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Buffalo Bills news, 8/11: training camp battles boiling over

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Bills players are "cranky" after a long weekend, and an upcoming three-day retreat with the Pittsburgh Steelers isn't likely to help that disposition much.

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(The Buffalo News) Practice report: Temperatures rising as Bills hit "dog days" of August
Fred Jackson spoke with reporters about players being cranky in the middle of the team's toughest stretch of work in training camp.

(WGR 550) Bills Training Camp Observations: Day 15
An interesting, yet not entirely unexpected, development from camp on Sunday: Anthony Dixon was the team's first-team running back in goal line work.

(ESPN.com) Buffalo Bills Camp Report: Day 22
Speaking of red zone work, the Bills did a crap ton of it on Sunday. That's probably a good idea.

(Syracuse.com) Aaron Williams, Boobie Dixon bring intensity to goal-line drill, and 5 observations from Bills training camp
Aaron Williams says he talks smack to EJ Manuel during practice in an attempt to help the second-year quarterback improve.

(BuffaloBills.com) Bills Roundup: Sunday News and Highlights
John Murphy runs through the news and highlights from the Bills' Sunday training camp practice.

(BuffaloBills.com) Doug Marrone Sunday Press Conference
Have Doug Marrone's daily camp press conferences become must-watches for anyone else?

(BuffaloBills.com) EJ Manuel Sunday Press Conference
Manuel speaks with reporters about the team's Sunday focus on red zone work. In case you were worried, he enjoys scoring touchdowns.

(BuffaloBills.com) 4 things to take from Sunday’s practice
With all that has gone on with Robert Woods over the last couple of weeks, it's looking like Sammy Watkins and Mike Williams might be the team's starting receiving duo heading into the regular season.

(The Buffalo News) Lewis, Tuel jockey for Bills’ backup QB spot
Mark Gaughan with the latest on a fairly uninspiring backup quarterback battle between Thad Lewis and Jeff Tuel.

(WGRZ) Buffalo Bills have strong running back corps
This Sal Maiorana column is far more interesting than its headline might suggest.

(BuffaloBills.com) Duke Williams striving to transition to trusted pro
Duke Williams continues to see first-team reps in training camp, and may be making a strong push for a role on defense - perhaps even as a starter.