The Buffalo Bills added some depth to their offensive line Monday, but it came at the expense of a valuable special-teams player.
The team activated right tackle Seantrel Henderson from the suspended list to the 53-man roster, freeing up a spot by placing safety Colt Anderson on injured reserve. Anderson suffered an arm injury in Sunday's 30-19 win over the Los Angeles Rams.
Henderson had served a four-game suspension to start the 2016 season for violating the NFL's drug policy. He was eligible to return last week, but the team elected to have him practice first to see what type of physical condition he was in.
Anderson played in just two games this season, missing the first three with a foot injury. Signed to be primarily a special-teams contributor, he played 25 snaps in that role over the past two games.