Don't blink, or you might miss Sammy Watkins in the preseason. The Buffalo Bills' star receiver is expected to make his 2016 debut Friday night against Washington, but shouldn't see much time at FedExField. "He probably won't be in there a whole lot, but he is scheduled to play," coach Rex Ryan said earlier this week.
Rex Ryan had an entire 90-player roster to choose from Tuesday when he was asked who stood out during the team's training camp at St. John Fisher College. Ryan thought for a second before answering. "Worthy," the coach said. "I think he's come a long way." That's true in more than ways that one.
PITTSFORD - Another summer has come and gone for the Buffalo Bills at St. John Fisher College. The team wrapped up its 17th training camp in suburban Rochester with a Tuesday morning practice. One final walk-thru is all that's left Wednesday before the team heads back to its Orchard Park facilities.
PITTSFORD - Marquise Goodwin almost made it through training camp without getting hurt. Almost, but not quite. The Buffalo Bills' receiver is in concussion protocol, coach Rex Ryan said, after he hit his head on the ground trying to make a catch during a red-zone drill near the end of the team's final practice of training camp Tuesday morning.
The public portion of the Bills' annual stop in suburban Rochester is now over. The team held its final practice of the season for fans Monday night. It will hold one final practice at 10 a.m. Tuesday before packing up at St. John Fisher College and heading west down the Thruway back to One Bills Drive.
The Buffalo Bills' time in Pittsford is just about finished. The team will hold one final practice that is open to the public at 6 p.m. Monday, then have a closed workout Tuesday before breaking camp Wednesday and returning to One Bills Drive in Orchard Park.
EJ Manuel has settled into his role with the Buffalo Bills as Tyrod Taylor's backup quarterback. But don't mistake that for settling. Manuel knows the situation in front of him: He'll be an unrestricted free agent after this season and his chance of ever becoming the franchise quarterback the team hoped he'd be when they selected him in the first...
The Buffalo Bills are now half way through their 2016 preseason schedule. The team has just one practice remaining at St. John Fisher College that is open to the public - Monday at 6 p.m. They will hold another closed practice Tuesday before breaking camp and returning to their Orchard Park home on Wednesday.
As far as preseason games go, the Bills turned in a dominant effort Saturday night against the New York Giants. A 21-0 win in the first game at New Era Field featured plenty of strong performances on both sides of the ball.
There were plenty of red flags surrounding Karlos Williams coming out of Florida State. Accusations of domestic violence and alleged involvement in a drug deal gone bad that ended in armed robbery did not dissuade the Buffalo Bills from using a fifth-round draft pick on him, however.
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