The Buffalo Bills activated running back CJ Spiller of the injured reserve (with designation to return) list on Friday, per a report by ESPN's Adam Schefter:
Bills today announced they have activated RB C.J. Spiller from Reserve/Injured; Designated for Return.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 19, 2014
Per Mike Wilkening of NBC's Pro Football Talk, "Spiller is probable to face the Raiders in Oakland on Sunday, the club said."
The 27-year-old halfback has sat out the last seven games with a broken clavicle. He rushed for 287 yards on 69 carries and caught 14 passes for 109 yards and one touchdown prior to injury for 8-6 Buffalo, which currently sits just one game out of a wild card spot in the jam-packed AFC.
Spiller’s dynamic skill set gives the Bills yet another weapon in the backfield, with Fred Jackson, Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown slated to share the load with Spiller upon his return.
Buffalo will be in Oakland on Sunday for the Raiders' 2014 home finale.
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