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NEWS ARCHIVES - JUN 7TH - JUN 20TH, 2010 PREVIOUS WEEK

Bills Continue Off Season Program

OTA Wraps: Week four of the organized team activities wrapped up with a 90 minute practice session today. The players are now off until Monday when they get together for the final voluntary OTA which lasts only two days. It is followed by the three day mandatory minicamp. Ed Wang updated the team's website on his injury. He was able to watch practice this week and hopes he can return sometime during the minicamp. He said rehab is doing well. Injury Page.


Wednesday June 16, 2010

Easley Signing Official: The Bills made the signing of Marcus Easley official this afternoon. To make room for him they waived LB Mike Wright. That leaves just the top three draft picks unsigned. Depth Chart.

QB Pecking Order Coming: Chan Gailey spoke to the media following today's organized team activity practice session. Gailey said they are forming opinions on the quarterback situation and for the first time admitted he will have a pecking order when training camp rolls around. He said someone will definitely get the work the ones while another will work with the twos. He said the competition will remain open but the player they chose to go first will have the advantage. He feels they need to do that or else they won't be able to get anyone ready to be the starter when the season rolls around.

Wood, Bell Ahead Of Schedule: Chan Gailey was very pleased with the progress of injured offensive linemen Eric Wood and Demetrius Bell. He praised the work the training staff has done with them and said Wood may actually hit the field before the mandatory minicamp that starts a week from today. He also said Bell is way ahead of schedule as well. On a slight down note, Cornell Brown suffered a muscle pull yesterday and will be sidelined a few days. Injury Page.

Easley Reportedly Signs: The Bills continue to lock up their draft picks with more than a month to go before training camp. Reports say the Bills have signed 4th round draft pick Marcus Easley to a four year deal. This would leave just the top three draft picks unsigned.


Tuesday June 15, 2010

Lynch On Return: Marshawn Lynch felt he was away from the team for too long and missed it so it was time to come back. He said he stayed away too long because he was just enjoying the offseason. He took the reps he got and just got back into it and learning the different terminology. He said he's excited to learn something new. Lynch said he spoke to Chan Gailey yesterday and said he wants to add his wheel to the thing that is rolling. Lynch said it looked like a possibility that he would be traded but he feels it would have happened by now if he did. He said he's now looking ahead and he's here to practice.

Lynch Practices: The Bills held their first organized team activity of the week today and had a new face in attendance. As reported earlier, Marshawn Lynch did take part in today's practice session and his teammates seemed excited to have him on the field.

Lynch To Report? Adam Schefter is reporting that Marshawn Lynch is expected to take part in this week's OTAs that begin today. This has been reported before and Lynch has been at One Bills Drive but has not participated in workouts all offseason. This comes on the heels of renewed trade rumors involving Lynch and the Seahawks. This week they will have practice today through Thursday from 12:05pm to 1:35pm.


Monday June 14, 2010

Seattle Interested In Lynch: Jason LaCanfora of NFL network reports that Seattle is very interested in acquiring Marshawn Lynch. It would make sense for the Bills to part ways with the disgruntal running back if they could come to terms on compensation.


Friday June 11, 2010

Reed Finds A Job: Josh Reed is no longer a man without a team. He has signed a one year deal with the Chargers. Their GM A.J. Smith said Reed's experience makes him a perfect complement for their team.


Thursday June 10, 2010

Schobel Not Coming Back: Aaron Schobel told the Buffalo News that he is not coming back to the Bills but stopped short in saying he was retiring. He said it is in the Bills hands and if they need him later in the season he would consider coming back. He also said he is fine with the team moving on without him. Schobel said he would not be taking part in the mandatory minicamp later this month. What do you think of this news? Take our poll on our homepage and let us know!

Two More Picks Signed: The Bills have now locked up all of their late round draft picks by signing 6th round pick Arthur Moats and 7th rounder Levi Brown. All five late round picks are now under contract leaving just the top four picks left to sign. Both Moats and Brown got four year deals both approaching $1.9 Million in salary. To make room on the filled roster they released OL Jorge Guerra and DE Will Croner. Front Office Page.


Wednesday June 9, 2010

Wang Injury Not Season Ending: Chan Gailey addressed the media after today's OTA session. He said Ed Wang's injury is not as serious as originally feared and they hope to get him back in time for the final minicamp at the end of this month. He did not elaborate on the nature of the injury but it has been reported to be a high ankle sprain. Roscoe Parrish and Shawn Nelson were among the players absent from today's workout. The team practiced in the fieldhouse because of rain and worked extensively on red zone drills. The team has one more OTA for the week tomorrow afternoon.Injury Page.

Schouman Returns: For the first time since suffered a torn ACL early last season, Derek Schouman took part in team drills yesterday. He said the knee felt good and it was great to be back on the field with his teammates. Chan Gailey is expected to address the media after this afternoon's 90 minute practice. He hopefully will update everyone on the status of Ed Wang who injured his left leg during the weekend minicamp. Reports say it is a high ankle sprain.


Tuesday June 8, 2010

Torbor Outside: In his first practice with the Bills, Reggie Torbor lined up at outside linebacker. He has played both inside and outside in his career but played inside the last two years in Miami. Torbor isn't 100% as he is coming back from offseason shoulder surgery. He says he is 90% back.

Calloway Signs: The Bills now have three late round draft picks in the fold. They signed 7th round pick Kyle Calloway today. Since the roster was already at the 80 man limit they had to release someone. DB Stephan Virgil was the player cut loose.

OTAs Resume Today: The Bills get back to work today with the third week of organized team activities. The team will hit the field from 12:05pm to 1:35pm today, tomorrow, and Thursday. LB Reggie Torbor will be on the field with his new teammates for the first time today after officially signing his contract with the team yesterday. It will be interesting to see where he lines up as he can play inside and outside.


Monday June 7, 2010

Wang Injury Update: Several reports say the injury suffered by Ed Wang on Saturday is not as serious as initially feared. The Buffalo News and Pro Football Talk report that Wang suffered a high ankle sprain and not a knee injury. The Bills have not updated his injury status since the injury occured. Wang had to be carted off the field and couldn't put pressure on the left leg. If it is a high ankle sprain he will likely be back early in training camp. This is very good news because when the injury happened it looked like it could have been a season ending injury. Chan Gailey will speak to the media again on Wednesday and will hopefully have more information. Injury Page.



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