C.J. Spiller News Archive
Seeing his first action since Week 7, Spiller (collarbone) rushed four times for an unsightly minus-four yards during Sunday's loss to Oakland. He caught all four of his targets for 14 yards.
Spiller (collarbone) is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
The Bills have officially added Spiller (collarbone) to their 53-man roster in advance of Sunday's game against the Raiders, the team's official site reports.
The Bills have submitted paperwork to the NFL to add Spiller (collarbone) back to 53-man roster, according to ESPN's Mike Rodak.
Spiller (collarbone) looked to be running in decent shape during Thursday's practice, The Buffalo News reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, "I think he looks good. He really does. It's just a matter of waiting until the end of the week and making a move there. The only concern I have is it's not really being in shape, but to be able to play and run plays in and out, in and out, in and out and to make sure his conditioning is right at that level. It seems to be okay. I think it will just get better. I know he looks explosive. He's moving well."
Spiller (collarbone) practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday, the Bills' official site reports.
Spiller, currently on IR/designated to return after suffering a collarbone injury during Week 7, will be added to the active roster this week. The running back is eligible to play Sunday against the Raiders, though Doug Marrone will first see how Spiller practices in the coming days.
Spiller, who was placed on IR/designated to return after suffering a collarbone injury during Week 7, is practicing Wednesday on his first day eligible.
Spiller, who was placed on IR/designated to return after suffering a collarbone injury during Week 7, has been making good progress in his recovery, and the team seems to think he can return before the end of the season, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, "We're hoping to see C.J. to start coming back. That designation is coming up."