- Associated Press - Thursday, October 28, 2010

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Bills linebacker Aaron Maybin’s once-promising NFL career has hit a new low.

After spending the past two seasons struggling to get playing time as a backup, the team’s 2009 first-round pick now can’t even get on the field.

Maybin was left inactive for the first time in his career for Buffalo’s game at Baltimore last weekend. What’s worse, is the benching coincided with what was supposed to be Maybin’s homecoming, with friends and family on hand. He called it an “eye-opener,” and his “most frustrating experience.”

He might have to get used to it. Coach Chan Gailey said there’s no telling when Maybin might get a chance to play as the winless Bills (0-6) prepare to play at Kansas City (4-2) on Sunday.


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