Bills add Johnson-Webb to practice squad

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills continued to shuffle their practice squad Tuesday, signing Jamaal Johnson-Webb to their practice squad and releasing offensive lineman Manase Foketi.

Johnson-Webb is a 6-foot-6, 306-pound guard from Alabama A&M. He went undrafted this season and has spent time with the Arizona Cardinals, Chicago Bears, and Minnesota Vikings.

Bills coach Doug Marrone, who has a background as an offensive line coach, has expressed a desire to get bigger up front. Several younger lineman have come through Buffalo in recent weeks as the team keeps an eye toward the future.

With four games remaining in the season and the Bills essentially out of the playoff hunt, it won't be surprising to see more developmental players come in and out, both on the 53-man roster and practice squad.

Here's the current Bills' practice squad:

QB Dennis Dixon

WR Tommy Streeter

WR Cordell Roberson

OT Edawn Coughman

OG Jamaal Johnson-Webb

DL Ikponmwosa Igbinosun

LB Jacquies Smith

CB Mario Butler