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The Hunger Inside Corbin Bryant – JMS 8/26

Posted by johnmurphyshow on August 26, 2014 – 9:31 pm

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The Bills wrapped up another practice in preps for their final preseason game. Joining the team was Jordan Palmer, recently signed quarterback who was released by the Chicago Bears on Sunday. He spoke to the media following today’s session. We heard from Palmer and head coach Doug Marrone to begin tonight’s show. We also asked the listeners what they want out of a backup QB and if that guy is currently on the Bills roster.

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At the bottom of the first hour, we were joined by defensive lineman Corbin Bryant. Bryant is entering his second year with the Bills. He discussed the success of the Bills defensive line and why the players that surround him have been so influential to him. He also talked about the approaching roster cuts. He reflected on his career path and the persistence he has to stick it out on an NFL roster.

 

“I’m always going to have the hunger, even when I was a rookie trying to make it when I was in Pittsburgh. You never want to be satisfied in this league because there are always guys coming in trying to take your place, so if you’re always hungry like you’re an undrafted free agent at the bottom of the totem pole, I think you’ll always have success.”

 

Bryant also discussed what he likes to do off the field, which includes reading and working out.

 

At the top of the hour, we were joined by Murph’s partner on the radio broadcast, color analyst Mark Kelso. Kelso has done his fair of studying this year’s Bills team and weighed in on plenty of topics and issues, including quarterback EJ Manuel.

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“I don’t think he’s just letting it go and playing with just the freedom that he would if he wasn’t concentrating on all those things. I think when the regular season begins, he forgets about those things when game time shows up. When game time shows up you can’t think about your foot work. You can’t think about stepping in to every throw. You have to let it go. You have to believe what you see and I think that’s exactly what will happen. I think he’s made progress this offseason and certainly all the situations that occurred from an offensive perspective in the first half the other night (vs. Bucs) were just partly his fault.”

 

 

Kelso talked about the defensive side of the ball as well. He mentioned specifically Corbin Bryant who mentioned has “had a very fine preseason” and how the team has improved when it comes to defending the run. He also discussed how fans should watch the final preseason game and what to look for.

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Finally, with many fantasy football enthusiasts gearing up to draft their team, we brought in CBS Sports Senior Fantasy Football Writer Jamey Eisenberg. Eisenberg talked about his breakout players to look for along with some possible busts. He took listener calls regarding the value for certain picks and who and when you should pick a player. When it came to the Bills, Eisenberg mentioned Fred Jackson as a value pick.

 

 

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Palmer confident EJ will succeed

Posted by Chris Brown on August 26, 2014 – 5:50 pm

Bills newest QB Jordan Palmer is very familiar with EJ Manuel having traveled in some of the same quarterback circles over the last three years. They were even counselors together at former NFL QB Trent Dilfer’s ‘Elite 11′ camp. Palmer has seen enough of Manuel and his game that he’s confident he’ll be a successful NFL starting quarterback.

“I’m very confident,” said Palmer of Manuel being a success. “The first thing you have to be, if you’re going to be young, talented and given the reins of an organization, is you have to be all-in. This has to be your life, this has to be your job,  this has to be everything to you. I know EJ well enough to know that this is. So right there, you’re ahead of a good number of guys.

“Talent wise—the guy can make every throw, he’s a great athlete. He’s a smart, really conscientious quarterback.  Really thinking through things, and then the talent around him. I can go on and on why I’m confident in EJ.  I’m excited to come here and build on that confidence and get to see it in person now.”


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Richardson benefiting from Williams’ injury

Posted by Chris Brown on August 26, 2014 – 5:46 pm

Head coach Doug Marrone still sees free agent signee Chris Williams as his starter at left guard, but what rookie fifth-round pick Cyril Richardson has been able to do while Williams has been out with a back injury is convince his head coach that he’s going to be a solid player in the NFL.

“Am I concerned (about Williams absence)? Yes,” said Marrone. “I’m not going to say I’m not concerned. At the same point I get a little excited too. Here we are and Cyril Richardson… did he make some mistakes in the last game? He did, but there were some things that he showed (in Saturday’s game).

