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Report: Cherilus to visit Lions

Posted by Chris Brown on July 30, 2015 – 8:00 am

After being cut by the Indianapolis Colts on Monday, free agent OT Gosder Cherilus is visiting his second NFL club this week.

After a visit Wednesday with the Bills at One Bills Drive, the veteran right tackle is scheduled to visit the Detroit Lions Thursday. That according to NFL Network and multiple reports.

The Lions were the club that made Cherilus a first-round pick in the 2008 NFL draft. The tackle spent his first five seasons in Detroit before signing with Indianapolis in free agency in 2013. Detroit just placed OT LaAdrian Waddle on Active PUP as he’s still recovering from ACL surgery this past offseason.

Buffalo has just four true offensive tackles on their roster and is on the lookout for additional depth at the position.

 


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Bills react to Rex’s sky dive

Posted by Chris Brown on July 29, 2015 – 3:53 pm

As most witnessed by watching on Buffalobills.com, head coach Rex Ryan jumped out of an airplane with the US Army’s Golden Knights a little over a week ago. It was the first time he went skydiving. With players voluntarily reporting to training camp here at St. John Fisher Wednesday there were some interesting reactions to Ryan’s decision to willingly jump out of a plane.

“From personal experience, I’ve done it,” said Chris Hogan. “It’s pretty crazy. It’s cool that he’s got the …he’s pretty nuts. I did it a while back ago. I probably wouldn’t do it again. My fiancé made me do it. It was an awful birthday present. It was a once in a lifetime experience. I probably wouldn’t do it again, but I did it.”

For Kyle Williams, skydiving is not an option.

“I’m glad that he did because I’m not,” said Williams. “If you’ve kind of watched or kept up with Rex over the years Rex loves to live life. I think he ran with the bulls and did a lot of things. You only get one (life) so you might as well enjoy it and use it as an adventure. Good for him. I’m glad he did. They’d have to get a whole lot bigger canopy for me or something would have to be on fire before I jumped out.”


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Kyle weighs in on Brady decision

Posted by Chris Brown on July 29, 2015 – 1:49 pm

Bills DT Kyle Williams is also the team’s Union rep so he naturally was asked for his take on the league’s decision to uphold his four game suspension.

“If you look at it from the league side it would be hard for them to turn back on a ruling that they made with a special investigative crew coming in and making that decision,” said Williams. “I think their decision to uphold it is not at all surprising based on the fact that those are people they hired. It would be hard to go back on it.

“As a PA (Players Association) we have to protect the rights of all of our players. With him he declares his innocence and I think we are going to let the process play out, but we are going to try to defend him the best way we can from our end of it which is obviously the complete opposite position that the league has.”

With respect to the possibility of not seeing Brady in Buffalo’s Week 2 matchup with New England, Williams chose to focus on what’s right in front of him which is training camp.

“We haven’t even practiced yet,” he said. “We have a long way to go for getting better ourselves before we even play a preseason game. And we’ve got a game before we even played them so so to worry about will he be there will he not be there, is a long way off. If we are concerned about that now our heads in the wrong place.”


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Report: OT Cherilus visiting Bills

Posted by Chris Brown on July 29, 2015 – 11:47 am

The Buffalo Bills appear to be kicking the tires on a potential addition at the offensive tackle position. According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport the club is hosting free agent OT Gosder Cherilus.

Cherilus was released by the Indianapolis Colts on Monday, despite finally being cleared to play again. Presumably the Bills will have him undergo a physical to see where his physical health is at for themselves. Cherilus struggled through the 2014 season with knee and groin injuries. It’s believed his high price tag was one of the main reasons for his release from Indianapolis.


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Dareus primed for 2015 season

Posted by Chris Brown on July 28, 2015 – 2:36 pm

Bills Pro Bowl DT Marcell Dareus is ready to wreak havoc this season and some video of his training out in Phoenix at the EXOS training facility provides one example.

Dareus, who has a handful of Bills teammates with him out in Phoenix, was going through some cone drills on the field competing against Giants CB Prince Amukamara. Dareus easily tips the scales at 320. Amukamara goes all of 207 pounds.

