Bills reach injury settlement with Streater among 30 moves

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) The Buffalo Bills have reached an injury settlement with wide receiver Rod Streater and placed linebacker Sam Barrington on injured reserve.

Buffalo also waived injured offensive tackle Michael Ola (ankle) and wide receiver Jeremy Butler (concussion) and reached an injury settlement with safety Shamiel Gray (undisclosed) as part of 30 moves Saturday to establish the 53-man roster.

Streater was having a strong training camp before dislocating a toe in the Bills' second preseason game Aug. 17. The sixth-year veteran signed with the Bills in May after playing last season with the 49ers and the previous four with the Raiders.

Quarterback T.J. Yates made the roster after missing Thursday's final preseason game while in concussion protocol. Undrafted rookie defensive end Eddie Yarborough also made the team.

The Bills made several pre-emptive moves in trading wide receiver Sammy Watkins, cornerback Ronald Darby and linebacker Reggie Ragland over the past month, and releasing six players on Tuesday.


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