November 16, 2012

NFL Roundup: Bills strut defense in win over Miami

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Stevie Johnson of the Buffalo Bills is brought down by strong safety Chris Clemons of the Miami Dolphins during the first half of the Bills’ 19-14 victory Thursday night.

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The 6-foot-2 Hartmann signed with the Texans as an undrafted free agent in July 2011. He played in the first 12 games last season before tearing his left anterior cruciate ligament and fracturing a bone Dec. 4 in Houston's 17-10 victory against Atlanta.

CHIEFS: Offensive lineman Jon Asamoah will miss Sunday's game against Cincinnati after surgery on one of his thumbs.

Receiver Jon Baldwin hasn't been cleared following a head injury sustained in last week's game against Pittsburgh and is unlikely to be available. Tight end Jake O'Connell also is expected to miss the game with an ankle injury.

BROWNS: Starting cornerback Joe Haden wasn't at practice because of an oblique injury.

Haden, who was suspended four games by the NFL earlier this season for failing a drug test, wasn't on the field for the portion of practice open to the media.

He was limited Wednesday with an oblique injury but said afterward he expected to play this week at Dallas.

REDSKINS: Coach Mike Shanahan had money and a passport stolen from the locker room during a game at Pittsburgh last month.

The team said officers in Pittsburgh insisted on filing a police report and the investigation is ongoing.

DOLPHINS: Receiver Jabar Gaffney sat out the game against at Buffalo because of a knee injury.

Gaffney, signed by Miami early last month after being released by New England in the offseason, has four catches in three games.

FALCONS: Receiver Julio Jones missed practice for the second straight day with an ankle injury and will be a game-time decision against Arizona.

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