Reed Wall Date Announced
Reed Wall Day Announced: The Bills announced yesterday that Andre Reed will go on the Wall of Fame in a ceremony at halftime of the Vikings home game on October 1st. Reed is the 23rd member of the Wall and his induction was announced two weeks ago.
Wednesday May 31, 2006
Bills Sign DB: Late yesterday afternoon the Bills announced that they added another defensive back to their arsenal. They signed LaShaun Ward to an undisclosed deal. He has bounced around various NFL training camps and practice squads including Kansas City and Oakland.
More Veterans Attend OTA: More veterans were in attendance as the second week of OTAs got underway yesterday at One Bills Drive. Takeo Spikes, Troy Vincent, Aaron Schobel, Roscoe Parrish, and Mike Gandy were there after missing last week's action. Spikes continues his rehab work and has shown marked improvement. Among those not in attendance were Bennie Anderson, Nate Clements, London Fletcher, Willis McGahee, Jason Peters, and Chris Villarrial according to the team's official website.
Tuesday May 30, 2006
OTA Resumes: The Bills resume their organized team activity today after the players had off for the Memorial Day weekend. They have three days of workouts this week and they are voluntary. There were 11 veterans missing from last week's OTA.
Monday May 29, 2006
Backup TE Battle: Today we continue our look at position battles with a look at the backup tight end spot. It is a three way battle to backup Robert Royal who was signed as a free agent this off season. Royal is considered more of a sixth offensive linemen so the club may look for a pass receiving tight end for their two tight end sets. The leading candidates for that role are Tim Euhus and Kevin Everett. Euhus has shown flashes of talent but has been injured more than he has been healthy in his career. Everett is a promising talent who has yet to hit the field in the NFL because of a torn ACL suffered last year in minicamp. The man who is skyrocketing up the depth chart and may steal the 2nd spot is Brad Cieslak. He was signed as an undrafted free agent last year and has lived at the Bills facility this off season. He is considered a blocking tight end but is working hard on his receiving skill. Take our new poll on our homepage and let us know what you think about this position battle. Depth Chart
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