Tuesday night on The John Murphy Show, we were joined by running back Fred Jackson. The veteran is preparing for the start of OTA’s in Orchard Park and talked about how it’s important for both rookies and returning players to come in and make a positive impression on the coaching staff.
Jackson says that OTA’s are a good opportunity to get back into regular season mode, after spending the last month working out in the weight room.
“Now that we’re going into the OTA’s, this is about learning this offense, being in the positions we need to be in on defense, finding out who our best guys are on special teams and who we’re going to make those core guys. That’s what we have to find out in this OTA period.”
Also on the show was radio color commentator Mark Kelso. The former Bills safety has transitioned into the role of author, and talked about his new book, “Play the Down.” Kelso’s book serves as a workbook for football players, allowing them to learn how to study film and become better pros in the film room. Also in the interview, Kelso shared his thoughts on OTA’s, what he liked at rookie minicamp, and his thoughts on the team.
Finally, we were joined by Mike Ginnitti, the founder and editor of Spotrac. Ginnitti talked about some of the top value players in the league using both money and statistics. He also discussed what he thinks C.J. Spiller will be able to make with his next contract.
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