Rian Lindell is rarely satisfied with his own performance in games, which is why entering his 10th training camp with the Bills he’s still striving to improve. Of course the presence of seventh-round pick and kickoff specialist John Potter is an added incentive to be at his best. What Lindell has under his arm however, is a new long term contract, which one would think provides at least a bit of insurance in Lindell’s mind.
“It’s always nice to get a contract from the hierarchy that’s in place,” Lindell told Buffalobills.com. “So that was a huge shot for the confidence. But I have my own goals that I want to accomplish and I haven’t really got there. I’m trying to have that perfect season for me and for the team.”
Lindell said until this team makes the playoffs, he’s always going to believe there’s more he can do.
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