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Buffalo Rumblings Dec 6, 2017
Bills Links, 12/6: Unexpected names moved to injured reserve in Buffalo

Bills Links, 12/6: Unexpected names moved to injured reserve in Buffalo

Shaq Lawson and Jordan Mathews are done for the year The Buffalo Bills officially ended the season for Shaq Lawson and Jordan Mathews on Tuesday, in a relatively surprising move to fans of the team. The move ended the relatively disappointing season for each player, as neither Lawson or Mathews lived up to expectations. Today’s edition of the Bills Links features all of the coverage on the moves, including the promotion of Cap Capi and Brandon Reilly from the practice squad. Buffalo Bills send Lawson, Matthews to Injured Reserve - WKBW.comThe Buffalo Bills sent a pair of starting players...
Buffalo Rumblings Dec 5, 2017
Buffalo Bills place Shaq Lawson, Jordan Matthews on injured reserve

Buffalo Bills place Shaq Lawson, Jordan Matthews on injured reserve

The Bills WR corps becomes even more depleted On Tuesday, the Buffalo Bills added wide receiver Jordan Matthews and defensive lineman Shaq Lawson to injured reserve with a knee and ankle injury, respectively, ending their seasons. To replace them on the roster the Bills have called up wide receiver Brandon Reilly and defensive end Cap Capi from the practice squad. With the season over for Matthews, his time in Buffalo is likely finished, as well. Matthews, who was acquired in a trade during training camp, was only under contract for the 2017 season. This season he has totaled 25 catches...
NFL Trade Rumors Dec 5, 2017

Bills Place WR Jordan Matthews & DE Shaq Lawson On IR, Promote Two

The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday that they’ve placed WR Jordan Matthews and DE Shaq Lawson on injured reserve and promoted WR Brandon Reilly and DE Cap Capi to their active roster. The  Bills also signed S Dean Marlowe and P Cory Carter to their practice squad. The post Bills Place WR Jordan Matthews & DE Shaq Lawson On IR, Promote Two appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
Buffalo Rumblings Dec 3, 2017
Bills defenders Shaq Lawson, Leonard Johnson leave game with leg injuries

Bills defenders Shaq Lawson, Leonard Johnson leave game with leg injuries

That won’t help. The Buffalo Bills are down two starting defenders with 21 minutes left in the game against the New England Patriots. The injuries both happened on the opening drive of the second half and both Shaq Lawson (right ankle) and Leonard Johnson (left knee) are questionable to return. Lawson was carted off the field almost immediately after heading to the sideline in obvious pain. He was hurt on a first-and-goal pile-up and limped to the sideline. Eddie Yarbough will get more snaps in the defensive line rotation in place of Lawson. Johnson was hurt on a 3rd down play but they...
Buffalo Rumblings Nov 27, 2017
Shaq Lawson didn’t start vs. Kansas City Chiefs as punishment for unknown violation

Shaq Lawson didn’t start vs. Kansas City Chiefs as punishment for unknown violation

Sean McDermott says it will be kept between him and Lawson Shaq Lawson did not start against the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, and now we know why, sort of anyway. Speaking with the media on Monday, Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that Eddie Yarbrough got the starting nod at left defensive end over Lawson "due to a situation that will be kept between Shaq [Lawson] and myself." Speculation suggests that the move was a disciplinary one. Lawson, who did not sit out of the game for very long at all, finished his day with four tackles, one of which went for a loss. Yarbrough had a pair...

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