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Bills fans and alumni weigh in on the 2017 schedule

Posted by Kelly Baker on March 29, 2017 – 4:46 pm

Each year, the Buffalo Bills Schedule Challenge, presented by Ellicott Hotels, offers Bills fans an opportunity to share their thoughts on the upcoming season. With the 2017 Schedule Challenge well underway, thousands of Bills supporters have already joined in on the fun.

Take a look at a few of the most common answers among fans:

-64% think the Bills will open the 2017 regular season at New Era Field

-42% think that the Miami Dolphins will be the first AFC East opponent that the Bills play at home

-52% think the Bills will play in two primetime games

-58% think the Buffalo will host a primetime matchup

In a recent appearance on The John Murphy Show, Bills Wall of Famer Steve Tasker also jumped into the conversation.

After taking the Challenge, here’s how the Bills legend thinks the 2017 campaign will play out:

-The Bills will open up the 2017 regular season on the road against division opponent the Miami Dolphins

-The Bills will have two primetime games and neither will be hosted at New Era Field

-Buffalo’s bye week will come in either Week 4, 5 or 6

How do your answers stack up against the competition? Take the quiz now to find out!

The Schedule Challenge ends on Friday, March 31 at 11:59 p.m.


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USA Football’s 2017 Grant Program now open

Posted by Kelly Baker on March 23, 2017 – 9:53 am

The 2017 USA Football Grant Program enables youth football leagues and scholastic teams to upgrade equipment, improve playing fields, recover from natural disasters and acquire life-saving equipment.  Applications for equipment, field and product grants are awarded to 501(c)(3)  tax – exempt youth, middle school and high school football programs throughout the United States.

Along with the grant program, USA Football has several other initiatives including the Heads Up Football initiative which the Bills proudly support in Western New York.  Though the USA Football Grant Program is available to any youth or school sponsored football organization, programs signed up and engaged in Heads Up Football are eligible for larger grant amounts.

Those wishing to submit a USA Football grant application will have until Wednesday, April 12 to do so.

For more information on USA Football’s 2017 Grant Program and to apply, please visit here.

 


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‘It’s morphin’ time’ with K. Williams’ daughter

Posted by Kelly Baker on March 22, 2017 – 5:21 pm

For “Power Rangers” fans everywhere, the hype for the newest movie is real. With the film set to hit theaters on Friday, March 24, generations of loyal supporters are jumping into the conversation.  Recently, Sports Illustrated turned to a few NFL players’ kids to get their take on the pop-culture craze and to ask the new cast some of their burning questions. Joining in the fun was none other than Kyle Williams’ 10-year-old daughter Kate.

The results? You guessed it, adorable.


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Mayock updates his top 5 by position for draft

Posted by Chris Brown on March 21, 2017 – 2:14 pm

He put his first list of his top five at each position for the 2017 draft class just before the NFL combine. Almost a month later, NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock has re-issued his top five by position list from the 2017 talent pool and there has been some movement at some need positions for the Bills.

Chief among them cornerback where Ohio State’s Marshon Lattimore moved up to the top spot from being ranked second in the initial Mayock rank. Alabama’s Marlon Humphrey moved up from three to two, while Washington’s Sidney Jones, Florida’s Teez Tabor and LSU’s Tre’Davious White slipped out of the top five completely. Jones’ drop is probably due largely to his Achilles injury suffered at his pro day.

Washington’s Kevin King, Ohio State’s Gareon Conley and UCLA’s Fabian Moreau round out the new top five at corner.

At receiver East Carolina WR Zay Jones moved up one spot from five to four, swapping places with E. Washington WR Cooper Kupp.

And at linebacker, Vanderbilt’s Zach Cunningham and Florida’s Jarrad Davis swapped places, with Davis moving up from four to three and Cunningham sliding back.

A lot of times Mayock alters these positional ranks based on what he’s hearing from NFL club executives directly. Here’s a look at all of his position listings.

