ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -The Bills signed safety Bryan Scott and defensive end Copeland Bryan on Wednesday to help a defense hit by injuries.
A day after placing starting free safety Ko Simpson on injured reserve because of a fractured ankle, Buffalo bolstered its secondary with the addition of Scott, who spent the past four seasons in Atlanta and New Orleans. Last year he played in nine games for the Saints, contributing mostly on special teams.
Buffalo signed Bryan off the Bears practice squad, where he played after Tennessee released him before the 2006 season.
foot) won't return until after the bye week at the earliest.
Defensive end Anthony Hargrove, meanwhile, will miss his second game when the Bills play at Pittsburgh on Sunday. Hargrove is serving a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy.

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