Bills C Eric Wood will miss at least two weeks after partially tearing his MCL in Sunday’s win over the Jaguars.
The Bills can't replace a player like C Eric Wood, but Kraig Urbik's play at the position has given the O-line better cohesion.
Bills C Eric Wood will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a knee injury in the team's Week 10 loss.
The Bills' overachieving O-line has excelled in run blocking and pass protection, overcoming injuries to starters, and is a big reason for Buffalo's success.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien and director of player personnel Nick Caserio spoke to the media on a conference call Tuesday about their upcoming opponent, the Bills.
Although Ryan Fitzpatrick and Fred Jackson will get most of the attention this week, it's the Bills' offensive line that deserves some love for the team's early success.
Eric Wood might be the full-time starting center for the Bills next season, as the former first-round pick impressed coaches at the end of last season.
Fifth-round draft choice Reshad Jones, Miami's third safety, is contributing on special teams and he's destined to be "a real good player," teammate Vontae Davis says in this week's AFC East Whispers.
Injuries on the Bills' offensive line have caused a major reshuffling of the front five, but don't expect a drop-off in play.
According to "AFC Whispers," Bills OG Eric Wood expects to be ready for training camp after suffering a serious leg injury during a game last November, and he surprised observers by taking limited reps at the team's June minicamp.
With new Bills GM Buddy Nix emphasizing how critical the draft process is in developing a contending team, the club's rookie class is something he can build around.