Quarterback
1. DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame
2. Deshaun Watson, Clemson
3. Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina
4. Patrick Mahomes II, Texas Tech
5. Davis Webb, California
Running Back
1. Leonard Fournette, LSU
2. Christian McCaffrey, Stanford
3. Dalvin Cook, Florida State
4. Alvin Kamara, Tennessee
5. Samaje Perine, Oklahoma
Rise: Fournette (2), McCaffrey (3), Perine (NR)
Fall: Cook (1), Joe Mixon, Oklahoma (5, added to special exceptions)
Wide receiver
1. Corey Davis, Western Michigan
2. Mike Williams, Clemson
3. John Ross, Washington
4. Zay Jones, East Carolina
T-5. Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington
T-5. JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC
Rise: Jones (5), Smith-Schuster (NR)
Fall: Kupp (4),

Tight end
1. O.J. Howard, Alabama
2. David Njoku, Miami
3. Evan Engram, Ole Miss
4. Gerald Everett, South Alabama
5. George Kittle, Iowa
Rise: Everett (5), Kittle (NR)
Fall: Jake Butt, Michigan (4, added to special exceptions)
Offensive tackle
1. Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin
2. Garett Bolles, Utah
3. Antonio Garcia, Troy
4. Roderick Johnson, Florida State
T-5. Taylor Moton, Western Michigan
T-5. Jermaine Eluemunor, Texas A&M
Interior OL
1. Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky
2. Cam Robinson, Alabama
3. Dan Feeney, Indiana
4. Dion Dawkins, Temple
T-5. Ethan Pocic, LSU
T-5. Pat Elflein, Ohio State
Rise: Dawkins (5), Elflein (NR)
Fall: Pocic (4)
Interior DL
1. Jonathan Allen, Alabama
2. Caleb Brantley, Florida
3. Malik McDowell, Michigan State
4. Larry Ogunjobi, Charlotte
5. Chris Wormley, Michigan
Edge rusher
1. Myles Garrett, Texas A&M
2. Solomon Thomas, Stanford
3. Derek Barnett, Tennessee
4. Takkarist McKinley, UCLA
5. Tim Williams, Alabama
Rise: Thomas (4), McKinley (5)
Fall: Williams (2)

Linebacker
1. Reuben Foster, Alabama
2. Haason Reddick, Temple
3. Jarrad Davis, Florida
4. Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt
5. Alex Anzalone, Florida
Rise: Davis (4)
Fall: Cunningham (3)
Cornerback
1. Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State
2. Marlon Humphrey, Alabama
3. Kevin King, Washington
4. Gareon Conley, Ohio State
5. Fabian Moreau, UCLA
Rise: Lattimore (2), Humphrey (3), King (NR), Conley (NR), Moreau (NR)
Fall: Sidney Jones, Washington (1, added to special exceptions), Teez Tabor, Florida (4), Tre’Davious White, LSU (5)
Nickel
1. Budda Baker, Washington
2. Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado
3. Jourdan Lewis, Michigan
4. Desmond King, Iowa
5. Damontae Kazee, San Diego State
Safety
1. Jabrill Peppers, Michigan
2. Jamal Adams, LSU
3. Malik Hooker, Ohio State
4. Obi Melifonwu, Connecticut
T-5. Marcus Williams, Utah
T-5. Marcus Maye, Florida
Rise: Peppers (3), Melifonwu (5), Williams (NR), Maye (NR)
Fall: Hooker (1) , Budda Baker, Washington (4, added to nickel)
Special exceptions
1. Adoree’ Jackson, USC
2. Curtis Samuel, Ohio State
3. Sidney Jones, Washington
4. Jake Butt, Michigan
5. Joe Mixon, Oklahoma
Additions: Jones (previously No. 1 CB), Butt (previously No. 4 TE), Mixon (previously No. 5 RB)
Moved: Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado (3, moved to nickel), Desmond King, Iowa (4, moved to nickel)
Fall: Adam Shaheen, Ashland (5)

 

 


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Murph honored with Lifetime Achievement award by Medaille

Posted by Chris Brown on March 20, 2017 – 7:26 pm

Medaille College held its annual awards ceremony where they honor some of the region’s finest in media and law enforcement. Bills play-by-play man John Murphy was one of two recipients of a Lifetime Achievement award.

