Since most of Buffalo’s players in need of surgery had their procedures performed prior to the end of the season, the Bills do not have many players headed for offseason surgery. One offensive lineman however, will need some work done.
Rookie Cordaro Howard, who played through a painful shoulder injury up until the last two weeks of the season when he was placed on injured reserve will have shoulder surgery according to Chan Gailey.
Howard, an undrafted rookie, started four games as a rookie including three at right tackle and offers promising depth on Buffalo’s offensive line heading into 2011.
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