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Topic - Reggie Torbor
Running back Fred Jackson took the handoff and was in the midst of making his first step forward when linebacker Shawne Merriman was suddenly all over him.
It's nearing the end of practice, or what loosely resembles one in the limbo of the NFL lockout, and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick's job is far from complete as he begins working the room to ensure there are no loose ends.
Buffalo Bills starting linebacker Reggie Torbor is done for the season after being placed on injured reserve Friday because of a shoulder injury that will require surgery.
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.
Linebacker Reggie Torbor has a humorous theory to explain how the once-winless Buffalo Bills are suddenly on a roll.
"He kind of reminds me of a rookie. His eyes are wide open," Torbor said. "He had the pedal to the floor and it's really impressive and contagious."
It's in him," Torbor said. "When things get going rough, even the leaders look to Fitz. That's the way he is now and I think he's accepted that role, embraced it. And we believe in him."