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Kyle explains why ‘D’ got crossed up last year

Posted by Chris Brown on August 2, 2016 – 11:19 pm

There was no debating that Buffalo’s defense struggled to not only execute, but to even get plays called or changed before the snap by the opposing offense. It led to problems for most of the season. Those problems no longer exist as Kyle Williams sees it, but in an appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Williams explained what transpired last season.

On the Schopp and the Bulldog show, Williams was asked why Rex Ryan’s defense was not as similar to Mike Pettine’s 2013 scheme with the Bills as perceived by outside observers.

“I think you always have growing pains when you’re changing coverages and defenses and doing all kinds of different things,” said Williams. “It’s similar, but it’s not. There are different things going on. I think some guys’ plates may have been overloaded. I think Rex and even some guys have admitted that. I think (this year) we’re going to carry a volume of defense to be successful, but we’re not going to inundate guys to the point where they can’t think, kind of a paralysis by analysis type thing.”

Then they delved into how to go about determining if a scheme or the volume of a scheme is too complicated?

“You can sit in calculus or trigonometry class with the teacher in front of you and spout back the answer, but when they lay the test down in front of you, and you have a certain amount of time to do it, you may know it, but you might hesitate and that can be the change in the game,” said Williams. “That’s what happens. You can get the answers right and correct things on the practice field, but in a game when this guy motions to number three and this is what you have to change it to and all it takes is the half second where everything gets set behind and then you struggle. Your only eraser is going back to the bench because you gave up a 60-yard touchdown.”

Williams believes all those problems have been addressed and rectified because he’s seen a vast improvement in on field communication and in execution.

“I think we’ve got a good thing going right now,” Williams said. “Just from watching film our mental errors are way down through the first few days of camp. Even in the OTAs and minicamp and watching all that go on. The communication is better. What we’re running is a little clearer in terms of what’s expected. I’m excited. We’ll see where it goes.”



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Murph & Gronk up for bid at WGR golf tourney

Posted by Chris Brown on June 16, 2016 – 4:31 pm

Bills radio play by play man John Murphy and rookie FB Glenn Gronkowski are both up for bid as playing partners in the WGR Sportsradio 550 Celebrity golf tournament.

Murph and Gronk can be bid on to play with them as part of your foursome at the tournament on July 11th at Fox Valley Country Club at this link.

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Trust between Sammy & Tyrod set in London

Posted by Chris Brown on May 13, 2016 – 9:33 am

The second half of the 2015 season was when the connection between Tyrod Taylor and Sammy Watkins was not only established, but completely exploded. Taylor hit Watkins for seven touchdowns over the last nine games of the season, after just two in the first seven outings. Watkins also rolled up 900 of his 1,047 receiving yards in those final nine games, a total that was third-best in the league over that span with only Antonio Brown and Julio Jones ahead of him. So why did it take half the season for Taylor and Watkins to get in sync?

Taylor, who made an in studio appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 Friday, explained why it was difficult to get acclimated to one another on the field early in the season.

“If people remember Sammy was injured throughout the preseason so I really didn’t get a chance to work with him then,” said Taylor. “Through the last OTA period he was rehabbing (hip surgery) as well so I didn’t get a chance to work with him. Early in the season we connected on some things. Then he got injured early in the season in Week 3 at Miami and then I got injured a couple of weeks after that against Tennessee.”

Though injured both players made the trip with the team to London for the Week 7 game against Jacksonville. It was there that they spent a lot of time outlining what they had to get accomplished on the field when they were healthy.

“We spent some time talking a lot in London when we were getting treatment together,” said Taylor. “So we got on the same page, and when it was time to come back on the field for both of us we had talked through a lot of things.

“I remember throwing some with him after the bye week and trying to understand how to work off each other. He’s one of the top receivers in this league and I have to get him the ball. He can be very dynamic once the ball is in his hands. We got on the same page and trusted each other and that continued to build. He is one of the best receivers in the league at tracking the ball. I love playing with him and I like what we have going on and we’re going to continue to keep building.”

