Welcome Back Gibran Hamden

Posted on December 22, 2009 by Patrick Moran

The Buffalo Bills have officially placed Terrence McGee on injured reserve and to fill his roster spot have brought back quarter Gibran Hamden.

The move is surely a precursor to placing Trent Edwards on injured reserve.

Hamden, who’s biggest claim to fame in Buffalo was hosting his Bills.com video show “Hanging with Hamden” was with the Bills organization from 2006 until being released on November 19 to make room for Brian Brohm.

During his six-year career he’s thrown all of two NFL passes, completing one for seven yards.

Edwards suffered a high ankle sprain against New England on Sunday that will end his season. McGee is schedule to have surgery tomorrow on his shoulder.

Edwards will become the 18th Bill to finish the year on injured reserve; a dubious franchise record.

With starter Ryan Fitzpatrick possibly out of action with a sore ankle, Brohm could get his first NFL start Sunday in Atlanta.  Hamden would serve as his backup.

The oft-traveled Hamden has also had stops in Washington, Seattle, San Francisco and Miami during his career.  He was originally drafted in the seventh round by the Redskins in 2003.

To his credit, he was the 2006 NFL Europe Offensive MVP.

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