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Topic - Eric Wood
Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel has a sprained lateral collateral ligament in his right knee that will not require surgery but will sideline him at least two weeks and potentially longer, coach Doug Marrone said Friday.
Once Bills quarterback EJ Manuel practiced Sunday for the first time in two weeks, coach Doug Marrone had an inkling the rookie first-round draft pick might be ready to open the season.
Bills running back Fred Jackson is out with a concussion, and there's at least one teammate who's unhappy with how Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes celebrated after delivering the blow.
Ready to start at his third different position this season, Buffalo Bills guard, tackle and now new starting center Andy Levitre is pretty sure he could fill in anywhere.
Buffalo Bills starting linebacker Reggie Torbor has an injured shoulder that will keep him sidelined indefinitely. 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.
Buffalo Bills rookie running back C.J. Spiller is questionable for Sunday's home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-3), but starting right guard Eric Wood won't play.
Despite recovering from a severely broken leg, Buffalo Bills starting right guard Eric Wood had no intention of wearing any type of protective brace this season.
"I've kind of known, been one step ahead of what was coming just through communications with everybody," Wood said. "The language was a terrible misjudgment. In today's society, you just can't use racial language. ... You've got to have respect for a guy. And when a guy's kind of down, which I'm assuming (Martin) was, you've got to know when to pull off. And I think he really used some really bad misjudgment."
Buffalo Bills center Eric Wood, who briefly played with Incognito in 2009, said he has kept up with developments because they share the same agent.