"Being a new staff (the OTAs) are a benefit," said Marrone. "Getting them to understand what we’re looking for in our system and really what our expectations are as we move forward. Those are the things that happen from the mental part outside of teaching schematics, learning about development, learning about the drills. For us we had to teach them the drills that we wanted them to do and be familiar with so now we can go out in the mandatory minicamp and expect better production."
It was a good day for Nickell Robey and a bad one for Cordy Glenn says Joe Buscaglia in his report.
Marrone on Rogers: "The thing that concerned me -- and I addressed it with him right after he made a very good catch, then he kind of stood there over a player, and that’s a 15-yard penalty -- that's not what being a pro is, and that's not playing like a Buffalo Bill."
Inside The Bills | Dickerson asked to go back to TE
Doug Marrone: "Dorin Dickerson we thought would have a good opportunity to go to receiver and play for us. He came to us wanting to go back to the tight end position. So I think we have a player right now that can really do a good job of playing both positions for us."
Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 5-31
Chris Brown thinks the Bills will add a guard in July in they need one and discusses the young receivers contributing early, swapping Shep for Jerry Hughes, Erik Pears injuries, and how T.J. Graham fits in the new offense.
Bills Roundup: Wed Highlights, OTA Progress - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Check out the top plays from Wednesday's OTA, plus hear quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson and Kevin Kolb, head coach Doug Marrone, and safety Mana Silva."
Doug Marrone's no-huddle attack not some Dick Jauron experiment - Press Coverage | The Buffalo News
"It's safe to assume he won't fire Nathaniel Hackett in August."
Eight in the Box: Playing for a contract - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Eric Wood is profiled in this feature.
Open Thread: Which Buffalo Bills Rookie Will Make The Biggest Impact in 2013? | Buffalo Bills Draft
"Check out the writers’ predictions, then give us your own thoughts in the comments thread below! We will keep a running tally of who has received votes, and re-post well thought out and unique responses!"
Jairus Byrd’s Contract Situation, Part 1 | Articles | Buffalo Wins
Jairus Byrd’s Contract Situation, Part 2 | Articles | Buffalo Wins
Jairus Byrd’s Contract Situation, Part 3 | Articles | Buffalo Wins
Taking a look at what you can expect from safeties as they age, how much they are getting paid, and what Byrd should cost.