Easley (concussion) did not practice Wednesday. Easley suffered a concussion during Monday's loss to the Patriots, and it remains to be seen whether the special-teams ace will be able to play this week against the Chiefs. He's made just one catch all season for the Bills, so his absence likely won't hurt fantasy owners too much, but it's likely his game-time status will be decided closer to the end of the week.
Bills wide receiver Marcus Easley certainly made the most of the only throw in his direction Sunday. He took it 58 yards to the house against the Jaguars in London. Easley isn't likely to become a fixture in the passing game despite his Week 7 heroics.
Easley (shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game in London. Easley provides the Bills with needed Week 7 wideout depth, with both Sammy Watkins and Percy Harvin out. That said, he's behind Robert Woods and Chris Hogan in the team's WR pecking order, so he's not a high-percentage fantasy play.
Easley (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game, NFL.com's Marc Sessler reports. Sessler goes on to say that coach Rex Ryan expects him to be able to play -- a good sign considering the Bills are already out their top two wideouts with Sammy Watkins (ankle) and Percy Harvin (not injury related) unavailable against the Jaguars. If Easley is able to play, he will likely slot in behind Robert Woods and Chris Hogan on the depth chart, but it remains to be seen how many targets he might receive with regular QB Tyrod Taylor also missing Sunday's game with a knee injury.
The Bills made it official and announced that they have signed wide receiver and special teams ace Marcus Easley to a multi-year deal. Easley is a reserve receiver but is a standout gunner on the Bills' coverage units. He led the NFL in special teams tackles in 2013 but was unable to repeat that mark in 2014 as a knee injury held him out of six games.
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