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Bills Complete OTA Week 1

OTA Wraps: The Bills wrapped up week one of their organized team activities yesterday. Players hit the practice field for three days and will resume the OTAs on Tuesday of next week for three more days. They also hit the field for three days of workouts the week of June 5th before having a mandatory minicamp the following week. 11 veterans were missing from the final practice that was reportedly dominated by the defense. Dick Jauron feels a lot is being accomplished although he wishes more veterans were in attendance. Their absences has given the young players more time on the field.

Thursday May 25, 2006

Aiken Misses Workout: Sam Aiken missed yesterday's workout at the organized team activity. He is suffering from a sprained thumb and wrist. Injury Page

Ochs Out: A tough break for Bills allocated QB Craig Ochs. He led his Frankfurt Galaxy to the World Bowl as their number one signal caller but he suffered an injury in the regular season finale and has ben ruled out of the big game. In other Europe news, Fred Jackson was named the offenisve player of the week last week in a losing effort. Besides Ochs and Rob Lee, who is playing in the World Bowl, all allocated players were in Buffalo for the OTAs as of yesterday.

Wednesday May 24, 2006

Moorman Honored: Bills punter Brian Moorman will be honored by the NCAA. He is being inducted into the NCAA Division II Track and Field Hall of Fame. He will be one of five inductees in a ceremony tonight. Moorman called it a huge honor. He was a Track and Field star back in his college days at Pittsburg State University.

Monday May 22, 2006

OTAs Resume: The Bills resumed their offseason team activities today with fewer veterans in attendance and some draft picks missing as well. Both Ohio State picks, Donte Whitner and Ashton Youboty are unable to attend until they are done with final exams which isn't until June 8th. Keith Ellison is also still out because his last final exam at Oregon State isn't until June 16th. 10 veterans were not in attendance as the OTA got underway. Nate Clements, London Fletcher, Mike Gandy, Willis McGahee, Brian Moorman, Roscoe Parrish, Aaron Schobel, Takeo Spikes, Chris Villarrial, and Troy Vincent. The OTA is voluntary, the next mandatory one is the week of June 12th through 14th.

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