Euhus Becomes First Draft Choice To Sign
Battle At Left Guard: As the dog days of the off season continues we decide to take a look at the battle for starting left guard spot on the depth chart. Mike Pucillo, Ross Tucker, and Marques Sullivan are looking to fill the shoes left when Ruben Brown was released. Pucillo started at right guard most of last season but Tucker took over the job when Pucillo was hurt and didn't relinquish it. Sullivan was in NFL Siberia for most of last year but surfaced late in the year and played well. He is now back at his more comfortable guard position after playing tackle last season. All three players had reps with the first unit in the mini camps so far. Coach Mularkey said he'd like a resolution to the position sooner rather than later so chemistry can be developed. It is anybody's job to win at this point. It will be interesting to watch during the coming mini camp this week.
Wednesday May 19, 2004
Euhus Deal For Three Years: The contract signed by fourth round pick Tim Euhus is a three year deal. Other financial details were not immediately available. The three year deal is the norm for a mid round pick.
Tuesday May 18, 2004
Bills Sign Euhus: The Bills have reached an agreement on a contract with their fourth round pick, TE Tim Euhus. He becomes the first of six draft picks to ink a deal with the team. Terms were not disclosed. His signing comes very early in the off season. Most draft picks do not sign until July.
Evans To Wear Reed's Number: First round draft pick Lee Evans has switched numbers. He has decided to take #83 that most famously was held by former WR Andre Reed. Mark Campbell was wearing #83 after Dave Moore left the team but will switch back to the #84 he wore last year.
Monday May 17, 2004
Three Possible To Re-sign: As we reported when Drew Bledsoe re-negotiated his deal, the team would use the extra money under the salary cap to possibly re-sign one of their own players. Three big names are due to hit the free agent market next year, Jonas Jennings, Pat Williams and Aaron Schobel. The Buffalo News reports that the team has opened up contract negotiations with all three players but only have the money to re-sign one at this time. The question remains, will any of them want to sign a deal now or would they want to wait to see what the market offers next offseason.
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