Graham led the Bills with 12 tackles during Sunday's win over Dallas. An underachieving defense and a bunch of injuries elsewhere at the safety spot has made this a banner environment for the veteran Graham to post high tackle totals every week. He's up to 121 on the season to go along with two interceptions and a sack. In standard IDP scoring, Graham is the second-ranked defensive back behind Miami's Reshad Jones.
Graham (groin) is active Sunday against the Dolphins. Graham put in a full practice Friday after putting in limited practices on Wednesday and Thursday. He'll be in the lineup at free safety and his presence will be a boost to the Bills defense in the middle of the field.
Graham (groin) is probable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. The Bills have really leaned on the converted corner as their main safety this season with Aaron Williams having a neck injury. In standard IDP scoring, Graham ranks second behind only Miami's Reshad Jones, quite the nice surprise.
Graham was limited for Wednesday's practice due to a groin injury. While it sounds like Graham may play this week, it must be a decent concern for it to linger over the bye week. The Bills kind of need their IDP monger (64 tackles, a sack, and a pick on the season), as fellow safety Aaron Williams is out until late in the season and after him and Graham it's a group of younger, less proven players.
Bills safety Corey Graham logged 12 tackles in Sunday's win over Tennessee, the fourth straight game he's posted double-digit totals. There's another good sign here in that Graham big tackle numbers even with fellow starting free safety Aaron Williams returning to action from a neck injury. With 48 tackles, including three for a loss, plus a fumble recovery, Graham sits first in overall IDP totals among safeties heading into Monday night action. Bully for those who stuck with Graham following a one-tackle dud in Week 1.