Wood works to be ready for Bills camp - The Buffalo News
"I'm walking around fine," Wood said. "Rehab is progressing well. I met with the doctors and they said it looks great for six or seven weeks. I've got a lot of rehab ahead of me but I obviously won't be back for OTA's or anything but I'll be around town. I just hope to be back for training camp."
Bills agree to terms with new QBs coach - BuffaloBills.com
"I’m excited and proud to be the Bills’ quarterbacks coach," said Lee. "Chan Gailey has been a successful head coach everywhere he’s been. His teams have always moved the football really well. Being able to coach under him was the difference in my decision to come to Buffalo."
Inside The Bills | New QBs coach sees team on rise
"I believe the Bills are a team on the rise and will continue to improve. I’ve known Buddy Nix for a long time since our coaching days in the SEC where he was a fantastic defensive coach. Everyone on the coaching staff believes in Chan and Buddy. That was very evident on my visit to Buffalo, and I’m excited and proud to be the Bills’ quarterbacks coach."
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Buffalo Bills hire David Lee as quarterbacks coach | Democrat and Chronicle
"We were very pleased that we could hire David Lee to be our quarterbacks coach," Gailey said. "He is very well-respected as a technician and a teacher of quarterbacks. He brings a wealth of experience, having done a lot of different types of offenses, as well as the traditional pro-style offense."
David Lee agrees to take over as Bills QB coach - Yahoo! Sports
"Lee is familiar with Bills backup quarterback Tyler Thigpen, whom he coached with the Dolphins. He’s also familiar with the wildcat offense, which Bills coach Chan Gailey has attempted to incorporate into his attack over the past two seasons."
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