In a cone drill that is similar to a short shuttle Dareus successfully outraces Amukamara from the center cone out to his perimeter cone and back. We’ve got the video below and though it’s tough to see Amukamara racing him, he does come into the shot at the end and there are some audible ‘Ooohs and ahhs’ from the onlookers because Dareus beat him.


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Being No. 1 ‘D’ easier said than done

Posted by Chris Brown on July 28, 2015 – 10:07 am

As ambitious as head coach Rex Ryan has been when it has come to claiming his defensive unit in Buffalo will be number one even he knows how hard it is to achieve the league’s top ranking.

In our Camp Countdown we examined just how feasible it will be for Buffalo’s defense to finish first in the league this season. But even Ryan knows what a tall order that is.

“The Bills did have an outstanding defense last year,” said Ryan. “I guess my expectation is set much higher. When you talk about leading the league in defense, that’s obviously the goal that we’ll have as a goal as a team…and it’s easy to say, it’s hard to get to.

“I’ve been there a few times. It starts with just eliminating all mental mistakes. That can’t exist. If you’re going to have that kind of defense, you have to have great communication. Obviously you need to have great skill and great talent which we have but it’s that communication eliminating the mental mistakes but make that opponent play us physically. Now you take our physical talent with an outstanding group of talented players and quite honestly an outstanding scheme so I think when you combine those things, we’ll see where we end up.”


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McCoy doesn’t see QB battle clouding team prep

Posted by Chris Brown on July 27, 2015 – 8:30 am

Bills feature back LeSean McCoy is excited for his first training camp with Buffalo. There is a quarterback competition that will dominate the conversation in training camp with three signal callers in the hunt. But McCoy doesn’t see the competition impacting the offensive unit’s preparation for the regular season.

“I don’t know how it is for all the players but for myself, I’ve been in this position a couple of times so I’m used to it,” said McCoy. “You just wait it out. Let the guys compete. You encourage them, support them each play, each drive. You let them handle the offense and just support them. That’s all you can do. The coaches have the last say-so. That’s how it’s always been—so as a player you just compete with them.”

It sounds like McCoy and his teammates are more focused on executing their own assignments within the offense than they are with who is taking the snaps.

“All I know is every day I come out to compete and get better with the players that we have in the huddle,” he said. “We have to go out there and play. We let the coaches—I’m sure the coaches have been used to this, too. It’s a hard job to try to get the roster together. Some players you probably love, some players you probably like. And then two guys are battling it out and they all look good. The hard part is just picking one of them. We’ll let them have that job. I’ll just stick to running and catching and blocking.”


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716 Bills watch party Sunday

Posted by Chris Brown on July 24, 2015 – 4:11 pm

716 is having a Bills watch party Sunday night. Here are the details. 

The Buffalo Bills will be featured on NFL Network’s 2014 Team Highlights Sunday at 9 PM ET. The 30-minute, NFL Films-produced show will recap the 2014 season and look ahead to the upcoming 2015 season.

Bills fans can come down to 716 to watch the program on their giant screen and get ready for the final preparations for the 2015 season at Bills training camp next week. 


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Fan Friday 7-24

Posted by Chris Brown on July 24, 2015 – 12:17 pm

Less than a week until Bills training camp. Get ready Rochester! Here’s your latest round of questions on email at AskChris@bills.nfl.net and on Twitter at @ChrisBrownBills.

1 – Chris,

Do you really need a franchise QB to win the Super Bowl? I refer you to Brad Johnson of the Tampa Bay Bucs. The team went 9-7 the year before, had a new coach and went on to win super Bowl 37. Thoughts on any similarities to the current Bills?

CB: To answer the first question it certainly helps to have a franchise QB to win a Super Bowl because most teams with one are perennially in contention for a championship. Yes, there are Brad Johnson and Trent Dilfer examples, but they are few in number.

What Super Bowl-winning QBs, who were a bit better than Johnson and Dilfer, but might not be considered elite like Phil Simms, Joe Flacco and Russell Wilson reinforce is that you need a top flight defense if you don’t have the All-Pro QB.

