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Bills place McGee, Pears on injured reserve


The Bills placed starting right tackle Erik Pears and veteran cornerback Terrence McGee on injured reserve Tuesday, according to the team’s official website.

McGee’s a former starter, but after offseason knee surgery, he never returned to the point he could practice regularly. He’s now finished three of his last four seasons on injured reserve, making his future uncertain. Of course, the Bills thought that might be a problem, when they drafted Stephon Gilmore in the first round.

Pears started the first seven games, but didn’t play last week when he saw a specialist about his groin/hip problems.

They’ll likely need to add to both positions, as they’re down to four healthy corners and seven offensive linemen.

They promoted wide receiver Marcus Easley from the practice squad, and also released kickoff specialist John Potter.

They filled the practice squad spot by signing Chris Hogan, who gained fame by being dubbed “7-Eleven” on Hard Knocks during his time with the Dolphins.

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5 Responses to “Bills place McGee, Pears on injured reserve”
  1. rg3andout says: Nov 6, 2012 5:27 PM

    i didnt realize that mcgee was still in the league

  2. mfrazee81 says: Nov 6, 2012 6:02 PM

    I said it yesterday and Ill say it again, bring in Stanford Routt!

  3. getoffmysac says: Nov 6, 2012 7:08 PM

    Pears has been a bum all year mcgee has been a true pro for 10 years but his body is done thanks for the memories 24

  4. norton20 says: Nov 6, 2012 10:45 PM

    Are the Bills still in the NFL?

  5. abillsfan11 says: Nov 7, 2012 11:27 AM

    john potter cut.what another wasted bills draft pick.. thanks for all the memories #24.. and who is are starting secondary gonna consist of … 2 rookies and a first round bust when mckelvin is on the field in nickel.. get ready to watch brady put up another 50 points vs the bills

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