had started 50 of 53 career games at Florida State, second most in the rich football history of the Seminoles' program.
But Sanders' career was sidetracked by injury -- two of them, actually -- that caused him to miss his entire rookie season on injured reserve. Sometime during the second week of training camp last year -- Sanders isn't exactly sure when -- he tore the labrum in his right hip.
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By Tim Graham
If the Buffalo Bills are unwilling or unable to re-sign left
guard Andy Levitre, then there's little reason to get critical of his departure
until we know on whom the club will choose to spend its money.
Buffalo News senior columnist Jerry Sullivan examined Levitre's situation for this morning's paper. The Bills don't have to re-sign Levitre.
From a practical standpoint, however, the Bills would have one more hole to fill without him. They would need
to replace a quality guard who hasn't missed a start since he turned pro in
NFL.com editor Gregg Rosenthal ranked Levitre the best guard
and ninth-best player at any position in this year's free-agency class.
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