As for similarities I again point to the defense. Tampa’s Super Bowl-winning defense was number one in the league in total yards allowed, points allowed, touchdowns allowed and passing yards allowed. They were also fifth against the run and tied for sixth in sacks. Buffalo’s defense would likely have to put up a similar type of season this year.

 

2 – Hi Chris, as always, you do a great job covering the Buffalo Bills.

My question is concerning the possible cut of Fred Jackson. I just feel from a depth standpoint, the Bills need to hang onto him. Obviously, LeSean McCoy will get the bulk of the workload, but Fred Jackson is still a good runner, and excellent pass catcher. If Shady McCoy is injured, you need a proven starter. I’m not sure Bryce Brown, Boobie Dixon or Karlos Williams are ready.

If this is a run heavy scheme, you need a good backup to keep things moving.

Your thoughts,

Tony Falzone,
Ormond Beach, Fl

CB: I feel pretty good about Fred Jackson being on the roster this season. You’re right he is a good insurance policy for McCoy, but more critical to his job security is his effectiveness in pass protection. None of the other running backs, aside from McCoy, come close to his pass protection reads and ability and that makes him valuable for this offense.

Now if one of the other backs suddenly demonstrates a vast improvement in pass protection I suppose that could change things, but I’m not anticipating that knowing it’s another new offensive scheme this season under Greg Roman.

 

3 – Chris,

I’m very skeptical of the group of QB’s for the Bills this season, and I’d hate to waste a great defensive season, so are there any guys out there like Kyle Orton was last year that the Bills could bring in if things don’t pan out? Or are the Bills going to just play this QB competition out…?  Thanks for your great work Chris!

Sean from California

CB: I understand and respect your skepticism, but there is not a lot out there right now to choose from. Michael Vick is the biggest name out there, but I don’t see Rex Ryan going down that road again after having him with the Jets.

I honestly do not see the Bills looking to add another quarterback unless there is an unexpected release during the preseason or some unforeseen trade option surfaces like the LeSean McCoy deal did in the spring.

 

 

4 – Hello Chris:

Thanks for all the 24/7 365 day coverage. I’m a lifelong fan of 55 years born in Kenmore N.Y. now in SLC.

Just a quick question. With our situation on the O-Line, I sure would love to see Evan Mathis in Red White and Blue.

Are we in the running at all? Do we even have the cap space? Are we even trying? Other than questions at QB I see this as our only week spot.

Thanks again,
Jon SLC, UT.

GO BILLS, DIVISION WINNERS 2015

CB: Evan Mathis hasn’t signed anywhere because his asking price is too high. Who blinks first, an NFL club or Mathis remains to be seen.

At this point I think the Bills are relatively comfortable with their guard situation with Incognito and rookie John Miller as the projected starters. Kraig Urbik is the center-guard swing player and there’s some youth in reserve.

If the Bills are going to add anywhere on the offensive line it’s going to be at offensive tackle where they have just four true OTs. Buffalo currently has one roster spot open.

 

5 – Hi Chris!

As a life-of-the franchise long Bills fan, I have always wanted to know more about the newer players.. those who must fight to get a roster or practice squad position. Look at the 90-man roster, there are some I know virtually nothing about.

I am keenly interested this year in our tight ends. At this moment, we have 7 on the roster. I feel certain that 3 or 4 will be on the 3-man roster, and 1 or 2 on the practice squad. I believe that Clay, O’Leary and Gray are virtual locks, with Gragg or Mulligan as possibilities. In that regard, in your opinion, do Marquise Gray and Chris Gragg have basically the same skill set or might they somewhat complement each other?  Also, Clay Burton seems to have impressed to this point..might he have a slight edge over Gragg for the 53-man roster? He has a larger frame and might offer more room to develop.

Finally, I am intrigued by Chris Manhertz. Does he show enough potential to warrant a spot on the practice squad? If not the practice squad, is there an alternative system whereby he might continue to learn the position and then return next year for another go?

Thanks for the time you have taken in reading this. Have an abundantly blessed day!

Dr. Gary

ps….One of my close work associates is a very loyal Virginia Tech man…very hyped about Tyrod Taylor!

 

CB: Marqueis Gray and Chris Gragg do not have the same skill set. Gragg’s body type is longer and lankier than Gray, who has a bit wider and thicker frame.