“I have no doubt having coached that position before that he’s a future starter. So I’m happy about that, but I’m not happy about the way I feel with Chris and the availability, but when you get injured you can’t help that. If we didn’t have somebody behind him I’d be a little more nervous about that situation.”

Essentially Marrone has seen enough of Richardson to believe he can be a starting caliber guard in this league in time. Marrone did confirm that when Williams is healthy he will be plugged back in as the starting guard so it’s not a job he’ll lose due to injury, but the time that Richardson has had on the field in Williams’ absence has cemented him as the team’s swing guard.


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Palmer someone EJ has worked with before

Posted by Chris Brown on August 26, 2014 – 5:38 pm

Bills newest QB Jordan Palmer is someone that EJ Manuel not only knows, but has worked with before in the past. It has Manuel looking forward to spending more time with him as a teammate.

“Yes, I worked with JP,” said Manuel after Tuesday’s practice. “One year I was a counselor and he was, obviously, a counselor training some of the younger quarterbacks. That was probably the main time I’ve had an extensive period of time to workout with him and talk with him. I saw him in the offseason during the Super Bowl time up in New York and just catching up with him and seeing how things are going.”

Manuel is referring to former NFL QB Trent Dilfer’s ‘Elite 11′ camp where some of the top high school quarterback prospects perform. Palmer, who has been referred to as a coach on the field, is someone Manuel feels can only help him knowing this is going to be Palmer’s seventh NFL season.

“It’s going to be great,” Manuel said. “Even today after practice he brought up a couple drills that we could do. Some stuff that I’ve never done, some stuff that I’ve never seen before, but I thought it was pretty cool ways to throw the ball, while you’re still conditioning at the same time. I think the more experience he can bring to our room the better.”


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Lions gameday activities

Posted by buffalobills.com on August 26, 2014 – 3:04 pm

Here’s a rundown of gameday activities for Thursday’s game against the Detroit Lions.

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Thursday, August 28, 2014
Kickoff: 7:00 p.m.
Gates open: 5:30 p.m.

Pregame
Player warm-ups: 5:45 p.m.
Stampede performance
Leader of the Charge: Billy Buffalo
Color guard: Boy Scout Troop 129
National anthem: Chayenne Bruyere

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USA Football / Heads Up Football scrimmage
August represents USA Football Month for the NFL and USA Football, with a special emphasis on the Heads Up Football initiative. Heads Up Football (HUF) is a comprehensive youth football membership program developed by USA Football and supported by the NFL to further strengthen youth player safety.

Tailgating Reminder: No open fires are permitted in the Bills parking lots or on stadium grounds. Fires in contained grills are permitted.  Please do not empty hot coals on the parking lot pavement. Thank you!

Security Process: Remember to arrive at the gates early to avoid missing any of the pregame activities.  Be sure to empty pockets in preparation for the metal detection screening process at gate entry.

Make Mom Proud: Follow the Bills fan code of conduct available here.

Designated Driver:  If you’re over 21, stop by any Guest Service Booth and pledge not to drink and make sure everyone in your group gets home safely.  Designated drives will receive a coupon good for one non-alcoholic beverage and will be entered into a raffle to win the Designated Driver of the Game prize and sweepstakes with a chance to win Pro Bowl or Super Bowl tickets. Sign up here.

50/50 Raffle: The Buffalo Bills are teaming up with Pointstreak 5050 on an innovative platform to raise charitable funds for the Buffalo community and Western New York region through an electronic 50/50 raffle on gamedays at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Pointstreak 5050 system enables raffle tickets to be sold to fans through mobile sellers utilizing electronic handheld devices, portable printers, and a number of stationary selling terminals around Ralph Wilson Stadium with half the proceeds going to one lucky fan and the other half going to the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County.

Visa Deal of the Game: Buy one get one 50% off on select Bills headwear.

BAG POLICY REMINDER:

  1. Clear Bags smaller than 12” x 6” x 12” are permitted.
  2. One gallon clear plastic freezer bags are permitted.
  3. Small clutch bag approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap is permitted.