Perhaps the best example of their quarterback-receiver relationship reaching critical mass was in Kansas City when Taylor let Watkins dominate the first half, scoring on a pair of passes, even when he wasn’t completely open.

“It’s a trust factor and that’s something we talk about. Just giving him a chance,” said Taylor. “If your best guy is one-on-one with the safety or one-on-one with the corner and the safety is coming, but not in the picture, then you feel like he’s open. Like he told me, ‘Just give me a chance and I can either catch it or knock it down.’ And we’ll take those chances.”

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Why Bills 2nd rd. pick believes he’s a 3 down LB

Posted by Chris Brown on May 4, 2016 – 10:07 am

Bills second-round pick Reggie Ragland has heard and read the criticism. He knows there were draftniks and probably some NFL clubs that did not see him as a three down linebacker. Ragland is ready to prove them all wrong.

In an appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 this week, Ragland reiterated that he is wholly confident that he’s capable of being a three-down linebacker in the NFL.

“I can be a three down linebacker. I did it. I played all three downs in my last year,” he said. “Against Texas A&M I played the ‘mike’ the whole game, the inside backer covering backs and tight ends. Against other teams I played outside and played all three downs. I rushed and dropped from the end position. I can drop and I can cover. I don’t know why people feel that way. It doesn’t matter to me. Coach Ryan gave me an opportunity and I’m going to give it my all for the organization.”

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Ragland: Enlarged aorta is a non-issue

Posted by Chris Brown on May 4, 2016 – 9:25 am

Medical reports are hugely important in player evaluations and draft grades heading into the NFL draft. Notre Dame’s Jaylon Smith and UCLA’s Myles Jack are probably the two most notable examples in the 2016 NFL draft. Bills second-round pick Reggie Ragland was another linebacker who had a medical issue publicized in the 11th hour leading up to the draft. Ragland didn’t understand why however, since he had been cleared by every doctor that examined him.

In an appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Ragland explained how his enlarged aorta was checked by every doctor at the NFL combine and by an additional specialist. Who decided to make it an issue is something he can’t explain.

“Going into the combine I talked to the doctor and I got some extra tests done and I was good,” Ragland said. “Then I went to a specialist and she said I was good. Somebody put that out and teams got scared. They thought there was more to it, but there wasn’t. It was just the same. I’m good to go. I just have to get it checked once a year, but I’m good to go.”

Bills GM Doug Whaley said Buffalo’s medical staff completely cleared Ragland as well.

“We would’ve taken him at 19,” Whaley said. “There was no concern at all.”

According to medical research there are several dietary steps that can be taken to keep an enlarged aorta from growing any more and presenting future risks.

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Ragland’s chance meeting with the Ryans

Posted by Chris Brown on May 4, 2016 – 8:53 am

Before his pre-draft meeting with the Bills in Orchard Park, Alabama LB Reggie Ragland ran into Bills head coach Rex Ryan and Assistant head coach Rob Ryan in a chance meeting a month before the draft.

Appearing on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Ragland said he ran into the two coaches in Birmingham, Alabama of all places.

“Coach Ryan, it’s funny because about two months ago, a couple of days after my pro day and I’m walking out of the mall in Birmingham and both coach Ryans are walking into the mall,” Ragland said. “I stopped them for a second and we just got to talking for a second. When I came up on my visit coach Ryan told me he could tell I was raised up well by my parents because I was saying, ‘Yes sir and no sir.’ He could tell I was a good person, so he knew he’d be getting a good person off the field and a good football player. My parents always told me that a first impression means everything, so I always try to make a good first impression to everybody that I meet.”

On his pre-draft visit Ragland said he got a good vibe from Buffalo’s head coach and is encouraged to be playing for a defensive mind like Ryan.

“I had a great time with coach Ryan. He’s a down to earth person, but you can tell when he hits that football field he’s fired up,” Ragland said. “I’m very excited because I always wanted to play for coach Ryan because he’s always put his players in a position to be successful.”


