The Bills placed WR Donald Jones on the non-football/illness list and LB Arthur Moats on injured reserve.
The Bills' made a change in the linebacking corps to help the run defense, inserting rookie Nigel Bradham as a starter.
Third-year pro Arthur Moats enters the Bills' preseason as the No. 1 strong-side ’backer, ahead of veteran Kirk Morrison.
After a lockout-shortened 2011 offseason, third-year players get an extra chance to make a leap in development this summer.
Second-year LBs Arthur Moats and Danny Batten have not been able to spark the Bills' pass rush.
The Bills chose not to address the need for a pass-rushing outside linebacker in the draft, so the pressure will be on Shawne Merriman to return to form.
With New England DL Mike Wright still recovering from a concussion suffered in Week 11, the team's pass rush has suffered, and Vince Wilfork has had to play more snaps to compensate for his absence, according to AFC East ...
During their stretch of four wins in six games, the Bills' defensive line has shown major improvement compared to the start of the year.
Despite PK Nick Folk's problems with field goals and less-than-ideal kickoffs, it appears the Jets will live with him, according to AFC East Whispers.
The Bills announced Thursday that they have agreed to contracts with sixth-round draft pick LB Arthur Moats and seventh-round draft pick QB Levi Brown. Terms of the deals were not disclosed.