Granted the Bills defense is ahead of the offense as is usually the case in the early days of training camp. The offense has yet to really get their timing down, but one thing is clear, the cornerback depth is looking pretty good for the Bills right now.
Even Bills CB Reggie Corner, who watched practice the first two days while on Active PUP, noticed that the youth that’s been added has been faring quite well in team work.
“I’m real impressed with the group,” he said. ”I’m impressed with the rookies also. I continue to learn from the older secondary guys. I’m also learning from the young guys. I feel whoever they bring in I’m going to do all I can to learn from that person. They’re also coming along pretty good and learning so I’m very pleased with them.”
Second-round pick Aaron Williams and seventh-round pick Justin Rogers have made plays in the passing game and Terrence McGee looks back to form after an injury-riddled 2010. McKelvin has been getting his hands on some balls and the group doesn’t even have Drayton Florence back on the practice field yet.
Provided they can stay healthy it’s looking like a strong and deep collection of talent.
Tags: 2011 Bills Training Camp, Reggie Corner
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