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Week 2 Of OTAs

Minor Injuries Adding Up: Halfway through the offseason workouts a few injuries have started popping up. Terrence McGee is expected to ok after his collision with Terrell Owens on Wednesday. His shoulder has no structural damage and is just bruised. He should be fine but may sit out the rest of the OTAs as a precaution. Rookie DB Cary Harris is set to come back after suffering a hamstring injury forcing him to miss some action. Leodis McKelvin expects to be back relatively soon as well. He is out with a finger injury that happened off the field. Dick Jauron and McKelvin both refused to comment on how he hurt it. Injury Page.

Saturday May 30, 2009

Team Getting Work Done: Dick Jauron spoke to the media after Friday's final workout for week 2 of the OTAs. He said it was a good week and the communication in all units are improved. He said a lot of work is getting done and the participation remains great. He feels the work is great off the field as well in the classrooms and the strength and conditioning area. He likes what he sees out of Reggie Corner and feels the personalities of Lee Evans and Terrell Owens are meshing well. He said he hopes he gets a chance to study Owens' touchdown celebrations a lot.

Friday May 29, 2009

Week 2 Of OTAs Wrapped: The Bills finished their second week of OTAs today with a few more players absent like is usually the case on a Friday. Lee Evans, Roscoe Parrish, Chris Kelsay, Dominic Rhodes, Aaron Schobel, and Langston Walker were all absent. Several other players did not participate because of various bumps and bruises. Terrell Owens had a chance to shine with other receivers absent and made a fantastic catch on a bomb from Trent Edwards. The third week of OTAs will be followed by a mandatory minicamp in two weeks.

Parrish Unhappy: Roscoe Parrish broke his offseason silence yesterday and admitted he is not happy with his role in the Bills offense. He feels he can be a quality wide receiver if given the opportunity and not just a punt return. He acknowledges that opportunity will not come in Buffalo. He stopped short of asking for a trade but did admit he may need to move on to get that opportunity. What do you think the Bills should do with Parrish? Take our poll on our homepage and let us know!

Thursday May 28, 2009

McGee OK: Terrence McGee spoke to the media today and said the collision with Terrell Owens yesterday had him scared but he's ok. There is no structural damage and it is just a bruise. He expects to get back on the field when the soreness calms down. Injury Page.

Lynch Bulks Up: Marshawn Lynch addressed the media after today's practice and said he has bulked up and added some weight and mass to put him around 230 pounds. He said he still has some growing to do and the extra weight was something he decided to try but he hasn't lost a step. Lynch said he was happy that Fred Jackson got his contract extension and with two happy running backs it is going to be trouble.

McGee In Attendance: Terrence McGee is in attendance at today's OTA workout. He is not practicing but the good news is his shoulder was not in a sling which suggests it probably is a minor injury. Leodis McKelvin remains sidelined with a hand injury and Derek Schouman was watching the workout as well. Jonathan Scott and Bruce Hall are also sidelined.

Extra Work: Nobody can accuse Terrell Owens of not working hard. Owens worked with Lee Evans and Trent Edwards for about a half an hour after yesterday's 90 minute OTA workout. The three worked on routes that were giving them issues as Owens and Edwards get to know how each other works. Evans wanted to go over a few routes that they missed during the practice session.

Wednesday May 27, 2009

Source Says McGee Injury Not Serious: The Bills had no update on the injury suffered by Terrence McGee during today's practice session but cites a team source that says it is not serious. He got hurt 30 minutes into the 90 minute session and remained down for a few minutes before coming up favoring his shoulder. Both starting cornerbacks are now out as Leodis McKelvin is expected to miss the rest of the week with a hand injury. Injury Page.

McGee Banged Up: Chris Brown reports for the team's website, that Terrence McGee left today's OTA workout after becoming tangled up with Terrell Owens on a pass play. He appeared to injure his shoulder as Owens fell on top of him. No word yet on how serious the injury is. Roscoe Parrish returned to practice today. Leodis McKelvin was there but not participating.

Tuesday May 26, 2009

Schobel, Parrish Out: The Bills went back to work this afternoon on week 2 of the organized team activities. Corey McIntyre was here for the first time. He missed last week's sessions as he was dealing with a criminal charge. He maintains he's innocent and it is a case of mistaken identity. Marcus Stroud returned to action today after missing Thursday's workout. He is expected to participate every other day as he's being given extra time off as a veteran. Aaron Schobel was not in attendance and is not expected this week. He went back home to Texas. Traditionally, Schobel has not participated in all the voluntary workouts. Roscoe Parrish was not in attendance either.

OTAs Return: Week two of the organized team activities get underway this afternoon at One Bills Drive. There are also morning workouts tomorrow and Thursday. This is the 2nd of three voluntary OTA weeks before the mandatory mini camp. The team had great attendance last week but look for a player or two to drop out this week as some players don't stay for all three weeks.

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