OTAs - Day 4 - Leadership showing - BuffaloBills.com
"Right tackle Cornell Green, the free agent signee from Oakland made unsolicited mention of Trent Edwards’ leadership through the course of the offseason conditioning program up until now." The Bills running backs worked on ball security, Roscoe Parrish is looking stellar this OTA session, and Kyle Calloway is getting work at RT and guard.
Blog Blitz Exclusive Interview: Eric Wood - NFL Blog Blitz
Eric Wood talks about his injury and recovery, coach Chan Gailey and S&C coach John Gamble, his relationship with Brian Brohm and Duff's chicken wings.
Bills Roundup: Tuesday Highlights (2:54) - BuffaloBills.com
A recap of Day 4 from OTAs. Marcus Stroud's knee surgery recovery and 15 pound weight loss are highlighted as well as Cornell Green's comments on Trent Edwards. Plus highlights from the day's workouts. Shawn Nelson was the only significant addition to the absences.
Lynch Misses OTAs Again While Wood Is Progressing. - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Paul Hamilton reports from Bills OTAs on Marshawn Lynch, Eric Wood, and Donte Whitner.
Lynch and Schobel Still No Shows at OTA's | WGRZ.com
"In an interview recorded last Monday, Lynch told Comcast Sportsnet in San Francisco that he planned to arrive in Buffalo to take part in the workouts but as of Tuesday still had not reported."
Eric Wood Updates his Status (3:07) - BuffaloBills.com
"The Bills guard gives an update on his injury." He says the bone is healed and now it's getting the muscles firing again. Demetrius Bell and Geoff Hangartner both went through injuries this offseason as well.
Green not fretting about Wood – Inside The Bills
"We want him back here and we want him to be beside me and I want to be able to work with him, but at the same time we’ve got to get him back healthy," said Green.
BillBoard: Wood hopes to be ready by training camp
"Left guard Eric Wood who is recovering from a broken leg, wants to be able to practice fully when the Bills start training camp in July. Wood, whose promising rookie season ended in Week 10 at Jacksonville, is working on the field on a limited basis during the Bills OTAs, which resumed on Tuesday."
Green: "Trent is ready to go" – Inside The Bills
"Just his confidence man," said Green. "He’s confident with what he wants to do. He wants to lead a team. He’s had some years in the league and he just wants to be able to get this team past that point of just being a good team and getting to the playoffs. He works with us every day. We eat breakfast together, we’re chatting with him so I’m looking forward to working with him."
Bills' Kelsay feels like a rookie again at new position : Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo News
"He must learn to play in open space and there will be games when he is beaten on a pass route, flattened by a blind-side block and left watching helplessly as a shifty running back dances his way into the secondary. There will be times when many will question the move, including Kelsay himself, but such is life when a veteran has to be re-educated."
Buffalo Bills' weakness: Quarterback - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"The Bills’ biggest weakness is at the most important position on the field, which is more than likely going to guarantee them a top-five pick in next year’s draft. What is hard to understand is that even though the team knew this was the biggest concern coming into this offseason, Buffalo did very little to upgrade."
Green veteran on young OL | WIVB.com
"It’s kind of weird," Green says, "everybody calls me grandpapa around here, old man, uncle. I get a lot of things. It’s an opportunity to share my experience of going through the league, and try to help these guys. We got a young group. We got a good group of guys that are hungry to win, and I’m just glad to be a part of it."
Marshawn Lynch speaks publicly about Bills : Buffalo Sports Daily
Pat Moran transcribes some of the more pertinent information from a recent Marshawn Lynch television interview.
Weight watchers: Players working to get in right shape for season - NFL.com
"At the end of the 2009 season, he told reporters of his intention to enter the 2010 campaign in the best shape of his life. At 300 pounds, the 6-6 Stroud is nearly 20 pounds lighter than he was last season."
Camp Countdown: Buffalo Bills - Brad Pinkerton - Sporting News
Pinkerton analyzes the Buffalo Bills' running back situation.
Other Bills News & Notes
Top 20 Bills All-Time Draft Picks: Fred Smerlas (#16) : Buffalo Sports Daily
Number sixteen on Patrick Moran's list is Fred Smerlas, the Bills second round pick in 1979.
Pat Tillman shouldn't be voted into Pro Football Hall of Fame - Peter King - SI.com
Peter King cites Bob Kalsu and Jack Kemp in his argument against enshrining Pat Tillman in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.