Murph’s Lifetime Achievement award from Medaille was in recognition for his radio and television play-by-play work. He has been the Bills play-by-play radio broadcaster for the last 14 seasons, and served as color commentator to the late Van Miller for 17 seasons on Bills radio broadcasts. Congrats Murph!

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Season Ticket Member of the Month – March

Posted by Kelly Baker on March 20, 2017 – 3:59 pm

Don Smith has been a passionate Bills fan and valued Season Ticket Member for over four decades. A Buffalo native, Smith has come to cherish the time he’s spent cheering on his team and the unforgettable memories he’s made along the way. Reflecting on some of his most prized moments, Smith fondly explained that witnessing the Bills pull off one of the greatest comeback wins in sports history tops his list.

“Probably the favorite memory [I have] is ‘The Greatest Comeback,’ that is always right up there,” said Smith. “[But] if I put it in order, it would be going to the first Super Bowl.”

Over the years, Smith has enjoyed watching a variety of Bills players take the field. From his all-time favorite player quarterback Jim Kelly to his current favorite player QB Tyrod Taylor, Smith has proven himself a die-hard fan. For Smith, game days at New Era Field represent the perfect opportunity to spend quality time with his son and wife.

“There’s nothing like being out there [for] a big game,” said Smith. “Each Sunday it’s always special when the Bills are at home…it’s the whole thing.”

Like many other Bills Season Ticket Members, Smith appreciates the perks associated with his membership – especially the relationship he’s developed with his dedicated Account Service Representative, Ricky Ferrell.

Congratulations, Don!

The Buffalo Bills would like to thank Don for his many years of being a loyal Bills Season Ticket Member and our Season Ticket Member of the Month for the month of March. In addition to Don being selected as a Season Ticket Member of the Month, he will receive two pregame on-field passes to a game during the 2017 season, a club seat upgrade, an autographed football, and select 2017 Bills merchandise.

If you would like to nominate a Season Ticket Member of the Month, email us the account number, name and the reason for your nomination to Tickets@bills.nfl.net. Please use the subject line, “STM of the Month Nomination.”


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New Bills assigned numbers

Posted by Kelly Baker on March 20, 2017 – 12:39 pm

The Bills have made quite a few roster moves since the free agent market opened on March 9. Check out the jersey numbers each Bills newcomer has been assigned to below. 


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Hauschka has worked with Crossman before

Posted by Chris Brown on March 16, 2017 – 9:11 am

Bills new kicker Stephen Hauschka might have some work to do to get to know Buffalo a bit better, but he’s already familiar with his special teams coordinator. That’s because he and Danny Crossman have worked together before.

“I have some familiarity with some of the coaches. Leslie Frazier was in Minnesota when I first got to the Vikings in 2008. I spent the summer there as a rookie undrafted guy. I was with Danny Crossman in Detroit back in 2010. So it is good to catch up with them. Looking forward to working with Coach Crossman especially.”

In the 2010 preseason, veteran Detroit kicker Jason Hanson suffered a leg injury that required surgery. So Hauschka was claimed off waivers by the Lions after he had just been released by Atlanta where he was filling in for an injured Matt Bryant.

Hauschka lasted only two and a half weeks with Detroit, kicking in a pair of preseason games that summer. He wouldn’t land the full-time kicking job with the Seahawks until the following season.

“At the beginning of my career (I was) just filling opportunities for a guy that was injured or maybe a guy that was at the end of his career,” he said. “I definitely bounced around. I learned a lot being around some long time veterans. I got to spend a month under, with Jason Hanson, I got to spend some time with Ryan Longwell, and Matt Stover. So those were three experienced kickers and I got to learn something from each one of them. I think it was just a matter of time for me to really get on a roster and get comfortable and just go kick and enjoy it. Once I got that opportunity and got comfortable then it became a lot easier.”


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Factors in decision on Groy

Posted by Chris Brown on March 15, 2017 – 8:01 am

The L.A. Rams offer sheet to Ryan Groy was signed by the restricted free agent Tuesday. The reported terms are two years, $5M with a reported $3.5M guaranteed. It will be interesting to see the Bills course of action. Here are some factors that could impact the decision to match or not to match.

