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Bills training camp observations: Day 2


For the second straight day the NFL world revolved around Pittsford, New York, as the Buffalo Bills were once again the only team to have a practice. That will change in short order as the rest of the teams start reporting to camp over the course of the next week, but with the spotlight still on the Bills, their prized addition of the 2014 offseason showed off in a big way. Details inside!

Bills' Dareus excused from camp for court date in Alabama


The Buffalo Bills got done with practice Monday and head coach Doug Marrone was once again asked about the process that star defensive tackle Marcell Dareus will go through to get back on the field. His answer revealed that Dareus wasn't even with the team on Monday. Why? Answers inside.

Bills' Marrone mum on Glenn's illness


Since it was announced on the Wednesday heading into training camp, not much has been learned about Buffalo Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn and why he was listed on the Active/Non-Football Illness list. The starting player, and perhaps the best offensive lineman on the Bills' roster, is set to miss practices until cleared. Once again, the Bills avoided releasing any information on timetables when it comes to Glenn's absence. Details inside!

Naaman Roosevelt back with the Bills


A native of Buffalo and former training camp mainstay is back with the Bills organization. The team announced shortly before the start of their second practice of the summer that wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt has been re-signed by the organization. Details inside!

Bills' Bradham gets first crack at weakside; devastated for Alonso


The Buffalo Bills lost a huge part of their defense for 2014 when linebacker Kiko Alonso tore his ACL in early July. Now in his third year in the NFL, Nigel Bradham is getting the first shot at replacing the man he grew so close to last year. Head inside to read about how Bradham is approaching his opportunity!

Bills training camp observations: Day 1


The Buffalo Bills opened up the training camp season for the National Football League on Sunday night and did so in front of a packed house at St. John Fisher College. As the team clustered together just outside the locker room facility to get ready to run on the field, the reality of the new season had finally arrived. How did the first practice go? Head inside for Joe Buscaglia's observations!

Bills' Henderson suffers hip injury, status unknown


With Cordy Glenn starting training camp on the Active/Non-Football Illness list, Buffalo Bills seventh-round pick and rookie Seantrel Henderson had a humongous opportunity in front of him. It didn't exactly go the way he had planned. Details inside!

Dareus likely won't practice to start Bills camp; McKelvin activated


The challenging offseason for Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus has extended into the start of training camp. A few hours after the team held their yearly conditioning workout the day before the first training camp practice at St. John Fisher College, the team announced that Dareus has been place on a non-participation list to start. Details inside!

Report: Bon Jovi, Tanenbaum & Rogers group express interest in Bills


In less than two weeks the sale process will reach it's next step and prospective owners will start to see the more detailed financial information of the Buffalo Bills. In the meantime, some of those interested in purchasing the franchise are having their intentions made public, and the Toronto-based group of rocker Jon Bon Jovi, Larry Tanenbaum and the Rogers family have expressed interest.

Bills sign a WR, CB on day before first practice


On Friday afternoon Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley said they were in the process of bringing in two young players and that an announcement could be coming on Saturday. Whaley was a man of his word, with the team announcing the signing of two players. Details inside!
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