Torbor was placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury.|||||||
Torbor recorded 41 tackles in 10 games with Buffalo last season before undergoing shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum.
Torbor has an injured shoulder that will keep him sidelined indefinitely.|||||||
Bills coach Chan Gailey said Wednesday that Torbor will be out "a long time." Torbor injured his shoulder in Sunday's overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Torbor will make his Bills debut Sunday at Green Bay after missing the season opener against Miami because of a chest injury.|||||||
Torbor signed with Buffalo as a free agent over the offseason. He is expected to start against the Packers.
The Bills have agreed to terms with Torbor a little more than a week after the sixth-year linebacker was cut by the Miami Dolphins. The move was announced by coach Chan Gailey after practice Saturday. Terms of the deal were not immediately available.|||||||
Used mostly as a backup, Torbor is a versatile linebacker, who can play both the inside and outside positions. He is particularly familiar with the 3-4 defense, which the Bills plan to use this season. Torbor is also familiar with Bills first-year defensive coordinator, George Edwards, who previously coached the player in Miami. Torbor spent his first four seasons with the New York Giants, after being selected in the fourth round of the 2004 draft.
The Dolphins signed Torbor on Saturday.|||||||
Torbor comes to the Dolphins from the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, where he filled in when Matthias Kiwanuka was injured. The 2004 fourth-round pick inked a four-year deal with Miami, who went 1-15 last season. In his time with the Giants, Torbor has played in 62 regular season games and recorded 100 tackles and five sacks.