Thursday night on The John Murphy Show we were joined in studio by safety Duke Williams. The second year defensive back talked about getting increased reps in organized team activities. With veteran Aaron Williams sitting out while rehabbing an injury, and Jairus Byrd leaving in free agency, Williams knows there’s a big chance for younger players to make an impression.
“It’s a great opportunity for the guys next up, and you know we’re out there battling for a job. You know it’s football, so we’re out there having fun at the same time. In the back of your head, there’s a guy that needs to get a job and you know we’re out there battling, and it’s great to be out there competing. I love the competition.”
Bills Chief Marketing Officer Marc Honan also joined the show to discuss the renovations taking place at One Bills Drive. He highlighted the new concessions, the six super gates, the progress of the new scoreboards, and focusing on improving the experience for the every fan.
In the second hour we were joined by former Bill and NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent. He talked with Murph about the influence of Ralph Wilson, how young players can benefit from time on the field during OTA’s, the possibility of a developmental football league, and the evolving technology on the sidelines of an NFL game.
Finally, we were joined by Richard Gillam, the CEO of DeskSite. Gillam talked about how the new app operates as a central hub for access to all Bills digital content, including buffalobills.com, and the team’s official Facebook and Twitter posts.
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