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Stephon Gilmore getting more comfortable playing one-handed

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Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore said today he's not sure how much longer he will need to wear the "club" that protects his surgically repaired left wrist, but that playing with it Sunday for a second straight week was much easier.

"I've got to use my legs more. I can't really use my hands like I want to, so I've got to really win with my feet," Gilmore said this morning. "So I think that's helping my game a lot."

Gilmore played 36 defensive snaps (55 percent) against the Dolphins. That's up from the 26 snaps (30 percent) he saw against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week Six.

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