May 11, 2012; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills first round draft pick cornerback Stephon Gilmore (27) during rookie mini camp at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE
Chan Gailey Wraps Up Rookie Camp - Video - BuffaloBills.com
"The Bills head coach talks about the conclusion of the 2012 Bills rookie camp and the progress that was made."
Glenn's focus: Helping Bills' offense - The Buffalo News
Cordy Glenn is unassuming in his comments following rookie minicamp.
Bills rookies happy to get their feet wet - BuffaloBills.com
"It was just three days and four practices, but if you ask any of Buffalo’s draft choices how significant the weekend rookie minicamp was for their development in getting accustomed to the way the Bills do things they were all in agreement."
Inside The Bills | Zebrie’s mom a proud one
"My mom was the one who introduced me to everything," said Sanders, who was a boy scout and also played the viola in addition to his athletic pursuits. "She wanted all of her kids to be active."
Inside The Bills | Where they’re lining up
"Here’s a look at where Buffalo’s draft choices have been lining up in rookie minicamp."
Transcript: Gailey's Minicamp Recap - BuffaloBills.com
The Bills head coach wraps up the rookie minicamp with his thoughts on the group and individual players, as well.
Inside The Bills | Gilmore looked confident
"I always play with confidence," Gilmore said. "I always speak confidently. You can’t play corner unless you have confidence. So I think that comes with me and if I just keep learning the sky is the limit."
Confident Gilmore earns Gailey's praise - The Buffalo News
"He is a big, long corner that can run and has a great feel for the game. He did a very good job during the weekend," Gailey said.
Gailey wraps up rookie camp weekend - The Buffalo News
"Impressed with some and not impressed with others. But that’s the way it is. You’re trying to find that out. You can watch them run, jump and change direction but you don’t know their mental capacity," he said. "That’s the one thing you don’t know off film, so you’re trying to get a good gauge of that."
Cook happy to have a second chance - The Buffalo News
"When [the Bills] called, I almost teared up for a chance to come back," he said. "I’m just trying to get my knees back. My quickness was a big part of my game, so I’m trying to get my speed back up."
WGR 550 - Bills, Gailey Wrap Up Rookie Mini-camp
"I don’t give them any advice. Because what can happen is if you start giving advice, then that’s the direction they look," the head coach stated. "I want them to be themselves. I want to see if they can fit in, if they know what to ask. They need to be able to be accountable to themselves, not to me. So I want to just see how they handle things as they go forward dealing with veterans."
WGR 550 - Bills' Glenn Not Taking Anything For Granted
"I’m not upstairs," the tackle said, referring to the coaching staff and front office having him compete for the left tackle job. "I’m just out here playing football."
Bills Wrap Rookie Camp | wgrz.com
"It's done a lot, you know you come in here, you get drafted and you come to rookie mini-camp and it's just starting to happen," said Bills rookie linebacker, Tank Carder. "It definitely gives you a little confidence moving onto the next level."
Gilmore Makes Strong First Impression | wgrz.com
Gailey says Gilmore's attitude will be important as he continues to develop. "Confidence is something that's vital, especially at the cornerback position. He played well and did well in this camp. Now, when he goes against the other guys he's going to lose some. How does he handle getting beat? He didn't get beat a lot out here, so how does he handle that? He's going to go through some emotions so that maturity and that confidence will help him I think. He's played in a tough league. He knows what it's about."
No tricks up Tanney's sleeve in bid to make Bills - Wellsville Daily Reporter
"Alex Tanney wants to be an NFL quarterback and there are no tricks up his sleeve to make that happen. Tanney, a YouTube sensation for being the 'Trick Shot Quarterback,' is taking his NFL tryout with the Buffalo Bills very seriously and knows it will take more than being able to throw footballs into moving vehicles or hitting a crossbar from 50 yards out from his knee to make the roster."
Nick Clark’s getting taste of NFL with Bills - Wellsville Daily Reporter
Clark went to Alfred University and joins two other local products at rookie minicamp.
Byron Mulkey tries out with the Bills - YNN, Your News Now
"The last time we saw Byron Mulkey, he was staring at point guard for the UB basketball squad. After a brief stint playing professionally in Morocco, the Wheatfield native is trying his luck in the pros again, only this time, it's football and a tryout with the Bills."
Buffalo Signs The "Trick Shot QB" - Buffalo Rising
"If the video is any indication, Tanney brings more than just his 69% completion and three Midwest Conference Offensive Player of the Year awards; he also brings a youthful exuberance and aggressive desire to impress."
Former N.C. State receiver T.J. Graham confident | CharlotteObserver.com
"What’s unmistakable is the healthy sense of self-belief Graham carries when providing a simple answer to what the draft experts might have missed in dismissing his potential."
Shawne Merriman Discusses His Achilles Tendon Injury - Baltimore Beat Down
"Honestly man I was just talking with coach about this. It’s probably the best I have felt in three years. The first time I got the chance to have full surgery on my Achilles and have a real off-season. I am looking for a big year."
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Chan Gailey is an enigmatic third on this list.
Inside The Bills | Polian’s top 10 player moves
"Buffalo’s 28th Wall of Famer will be former GM Bill Polian. Here’s a look at what we feel are the top 10 moves Polian executed to turn the Bills into the winningest team in the 90′s and four-time AFC Champions."