Bills former quarterback J.P. Losman will be on the opposite sideline Sunday when Buffalo travels to Miami. Veteran Chris Kelsay was asked if he hoped they’d see Losman on the field.
“I guess you can always hope and I don’t mean in regard to J.P. and his talent, but their starting quarterback is Moore and if he’s not playing that means we’re getting pressure on him and sacking him and knocking him out of the game and that brings in J.P.,” said Kelsay. “So it’d be great to see J.P.”
Losman has spent time with the Raiders and Seahawks since moving on from the Bills after the 2008 season.
“The hardest part in the NFL once you leave the team that drafted you is sticking somewhere,” Losman told Dolphins Digest. “You just go down the line of the list of coaches that I’ve played for… I’m here to work and hopefully I stick.”
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