BUFFALO, N. Edmonton Oilers Store .Y. -- Starting cornerback Leodis McKelvin is among five Buffalo Bills players who arent expected to be ready for the start of training camp this weekend after the team made a series of moves Wednesday. McKelvin and linebacker Randell Johnson were placed on the active/physically unable to perform list. McKelvin had hip surgery this off-season and practiced on a limited basis during the teams spring minicamps. Starting left tackle Cordy Glenn and defensive tackle Alan Branch were placed on the active/non-football illness list. The Bills did not specify Glenn and Branchs illnesses. All four players will be eligible for practice once cleared by the Bills medical staff. Starting linebacker Kiko Alonso was placed on the active/non-football injury list after he tore a ligament in his left knee while working out two weeks ago. Alonso was scheduled to have knee surgery and is expected to miss the entire season. The Bills also shuffled their roster by signing free agent linebacker Stevenson Sylvester and releasing tight end Mike Caussin. Sylvester was selected by Pittsburgh in the fifth round of the 2010 draft. He split time at linebacker and special teams in appearing in 50 games over the past four seasons with the Steelers. Caussin missed most of the past two seasons because of hip and knee injuries. Players begin reporting for training camp in suburban Rochester on Friday, with the first practice set for Sunday night. Wholesale Oilers Jerseys . She was a pioneer. She did things on skis that made the birds take notice. Cheap Oilers Jerseys . “The fact that he was willing to do the deal the way we wanted it to be done showed that he wanted me to be a part of something great," Lowry said, noting that Ujiri willingness to sign off on the proposal that both Lowry and his agent presented to the GM was the final straw that convinced him to return. NEW YORK -- Eugenie Bouchard needs put her hardcourt struggles behind her if she wants to make another deep Grand Slam. A 59-minute dismantling of Olga Govortsova in the first round of the U.S. Open will certainly go a long way. Bouchard, the womens seventh seed from Westmount, Que., steamrolled her way into the second round at Flushing Meadows with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Govortsova on Tuesday. She produced 19 winners and broke on four of six chances against her 117th-ranked Belarusian opponent, whom she also beat two years ago on hardcourt in Washington. "Its definitely never easy in the first round of a Grand Slam, so Im happy to get a win under my belt," said the Wimbledon finalist. "I want to get on a roll and keep the momentum going." Bouchard, the only woman to reach the semifinals of all three previous Grand Slams this season, defended all three break points she faced while converting four of six break-point chances against Govortsova. After failing to convert two break points in the fourth game of the first set, Bouchard won four straight games to take the set 6-2. Two more breaks put Bouchard up 2-0 and 5-1 in the second set, then she finished Govortsova off on her first match point when the Belarusian hit the net. Bouchard has excelled at Grand SSlam events this season, but has struggled on the hardcourt this season winning just one match over three events leading up to the U. Edmonton Oilers Pro Shop. S. Open. "The past few weeks have been a bit of a struggle. I dont feel like Im putting too many high expectations on myself," Bouchard said. "I have the inner confidence that I know if Im playing as well as I know I can that I can do well. "I dont want to set a specific goal to reach a certain round, because every round is so tough here. I always know that I can do well." Bouchard, playing the U.S. Open for the second time after winning a round in her 2013 debut, will next play Romanias Sorana Cirstea. She said that she has put in extra time training in New York after recovering form a hamstring injury which limited her at her previous event in New Haven last week. "I hurt it during a practice a few days before the event, and really cut down on practise before the event," she said. "I didnt feel so good on the match court. "Since then we taped it, the injury is something that healed pretty quickly, so I was happy. The past five days, six days or so have been great. I really put in a lot of hours of practice here in New York City. I feel like its something I needed." ' ' '
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Dec 21, 2019
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