EJ Manuel, Bills - SVP & Russillo - ESPN
"Bills QB EJ Manuel dishes on his rookie season, his father's influence in his life, which QBs he studies for his own preparation, his relationship with Jameis Winston, what makes Buffalo special and more."
Inside The Bills | EJ discusses knee rehab
"Manuel said the injury that required the procedure was the one he suffered in the preseason game against Minnesota back in August."
Inside The Bills | EJ planning passing camp w/teammates
"Manuel, who was making the rounds on radio row at the Super Bowl said he’ll be getting together with teammates sometime in March and April." Get more info here.
Manuel excited to work with new QBs coach Downing - BuffaloBills.com
"He kept in touch with me throughout the whole thing beyond the Senior Bowl," said Manuel. "He checked in with me when I was going through the pre-draft process. When I saw him in the preseason last summer when we played Detroit we talked again and I’m excited he’s on our staff."
Inside The Bills | Hostler’s two great strengths
"Jim has two skills that really stand out," said Sandusky. "One I think he’s an exceptional evaluator of talent. One of the things he’s blind to things like where you were taken in the draft and what college you played at...The other strength is he is a magnificent teacher of technique." Head inside for the full quote.
Jim Kelly pulling for Andre Reed, says Bills weren't about stats - BN Blitz
"In fact, during the Bills' first Super Bowl season, 1990, Buffalo had 452 passes, counting attempts and sacks. That would have ranked last in the league in 2013. San Francisco had the fewest pass attempts in the NFL this year, at 456, counting sacks. The league average this season was 607 attempts. Denver had 695 passes this year, 15 attempts per game more than Buffalo in 1990."
Matt Williamson's take: C.J. Spiller - ESPN
"We recently chatted with ESPN NFL Insider Matt Williamson, a former scout for the Cleveland Browns, about a variety of Bills topics. First, let's dissect C.J. Spiller's season and his role within Buffalo's offense:"
Matt Williamson's take: Tight ends/receivers - ESPN
"I'd almost rather see them move from No. 9 to No. 15 or No. 16 and take the best tight end on the board. It looks like there's three of them that are potential first-rounders this year: Eric Ebron (North Carolina), Jace Amaro (Texas Tech), and Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Washington). I think a tight end would go a long way in that offense. I don't think [Scott Chandler] is impressive."