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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Inks new deal

    Lewis re-signed with the Bills on a two-year contract Monday. Lewis will remain in Buffalo after a 2023 campaign that saw him play a career-high 134 snaps on defense and 319 special-teams snaps in 17 regular-season contests. The 26-year-old will likely maintain a limited role on defense in 2024, but he'll work to carve out a larger role there during the team's offseason programs.
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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Active Sunday

    Lewis (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Patriots, Alaina Getzenberg of reports. The cornerback carried a questionable tag into Sunday. Lewis was active last Sunday versus the Giants but did not see any defensive snaps. The fifth-year depth player has six tackles in six games this season.
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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Questionable for divisional matchup

    Lewis is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at New England due to a shoulder issue, Alec White of the Bills' official site reports. Lewis is normally a depth piece on defense, not exceeding 14 percent of the defensive snaps in any game this season, but the Bills have been working with a thin secondary ever since Tre'Davious White was lost for the season with a torn Achilles, so every healthy body matters.
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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Returns in full Friday

    Lewis (forearm/illness) was listed as a full participant on Friday's practice estimate and doesn't carry an injury designation heading into Sunday's game against the Browns. Lewis missed both Wednesday's and Thursday's practice sessions as the result of an illness and forearm issue, but he's since been marked down as a full participant on Friday's practice estimate and expects to be made available for the Week 11 matchup versus Cleveland. With Jordan Poyer (elbow) currently at risk of missing his third consecutive game, Lewis might be looking at another busy afternoon as one of the Bills' starting safeties alongside Damar Hamlin.
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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Misses Wednesday's session

    Lewis missed practice Wednesday due to a forearm injury/illness. Of course, Bills fans were feeling ill after Lewis failed to bat the ball down on a 4th-and-18 play that would have sealed Sunday's game against the Vikings, but to his credit he owned up to the error. We're not sure if either issue is serious for Lewis or if he just needs more of a maintenance day. Lewis was thrown into heavy action in Week 10 due to the Buffalo secondary being so banged up, and he posted a career-high nine tackles.
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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Expected to start

    Lewis is expected to draw the start at free safety Sunday against the Vikings, Matt Parrino of The Syracuse Post-Standard reports. Lewis appears to have moved ahead of Jaquan Johnson on the team's positional depth chart, and he'll get the chance to start in place of Jordan Poyer (elbow) against Minnesota.
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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Not listed on injury report

    Lewis (nose) isn't listed on the Bills' injury report Monday. Lewis suffered a nose injury during Friday's preseason finale but appears healthy heading into Thursday's season-opening matchup against the Rams. The third-year defensive back has appeared in 12 games over the last two seasons with Buffalo, posting 14 tackles and one forced fumble.
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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Heads to COVID list

    Lewis was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. The cornerback tested positive for the virus, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. Even though the Bills pulled off a major win Sunday at New England, like a lot of teams, they are starting to suffer multiple hits due to injuries and COVID-19-related issues. Lewis has seen more than 50 percent of the special-teams snaps the last two weeks. If he's vaccinated, he'll have time to clear the protocols and not miss any action heading into Sunday's game against the Falcons.
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  • Bills' Cam Lewis: Injured in loss

    Lewis suffered a wrist injury early in Monday's loss to the Chiefs and did not return, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. That explains Lewis' low snap count of 10 defensive plays in a game where he received a surprise start as the third cornerback over Taron Johnson. Lewis did not record any stats in his abbreviated outing. We'll see if he can shake the injury quickly in what's now a short week before the Week 7 contest at the Jets.
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