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QB Jones thought call from Bills was a prank

Posted by Chris Brown on May 3, 2016 – 11:54 am

Bills fourth-round pick Cardale Jones initially didn’t believe it was in fact the Bills who were calling to tell him he was about to become the newest quarterback on their roster. Even though he met with offensive coordinator Greg Roman and quarterbacks coach David Lee at his pro day and had a pre-draft visit to One Bills Drive, there was a reason Jones was skeptical after answering his phone.

In an appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Jones explained that he had been getting some phony phone calls during day three of the draft.

“I thought initially it was a prank call,” said Jones of the call from Buffalo. “I was getting calls from some weird numbers all day and I would answer and they would hang up. So I didn’t believe it until really my name went across the TV screen. I was watching it with my family and my name popped up on the screen and I went crazy.”

As for the prank calls Jones can’t understand the motivation behind it.

“I guess they were expecting me to see a weird number and think I was getting drafted by that team,” he said. “I don’t know if it was one of my buddies playing a joke, but it wasn’t a great feeling I’ll tell you that.”

Ultimately it all wound up for the best as Jones is excited about his landing spot in Buffalo.

“I love it. I can’t think of a better situation to be in,” Jones said. “Couldn’t be around a better coach or better people. Just reflecting on my visit up to Buffalo with coach Ryan and him talking about the situation I would be in. Now it’s a reality. I’m going to try to take advantage of every situation from here on out.”


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Bills draft a rare match of value and need

Posted by Chris Brown on May 2, 2016 – 2:16 pm

Bills GM Doug Whaley has been in NFL scouting for about 20 years. Never has he seen the value of his team’s draft board match up so well to the club’s positional needs as they did this past weekend for Buffalo in the 2016 NFL draft.

Buffalo needed to fill some starting roles in their front seven on defense and with tight cap constraints had to rely on the draft to address them. Getting Shaq Lawson at pick 19 when the Bills thought he’d be long gone and then get another player with a first round grade in Reggie Ragland in round two, followed by yet another defensive player in DL Adophus Washington a round after they felt he should come off the board represented a rare occurrence.

“I told the Pegulas this rarely happens like this,” said Whaley in an appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550. “To be able to have the highest guy on your board… these guys truly filled our needs. To have Ragland there in the second round, where we were thinking that Shaq (Lawson) would be gone in the first round and we were targeting Ragland as our 19th pick, so for us to feel like we got two first rounders in the first two rounds and knowing they’re going to be starters due to need it’s a special draft. Hopefully it turns out years down the road that this was the draft that propelled us to where we want to go.”

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Bills GM optimistic on Glenn, Gilmore futures

Posted by Chris Brown on April 20, 2016 – 11:44 am

Bills GM Doug Whaley is immersed in draft preparations with it sitting just a week away on the calendar. But it hasn’t kept him from staying abreast of where things sit with two key players on their roster. Cordy Glenn has signed his franchise tender and Stephon Gilmore is in the last year of his rookie deal after Buffalo picked up his fifth-year option. The next step is getting the two players locked up with long term extensions.

When that will happen is anyone’s guess, but Whaley in an appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 feels the Glenn and Gilmore camps have a mutual understanding with the Bills.

“I look at it this way. I’m more optimistic than pessimistic,” said Whaley. “We have until July 15th with Cordy, we have until whenever with Stephon, but I’m more optimistic than pessimistic. We all start with the same viewpoint that we want to get a deal done so we’re on the same page there.”

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Whaley: open to move up or down draft board

Posted by Chris Brown on April 20, 2016 – 11:40 am

Bills GM Doug Whaley is one who likes to keep his options open when it comes to the opportunity to make a trade with another NFL club during the NFL draft. The case is no different this spring.

In an interview with Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Whaley said he’s open to making a move up or down the draft board if the right opportunity comes about and the right player is there for the taking.

“I look at it this way, we’ve shown in the past we’re willing to do anything,” said Whaley.

Much has been made of the reports that the Cleveland Browns are looking to move out of the number two overall pick. Whaley didn’t rule out a move from 19 up to 2 if they felt a deal made sense and there was a player worthy.

