When it comes down to roster decisions it lies in the hands of the Bills coaching staff. That’s what makes final cuts so nerve wracking for the players. They’ve hopefully done all they can on the field to make their case, but in the end they know it’s not up to them.
Bills WR Naaman Roosevelt explained what the players are usually doing come cut down day, which is today (Saturday).
“Hope for the best, pretty much,” said Roosevelt. “There’s not much we can do right now. Hope for the best. It’s in God’s hands right now. So just hope for the best, that’s pretty much it.”
Tags: 2011 preseason, Naaman Roosevelt
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