Ramon Humber

#50 LB / Buffalo Bills / EXP: 9YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 232 lb Age: 30 College: North Dakota State Bye 6,19,20,21

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Loses starting spot

    Ramon Humber, who failed to log a tackle while playing 20 defensive snaps Sunday, has lost his starting outside linebacker spot to rookie Matt Milano, Chris Brown of the Buffalo Bills' official site reports.Humber has had three double-digit tackle games this season, but he missed three games due to minor thumb surgery and hasn't been the same player since returning. Milano, meanwhile, has far outperformed his fifth-round status, so the Bills will keep ceding more time to the younger player.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Still not 100 percent

    Defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier says Ramon Humber continues to be bothered by a thumb injury suffered in Week 4 against Atlanta and caused him to miss three games, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports. "Ramon, you can see that hand is still affecting him a little bit," Frazier said. "He should be better going into the next ballgame because he would have had an entire week of practice under his belt again. He should be a little bit better. But we'll take a look at Matt as well. Matt was very productive for us when he was on the field in the lineup. We'll take a look at it over the course of the week and see what's best."Humber, who did have 10 tackles in Sunday's bludgeoning at the hands of the Saints, has struggled the past two games while frequently missing tackles. Rookie Matt Milano performed well when Humber was out, so Frazier could start to mix Milano back in a little more until Humber proves as sturdy as he was prior to the injury.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Active Thursday

    Ramon Humber (thumb) is listed as active for Thursday's game against the Jets.Although he turned in limited practices early in the week, Humber will give it a go Thursday. He has been recovering from minor thumb surgery for the past month, but will return against the Jets. The veteran linebacker will presumably return to his starting role barring any setbacks.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Deemed questionable for Week 9

    Ramon Humber (thumb) is listed as questionable for the Buffalo Bills' Week 9 matchup Thursday with the Jets.After turning in limited practices Monday and Tuesday, Humber was upgraded to a full participant in Wednesday's session, which likely wasn't an overly strenuous one with the Bills' game one day away. With a month off to recover from a minor thumb surgery, Humber looks as though he's made significant strides on the health front, but it's uncertain if it will be enough for him to receive clearance to play Thursday. Head coach Sean McDermott has previously said that a healthy Humber would take back his starting role at outside linebacker from Matt Milano, who has generally played well as a replacement.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Closer to return

    Ramon Humber (thumb) practiced on a limited basis for the second straight day Tuesday, Chris Brown of the Buffalo Bills' official site reports.Humber has missed three games after having minor surgery on the thumb, but it looks like the starting outside linebacker is close to a return, possibly as soon as Thursday against the Jets.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Returns on limited basis

    Ramon Humber, who has missed the last three games following thumb surgery, would have been considered a limited participant had the Buffalo Bills practiced Monday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.The Bills actually had a walkthrough and not a real practice, but Humber's listing would have been limited had this been a normal session. Rookie Matt Milano has exceeded everyone's expectations while subbing for Humber, but coach Sean McDermott says the job belongs to the latter once he's ready to return. There's an extra hurdle this week in that the Bills play Thursday at the Jets, so Humber only has a few days to prove his readiness.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Ruled out for Sunday

    Ramon Humber (thumb) will not play in Sunday's game against the Raiders, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.Humber is still yet to practice since undergoing surgery to repair a fractured thumb ahead of Week 5, and he remains without a clear recovery timetable. Matt Milano will continue to fill in as a starting linebacker in Humber's absence.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Sitting out practice Wednesday

    Ramon Humber (thumb) didn't take part in practice Wednesday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.It appears that Humber will be sidelined for a third straight game Sunday against the Raiders while he continues to recover from surgery to repair a fractured thumb. Matt Milano has taken over Humber's starting spot at linebacker the past two weeks, but according to Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News, Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said Humber would regain his starting role upon returning to full strength.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Out for Week 7

    Ramon Humber, who had surgery for a fractured thumb following a game in Week 4, did not practice all week and is listed as out for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.Reports are that Humber is making progress, but he's clearly not ready for game action yet and it still might be a week or two before the Buffalo Bills even have a firm timetable on the starting linebacker's return.

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    Bills' Ramon Humber: Will have surgery on thumb

    Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott confirmed Monday that Ramon Humber suffered a fractured thumb in the Week 4 win over the Falcons and will require surgery, Joe Buscaglia of 7 ABC Buffalo reports.Humber is considered out indefinitely, but a more definitive timetable for his return could be fleshed out once the procedure is completed. With 37 tackles through the Bills' first four games, Humber had popped up on the IDP radar before succumbing to the injury.