In a move that some saw coming when fullback Corey McIntyre was limited in practice this week, Buffalo Bills practice squad back Jehuu Caulcrick announced on his Twitter feed that he has been moved onto the Bills active roster.
"Wow! What a dream come true. I am on the 53 man roster for the Buffalo Bills. Truly blessed."
This signifies that the Bills coaching staff have some idea that McIntyre - listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Cincinnati - will not be at 100% this weekend. With C.J. Spiller already ruled out and McIntyre questionable, the Bills likely had to make a move.
Caulcrick was born in Liberia and moved to Western New York at the age of nine. He rushed nine times for 41 yards and caught seven passes for 58 yards and a touchdown this preseason with the San Fransisco 49ers. He graduated from Michigan State in 2008, went undrafted, and has been a member of the New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and 49ers practice squads.
In order to make room for Caulcrick on the roster, the team released wide receiver Paul Hubbard. Buffalo now has just four receivers on its active roster.