The Buffalo Bills - dealing with ten players on their injury report - have called up two members of their practice squad to the active roster to solidify their numbers heading into their game Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
On the offensive line, the team signed center/guard David Snow. The Bills lost backup guard Colin Brown to an injury last Sunday while starting right guard Kraig Urbik has been out for two weeks. His back-up, Chad Rinehart, has himself been dealing with a tender hamstring. The team also signed veteran guard Reggie Wells this week, but his inexperience in the system was likely seen as a liability and will be inactive Sunday with Snow making the game day roster. Center Eric Wood is also listed as questionable.
On the defensive line, tackle Jay Ross is the newest member of the squad as fellow tackle Spencer Johnson and defensive end Mark Anderson have been sidelined with injuries. Kyle Williams was limited all week and is listed as questionable and didn't practice until Friday which likely necessitated the move for Ross.
This is the first time on an NFL active roster for both. Snow was signed as an undrafted free agent in May while Ross spent part of last season on the Packers' and Bills' taxi squads. To make the two moves, Buffalo cut running back Johnny White now that C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson are closer to full health and UDFA safety Delano Howell.