The Buffalo Bills have elevated offensive lineman Jonotthan Harrison from the team’s practice squad prior to their game against the Denver Broncos. Buffalo didn’t have any injuries on the offensive line this week so it’s precautionary.
This is the first time Harrison has been activated by the Bills.
Harrison has a lot of NFL experience, including starting the majority of the season for the New York Jets at center last year. He has 42 starts in 84 career games. He’s in his seventh season in the league.
The Bills have had a fluctuating interior line this year with injuries to center Mitch Morse and guard Jon Feliciano. They benched Quinton Spain before releasing him and longtime NFL starter Brian Winters has also found the bench in favor of Ike Boettger. Second-year player Cody Ford was moved to guard this offseason, but an injury has knocked him out for the rest of the season.
The Bills are pretty healthy and didn’t feel the need to elevate anyone else from their practice squad this week.