“If we believe that player is worthy of what we’d have to give up to pick up the number two spot in the draft we’ve shown in the past we’re not averse to doing it,” he said.

Those are some big ifs and the latest reports indicate that Philadelphia at 8th overall is the team working the hardest to broker a deal with Cleveland. Still, armed with a couple of extra compensatory picks in rounds four and six, the Bills feel good about making use of their regular picks if necessary to make a move if they deem it to be a move that will improve their talent pool.

“We do feel comfortable with the two compensatory picks that does give you some flexibility to move up if we see someone that we feel is necessary to make such a move,” said Whaley.

A move down would also seem possible especially if a couple of Buffalo’s anticipated options at 19 are off the board by the time they’re on the clock.


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Seantrel Henderson update

Posted by Chris Brown on March 3, 2016 – 9:38 am

At the close of the 2015 regular season the status of RT Seantrel Henderson’s future playing career was a bit uncertain in light of an undisclosed illness that was discovered that kept him out of the team’s last four games. Bills GM Doug Whaley at the close of the season expressed uncertainty about Henderson’s future saying they would need to wait on the medical reports back from their staff before they definitively knew where things stood. On Thursday in an appearance on WGR Sportsradio 550, Whaley said the front office got an encouraging report back on Henderson’s condition.

We got some positive news about his health,” said Whaley. “So we believe he may be able to be in that right tackle position at the start of camp. So we’ll have three bodies and as I’ve always said competition raises everybody’s level of play. We’ll have three people fighting for one position. That’s a good thing for the Bills and the right tackle position.”

Cyrus Kouandjio, who is under contract will be part of that competition and the Bills hope to retain the rights of restricted free agent Jordan Mills to be the third player in that competition come training camp.

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Brooks: Bills 2015 draft class was a gem

Posted by Chris Brown on February 24, 2016 – 6:24 pm

Former Bills WR and current NFL Network draft analyst Bucky Brooks had high praise for the Bills 2015 draft class. Appearing on the John Murphy Show, Brooks outlined why he felt it was so strong despite the fact that the team did not have a first-round pick.

“I think they had a major coup in terms of the guys they were able to bring in,” said Brooks. “Ronald Darby has been an outstanding player. He was a player who was vying for NFL Rookie of the Year honors. He looks like a CB1, a guy that you can put on people and lock up receivers. I know they did that at times during the year. I also like what Karlos Williams was able to do as a backup to Shady McCoy. Showed some big play ability, but is physical between the tackles. Nice piece to the offensive puzzle.”

Brooks also mentioned third-round pick John Miller as a solid starter. The John Murphy Show is broadcasting live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis through Friday from 7-9 pm ET on Bills flagship station WGR Sportradio 550. Combine coverage is presented by NAPA Auto Parts.

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Bills open to a Harvin return

Posted by Chris Brown on January 22, 2016 – 9:28 am

Percy Harvin’s first year with the Bills did not go how anyone had planned. A persistent hip injury compromised his weekly availability as the receiver appeared in just five games in 2015. He also has an automatic opt-out clause in his contract, which will make him a free agent against this offseason. Still, Buffalo’s front office remains interested in returning him to their receiving corps in 2016.

Bills GM Doug Whaley, appearing on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 Friday, indicated that the club would like to bring Harvin back once he’s got a clean bill of health.

“Absolutely. No doubt about it,” said Whaley. “Obviously the first thing for Percy is he’s got to get completely healthy. Once he’s healthy we’ll reach out to his guy and explain that we’d like to have him back. I think when he was on the field people took notice and he helped us when Sammy was out. So we would love to have him back.”

Knowing Buffalo’s tight cap situation, the Bills would probably only re-sign Harvin to a cost-conscious type contract.

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Kelly on next step for Tyrod

Posted by Chris Brown on January 18, 2016 – 9:07 am

Bills Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly said Tyrod Taylor had a good year in 2015. He also outlined one specific part of quarterbacking that he feels is a crucial next step for Taylor in the future. 

Appearing on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Kelly feels recognizing defenses more efficiently will help Taylor reach the next level of quarterback play. 

