Bills WR/KR Marcus Easley (hamstring) will not play in Week 16.
Coach Chan Gailey confirmed that WR Marcus Easley earned his promotion from the practice squad through steady improvement on the field.
Bills promoted WR Marcus Easley from their practice squad.
Bills waived WR Marcus Easley and LB Tank Carder.
Beat writer Mark Ludwiczak believes Marcus Easley needs "a major breakthrough performance to have any chance of sticking around."
WGR 550 Buffalo's Joe Buscaglia believes WR Marcus Easley is in danger of getting cut by the Bills.
Marcus Easley ran with the fourth-stringers during Thursday's preseason opener.
Marcus Easley has been working in with the first-team offense early in Bills camp.
BuffaloBills.com's Chris Brown feels that, among the team's unit of wide receivers, Marcus Easley has the best physical skill set for the outside receiver role.
Coach Chan Gailey indicated that WR Marcus Easley has shown no signs of limping or shortness of breath in his return from a 2011 heart ailment.
Bills GM Buddy Nix confirmed the team is not planning to go after another receiver in free agency.
Bills GM Buddy Nix plans to acquire a big-play receiver even if free agent Stevie Johnson is re-signed.
Bills WR Marcus Easley has been medically cleared to resume football activities after missing the 2011 season with a heart condition.
Marcus Easley answered that he wanted to "keep matters private and remain optimistic" when queried about the heart ailment that sent him to injured reserve in September.