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Buffalo Rumblings Oct 3, 2017
Bills Links, 10/3: Will Buffalo make a move following Jordan Matthews’ injury?

Bills Links, 10/3: Will Buffalo make a move following Jordan Matthews’ injury?

A thin receiver corps takes a hit with Matthews out a month. While the Buffalo Bills improved to 3-1, it was confirmed on Monday that Jordan Matthews, Ramon Humber, and Colt Anderson will all require surgery. Nothing has been confirmed with specific timelines yet, or if the team will consider injured reserve for any of the players. Despite the injury to Matthews the Bills still released wide receiver Walt Powell on Monday. It still remains to be seen if the Bills will make a move to bolster the receiving corps in light of the Matthews injury. There was plenty of speculation and questions...
NFL Trade Rumors Oct 2, 2017

Bills Waive WR Walter Powell

The Buffalo Bills announced Monday that they’ve waived WR Walt Powell, who was eligible to return from suspension this week. Powell just finished serving his four-game suspension for testing positive for performance-enhancing substances. Powell, 25, is a former sixth-round pick of the Cardinals back in May of last year. He was unable to make the team’s 53-man roster … The post Bills Waive WR Walter Powell appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.

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