Bills placed LT Chris Hairston (ankle/foot) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Chris Hairston is listed as the starting left tackle on the Bills' first preseason depth chart.
Bills GM Buddy Nix ranks left tackle as the team's top need entering the draft.
Although GM Buddy Nix believes the Bills can win with Chris Hairston at left tackle, he would like to pick up two more players at the position this offseason.
Chris Hairston is expected to be the Bills' starting left tackle in 2012.
Chris Hairston (ankle) will return to the starting lineup at left tackle this week.
Bills coach Chan Gailey said Monday that he expects LT Chris Hairston (ankle) to miss 2-4 weeks.
Bills LT Chris Hairston (ankle) left the stadium Sunday on crutches and in a walking boot.
Bills LT Chris Hairston left Sunday's game in the third quarter with a right ankle injury.
Bills signed No. 122 overall pick OT Chris Hairston to a four-year contract.
GM Buddy Nix confirmed that fourth-rounder Chris Hairston will compete for the starting right tackle job.
The Bills envision No. 122 overall pick Chris Hairston's future at right tackle.
Bills selected Clemson OT Chris Hairston with the No. 122 overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.