Buffalo recently tried to lure free agent OT Andre Smith to sign with them, but he has chosen to re-sign with the club that drafted him, Cincinnati. Do the anticipated dollars devoted to a hopeful Smith signing now get partially allocated to match the offer sheet signed by Groy?

Groy is a versatile asset for an offensive line. He can play center, guard or even tackle in a pinch. He proved himself more than capable in the final seven starts at center last season.

Perhaps even more important, Eric Wood is entering the final year of his contract and will be a free agent following the 2017 season. Wood is only 30-years old and can certainly play a few more years, but Groy is a fairly sizable investment decision that must be made by the club.

Buffalo does have a backup center in Patrick Lewis, but he’s strictly a center as most with a trained eye see him. 

We’ll know in a few days.


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Report: Rams to sign Groy to offer sheet

Posted by Chris Brown on March 14, 2017 – 6:38 am

Bills restricted free agent Ryan Groy will reportedly sign an offer sheet with the L.A. Rams today. 

That according to ESPN’s Adam Caplan and Mike Rodak. 

Groy was tendered a qualifying offer by the Bills, but it was the low tender which in Groy’s case carries no compensation. It’s reportedly a two-year offer sheet. 

The Bills will have five days to match the offer or lose the lineman. 

Former Bills O-line coach Aaron Kramer is now with the Rams staff. 


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For Ducasse Bills top run game was attractive

Posted by Chris Brown on March 13, 2017 – 3:04 pm

There were some clear factors that convinced Bills new guard Vladimir Ducasse that Buffalo was the place to sign in free agency. One that had him most enthused was the Bills top ranked rushing attack.

“That got me excited,” Ducasse said. “A guy like me, my strength is the running game. On the offensive line in the NFL you have to pass block too, but my strength is the run game. So seeing this and the great running backs they have and a good quarterback it got me excited to come here. Those guys mean business they’re running the ball and when you can run the ball a lot of good things can happen.”

Ducasse admitted that he and his Baltimore teammates last season watched a lot of Buffalo game tape because they ran the ball so well.


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Bills host free agents, Butler, Elliott & Smith

Posted by Chris Brown on March 13, 2017 – 10:15 am

The Bills have hosted three free agents on visits at One Bills Drive.

Buffalo had WR Jeremy Butler, LB Jayrone Elliott and OT Andre Smith all pay visits.

Butler (6-2, 225) was an untendered restricted free agent of the Los Angeles Chargers so he became an unrestricted free agent last week. He’s appeared in 12 NFL games in his career, including four with the Chargers last season. He spent some time with the Jets last season and played in eight games for the Ravens in 2015. Butler played his college ball at the University of Tennessee-Martin.

Elliott (6-3, 255) is another player who went untendered as a restricted free agent by Green Bay and is now unrestricted. A reserve strong side linebacker for the Packers, Elliott has appeared in 38 career games for Green Bay over the past three seasons.

Smith (6-5, 325) is a former first-round pick of the Bengals (2009). He played his first seven NFL seasons in Cinncinnati and was a starter at right tackle for six consecutive years, helping the Bengals win three AFC North titles over that span and six postseason berths. Smith (6-4, 325) started the first four games of the 2016 season for the Minnesota Vikings before a torn triceps landed him on injured reserve for the rest of the year.

 


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Lorenzo on why Buffalo

Posted by Chris Brown on March 11, 2017 – 4:17 pm

Bills free agent LB Lorenzo Alexander made a point of sharing his desire to be back in Buffalo. On Saturday he agreed to terms with the Bills and explained why he wanted to return to Buffalo. 

“At this point in my career I definitely want to be settled in one spot and Buffalo being the great football city that it is, obviously the fan base and the whole community embraced me last year, I definitely wanted to come back here, said Alexander. “I really appreciated the Pegulas, Doug Whaley and Sean McDermott expressing their feelings about me as a player on and off the field. Anytime you have a relationship that you do like that, you definitely want to come back and finish it off. 

