The Bills made a move on their defensive line Tuesday in an effort to plug up their leaky run defense. Buffalo re-signed DT Deandre Coleman.
Coleman (6-5, 341) was Buffalo's largest defensive lineman in training camp this summer. He did not make the roster coming out of the preseason, but was re-signed to the team's practice squad on Sept. 20th.
The run stuffer however, was released just a week later.
Coleman was a player on the fringe of earning a spot on the 53-man roster. Now the Bills will move him into their defensive line rotation where he's expected to play on early downs to help the run front.
Buffalo has given up 492 rushing yards in their last two games falling from third in the league against the run to 22nd.
To make room on the roster for Coleman, the Bills released Jerel Worthy.