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JMS 8/25-Keith Rivers and the Run Defense

Posted by johnmurphyshow on August 25, 2014 – 9:30 pm

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We start another week as we countdown to the end of the preseason and the beginning of the regular season, now just under 2-weeks away. We got plenty of sound after today’s afternoon practice. We heard from head coach Doug Marrone, Eric Wood, and receiver Sammy Watkins. We also began the show asking the listeners about what they saw from Saturday night’s preseason game against the Buccaneers and what they need to do before the regular season begins. We asked about the improvement of the run defense and if they’ve shown enough to make you think they’ve improved in that area.

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Our first guest was linebacker Keith Rivers. Rivers talked about this past game against Tampa Bay, which was his first in front of Bills fans in Ralph Wilson Stadium. In that game, he was a big part of the run defense success, which is all part of the new scheme brought on by Bills defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz. Rivers weighed in on that.

 

“Schwartz is interactive with us and he’s a great coach as well. He does a great job explain to us exactly how he wants us to get it done and it’s been exciting thus far playing under him.”

 

Rivers talked about the final preseason game upcoming on Thursday and what the team needs to work on with before their first regular season game at Chicago.

 

Our second guest was former Bills offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride. He spent 27-years in the NFL, most recently as the offensive coordinator for the New York Giants where he won two Super Bowls. Now retired from the NFL, he has been added to the staff at NBC Sports Network on their new show, Pro Football Talk. He’s looking forward to joining a team on NBC that includes three former pro bowl players and even a former NFL trainer. He also discussed his time in Buffalo and working with quarterback Drew Bledsoe in 2002.

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“I think we owned 13 offensive records at the end of that year. Drew had 8 individual records and the other 5 were team, offensive records. We had Eric Moulds. We had Peerless Price. Travis Henry had a great year. We had Sammy Morris as a backup and I thought our line was young but was pretty darn good…Drew Bledsoe was dying to prove that he was still a very good quarterback. He had been unseeded by Tom Brady after the injury, so he can in highly motivated and really, really played well for us that first year.”

 

Gilbride also talked about coaching Eli Manning who said has “tremendous self-control and a burning desire to excel.”

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Finally, Ray Bentley who played linebacker for the Bills for 6 seasons joined the show. He is currently the play-by-play man during the Bills preseason games on the Bills Television Network. He weighed in on EJ Manuel and the rest of the quarterback group, adding “I’ve seen signs he (Manuel) can get this done.” In front of Manuel, Bentley talked about the transition on the offensive line and the rest of the skill position players on the roster.

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On defense, Bentley has been impressed with the team’s play, especially on the front line and the secondary. He discussed the playing time when it comes to playing the starters in the team’s final preseason game. Bentley said he would like to see the first string offense play the entire first half.

 

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Marrone still open to kickoff specialist

Posted by Chris Brown on August 25, 2014 – 5:04 pm

Even though Bills K Dustin Hopkins was one of the 11 cuts made by the team on Monday, head coach Doug Marrone said they’d still consider adding a kickoff specialist.

Citing performance as the main reason for Hopkins’ departure, Marrone was asked if he’d still explore the idea of having a kickoff specialist on his team.

“We’re trying to make sure we have a guy who’s a kickoff guy,” said Marrone. “That hasn’t changed.”


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Backup QBs need to step forward

Posted by Chris Brown on August 25, 2014 – 5:02 pm

Bills head coach Doug Marrone has made no secret that the quarterbacks behind EJ Manuel on the depth chart need to perform better and time is running out with one preseason game remaining. Buffalo released Dennis Dixon on Monday leaving Jeff Tuel and Thad Lewis on the roster. Both will need to put up solid performances to convince their head coach that he doesn’t need to look outside the organization for better options.

“I think it’s what you see,” Marrone said. “Either they have to play better or we have to look to see if there’s someone who can better that position, like we would any other position.  If we feel at the end of the day that it’s not good enough to win with, which we haven’t seen yet, there’s only two ways to go.  Either you put a lot of work into those guys in getting them better,  until you get to where you feel comfortable with it. Or you have to upgrade that position some other way.”

