The Bills placed defensive end Jarius Wynn and linebacker Ty Powell on injured reserve Tuesday. Both players recently suffered ACL injuries, which will sideline them for the 2015 season.
Bills defensive end Jarius Wynn left Friday's preseason opener with a knee injury. On Sunday, coach Rex Ryan told the media that Wynn is probably lost for the season, per the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle. Wynn had two sacks and 17 tackles last year.
The Bills announced the signing of defensive end Jarius Wynn on Saturday, per the team's official website. Wynn, 27, originally signed with the club last offseason. He appeared in 11 games for the Bills in 2014, tallying 18 tackles and 2 1/2 sacks. He has 10 1/2 sacks through his six years in the NFL.
The Bills re-signed defensive tackle Jarius Wynn to a two-year deal and special teams ace Marcus Easley to a four-year contract, reports ESPN.com. Wynn is a rotational player who had 17 tackles and two sacks in 11 games last year. Easley made 11 tackles on special teams despite missing six games with a knee injury.
Bills running back C.J. Spiller (shoulder) is among the team's players listed as probable who are active for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Spiller is making his return from injured reserve and will be playing in his first game since Week 7. Also active after being listed as probable are safeties Da'Norris Searcy (hamstring) and Duke Williams (concussion), cornerback Stephon Gilmore (shoulder), defensive end Jarius Wynn (knee), running back Anthony Dixon (chest), wide receiver Marcus Thigpen (foot) and kicker Dan Carpenter (groin). The Bills are a 6 1/2-point favorite for Sunday's road matchup with the Raiders.