Stephon Gilmore

#24 DB / Buffalo Bills / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 190 lb Age: 25 College: South Carolina Bye 8,18,19,20,21

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INJURY ALERT: IR | Shoulder | IR. Out for season
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Bills' Stephon Gilmore: Lands on IR

    Gilmore (shoulder) has been placed on IR by the Bills. With Gilmore out for the season, look for Leodis McKelvin and Ronald Darby -- who both played all 77 of the Bills' defensive snaps in Week 14 -- to continue to head the team's cornerback corps down the stretch. Gilmore finishes up the 2015 campaign with 36 tackles and three picks in 12 games.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Bills' Stephon Gilmore: Doubtful entering this week

    Gilmore (shoulder) is considered doubtful in the build-up this week to Sunday's game against the Redskins. Gilmore's shoulder injury could potentially cost him a second straight game, although his practice participation should still be monitored throughout this week. If Gilmore is indeed unable to suit up Sunday against Washington, Leodis McKelvin may be asked to play cornerback opposite impressive rookie Ronald Darby once again.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Bills' Stephon Gilmore: Will miss Sunday's game

    Gilmore (shoulder) has officially been ruled out for Sunday's game in Philadelphia, Joe Buscaglia of reports. A tough break for the Bills, because even though the defense has struggled in Rex Ryan's first season the CB combo of Gilmore and rookie Ronald Darby has been nothing short of fantastic. It appears as if the Bills will move converted safety Leodis McKelvin back to corner for this game to help deal with the loss of Gilmore.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Bills' Stephon Gilmore: Misses Wednesday's practice

    Gilmore, who left Sunday's win over Houston due to a shoulder injury, did not practice Wednesday, The Buffalo News reports. The Bills have the option of slotting converted safety Leodis McKelvin back into Gilmore's starting corner spot, so Gilmore's potential absence wouldn't be the end of the world for the Bills. Still, Gilmore is becoming one of the league's better cornerbacks, so a return this week against the Eagles would certainly help as the team tries to win its last four games and sneak into a final playoff spot.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Bills' Stephon Gilmore: Leaves in second half

    Gilmore left Sunday's win over the Texans in the second half due to a shoulder injury, reports. He did not return. Gilmore and Ronald Darby did a fantastic job on the Houston passing attack for most of the game, even shutting down DeAndre Hopkins until Houston's star wideout was able to take advantage of Gilmore's absence. Gilmore is the team's best cornerback and is becoming one of the better ones in football, so the team's challenge to run the table and nab a playoff spot would become increasingly difficult if he's forced to miss any time.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Bills' Stephon Gilmore: Getting it done with Darby

    Through nine games, Gilmore has 27 tackles, two interceptions, and 15 passes defensed. Gilmore and rookie Ronald Darby are having quite nice seasons, and currently rank first (Darby has 18) and third in the league in passes defensed. Because both players are performing so well, it's unlikely teams will constantly pick at one or the other, meaning there's little reason Gilmore can't keep up his current production. Darby does have much higher tackle totals, but much of that is because teams occasionally throw at him like he's a susceptible rookie. However, he's proven up to the task and we may see a more even balance in that category over the last seven games as teams realize Darby is one of the more talented rookies out there.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Bills' Stephon Gilmore: Strong numbers for a cornerback

    Through six games, Gilmore has 20 tackles, two interceptions, and 12 passes defensed. Gilmore is the team's best cornerback, and he's going to pass his 2014 numbers by a decent margin. There was some concern that opponents would simply avoid him all season and pick on rookie CB Ronald Darby, but Darby is quickly proving to be a decent player in his own right. Plus, the Buffalo pass rush has really fallen off so far, leaving other teams more able to complete passes and stay on the field. Finally, Gilmore is aggressive and usually gets the opponent's top receiver. All this makes him a decent IDP play if your league makes you use cornerbacks.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira |

    Bills exercise 5th-year option on CB Stephon Gilmore

    The Bills picked up the fifth year on cornerback Stephon Gilmore's contract, the team announced Tuesday. Gilmore will make $11 million in 2016 as a result of the team exercising the option. In 14 games last season, Gilmore totaled 46 tackles with three interceptions.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Bills to pick up 5th-year option on CB Stephon Gilmore

    Bills general manager Doug Whaley confirmed the team will exercise the 2016 option on cornerback Stephon Gilmore, reports Gilmore will earn just over $11 million in 2016, which will be his fifth year in the league. Gilmore, 24, has six interceptions and 32 passes defensed over his first three seasons.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Bills release final inactives list of the season against New England

    The following players have been deemed inactive for the Bills in Week 17 against the Patriots: Stephon Gilmore, Bryce Brown, Randell Johnson, Cyrus Kouandjio, Marquise Goodwin, Chris Gragg and Marcell Dareus. Dareus was listed as out after Friday's practice. He finishes his season with 48 total tackles and 10 sacks for the Bills.

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