Tuel has completed 64 percent of his passes with a pair of touchdowns and two interceptions. He has a passer rating of 73.9.

Lewis has completed just over 51 percent of his passes with no touchdowns and two interceptions. He has a passer rating of 41.


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McKelvin comes thru Tampa game well

Posted by Chris Brown on August 25, 2014 – 4:58 pm

Leodis McKelvin say his first game action in the preseason last Saturday coming off of offseason hip surgery and a groin injury earlier in the week. All indications are he came through the game alright as he was practicing with his teammates on Monday.

“I think when a player is out for a while and you come back, we saw that with Stephon earlier in the preseason, we see that now with Leodis,” said head coach Doug Marrone. “We expect him to get better and better and progress from there. I think it’s a progression. I don’t think you can put him right back out on the field and expect him to be at the same level when they were playing at their best.”

Marrone didn’t rule out the possibility of McKelvin playing a bit in the preseason finale, knowing his reps have been limited thus far in the preseason. McKelvin had four tackles in last Saturday’s game.


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Watkins a full participant at practice

Posted by Chris Brown on August 25, 2014 – 4:54 pm

It took just over a week, but Sammy Watkins is back as a full participant in practice.

Monday was his first full session since sustaining bruised ribs in the Pittsburgh preseason game back on Aug. 16th. Watkins missed last Saturday’s preseason contest and feels it hurt his progress within the offense.

“I think it hurt us a lot,” said Watkins. “Me and EJ and the rest of the guys couldn’t go out there together. That’s why it’s important that I come out this week and practice and try to get back on the same page and work my way back in the offense. I feel if I keep working and doing the things I’ve been doing in camp I can succeed.”

Watkins who said he feels ‘alright,’ said if he gets the call to play on Thursday against the Lions he’ll be ready.

“If I play I’m going to be out there with the guys and giving 100 percent effort and making as many plays that are presented to me,” said Watkins. “Blocking, doing the things I need to do.”


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Starters likely to see action vs. Detroit

Posted by Chris Brown on August 25, 2014 – 4:52 pm

Bills head coach Doug Marrone and his offensive staff were obviously less than pleased with the performance of the offense on Saturday against Tampa Bay. That’s why there are plans to have a good number of offensive starters play against the Lions in the preseason finale on Thursday.

“I’m looking for them to play some,” said Marrone. “I’m looking to play those guys. How much will depend upon as the week goes and what I want to see and what I want to accomplish, but I do plan on playing them.

“It’s probably more on the offensive side with our thought process than the defensive side. When I say that I may not play every single starter, but on offense I want to play guys who haven’t played together for a while.”

That could include Sammy Watkins, who left the Pittsburgh preseason game on the first drive with bruised ribs and missed the Tampa preseason game last Saturday.

 


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Bills current roster count by position

Posted by Chris Brown on August 25, 2014 – 11:50 am

In the wake of Monday’s 11 player cuts here’s where the Bills roster stands in terms of numbers by position.

QB – 3 – EJ Manuel, Jeff Tuel, Thad Lewis
RB – 4 – Bryce Brown, Boobie Dixon, Fred Jackson, C.J. Spiller
FB – 2 – Frank Summers, Evan Rodriguez
WR – 9 – Mike Williams, Sammy Watkins, Robert Woods, T.J. Graham, Marquise Goodwin, Chris Hogan, Marcus Easley, Naaman Roosevelt, Caleb Holley
TE – 5 – Scott Chandler, Tony Moeaki, Chris Gragg, Lee Smith, Dominique Jones
OT – 12 – Cordy Glenn, Seantrel Henderson, Chris Hairston, Cyrus Kouandjio, Erik Pears, Kraig Urbik, Eric Wood, Doug Legursky, Cyril Richardson, Antoine McClain, Jared Wheeler, Chris Williams
DL – 12 – Jerry Hughes, Marcell Dareus, Kyle Williams, Mario Williams, Jacquies Smith, Stefan Charles, Corbin Bryant, Manny Lawson, Landon Cohen, Jairus Wynn, Bryan Johnson, Ike Igbinosun
LB – 9 – Brandon Spikes, Nigel Bradham, Keith Rivers, Preston Brown, Ty Powell, Jimmy Gaines, Randell Johnson, Xavius Boyd, Kiko Alonso (Active/NFI)
CB – 10 – Leodis McKelvin, Corey Graham, Stephon Gilmore, Ron Brooks, Ross Cockrell, Sam Miller, Nickell Robey, Mario Butler, Bobby Felder, Kamaal McIlwain
S – 6 – Aaron Williams, Duke Williams, Da’Norris Searcy, Jonathan Meeks, Deon Broomfield, Kenny Ladler
K/P/LS – 3 - Dan Carpenter, Brian Moorman, Garrison Sanborn 


