Buccaneers defensive end Da’Quan Bowers may not play in New York, but at least one New York player has spoken about his arrest at LaGuardia Airport Monday morning.
Bowers was arrested and charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon on the second degree. This is the same charge that former Giants receiver Plaxico Burress faced in 2008 when his concealed weapon accidently...
Tis the season when players are getting shut down at a rapid rate. With four games to go, we're seeing a lot of players that are just too banged up to continue. The latest being Buffalo Bills right tackle Chris Hairston, who was placed on injured reserve by the team Thursday. Hairston's injury is listed as a bone injury to his right foot...
Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Chris Hairston has been placed on injured reserve and will miss the rest of the season with a bruised right ankle.
Coach Chan Gailey will shuffle his line, and use rookie David Snow and also veteran Sam Young at times to replace Hairston, 23, a 6-foot-6, 330-pound right tackle out of Clemson.
The news made matters difficult for the line. Erik Pears...
Via AP on Fox
December 06, 2012
The Buffalo Bills have placed offensive tackle Chris Hairston on injured reserve because of an ankle problem.
Hairston started eight of the 12 games he played this season and has made 15 starts in two years since the Bills selected him in the fourth round of the 2011 NFL Draft.
The Clemson product is the second Bills player to land on IR in two days, following defensive end Chris...
In April of 2011 Chris Hairston was just another college football player sitting at his home with his family and close friends by his side just watching and waiting.He watched and watched and watched as player after player was drafted ahead of him until he finally received the biggest call of his life. ”With the 122nd pick the 2011 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills select, Chris...
In my fifth installment of the “Predicting the Bills Breakout Players of 2012″ series, I’ll take a look at second-year left tackle Chris Hairston, out of Clemson.
Chris Hairston was an afterthought in the 2011 NFL Draft, being selected with the No. 122 overall pick in the fourth-round. Without any offseason activities to allow Hairston to fully understand the Bills’ blocking...
Bills rookie Chris Hairston will make his third career start at left tackle Sunday.
Head coach Chan Gailey confirmed that Hairston would start at left tackle. The rookie has not played in each of the last three games after suffering a high ankle sprain against the Giants in Week 6, but he has been practicing the past two weeks.
He’s been getting all the first team reps at left...
OL Chris Hairston is looking ready to roll at left tackle this week.
Hairston is working during the individual position portion of practice as the starting left tackle. Its the position he manned after Demetrius Bell went down with a shoulder injury in Week 4.
Hairston has not played in the last two games for the Bills due to a high ankle sprain suffered in Week 6 against the Giants.
After a one-game injury absence, Buffalo Bills left tackle Chris Hairston is set to return and play at least a backup role Sunday against the New York Jets.
Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Chris Hairston is set to return and play at least a backup role at left tackle in the team's game against the New York Jets on Sunday.
November 03, 2011