Bills taking a hard look at Hairston


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Pos: OL   Height: 6-7   Weight: 325   Hometown: Winston-Salem, NC (Carver HS)  
Years Played: 2006 - 2010

According to the Buffalo News, former Clemson offensive lineman Chris HairstonChris Hairston
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has been working at both right and left tackle in the NFL preseason. Hairston was a 4th round pick for the Buffalo Bills and saw extensive action in the last preseason game against the Lions.

"For a guy that is not a starter, you have to be able to play both positions in this league," Hairston said. "They are not going to keep a whole lot of linemen so most teams have to have a swing tackle and hopefully I can fulfill that role.

He could win the No. 3 tackle position over second-year player Ed Wang, who missed Thursday's game with a shoulder injury.

"I had to go out there and do my best to prove that I can do that," Hairston said. "My part is done, I tried and gave it everything I had and now is the time for all the decisions to be made."

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