Shawne Merriman

#56LB,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 261
Born:
College: Maryland
Birth Place: Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Draft: 2005 1st round (12th pick) by the
  • USA Today

    Bills tackle Cordy Glenn listed week to week with sore foot

    PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn is listed as week to week after receiving an injection to treat a sore left foot that has bothered him all offseason. Coach Sean McDermott says Glenn went to Wisconsin to see specialist Robert Anderson. McDermott would not disclose the nature of the injury or the injection. The procedure occurred a little more than a week after Glenn was examined by Anderson. Glenn has missed five of Buffalo's past eight practices and the preseason-opening 17-10 loss to Minnesota on Thursday. He also missed a series of spring practices. For more NFL coverage: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL

  • Bills links, 8/15: A feisty day at practice
    Buffalo Rumblings

    Bills links, 8/15: A feisty day at practice

    Tensions were high at Monday’s practice, as head coach Sean McDermott had to stop practice to deliver a bit of a pep talk to his team. There is plenty of information today on Tyrod Taylor, Nathan Peterman, Jerry Hughes, and what seems like daily praise for Eddie Yarbrough. Joe B: 7 Buffalo Bills training camp observations, Day 14 (8/14/17) - WKBW.com Buffalo, NY The Buffalo Bills are just one practice away from breaking camp, but they saved their most intense practice for their second-to-last day. Bills practice gets chippy after McDermott gets after team | WGR 550 SportsRadio Chippy. Feisty. Competitive. Sloppy. There are plenty of words to try and describe Monday morning’s Bills’ practice.

  • Agent's Take: Colin Kaepernick leads 10 notable NFL veterans still available
    CBS Sports

    Agent's Take: Colin Kaepernick leads 10 notable NFL veterans still available

    There are usually several notable veteran players available each year who still want to play football when preseason action gets into full swing. The inevitable injuries that occur in training camp and preseason games to players expected to be major contributors or a franchise's lack of confidence in depth at certain positions is what typically leads to these players getting contracts. A player receives his league minimum base salary and a maximum of $80,000 as additional compensation whether as a signing bonus, roster bonus, workout bonus or incentives with these deals. Only two players that weren't with teams for workout programs and minicamps in 2016 signed contracts last August averaging more than $2.5 million per year.