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Fred’s message to team

Posted by Chris Brown on August 23, 2014 – 10:49 pm

With a first half not going particularly well for the offense, Fred Jackson felt it was necessary to huddle up the offensive unit. Here was the gist of his message to the team.

“I was just telling everybody to calm down,” said Jackson. “We’ve got a lot of people that just weren’t on the same page. We’ve got turnovers, we’ve got penalties, things like that, it’s not going to allow you to win a lot of football games. Everybody just has to calm down, go out there and work and let things take care of themselves.  Don’t do everybody else’s job, just do your job and we’ll get back in this thing.”

His teammates echoed the message.

“Basically to stay together,” said Mike Williams. “This is a lesson for us and somebody is testing us. To show that we’re a better team we can go out there and adjust. The second half is about adjustments no matter if you’re up or you’re down. You’ve got to go and make the adjustments and that’s basically what his message was to us and that’s kind of what we did.”


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Offense holding stuff until regular season

Posted by Chris Brown on August 23, 2014 – 10:30 pm

Facing a Tampa defense Saturday night that is a lot like the one they’ll face in Week 1 at Chicago in terms of scheme there was a good chance that offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett and head coach Doug Marrone were going to play things close to the vest and not make use of plays they feel might work best against that system. EJ Manuel and Mike Williams essentially confirmed that they are holding onto some key parts of their playbook for the regular season.

“There are a few things that I asked him for and of course he said, ‘Hey we’re saving this and that for the regular season,’” said Manuel. “Which I understand, but at the same time we still want to go out there and win and move the ball and score touchdowns. But there are some things that we’re going to continue to save for Chicago.”

“I don’t want to give away a secret, but I think we’ve been doing what we can,” said Mike Williams. “I’ll just say it like that. I think we’ve been doing what he’s been giving us and we’re trying to get better at that. Our play calling has been simple really. We’ve been trying to get better at the simple things and take away the penalties.”


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Bills ‘O’ not happy, but ready to move on

Posted by Chris Brown on August 23, 2014 – 10:22 pm

Buffalo’s players on offense were obviously disappointed with their first half showing on Saturday, but they’re also not going to let the shortcomings of their performance negatively impact them moving forward.

“I wouldn’t say discouraged, but disappointment,” said C.J. Spiller. “Everybody saw what we did, with me having that fumble and turnovers and penalties that killed us. If you want to be considered one of the best you can’t have those type of things and Saturday that took place.”

“This is a preseason game that we can’t allow to linger,” said Fred Jackson. “What we’ve got to do is go in, look at film, make corrections and move on. That’s what we’ll do. We’ve got a team full of a lot of resilient guys. We can’t let this define us as a team. We have to continue to go in and focus, don’t pay attention to the outside noise and do our job.”

“The  biggest thing is we cant let this game define our season. If we let this linger on into the season we’re in trouble. Obviously, it’s disappointing and it wasn’t our best effort.  But at the end of the day, we’ve got to watch the tape and we got to be able to move on. That’s what great teams do.  They’re able to put good games and bad games behind them and move forward.  If we want to get to that level we have to do that.”


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Brown, Powell vying to be Wk 1 starter at LB

Posted by Chris Brown on August 23, 2014 – 10:10 pm

The Bills know they will be without Nigel Bradham in Week 1 of the regular season at Chicago as he serves a one game league-imposed suspension. Over the past week or so they’ve begun to narrow down who their best option might be to replace him in the lineup. Right now it’s down to two candidates according to head coach Doug Marrone.

