Per report http://www.buffalosportsdaily.com/2009/09/source-poz-will-be-out-4-6-weeks at Buffalo Sports Daily, Bills might resign Pat Thomas as depth and start Nic Harris outside with either Kawika or Ellison moving to the middle. Thus Nic Harris starts over Marcus Buggs, with one of the current starters moving inside.
Might I suggest another option:
Per PFT report http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/09/15/derrick-johnson-quietly-demoted/ Chiefs LB Derrick Johnson is now the odd man out on the inside LB position in their new 3-4. A very talented OLB in the Chiefs old 4-3 and a FA at the end of the year, Johnson will likely be playing OLB in a 4-3 somewhere else next year.
Why not trade Roscoe Parrish (or Josh Reed) to KC for Johnson as both these WR's will likely not be Bills next year? We can play Kawika inside for now with Ellison and Johnson outside, then insert Poz upon his return and insert Derrick Johnson over Ellison at SLB.
That's my idea to weather the storm and emerge with a better LB corps in the long run.
Your thoughts welcome!