Kelsay signs extension, Practice Update

September 29, 2010 Updated Sep 29, 2010 at 6:11 PM EDT

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Kelsay signs extension, Practice Update

September 29, 2010 Updated Sep 29, 2010 at 6:11 PM EDT

Orchard Park (WKBW.com) Bills LB Chris Kelsay confirmed on Wednesday that he's signed a new four-year contract extension with the team. Reports say the deal is worth 24 million dollars.
The Bills second round pick out of Nebraska back in 2003 has appeared in 113 games and started in 90. He has 414 career tackles, and 22 sacks.



"We haven't done a lot of winning here since I've been here, but I think that is going to get turned around", said Kelsay on Wednesday. "I want to be a part of solution, not a part of the problem. I think by staying put you have the best chance of winning. Obviously you don't want to leave a franchise that has been loyal to you, and miss out where they are going. I'm very confident in the direction of this franchise." added Kelsay.



Meanwhile Bills LB Paul Posluszny returned to practice on Wednesday. He's missed the last two games with a sprained knee but expects to be available Sunday against the New York Jets. DE Marcus Stroud was held out of practice, he was injured against the Patriots and could be questionable for Sunday's game against New York.



Bills rookie C.J. Spiller was named the AFC Special Teams player of the Week. Spiller set at Bills Rookie record with 189 kickoff return yards in Sunday's loss against New England. Spiller returned a kick 95 yards for a touchdown in the effort.

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