“For the first game? Yes. Both [Preston Brown] and Ty [Powell] will play in there,” said Marrone.

Brown got first crack at playing in Bradham’s weak side linebacker position and did it alongside the other starters on defense Saturday night. Powell came in with the reserves and saw reps there as well. The defensive staff is expected to make a final decision in the next week.

“The more things I can do to help the team I’m just trying to do that,” Brown told Buffalobills.com. “Going out as SAM, WILL, mike, whatever it is I’m willing to do it.”


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Watkins update

Posted by Chris Brown on August 23, 2014 – 10:05 pm

Bills WR Sammy Watkins was unable to play on Saturday due to his bruised ribs suffered the week before at Pittsburgh. Head coach Doug Marrone provided an update on his status and why he was made inactive for the Bucs game.

“At the end of the day they told me he couldn’t play,” said Marrone of Watkins. “I know there were mixed reports out there. I think Sammy spokes to someone and said, ‘If coach wants me to play then I can play.’ And then the doctors said he couldn’t play. I told Sammy that you can’t talk about injuries. That’s what gets you in a bind and it doesn’t make us look good when you start saying those things. The doctor, at the end of the day, said he couldn’t play.”

No word on whether or not Watkins will be able to practice fully when the team resumes work on Monday.


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Marrone on Dixon and backup QBs

Posted by Chris Brown on August 23, 2014 – 10:00 pm

Bills head coach Doug Marrone made Dennis Dixon the second quarterback in the game on Saturday night after EJ Manuel’s time on the field was over. The move came as a surprise, but Dixon’s two snaps in the preseason prior to the Bucs game and his lack of satisfaction with the backup quarterback play to this point led to the move.

“I wanted to bring Dennis in because I haven’t seen him in a game. I wanted to actually play him longer than that, but then I got a little concerned about the ball security,” said Marrone after Dixon fumbled twice.  “Then we went in with the players who have been playing the best in practice and the games. Jeff [Tuel] had been playing well on that and we put him in. I’m not going to say I’m satisfied because I’m not.”

When asked if Dixon is still in the mix for a backup spot, Marrone confirmed that every quarterback on the roster is in the mix.

With Marrone saying more than once that he needs to see more from the backup QBs, he was asked if he would look outside the organization for another backup QB option. This was his response.

“I’ll be very honest. I think in talking with Doug [Whaley] and not talking for Doug, our conversations are always, ‘Hey, if we can better our football team, whatever we have to do we will do,’” said Marrone. “We wouldn’t be doing right to ourselves, the team or the fans if we felt we could upgrade ourselves by going outside and not do that because, maybe, we were too comfortable.”

 


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Marrone: Starters may need to play Thursday

Posted by Chris Brown on August 23, 2014 – 9:39 pm

Bills head coach Doug Marrone had no intention of playing his starters in the preseason finale on Thursday against the Lions, but in the wake of Saturday’s performance against Tampa Bay he’s giving strong consideration to putting them on the field against Detroit.

“We’ll be looking at what we’re going to do on Thursday,” said Marrone. “Last year we didn’t play our starters at all. This I think we’re going to have to take a good look and play.”

Buffalo’s starters have no problem with going out there and playing against Detroit if the head coach deems it necessary.

“If coach Marrone wants us to go play, we’ll go play,” said EJ Manuel. “We want to definitely come out and have a good showing before we go into the regular season so if he wants us to play we’ll be ready to go.”

“If our coach wants us out there we’ll be out there,” said Fred Jackson. “That’s just how a lot of guys are going to be. We need work just like anybody else. We can’t say we’re excused from anything, especially after the performance we had in the first half.  We came out and made some plays in the second half but it’s not enough. We have to continue to keep working, if we’re playing we have to continue to put in the work.”


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Bucs inactives

Posted by Chris Brown on August 23, 2014 – 4:01 pm

Here are the inactives for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their game against Buffalo this afternoon.

CB Mike Jenkins
RB Mike James
RB Charles Sims
CB Danny Gorner
DE Da’Quan Bowers
DE William Gholston


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