BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) The Buffalo Bills added running back Mike Gillislee to the active roster Saturday. The Bills (5-6) will be without rookie running back Karlos Williams (shoulder) when they host the Houston Texans (6-5) on Sunday. That left the team with just two healthy running backs - starter LeSean McCoy and Boobie Dixon - before Gillislee was promoted from the practice squad...
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December 05, 2015 | Discuss
The Buffalo Bills have promoted RB Mike Gillislee to their active roster on Friday, according to Joe Buscaglia. They’ll need to cut someone loose in order to create a roster spot for Gillislee. The Bills’ practice squad now consists of: LB A.J. Tarpley DE Jerel Worthy DB Sammy Seamster WR Walter Powell DE Cedric Reed TE Nick O’Leary DB Merrill Noel G Cyril Richardson...
The Buffalo Bills signed RB Mike Gillislee to their practice squad on Wednesday, according to Aaron Wilson. Here’s what the Bills’ practice squad currently consists of: RB Mike Gillislee WR Titus Davis DE Cedric Reed TE Nick O’Leary DB Merrill Noel LB Kevin Reddick (Exception) G Cyril Richardson (Exception) WR Dez Lewis T Chris Martin CB Jaylen Watkins Gillislee, 23...
Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reports that the Bills brought in RB Mike Gillislee, DB Jocquel Skinner, and DB Robert Steeples for workouts on Monday. Gillislee, 23, was a fifth-round pick of the Dolphins in the 2013 NFL Draft. He spent just over two years in Miami before he was among their roster cuts at the start of the regular season. The Cardinals later added...
James Walker of ESPN.com writes that Dolphins running backs Daniel Thomas and Mike Gillislee could enter training camp competing for a single roster spot. According to Walker, recently signed RB Knowshon Moreno and last year’s starter Lamar Miller are “locks” to make the team. Meanwhile, Marcus Thigpen‘s versatility and the fact he’s capable of contributing as a...
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