“From my understanding, I’m 34 and it’s definitely a blessing to be able to continue to play at this age, still be in the NFL, and I’m just excited to get back with my teammates. I was actually joking with Kyle Williams that, technically, he’s still the oldest player until I sign the deal. But just being around guys like that and having a good time as I finish out, I’m looking forward to it and hopefully we can bring the city a playoff team and hopefully be able to play for a championship.”

Alexander was a valuable part of the leadership contingent in Buffalo’s locker room last year. Head coach Sean McDermott has made a point of retaining or bringing in leaders in his first year with the Bills. 


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Bills annual Schedule Challenge now open

Posted by Kelly Baker on March 11, 2017 – 12:42 pm

Bills fans, it’s that time of year again! The Buffalo Bills Schedule Challenge, presented by Ellicott Hotels, has officially launched.

Fans who take a short quiz about Buffalo’s upcoming schedule will be entered for a chance to win a fun prize pack which includes, a pair of 2017 Club Season Tickets, on-field passes to the home opener and an autographed helmet!

Here’s how it works:

-Click here to begin the quiz

-Each question that you answer correctly counts as one entry

The Schedule Challenge will remain open until Friday, March 31 at 11:59 p.m.

Good luck, Bills fans!


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Fan Friday 3-10

Posted by Chris Brown on March 10, 2017 – 11:06 am

Free agency is up and running! Let’s get to your questions from email at AskChris@bills.nfl.net and on Twitter at @ChrisBrownBills.

1 – @ChrisBrownBills

Do you think that the signing of Micah Hyde rules out a Safety in the first round of this year’s draft?

Chris Devaney
@cdevaney

CB: While that would seem logical I don’t know that you can make that conclusion knowing the draft approach of the Bills under GM Doug Whaley. They typically go with the best player on the board having seen them operate the last few years in the draft room. So I don’t think it precludes them from taking a safety in round one if the value is right.

That being said, if they have grades on two players who are really close and one is a safety and the other is a corner or receiver then they’d likely go with the greater positional need.
2 – @ChrisBrownBills with the departure of Lynn and Roman why do the #Bills still continue to throw free agent $$ at the FB position?

Ryan Coyle
@rcoyle76

CB: I’m going to let coach McDermott handle this one since he answered it directly at his press conference Thursday evening.

“Fullback is a big part of this offense, and let’s say this: it’s not limited to playing the fullback position,” said McDermott. “There’s versatility within that position, and what Mike brings to the table – as you mentioned, Mike Tolbert. I had the chance to be around Mike for a number of years in Carolina and I know what he brings to the table in terms of leadership, intangibles again, and what happens in that locker room on Monday through Saturday.

“So that’s a big part of it, and then Mike’s versatility on the field with the ability to play fullback, line up at fullback and then also transition to the halfback position and carry the football, and he’s done that extremely well. I had a front-row seat to observe what Mike’s skill set is, both on and off the field, and that was key for us. You’re talking about a guy that’s been to a Pro Bowl, and that’s really no different to [Patrick] DiMarco, in this case.”

 

3 – @ChrisBrownBills do you see the #bills signing more big name free agents? If so, at what position?

Dale Griswold
@dale_griswold

CB: I don’t necessarily expect big household type names. Their cap situation is getting a bit tight. But I do see them trying to fill a few more positional holes on the roster. It wouldn’t surprise me if receiver or offensive tackle were on the list after incurring some losses at receiver and some uncertainty at tackle (Mills a free agent, Henderson-health).

 

4 – @ChrisBrownBills How do you think the Bills are going to adress the WR position? They lost talent there the past two offseasons and it hasn’t been replaced.

Ben
@bufbillsthought

CB: As briefly mentioned above I expect the Bills to address the receiver position in some form in free agency, likely with a player they can sign to a fiscally responsible contract (one that doesn’t cripple their cap situation). And I would anticipate them trying to grab another in the draft.

The numbers situation there demands some attention with two free agent losses already (Woods, Goodwin).

 

5 – @ChrisBrownBills Is Groy a realistic option for Right Tackle? #bills

Bill Carr
@billcarr_10

CB: Donald Jones and I discussed this very topic when I was on the John Murphy Show Thursday. I think we first need to see what additions are made if any at the offensive tackle position in free agency or the draft before we can gauge just what kind of option he would be on the edge.

