filling up the list along with the eight internal signings the team made

#1 von panxing18 , 08.11.2018 07:18

Buffalo Bills sign OL Ruben Holcomb , DL Robert Thomas to practice squad On Monday morning the Buffalo Bills announced two more signings for their practice squad, over the weekend. Offensive lineman Ruben Holcomb, who had been playing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and defensive tackle Robert Thomas, who spent the summer with the New York Giants, are now part of the Bills organization.Thomas is the longer-tenured player , originally going undrafted in 2014 before finding room as a reserve with the Giants. The 6’1” 316 pound nose guard had a strong preseason, with six tackles and two sacks. Last season, he played 15 games for New York, with 16 tackles, three which qualified as “stops” in the run game.Holcomb is an undrafted rookie from Division II University of Indianapolis. Standing 6’4” 320 pounds, Holcomb was a 44-game starter at UIndy , and started every game at left tackle last season. His natural position is more likely left guard, given his height-weight combo. We can’t know for certain, but Holcomb may be a stand-in for two Bills offensive linemen who didn’t last through waivers: Ike Boettger and Adam Redmond.Here is the full list of Buffalo Bills on the practice squad:DL Robert ThomasOL Ruben HolcombOT Gerhard de BeerRB Keith FordDE Mike LoveS Dean MarloweWR Cam PhillipsLB Corey ThompsonCB Levi WallaceOT De’Ondre WesleyBuffalo Bills 0, Baltimore Ravens 26: Second half open thread The Buffalo Bills couldn’t have put up a worse first half if they’d tried. They Charlie Browned their way to a 26-0 deficit in the first half of their season opener at Baltimore. The team went three-and-out on every single one of their first seven first-half possessions, ended the eighth without one as the half ended, had 7 penalties accepted for 71 yards , and couldn’t even manage to come away with a muffed punt when they had three Bills and no Ravens in the vicinity.At this point, the biggest question might be if Nate Peterman gets a second-half hook for the second season in a row, this time in favor of rookie Josh Allen. Peterman’s had an atrocious 4-of-13 start with a gimme interception to the Ravens.The only bright spots so far have included rookie punter Cody Bojorquez, linebacker Matt Milano, and rookie linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, who has a sack and forced a fumble already (the Bills recovered that fumble , then turned first-and-five within the 35 yard line into a missed field goal).Still watching the game? You can talk about it in the comments below.


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