Gray’s greatest asset in the tight end competition is his versatility. He can line up in the backfield as a fullback. He can be a move tight end, an H-back, line up detached or in line, though that’s the part he’s probably working on the most. This will help him in the competition because it caters to a lot of what Greg Roman needs from his tight ends.

Gragg has worked hard on his blocking, but his strength is lining up detached. He’s got great straight line speed. I just don’t know if his skill set is as diversified as Gray’s.

Matthew Mulligan was signed for one reason, his blocking. The tight end position didn’t have a dominant blocker among them until Mulligan signed. Knowing how much Greg Roman incorporates tight ends into his blocking schemes in the run game I think is a major plus for Mulligan’s chances of sticking on the 53-man roster.

As for how many tight ends make the 53, I believe there’s a good chance they keep four knowing how much Roman calls on them in his offensive scheme.

 

 


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Dareus focused on football, not extension talks

Posted by Chris Brown on July 24, 2015 – 11:26 am

Bills GM Doug Whaley called negotiating a contract extension for Pro Bowl DT Marcell Dareus a “top priority” this offseason. For Dareus it doesn’t sound like it carries quite as much weight.

In an appearance on the John Murphy Show Thursday night, Dareus was asked about the progress of contract talks between his camp and the Bills. Dareus doesn’t worry about it as he prefers to focus on his game rather than how much he’ll be getting paid in the future.

“Whatever they’re going to do, they’re going to do,” Dareus said. “It’s not anything that I can focus on right now. It’s out of my hands. I’m just going to continue to do what I have to do for the team because they have me for a year. At the same time I’m going to do the best that I can no matter what they’re paying me whether it’s 100 or two, whatever it is. I’m just going to do the best that I can. I just love my job, so it is what it is.”

Dareus has been training out at the EXOS training center in Phoenix for most of the offseason. He’s also spent time back at his alma mater the University of Alabama. Some of his teammates have been training with him including LeSean McCoy, Stefan Charles, Richie Incognito and Tyrod Taylor.

All the training has Dareus anxious for training camp.

“I’m looking forward to it,” said Dareus. “Not being out there on the field… it’s a way of life for me and way for me to escape a lot of things. I just have fun. Of course I look forward to training camp. I miss my guys. We all love each other and want the best for each other. The fans are going to be out there. We really enjoy them coming out to support us every day. It’s something we all look forward to.”


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Fred: EJ benefited from time on sidelines in ’14

Posted by Chris Brown on July 23, 2015 – 11:35 am

EJ Manuel would prefer not to talk about his play. He’d prefer to let his play do the talking. That’s why he only gave a couple of offseason interviews during the OTAs and minicamp this past spring. Manuel has set about improving his game in several areas as he has before, but his teammates claim there has been a noticeable difference. Perhaps even more telling is teammates believe he benefited from the setback he professionally navigated last season when he was demoted to backup quarterback behind the now retired Kyle Orton.

“I think having to sit back and watch and learn from a veteran last year he knows how to approach the playbook this year,” said Fred Jackson. “He knows what he’s doing. A guy that’s physically gifted and can make all the throws and when he needs to he can pull the ball down and run with it.”

Most outside observers felt Manuel had a slight edge on Tyrod Taylor and Matt Cassel coming out of minicamp. Now with training camp starting up next week the final stage of the evaluation process will take place.


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Goodwin gets special support in silver medal win

Posted by Chris Brown on July 23, 2015 – 6:23 am

It was a medal-winning finish for Marquise Goodwin in the long jump final at the Pan Am Games in Toronto. And Goodwin had some special Bills support behind him Wednesday night. 

Bills receivers coach Sanjay Lal made the trip to Toronto to cheer on Goodwin as he earned a silver medal in the long jump, finishing second only to US teammate Jeffery Henderson. 

“My receivers coach came all the way up here to support me and take time away from his vacation, so I appreciate that,” said Goodwin. “Training camp is right around the corner, so I’m excited.”

Goodwin had consistent support from Toronto-based Bills fans during the competition at the Pan Am Games. 

