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Bills Hold Minicamp

Minicamp Wraps Up: The Bills wrapped up their three day minicamp with a practice this afternoon. The team is now off until the beginning of training camp on July 26th. Chan Gailey spoke with the media on a majority of topics after practice. On the left tackle spot, he said there will be a battle between Cordy Glen and Chris Hairston for the job in training camp. Glenn took all the first team reps there this offseason but Hairston was playing on the right side in place of the injured Erik Pears. Gailey said camp will be a different speed than the OTAs and minicamp. Kelvin Sheppard and Dwan Edwards missed most of camp with minor injuries but should be fine for training camp. Gailey said they got a lot of situational football accomplished this week and the best thing is no real injuries so far. He is pleased with the progress made and thinks he will have Terrence McGee and Eric Wood healthy for training camp as well. The coach said the backup quarterback job will be something to watch in camp and Vince Young has done a very good job considering he has had to learn the whole offense in a short period of time.

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Wednesday June 20, 2012

Day Two Notes: Two days of the three day minicamp are in the books as the Bills practiced for 90 minutes again today. Andy Levitre joined the list of players who did not participate. Kelvin Sheppard sat out the team drills after taking part in individual drills. T.J. Graham made another impressive big play and the defense stepped up with numerous plays today.

Day One Notes: After taking part in about 10 snaps during team drills, Stevie Johnson pronounced himself 90% healthy. He said he wants to get over the mental part of his recovery before training camp. On the field, T.J. Graham looked sharp in the opening practice as did Ryan Fitzpatrick who hit some nice touchdown passes. Cordy Glenn took most of the first and second team snaps at left tackle as the Bills try to prepare him to start during the season. Mark Anderson had a great afternoon as well as Scott Chandler who made a few nice catches. Kellen Heard remained sidelined with a sprained ankle. Injury Page.

Tuesday June 19, 2012

Minicamp Underway: The Bills got minicamp underway today on a warm, windy day at One Bills Drive. Not practicing were Dwan Edwards, Terrence McGee, Eric Wood, Kellen Heard, Erik Pears, Mike Caussin, Torell Troup, and Lionel Dotson. Stevie Johnson looked good and took part in some team drills. Aaron Williams and Spencer Johnson were also back on the field.

Minicamp Begins: The only three mandatory days of practice begins today as the Bills hold their minicamp from today through Thursday. Today's practice starts at 3:15pm and is expected to run to 5:00pm. Tomorrow's workout begins at 2:30pm and Thursday's final workout starts at 1:45pm. All practices are closed to the public but open to the media. After Thursday's workout the players are off until training camp.

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Monday June 18, 2012

Season Ticket Sales Update: Russ Brandon updated the Buffalo News on ticket sales numbers. The team recently passed the 40,000 season ticket mark. Brandon was hoping for a bigger bump thanks to the positive offseason the team has had but he is pleased with the progress that has been made. The team topped 55,000 season tickets in 2008 and 2009 and hope to get over the 50,000 mark again soon. Last year the team bottomed out with just 37,355 season tickets and hope to surpass the 2010 figure of just under 44,000 season ticket. Individual game tickets are gone for the first two home games although thousands of tickets are being held back for potential season ticket sales. Only a few thousand individual game tickets remain for the third home game against Tennessee on October 21st.

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