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OL Stephens to Practice Squad; WR Aiken released

Posted Oct 3, 2012

The Buffalo Bills made their third practice squad move in two days Wednesday as they announced the signing of G/T Reggie Stephens to the practice squad.

Stephens entered the NFL as a seventh-round (228th overall) draft pick of Cincinnati in 2010 and spent his rookie season on the team’s 53-man roster. The 6-3, 325-pound Iowa State product was released prior to the 2011 regular season and joined Chicago’s Practice Squad on November 9, 2011. He spent the 2012 training camp with the Bengals before being released prior to the regular season. Stephens will wear No. 62.

To make room for Stephens on the practice squad the team has released WR Kamar Aiken. The receiver spent all of last season on Buffalo's practice squad and was re-designated after being one of the club's final cuts in early September.

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