From a skill standpoint I think he certainly has the size (6-5, 320) and ability to play on the edge. He’s lined up there at times in a pinch. Sometimes it was as an overload tackle in run formations. We all know he can play guard or center. Whether Groy can play right tackle full time for 16 games is a question really only OL coach Juan Castillo and the offensive staff can answer knowing this offense is going to change.

I think Groy really came a long way as a player last season and he impressed me in his last seven games at center. But I think we need to let the dust settle in free agency and see what the Bills acquire before we pencil him in for edge duty.

 

 

 


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McDermott: Decision on Aaron strictly football

Posted by Chris Brown on March 9, 2017 – 9:33 pm

The release of popular safety Aaron Williams wasn’t an easy decision for the organization, but head coach Sean McDermott said it was a football decision, not one based on his health coming off a pair of neck injuries. 

“It’s a football decision, he said. “Strictly a football decision, and that’s what I talk about [when I say] the tough part of the business. That’s the toughest part of my job, is when guys leave this building. I said last week, when you look at Aaron’s career when he left Texas – it’s a great career and he’s done a lot for this organization so we wish Aaron well and we’re moving forward as an organization and as a football team.”


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Restricted free agent tender amounts

Posted by Chris Brown on March 7, 2017 – 12:05 pm

For those that did not see the figures released by the NFL this week, here are the three different levels at which restricted free agents can be tendered.

Low level – $1.797M (grants compensation based on player’s draft round as a rookie – if undrafted, no compensation)

Second round level – $2.746M (provides 2nd round pick compensation from club that successfully signs player away)

First round level – $3.91M (provides 1st round pick compensation from club that successfully signs player away)

Both of Buffalo’s restricted free agents who were tendered were done at the low level.


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Bills items now available on NFL Auction

Posted by Kelly Baker on March 6, 2017 – 5:14 pm

Bills fans, starting Monday, March 6, and continuing throughout the month, several unique pieces of Bills memorabilia will be up for bid on NFL Auction.

Items currently available include the following:

-A football-themed standing Buffalo

-Alumni autographed Buffalo Bills helmet

-Gold NFL shield turf (in celebration of Super Bowl 50)

Don’t miss out on your chance to take home a part of Bills history! To bid now, click here.

The proceeds generated from the auction will benefit the Buffalo Bills Foundation.

ABOUT THE BUFFALO BILLS FOUNDATION

The Buffalo Bills Foundation supports organizations that are committed to improving the quality of life in our region. This will be achieved through philanthropic investment in our community along with supporting NFL and team charitable initiatives.


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Top CB times

Posted by Chris Brown on March 6, 2017 – 12:49 pm

With corner talent that claims to have starters as deep as round four, here are the top 40 times at the NFL Combine at cornerback.

1 – Jalen Myrick – Minnesota – 4.29
2 – Fabian Moreau – UCLA – 4.35
3 – Marshon Lattimore – Ohio St. – 4.36
4 – Shaquill Griffin – Central Florida – 4.38
5 – Cordrea Tankersley – Clemson – 4.4
6 – Marlon Humphrey – Alabama – 4.41
7 – Adoree’ Jackson – USC – 4.42
8 – Chidobe Awuzie – Colorado – 4.43
T9 – Brendan Langley – Lamar – 4.44
T9 – Kevin King – Washington – 4.44


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Top S 40 times

Posted by Chris Brown on March 6, 2017 – 12:43 pm

In a year where there’s a bumper crop of safeties, here’s a look at the top 10 40 times at the safety position at the NFL Combine Monday.

1 – Obi Melifonwu – UCONN – 4.4
2 – Josh Jones – N.C. State – 4.41
3 – Montae Nicholson – Michigan St. – 4.43
4 – Buddha Baker – Washington – 4.45
5 – Delano Hill – Michigan – 4.47
6 – Rayshawn Jenkins – Miami – 4.51
7 – Michael Tyson – Cincinnati – 4.53
8 – Xavier Woods – Louisiana Tech – 4.54
T9 – Jamal Adams – LSU – 4.56
T9 – Shalom Luani – Washington St. – 4.56


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