The Bills receiver was asked multiple times by the media if he considers himself a football player or a track star. Every time Goodwin has labeled himself an athlete. 

He went on to say that his commitment is to the Bills. 

As successful as Goodwin was with limited training it will make next year’s Olympic qualifying an interesting proposition for Goodwin. 

The 2016 Olympic Games will be held in Rio De Janeiro next year in August. 


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Goodwin likes his chances in long jump final

Posted by Chris Brown on July 22, 2015 – 1:51 pm

Marquise Goodwin has gotten a lot of media attention since he qualified for the Pan Am Games long jump final tonight in Toronto (6 pm). He just completed an interview on ESPN and stated how much he likes his chances to medal tonight.

“I think I have a pretty good chance,” Goodwin told ESPN. “A lot of people have worked hard for this, but so have I. I think I’m the best man. I’ll put myself up against anybody.”

Goodwin had the second-longest jump among the qualifiers, second only to USA teammate Jeffery Henderson.


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Bills teammates & fans supporting Goodwin

Posted by Chris Brown on July 22, 2015 – 11:28 am

Bills WR Marquise Goodwin isn’t far from where his pro football home participating in the Pan Am Games in the long jump in Toronto this week. He’s in tonight’s finals for the long jump (6 pm), and is very appreciative of the support he’s received from his Bills teammates and from Bills fans on site in Toronto.

In an appearance on the John Murphy Show, Goodwin talked about how all the support has pumped him up for the competition.

“I actually saw some Bills fans in the stands which really excited me after I jumped,” said Goodwin. “I was getting ready to leave the track and I looked in the corner by the long jump pits and they were like, ‘Hey Marquise! Go Bills!’ It was so cool.”

Goodwin said he’s received support from several of his current and former Bills teammates as well, who have been sending him tweets constantly. “A lot of my teammates are contacting me telling me they’re watching and cheering for me,” Goodwin said. “A lot of them are tweeting. They’ve just been really supportive of me. It’s a great group of guys. That shows how great the camaraderie is on our team. For it to be a whole different sport and have them watch and cheer is just a blessing.”


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Goodwin enters long jump finals confident

Posted by Chris Brown on July 22, 2015 – 11:00 am

He needed only one attempt to qualify for the finals in the long jump at the Pan Am Games in Toronto. Now he awaits the opportunity to medal tonight at 6 pm. While waiting Marquise Goodwin took time to appear on the John Murphy Show to talk about his resurgent track career.

Goodwin, who tweeted that he’d need only one attempt in qualifying to get through to the finals proved true to his word with a jump of 26 feet and change (8.05 meters).

“I was pretty certain and confident in my ability,” Goodwin told the John Murphy Show. “I don’t walk into any competition thinking I’m anything less than the next man. So my confidence was high and kind of expected to do well. I put in a lot of work toward it and I was motivated and ready for the competition.”

The finals for the long jump are Wednesday night at 8 pm and are expected to air on ESPN2.


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Bills alumni statement on Van Miller

Posted by Chris Brown on July 22, 2015 – 9:43 am

The Buffalo Bills Alumni Association is a dedicated group and naturally had a special bond with the now late former play-by-play radio broadcaster for the Bills Van Miller. They released a statement in the wake of Miller’s passing late last week. Here is their statement in its entirety.

WE REMEMBER VAN MILLER

Our community was saddened to learn of the recent passing of a true Western New York icon, Van Miller.

The Buffalo Bills Alumni enjoyed a very special and personal relationship with Van. We felt that he was one of us. He was Buffalo Bills football.

The term “Legend”, is the first word that comes to mind when thinking about our dear friend, Van Miller. Not only was Van a broadcasting legend, but even more importantly he was a legend as a human being. Anyone who ever had the pleasure of meeting Van, knows how his wonderful sense of humor always had a way of making you feel so comfortable when talking to him.

As a member of the Buffalo Bills in the 1960’s, I can remember how quickly Van became such an integral part of Buffalo Bills football.

He will forever be remembered by Bills players and fans as the greatest play-by-play man in Buffalo sports history. His distinct voice and memorable sayings like “Fasten your seatbelts” and “Fandemonium,” will forever echo in the laurels of Bills football. His calls in some of the greatest games in Bills history will be played over and over again as long as there are the Buffalo Bills. Van Miller was without peers!