“For Tyrod he has to read defensive coverages quicker,” said Kelly. “I think there were times where he was a little confused with what he was seeing. So with more time on the job and going through it and seeing more he can get a handle each and every snap as to what defenses are throwing at him. But he did well for a guy who in many ways was a rookie.”

Kelly said he believes Taylor has the ability and work ethic to improve and is eager to see what steps he can take to advance his game in 2016. 

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Whaley: Defense will be a focus in offseason

Posted by Chris Brown on December 29, 2015 – 11:56 am

Bills GM Doug Whaley couldn’t deny that the defense did take a step back this season in its first season under head coach Rex Ryan. Whaley acknowledged that improving the defensive side of the ball will be a focus this coming offseason, but he’s confident that Ryan, his defensive staff and the personnel will be able to improve the performance of the defense in 2016.

“Defensively we did take a step back,” Whaley said in his weekly appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550. “We expected there to be a transition, but we didn’t expect there would be a drop off based on our history of our defense and Rex’s history of coaching defense we didn’t expect a drop off like that. So we’ll make a concerted effort to fix in the offseason just like last year. We made a concerted effort to make the offense better and we accomplished that goal.”

When asked why the defense took a step back this season, Whaley pointed to a few key things.

“There was a lack of consistency there and that goes along with changing parts due to injuries and getting adapted to the scheme,” he said. “I think it was a combination of Rex trying to tweak a little bit from what he normally does to fit our personnel and our personnel trying to fit what they used to do to what Rex does. So that contributes to the lack of consistency and again the injuries with Aaron Williams, Kyle Williams and Nigel Bradham. So you had young guys in there that are trying to adapt to this as well.

“At times you saw we showed we can be a pretty good defense, but the lack of consistency really killed us. That will be a major emphasis in the offseason is to be as consistent as possible.”

Whaley understands the fan frustration with the disappointing performance of the defense this season, but he’s resolute in his belief that it will be better in 2016 for a host of reasons.

“If you look at it in totality you have a head coach that’s been a defensive coordinator or a head coach for 11-plus years and this is only the second time his defense is not ranked in the top 10 and the other time he was 11th,” said Whaley. “So if you look at it analytically or look at the percentages he’s not going to be a bad coach. He’s going to improve that defense. So we have the basis to take a step forward. If you take that 16 years off of it and look at a first-year coach, first year ownership and first year quarterback I think we’ve got something to build on.

“I think it’s just a combination of those guys getting more comfortable with the scheme that is really complicated and bringing in some parts that fit a little better.”

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Whaley: It’s all good with Rex & ownership

Posted by Chris Brown on December 29, 2015 – 11:15 am

Despite reports to the contrary last week, Bills GM Doug Whaley gave firm indication that he is on solid footing with head coach Rex Ryan and has the faith of owners Terry and Kim Pegula.

Making his weekly appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 Tuesday, Whaley said the reports that were out there last week about friction with Ryan and an uncertain future with ownership were very misguided.

“Ownership has been great. My relationship with Rex Ryan is something that I cherish,” Whaley said. “I wake up every day happy to come in and work with him. My future, ownership doesn’t have to tell me anything. I’ve always attacked my job with the mindset of let me do my job not to lose it, but to keep it and keep getting better. So until the ownership tells me I’m here for the long haul and get this team where we need to go.”

Later in the interview Whaley praised the approach of the Pegulas in terms of how they facilitate the job he has to do as general manager.

“Their thoughts are turning to what do we need to get better this week? And then after this week what do we need to get better from the top down going forward,” Whaley said of the Pegulas. “So they’re always looking at what they can do to help us get better and what they need to do as owners to get better. That’s their philosophy and outlook they’ve conveyed to us every time we’ve met. When your ownership comes to you and asks what else they can do to help us do your job better, that’s a perfect scenario and the closest thing you can get to utopia in this league.”

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Ryan refutes rift report, backs Whaley 100%

Posted by Chris Brown on December 22, 2015 – 9:23 am

The report about a rift between Bills GM Doug Whaley and head coach Rex Ryan and members of his staff was something that Ryan refuted as “dead wrong” when asked about it after Sunday’s game. He took it a step further in his weekly radio appearance on Bills flagship station.

