The Buffalo Bills are expected to give linebacker Kirk Morrison playing time at MLB, his old position with the Oakland Raiders, in Saturday's game against the Steelers. Morrison was in competition with Arthur Moats for the strong-side starter position, but is now at 4th on the depth chart at linebacker, with experience at every 4-3 position. He played six seasons at MLB with the Raiders and Jaguars, averaging 93 tackles per season with a career-high four interceptions in 2007.
Analysis: Morrison was a decent IDP value back with the Raiders, but his best days are clearly behind him, serving as a veteran fallback if either Moats or Kelvin Sheppard go down with an injury. Buffalo's LB corp got a big boost with the signing of Mario Williams, and the unit as a whole projects as one of the better fantasy defenses in the league.
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