Dog Days Of Offseason Continue
Rookies Shine: The Bills rookies shined at the Rookie Symposium this past week. The six draft picks finished first in the Ultimate Rookie Challenge. They edged out the Packers for the title as they answered questions about the history of the league and on the content of the four day symposium. Troy Vincent was one of the speakers at the event.
Thursday July 1, 2004
Camp Two-A-Days: There was one noticeable thing with the tentative training camp schedule released earlier this week. Coach Mularkey has scheduled seven two-a-day practice sessions. That is five more than last year under Gregg Williams. There are three two-a-days in the first week and it decreases after that. Included in the two-a-days is joint practices with the Cleveland Browns and two night practices. Mularkey says that camp is a time to create the team identity but you have to be smart about it so they don't get overworked.
Saturday June 26, 2004
Sobieski At Center: A recent feature article on Ben Sobieski talks about how last year's sixth round draft pick has made to move to center. He is looking to become number two on the depth chart at the position behind Trey Teague. Since the team doesn't have a true NFL caliber center to backup Teague it will be interesting to see who wins the backup role in training camp.
Thursday June 24, 2004
Summer Doldrums: This is definitely the dog days of summer as far as the NFL off season is concerned. There will be little news coming out of NFL offices for the next month until training camp gears up. The players are off until then and even the coaches are in the middle of a month off before the big push to prepare for training camp. In the meantime, chime in on our new poll on the homepage about who you thinkg will have a breakout season for the Bills this year.
Tuesday June 22, 2004
Gildon Continues Talks: Free agent LB Jason Gildon continues his talks with the Bengals. As we reported earlier, the Bengals have emerged as the front runner for his services after a good two days in visits and his past relationship with Marvin Lewis when both were with Pittsburgh. The Bills, Bears, and Packers have also visited with Gildon and are in the running.
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