Aug 8, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller (28) stands on the sidelines during the second quarter against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Circling The Wagons: C.J. Spiller, Joint Practice

Happy Thursday Everyone! Here are your daily links for the Buffalo Bills.

We start off with Fantasy Football.  FF is in full swing with drafts going on every day.  Here is another take an opinion on where your Buffalo Bills stand in that Fantasy market.  C.J. Spiller made it to the 12th spot and Fred Jackson made it in at 32.  Surprising that EJ Manuel didn’t make the cut for QBs? Check to see where the other offensive weapons fell on the fantasy charts, if they even did. [We Talk Fantasy Sports]

The Buffalo Bills are in Latrobe, PA today to have the 2nd of 2 joint practices with the Pittsburgh Steelers.  The Bills will also face off against the Steelers in the 3rd preseason game this Saturday.  This trip could not have come at a better time for the Bills as tempers were starting to heat up at St. John Fisher.  [WGRZ.com]

C.J. Spiller has been in the news lately, at least in the Buffalo Bills news, dealing with trade rumors.  Doug Whaley, Buffalo Bills GM, has again thrown water on the fire stating that there are no plans to trade Spiller. [ESPN]

Leodis McKelvin has missed most of training camp with a hip injury.  He was back in week 1 but has sat out since.  McKelvin looks to be giving it a go again and easing back into the routine.  Will he be back for the opener? Timetable has not been set yet but with Corey Graham as an addition to the DBs during the offseason, McKelvin does not have to rush back. [Buffalo Bills]

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