Bills make changes to roster

Phillip Crosby

Travis Henry didn't practice at all this week and it might be a sign that the running back might not play Sunday after hurting his ribs last week. As a result the Bills made some changes to their active roster to possibly be prepared to go without him.

Those changes were they placed reserve full back Phillip Crosby on the season long injured reserve list after he sustained a cracked fibula against the Dolphins in last week's 17-7 loss. This means he can not play for the Bills again this season. Replacing him on the active roster is running back Ken Simonton, who was on the team's practice squad. At this point, no player has been named as a replacement for Simonton on the squad.

If Henry can't go though the Bills starting running back would be second year player Joe Burns, who got the bulk of the carries in the second half after Henry could not return to action last week.

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