Appearing on WGR Sportsradio 550 Monday afternoon, Ryan reiterated that the report is inaccurate and completely erroneous as he stated what kind of relationship he and his general manager have.

“I think it’s ludicrous. I truly do,” said Ryan of the reports. “Doug and I are on the same page with everything. The fact that we haven’t had the season we wanted, maybe that’s fueling some of those reports. They’re ridiculous. Maybe somebody has a different agenda.

“I know the agenda that I have and that Whaley has and that’s all about winning. Bringing the type of team that this community can be proud of and that hasn’t wavered one bit. I think if you look at since I’ve been here with Whaley together, look at the players he added. The draft went about as good as you can get.

“You have Ronald Darby who is going to be a star in this league. John Miller our third-round pick and starting every game he was healthy for. Karlos Williams, all he does is tie an NFL record for most touchdowns in consecutive games, who is certainly going to be a player. You have O’Leary who is just starting to show what he can do. Tony Steward unfortunately got hurt, but you look at that draft, that was an outstanding draft.

“The free agents we got, I think the trade for LeSean McCoy, you’d be hard pressed to say that never worked out for us. That was a great trade for us. The acquisition of Tyrod Taylor was a smash. That’s a grand slam hit, so the job he’s done as a personnel guy has been absolutely tremendous since I’ve been here. So to me I know we’ve had several talks and this is the guy that I want with me to be a general manager I can promise you that.”

Ryan didn’t even mention the signing of Richie Incognito, who has a chance to go to the Pro Bowl.

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Whaley: Re-signing Glenn, Incognito will be priorities

Posted by Chris Brown on December 8, 2015 – 4:10 pm

Bills GM Doug Whaley made his weekly appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 Tuesday and outlined a number of topics. From Tyrod Taylor’s encouraging progress, to his thoughts on the results of the new extra point distance rule. He also addressed the team’s plans for a couple of their impending free agents.

Starting left tackle Cordy Glenn and starting left guard Richie Incognito are both scheduled to be free agents come next March, but Whaley said the Bills have made it clear to the agents for both players that re-signing them this offseason is a major priority.

“I’ve talked to both of those guys and talked to their representation that after this season we’ll put on a full force effort to try to get those guys under contract,” said Whaley. “We like to tell those guys during the season that we want them to be strictly focused on football and after the season we’ll worry about that business part.”

Incognito has had a season that should garner Pro Bowl consideration. Head coach Rex Ryan said he doesn’t think there’s another guard in the league that has played as consistently as Incognito in his first year with the Bills. Keeping the left side of the offensive line intact is seen as a critical thing on the team’s offseason to-do list.

“We look at it like if we can keep that line together that’s a part of the football team we can hang our hat on,” said Whaley. “They’ve been playing extremely well and it’s just their first year together. Imagine how good they can be in their second year  and if we can keep them three years that’s when you have the consistency and cohesiveness up front that’s a big part of coach Ryan’s philosophy, which is that it starts up front on both sides of the ball.”

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Bills on the radio

Posted by Chris Brown on November 18, 2015 – 4:45 pm

Here’s where you can find Bills players on the radio airwaves Thursday.

7:30 am – Charles Clay on WGR 550 – Buffalo


2:00 pm – Stephon Gilmore on FAN 590 – Toronto

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Rex: Kyle doesn’t look ready for this week

Posted by Chris Brown on November 16, 2015 – 5:23 pm

He’s missed the last two games with a knee injury suffered in Week 6 against Concinnati and according to head coach Rex Ryan, Kyle Williams is going to miss his third game. 

In his weekly radio appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Ryan said that Williams is trying like crazy to heal up and get well, but indicated he won’t be fit to play against New England Monday night. 

“I don’t think he’s going to be ready to go this week,” said Ryan of Kyle Williams. 

If Williams in fact can’t play in New England next Monday its expected that Corbin Bryant will continue to start in his place. 

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