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Buffalo Bills news, 8/7: Hackett plans to feed C.J. Spiller "until he throws up"

Nate Hackett shared his thoughts on the offense this morning and they were epic.

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Bills OC plans to give C.J. Spiller the ball 'until he throws up' - The Buffalo News

"It's real simple," Hackett said. "We're going to give him the ball until he throws up. So he's either got to tap out or throw up on the field. Let's just put it that way." I really hope I like Hackett as much in December as I do now.

RB Gaskins showing he's more than power -
"Kendall Gaskins knew he would be getting a lot of reps Monday night since CJ Spiller was only scheduled to take a couple of reps in the live-hitting portion of the scrimmage. Then Zac Brown went down early with a rib injury and the door swung wide open. Gaskins ran through it knocking most in his path out of the way."

Bills Focus: Bills Built For Speed -
"The 2013 Buffalo Bills look considerably different from last season, but one of the most impressive changes is the amount of world class speed on the roster. "

Mayock weighs in on EJ and starting Wk 1 -
"I think who the guy is Week 1 is less important than what the big picture is," said Mayock. "From my perspective, you have a new head coach, you have a new general manager and you just traded up to get a quarterback in the first round. If the kid is both physically and mentally ready to take over this offense, I’d go with Manuel."

Choice reps go to Tashard as Bills try to identify goal-line back - The Buffalo News
"We're actually still trying to find that role," Marrone said. "I don't think that role's been defined for us yet. We're going to take a real good look at it."

Kevin Mawae joins Bills coaching staff through minority fellowship - The Buffalo News
"Now retired, Mawae wants to keep learning from Marrone. The Bills today announced Mawae is among their five recipients of the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship and will work with the team through training camp."

Resetting Buffalo's injuries - ESPN AFC East Blog
"After a Monday evening scrimmage, Buffalo Bills players have Tuesday off, allowing for recovery time after eight days of training camp. Here's an updated look at the health of the roster:"

Talent level rising, we think | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
"Alonso walked off the field to chants of 'Kiko, Kiko.' Bearded, big and brawny, the kid has folk hero qualities to him."

Former Colts First Round Bust Jerry Hughes Suggests He Didn't Have A Fair Chance In Indy - Stampede Blue
I don't think Colts fans agree with Jerry Hughes.

32 Teams in 32 Days: Buffalo Bills |
"The Bills are undergoing a fundamental shift under HC Doug Marrone, and Peter Damilatis looks at the good and bad the new man has got to work with."

Page of Fame: Best Single Games - Running Backs |
Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller go one-two in the best games by a running back since 2007. Spiller also has number nine on the list. And hey, only one Bills appearance on the wrong side of one of the Top 16, so... there's that.

Page of Fame: Best Single Games - Centers |
Geoff Hangartner is the only Bills center on the list, but it was the Week 17 throwaway game against the Colts' second teamers in 2009.

Page of Fame: Running Backs |
So C.J. Spiller was really good in 2012, you say? And Fred Jackson in 2011? Hmm...