Thursday night on The John Murphy Show we were joined in studio by wide receiver T.J. Graham, who is preparing to host his annual Skills Challenge this weekend inside the Bills Fieldhouse. The Skills Challenge allows teams of eight to compete against other teams in various drills by position. The Challenge is for middle school and high school aged athletes and is free to participate.
Graham also talked about the Bills new look wide receiver group. He feels that despite the changes, there is growth.
“Clearly we need to re-build our receiving corps, and through the draft we have done so. We can feel our receiving corps coming together to blossom with our second year quarterback. His (Manuel) leadership skills are great. Last year, he was learning the offense just like we were, but this year he’s got a whole year under his belt. He’s looking like a savvy vet out there right now.”
Also on the show was historian and author Ken Crippen, who talked about the Pro Football Researchers Association. Crippen also talked about the Hall of Very Good and a couple of former Bills who were recently inducted. He also discussed the early days of Buffalo football, and some events that led to Ralph Wilson landing a professional team in western New York.
Our last guest was web designer Dan Gigante, who helped put together an interactive website for fans. The site allows fans to submit ideas on where they think a new Bills stadium should be built.
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