Gailey Says WR Easley's Return is "Up to Him"
Injuries have impacted the Buffalo Bills as a whole, but perhaps the position most affected has been wide receiver. Second-year player Marcus Easley was among the players put on injured reserve early in the season, leaving the Bills short-handed.
Easley's ailment was less of an injury, but more of a heart condition. A condition that hasn't yet been clarified by the team in terms of if it will impact whether or not he returns to play football. That is, until Wednesday.
Head coach Chan Gailey said there is no question that Easley would be cleared to play next season. The wide receiver has been around team facilities recently, so Gailey was asked if Easley would return.
"That's up to him. We're going to give him every opportunity but that's up to him," the head coach said. "Every player gets an opportunity. What they do with that opportunity is totally up to them."
The mystery behind the status of Easley for next season adds a new layer with this news.
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