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Buffalo Bills news, 5/24: Scott Chandler injury progressing well

One normally pessimistic local writer says the Buffalo Bills look like they have turned a corner, but he's quick to note that OTAs have looked like that before.

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"Still, the breaths of fresh air that are being drawn in the facility are a good sign. This team needed a tremendous overhaul, and it has gotten one. I’ve said that before, too, and been greatly disappointed. Hopefully, things will be different this time around."

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"Absences provided opportunities for some young Bills to make the most of the increased practice reps."

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"Chandler, just four and a half months removed from surgery, and five months to the day from sustaining the injury, wasn’t 100 percent, but was effectively dropping his weight and cutting off the surgically repaired knee and pulling in receptions from Bills rookie QB Jeff Tuel."

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"The knee feels really good," Chandler said. "I feel great. Running routes, you guys saw, I don’t know that it’s 100-percent but it’s better than most so I’m feeling good."

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"Chandler had his January surgery performed by Dr. Leslie Bisson in western New York, and raved about the job he did. Running and cutting the way he was on Thursday, it's rather remarkable how well he was moving just four-and-a-half months removed."

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"Think about the passion of Buffalo sports fans. People say they live and die red and blue, bleed blue and gold. Fans carry it on them. To have your favorite sports team on your body forever is a bold, indelible statement of your commitment."

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From the other side of it, Eric Wood had this to say: "You’ve kind of got to take the good with the bad in these early stages of an offense and understand that on the back end we’re going to come out all right."