On behalf of the Buffalo Bills Alumni Chapter, our deepest and most heartfelt condolences go out to his beautiful wife Gloria and their family. Van Miller was truly one of the most beloved persons of our time and he will be sorely missed by everyone.

Ed Rutkowski
President
Buffalo Bills Alumni Chapter

 


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Rex’s run ‘D’ history

Posted by Chris Brown on July 22, 2015 – 9:30 am

Our latest installment of Camp Countdown presented by M&T Bank focused on whether the run defense can crack the top 10 this season. They finished 11th last year, but slipped noticeably over the final 10 games of the season. One of the major positives in the run defense equation for the Bills this season is Rex Ryan’s track record when it comes to run defense. Since he was promoted to defensive coordinator in Baltimore in 2005, Ryan’s defenses have ranked in the top 10 in eight of the last 10 seasons.

Here’s a look at where Ryan’s defenses have ranked against the run when he’s making the defensive play calls. Of greatest notice is where his defenses ranked in his first year taking over with those respective clubs.

Baltimore (2005-2008) & New York (2009-2014)

Year Yards allowed Rank
2005 99.4 9th
2006 75.9 2nd
2007 79.3 2nd
2008 81.4 3rd
2009 98.6 8th
2010 90.9 3rd
2011 111.1 13th
2012 133.6 26th
2013 88.3 3rd
2014 93.1 5th
2015 ??? ???

Here are the Bills run defense ranks over that same time period

Year Yards allowed Rank
2005 137.8 31st
2006 140.9 28th
2007 124.6 25th
2008 121.6 22nd
2009 156.3 30th
2010 169.6 32nd
2011 139 28th
2012 145.8 31st
2013 128.9 28th
2014 106.4 11th
2015 ??? ???

 


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Bills back to 4 true OTs

Posted by Chris Brown on July 21, 2015 – 8:22 pm

With the release of veteran OT Wayne Hunter Tuesday, the Bills are again in a position where they have just four true offensive tackles. The preference is to have five, sometimes six players whose primary position is tackle. It will be interesting to see what the Bills do to address the position with a week before training camp.

In the spring Buffalo made use of Darryl Johnson and William Campbell at tackle at times, but it was mainly due to lack of numbers. They’re primarily seen as guards. 

Right now the four true tackles are Cordy Glenn, Seantrel Henderson, Cyrus Kouandjio and undrafted rookie Tyson Chandler. 

If there’s just one serious injury Buffalo could be short on bodies in a hurry. 

If the talent pool is too thin to address the position now they may wait to see who comes free when rosters are reduced later this summer. 


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Goodell: No timetable on Brady ruling

Posted by Chris Brown on July 21, 2015 – 2:25 pm

Appearing at an event in Pennsylvania Tuesday NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was asked if a timeline was in place for a ruling to be made on Tom Brady’s current four-game suspension as part of the Deflate-gate scandal. Goodell maintained there is no timetable.

“There is no timeline. We want to make sure we have a fair and open process. We are obviously being very thorough and want to make sure we consider all aspects of his appeal,” said Goodell at a fundraising event. “We will make a decision as quickly as possible.”

Brady appealed the four-game ban and there have been reports that unless the ban is lifted in full that the Patriots quarterback will take the league to court over their decision on punishment.

If the four-game ban is upheld, or even reduced to two games Brady would miss the Patriots’ Week 2 game against the Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

 


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Goodwin qualifies for long jump final

Posted by Chris Brown on July 21, 2015 – 1:07 pm

Bills WR Marquise Goodwin is participating at the Pan Am Games in Toronto in the long jump. Earlier today he jumped in the qualifiers for a chance to advance to the finals.

Goodwin jumped 8.05 meters (26.41 feet), which was the best jump in his qualifying group and second-best overall to only US teammate Jeffery Henderson, who jumped 8.18 meters (26.83 feet). So Goodwin is one of 12 athletes to advance to the finals with a chance to medal.

The finals for the long jump at the Pan Am Games is Wednesday just after 6 pm ET.


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