BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills activated safety and special teams ace Colt Anderson off the injured reserve list today, according to multiple reports.
The former Butte High Bulldog and Montana Grizzly began practicing with the Bills last week. Anderson, 32, spent 12 weeks on the injured reserve after breaking his arm against the Atlanta Falcons on Week 4.
The 8-7 Bills are still in the playoff hunt as they head to Miami to take on the Dolphins at 2:25 p.m. (Mountain Time).
Anderson, who entered the NFL when signing as an un-drafted free agent with the Minnesota Vikings in April of 2009, is in his second season with the Bills. He missed the final 11 games of the 2016 season after breaking his arm in a win over the Rams in Los Angeles.
Before joining the Bills, Anderson, who went from walk on to All-American at the University of Montana, played for the Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles.