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With Chandler back Whaley liking TE group

Posted by Chris Brown on March 14, 2014 – 12:10 pm

Bills fans might not see much difference than that of a year ago, but with Scott Chandler back in the fold, Bills GM Doug Whaley believes their talent at tight end covers every requirement of the position.

In an appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Whaley gave his thoughts on the tight end group on Buffalo’s roster.

“I like the skill set that our tight ends bring to our roster,” he said. “You’ve got Lee Smith and his primary role is a blocking tight end. You’ve got Chris Gragg and the speed aspect he brings to the table. Chandler brings the size and then you have Tony Moeaki if you look in his past he’s a good combination guy with receiving skills and blocking. We’ve got the gamut covered so we think we’re pretty solid, but that doesn’t prohibit us from getting anybody that we think might be an upgrade.”

When asked if Moeaki’s role could be larger in 2014, Whaley confirmed that’s their intent.

“That’s the plan, but again it’s competition and we expect it to be heated competition,” he said. “We’re excited and as I always say competition makes everybody elevate their game.”


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Fan Friday 3-7

Posted by Chris Brown on March 7, 2014 – 11:50 am

Free agency negotiating opens Saturday, Tuesday afternoon deals can be signed. Let’s get to your questions from email at AskChris@bills.nfl.net and on Twitter @ChrisBrownBills.

1 – Chris,

Can you give Bills’ fan an update about Chris Hairston? Is he injured? I would like to see him compete for right tackle. What do the coaches think of him? Do you see RT as a position of need?

CB: The Bills have not provided a medical update on Hairston to this point, however, when asked by a Bills fan as to whether he’ll be ready for spring workouts in April, Hairston said he would be (see below).

@C_Hairston75 Are you full go this spring? #Bills

— Bernie Lomax (@Welborn9) March 4, 2014

@Welborn9 yes

— Chris Hairston (@C_Hairston75) March 4, 2014

 

Hairston was on the non-football illness list last season, but he appeared to have a physical ailment in training camp. Whichever cost him his entire 2013 season is unclear. Even if he is cleared to resume his career in the spring I think the Bills will be a bit leery in counting on him and putting all their eggs in his basket as right tackle competition for Erik Pears.

So in the end I think they do look for offensive tackle help in free agency or the draft.

2 – Chris,

Why does it seem like everyone thinks we need  a WR and a TE ? What`s wrong with the core we have now? All our WRs except Stevie have 2 yrs. or less experience with room to grow. And Scott Chandler may not have the speed, but he can block, catch and find ways to get open. He may not be high profile, but he`s a guy that comes to work every play. If anything we need some run stuffing LBs.

Thank You!
Mike

CB: A lot of fans naturally gravitate to the playmaking positions so it’s not surprising that many of the Bills faithful are focused on a big WR or game breaking TE. Of course GM Doug Whaley has said more than once that a receiving talent that plays big would be a huge help to the passing game and EJ Manuel.

I don’t think that focus means fans don’t think some reinforcements need to be added at linebacker. It wouldn’t surprise me if the Bills add a linebacker in free agency and another in the draft.

3 – Chris,

With all the talent at the offensive tackle position this year in the draft, many draft analysts have the Bills selecting one with their first round pick.  In my opinion, this would be a mistake.  Offensive tackles are not nearly as valuable in the NFL as they were 20 years ago, and do not directly affect the outcome of a game like WRs, LBs or Safeties do.  With that said, I think the Bills need more game-changing playmakers (like WR/LB) of which many of the best are found in the first round of the draft.  So my question is do you think the Bills are better off with an offensive tackle round 1 or someone at a skill position like WR?

Thanks,
Eric from Hamburg

CB: I think both OT and WR are positions that need to be addressed by the Bills in the draft. Fortunately for Buffalo they are two of the deeper positions in the 2014 class.

In determining the better option at ninth overall, a lot will depend on what falls to them at nine. There’s only one, possibly two receivers worthy of the pick at nine. Clemson’s Sammy Watkins and some are now making a case for Texas A&M’s Mike Evans. I’m not certain the value is there for Evans as a top 10 talent, but he’s close.

If one of the top three offensive tackles is there for Buffalo at nine it’d be hard to pass up as I see it. Those players being Auburn’s Greg Robinson, Texas A&M’s Jake Matthews and Michigan’s Taylor Lewan.

I wouldn’t rule out Alabama’s Cyrus Kouandjio provided his knee checks out. I think he’s underrated.

I respectfully disagree with your assertion that offensive tackles aren’t nearly as valuable now as they used to be. I think they’re more valuable because offenses are passing more than ever and with offenses going to more spread formations offensive tackles need to be able to pass protect one-on-one more effectively than ever.

So I think it is a worthy pick at nine for Buffalo if the value is there with who is available.

 

4 – Hi Chris,

When the Browns raided the Bills coaching staff I was afraid we lost valuable pieces of the puzzle. Coach Marrone  not only found great replacements but quite possibly upgraded the staff not to diminish the wonderful job done by Mike Pettine. Does it show the respect Doug Marrone has garnered around the league that he’s able to bring in such quality coaches?  It must send a signal that Buffalo not the worst landing spot for coaches.  As a longtime fan I always remember the woeful staff Kay Stephenson put together back in the 80′s. Is it a telling story on how head coaches are able to put together his staffs?  Thanks for the good work……..
Wally in Fredericksburg , Va

CB: I think Marrone is a respected coach and I think the talent that’s on this roster helps sell the job of defensive coordinator as well.

Your point about the Stephenson staff is duly noted. Unfortunately that’s been repeated by other head coaches who came after him, most notably Gregg Williams and Dick Jauron. Both did not hire strong staffs and it hurt player development, which is perhaps more important than ever in the league now.

Marrone is a refreshing step forward in that respect.

5 – Hi Chris

I follow the bills everyday on the mobile app, diehard fan who grew up in Buffalo, but reside outside of Indianapolis, and watches every game via the Sunday Ticket.

My Question- I know we have a lot of young receivers on the roster, and this past year was a year of developing and see who we got. I remember Chris Hogan catching my eye in the pre-season and the broadcasters talking about how they call him 7-11 because he was always open, in which he was, and he seemed to be catching majority of what was thrown to him. That was the first game against colts. Then I didn’t see him much out there til later on in the season, and again, when he finally got a chance, they referenced him as 7-11, always open, and he would get open and catch the ball. Very curious to why they wouldn’t play him more and mix it up more if he is “always open”. I don’t remember him not contributing much when he did get to line up. Seems like any time his number was called, he truly did get open and caught balls. But his number barely got called.

Thanks, Dustin
Indianapolis

CB: Thanks very much for you insatiable interest in everything Bills. With respect to Hogan, the good news is he was just tendered by the Bills as an exclusive rights free agent, so once he signs his contract tender he’ll be back on the roster for 2014.

Hogan does have reliable hands and runs consistent routes. The fact of the matter is there are receivers ahead of him on the depth chart that have simply been blessed with more talent.

The 7-11 thing comes from a nickname he picked up while with the Dolphins in training camp when Miami was the featured team on the HBO series Hard Knocks.

A lot of times receivers get caught up in a numbers game at the position and often don’t make the 53-man roster. Then if they do finding consistent playing time is an even bigger hill to climb. This is where Hogan finds himself on Buffalo’s roster.


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Bills head coach hopes Chandler is back

Posted by Chris Brown on February 20, 2014 – 4:41 pm

He’s set to become a free agent in a couple of weeks. Bills TE Scott Chandler is coming off a career-best season in terms of receptions and receiving yards in 2013. Head coach Doug Marrone, speaking at the NFL Combine Thursday is hoping the veteran tight end is back on the roster next season.

“Hopefully we can get Scott back,” Marrone said. “I think Scott did a heck of a job for us. He’s in the same situation as Jairus. I talked to Scott after the year, I thought he did a great job.  I thought he was a guy who tries to lead well, he does everything we asked of him.  I’m hoping he decides to come back, I really do.”

Chandler led the team in receptions and receiving yards last season and is just 27-years old.


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Marrone encouraged about TE position

Posted by Chris Brown on January 2, 2014 – 9:11 am

As we will profile on Buffalobills.com Friday morning, Scott Chandler is scheduled to become a free agent this offseason. He led the team in receptions (53) and receiving yards (655) due in part to the fact that he stayed healthy all season, while other receiving targets missed games with injuries. When head coach Doug Marrone was asked for his take on the talent at the tight end position he sounded very encouraged about what the future holds for the Bills there.

“I feel we’ve gotten good production,” Marrone said. “I think that Scott Chandler had a fine year. He really did. I think that we have players in place here, on this roster, which can be very productive. And obviously in my background offensively and Nathaniel’s (Hackett) background, that position has been productive for us in the past. And I think it’s important (to make use of) the different ways you can attack people schematically, obviously the tight end in zone coverages down the middle of the field, but more importantly again with the matchups.

“Right now we have three, I believe players on our team right now under contract, and obviously with Scott, and Doug (Whaley) talked about Scott, but I feel that we have four tight ends that are potentially very productive.”

The tight ends under contract are Chris Gragg, Tony Moeaki and Lee Smith. Mike Caussin, who was on I-R is a restricted free agent and Chandler is scheduled to be unrestricted.


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Chandler rejoins teammates

Posted by Chris Brown on December 6, 2013 – 10:31 am

Bills TE Scott Chandler missed Thursday’s practice because his wife was in labor. He’s since re-joined his teammates at 1 Bills Drive this morning as there were congratulations all around.

Chandler’s wife Alissa delivered their third child Thursday, and for the third time it was a girl. So three daughters for the Chandler family.


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2 players added to Bills injury report

Posted by Chris Brown on December 5, 2013 – 4:47 pm

Bills head coach Doug Marrone added two players to the team’s injury report Thursday.

One addition was not injury related. TE Scott Chandler missed Thursday’s practice with his wife expecting to deliver the newest addition to the Chandler family in the next 24 hours.

The other addition was WR Marquise Goodwin, who suffered what Marrone called a tweaked calf in practice. Marrone expects Goodwin to be fine for Sunday’s game at Tampa Bay, but he was a limited participant Thursday.

Here’s the rest of the report.

Player

Pos

Injury

Participation   Wednesday

Participation   Thursday

Kyle Williams

DT

Achilles

DNP

FP

Marquise Goodwin

WR

Calf

LP

Scott Chandler

TE

Not injury related

DNP


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Chandler family expecting… today

Posted by Chris Brown on December 5, 2013 – 1:33 pm

Bills TE Scott Chandler was excused from practice today because he and his wife are expecting.

Chandler and his wife Alissa are expecting the arrival of the newest addition to their family some time today.

No word on whether Chandler will be at practice Friday. That will likely hinge on when the newest Chandler arrives.


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Moeaki has former teammate in locker room

Posted by Chris Brown on December 4, 2013 – 4:35 pm

Bills newest tight end Tony Moeaki has never had to latch on with another NFL club late in the season. He spent his entire NFL career with Kansas City. That’s why he’s glad he’s got a former college teammate in the Buffalo locker room to help him get up to speed sooner rather than later.

Moeaki was college teammates for two seasons with fellow TE Scott Chandler at Iowa.

“I came when he was a junior and we both worked together there in two tight end sets for two years so I know Scott pretty well,” said Moeaki.

With only four games and a month of practices to show his ability to the coaching staff, Moeaki sees the value of having a former teammate on the roster.

“It helps to have a friend on the team at the same position that you’ve played with, especially in this situation, new city, new team, so it’s nice,” he said.

Chandler will be also be able to give advice on how best to jump in and assimilate himself late in a regular season with a new club, since that’s exactly what he did with the Bills when he was claimed off waivers by Buffalo almost three years ago to the day (Dec. 3rd, 2010).

He practiced with the club over the final month of the season and appeared in the last four games, mostly on special teams. Chandler also posted one catch for nine yards before winning the starting tight end job the following season.


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Way game unraveled is what had Stevie ticked

Posted by Chris Brown on December 2, 2013 – 10:50 am

Stevie Johnson was naturally ticked off about his fumble late in the game. He knew the significance of it right away. But the way the game unraveled for them at the end preventing them from winning the back and forth contest was the real issue for him.

“Just given the situation I was frustrated,” said Johnson. “Not necessarily with the (fumble) play because it’s the NFL, he’s in the NFL also. Initially I got off and beat him and he came back and made a play on me. That’s football. He made a good play and I’ve got to live with it. I saw it on the big screen and you’ve got to chalk it up to a good play and hustle.”

Johnson and Chandler both had good technique in tucking the ball away on their fumble plays. Falcons defenders just made better ones as they see it.

“Once again with those plays, mine and Scott’s you catch the ball 100 times and tuck it the same way,” Johnson said. “It’s not like the ball was loose from our bodies and Scott’s was up here. It just happened to be a good play by the defender.”


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Chandler, Stevie come to grips with fumbles

Posted by Chris Brown on December 2, 2013 – 1:57 am

The Bills had a chance to win their back and forth game with the Falcons Sunday at the Rogers Centre late in the fourth quarter and in overtime. But fumbles on back to back possessions ultimately led to a game-winning field goal for Atlanta. For Stevie Johnson and Scott Chandler the circumstances were tough to bear.

“It hurts,” said Chandler. “You hate to let the fans down and you really hate to let your teammates down.
But that’s part of the game. You want to make all the plays and you want to finish all the plays the right way. I just didn’t do it that time.

“It was a great throw by EJ [Manuel] out in front and I put the ball away. I didn’t get my hand underneath it enough and the guy hit it right on the ball and just knocked it loose. Really disappointing. Obviously you want to be able to protect the ball in that situation. And you want to make a play that helps your team win and not the play that really turns the tide to make your team lose.”

Stevie Johnson, whose fumble came late in regulation with the team within yards of a game-winning field goal attempt, took his miscue especially hard.

“Yeah, I was just running with the ball,” said Johnson. “I knew we were down there and had the game
sealed and he came from behind and made the play, a helluva play.”

 

We want to bring this town, this region the playoffs,” he said. “To know that kind of slipped away on that play is tough. But that’s part of what we do. We’re putting ourselves out there. If you want to be a guy who is making plays for your team then you’re going to have to deal with the disappointment when you don’t make a play.”


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Bills not sleeping on poor Falcons record

Posted by Chris Brown on November 27, 2013 – 12:41 pm

The Atlanta Falcons have lost eight of their last nine games including the last five in a row. They currently sit at 2-9 on the season and were the first NFC team eliminated from playoff contention. The Bills however, aren’t thinking they can just show up and win on Sunday.

“We know we’re going to get their best,” said Kraig Urbik. “They’re going to come out firing and they’re a good defense too. You look at the guys up front that they have and they have a really good talented defense so yeah their record might not be where they want it to be, but they’re going to come out firing when they come out to play us.”

“We have to approach like this team was in the NFC championship last year and they were in the game,” said Scott Chandler. “It was a good game, so they’re a very talented football team and we’ve got to approach it as they’re a good team.”

“If you look at their offense especially, because that’s what I can speak to, they’ve done  a lot of great things,” said Arthur Moats. “With Matt Ryan out there, he’s still making plays, even with them losing Julio and everything like that, Roddy, he’s still out there, you have to always account for him.  And their running game, between Steven Jackson and Jacquizz, that’s a really good one-two punch.”


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Welcome change: Bills convert 3rd & longs

Posted by Chris Brown on October 21, 2013 – 9:07 am

It wasn’t a perfect game on offense by any means. Yards were hard to come by on first and second down, but Buffalo was a respectable 9-for-19 on third downs for a conversion rate of 47 percent. That’s almost 15 percent above their season average (33.3%). Here’s why there success rate was higher Sunday.

Part of the reason was Buffalo’s ability to convert on some third and longs in the game. In fact four of Buffalo’s nine third down conversions were third and longs. Bills center Eric Wood gave a ton of credit to QB Thad Lewis.

“He did a great job again,” said Wood. “Composed, poised, made some plays in key situations. We were so bad on third and long coming into this game and he really made some plays on third and long, which was great.”

Lewis hit Fred Jackson early and he converted a 3rd-and-15 with a 21-yard catch and run on the team’s first series.

T.J. Graham converted a 3rd-and-17 with a 30-yard catch in the second quarter from Lewis.

Stevie Johnson converted a 3rd-and-7 with a seven-yard catch, then followed up with a conversion  of a 3rd-and-11 with an impressive spin move to elude a would be tackler to gain the extra necessary yards to move the sticks.

Scott Chandler converted a 3rd-and-9 with a 12-yard catch.

“It’s just a situation where we need to make plays,” said Johnson. “We’ve been pretty average on third downs. I don’t know if that play was on third down, but I feel like we’ve been pretty average.  We should be way better on third downs and I feel like I should be way better on third downs for the team.  Basically, we have to get back to the basics and working.”

Though it was only a 3rd-and-medium situation, Fred Jackson had the biggest third down conversion of the game when he ripped a run off right tackle on 3rd-and-4 for 10 yards with 2:37 left in the game.

Nevertheless seeing the Bills overcome long down and distance instead of the opposition was a welcome change.

“We had a lot of passes in the game plan this week, that’s a stout front,” said Wood. “We want to be an offense that’s not predictable. We’re trying to break some of our tendencies that we’ve built. We kind of threw out a bunch of different personnel groups. We gave them a bunch of different looks and we thought we had a lot of good matchups in the passing game. Obviously, when we got the runs called, we would have liked to have been more effective.  But we did throw the ball well at times and that was part of our game plan.”


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Tight ends have feasted on Dolphins

Posted by Chris Brown on October 20, 2013 – 10:50 am

Miami has not given up a passing touchdown to a wide receiver so far this season. While that might seem like an impressive statistic, they’ve been eaten alive by tight ends in their first five games.

Opposing tight ends have made 25 catches for 358 yards and 6 touchdowns in five games. So tight ends have accounted for six of the eight passing touchdowns scored on the Dolphins this season. Running backs scored the other two passing touchdowns against Miami.

That doesn’t speak well for Dolphins safeties Chris Clemons and Reshad Jones.

One has to think that the Bills will want to take advantage of those safeties with Scott Chandler, who has been very productive so far this season.


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Chandler TD mirror image of TD vs. Jets

Posted by Chris Brown on October 14, 2013 – 9:21 am

If the fourth quarter touchdown catch and run by tight end Scott Chandler looked familiar Sunday, it should. Chandler scored on the same exact play back in Week 3.

Chandler confirmed that his 22-yard touchdown reception against the Bengals was the same play call that he scored on against the Jets back in Week 3, when he took a catch in from 33 yards out.

“We knew that it was going to be a D-end covering me before I even turned,” said Chandler of the play. “It actually turned out being the exact same play and coverage I scored against the Jets on, we just flipped the field.”

Instead of lining up on the left side of the formation like he did against the Jets, he lined up on the right side and got the mismatch the Bills were looking for.


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Bills not big on winning time of possession

Posted by Chris Brown on September 9, 2013 – 1:23 pm

The New England Patriots won the time of possession battle in Sunday’s season opener with the Bills by better than 15 minutes. That’s more than a quarter’s worth of game clock as the Pats held onto the ball for 37:43 to Buffalo’s 22:17. But winning time of possession is not high on the Bills’ priority list. Moving the ball quickly and scoring points is the main aim.

Bills captain Eric Wood explained that based on their style of play on offense, winning time of possession could prove difficult.

“I don’t think we’re going to win a lot of time of possession battles this year and we’re fine with that,” said Wood. “We just need to run more plays. We would’ve liked to have their number of plays (89) (Sunday) and wear them down a little bit more because when we were able to put drives together I felt our tempo was great. But when we do go three and out our defense gets hung out to dry. But they’re in good condition too, they’re prepped for it. They know what’s going to happen.”

The key to maintain tempo on offense for the Bills are positive plays, completions in the pass game and no penalties. Third down conversions are obviously a part of that.

“I think the biggest thing is getting the first one of the drive,” said Scott Chandler of third down conversions. “Then you start to get the defense on their heels. We’ve got to be better. Obviously, we had some short ones that we didn’t convert.  We had some in key situations that we didn’t convert. If we could have sustained a drive or two in the second half I think it would have been a different game.”


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Manuel didn’t see much blitz

Posted by Chris Brown on September 9, 2013 – 11:58 am

The common philosophy by defensive coordinators is you should blitz rookie quarterbacks, but that was not the approach of the New England Patriots Sunday against EJ Manuel.

According to ProFootballFocus, the Patriots blitzed EJ Manuel on just six of his 32 drop backs in the game. Manuel was 3-6 passing for 29 yards on those six blitzes.

“I thought he was pretty phenomenal,” said Scott Chandler. “He protected the ball, threw the ball well. We left a couple of plays out there for him. That’s all you can ask of him. He threw a couple of touchdown passes, didn’t throw any picks, didn’t fumble the ball and made some good throws on third down that we can pull in. There were other plays out there. He made the throws, we’ve got to make the catches.”


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Chandler to get playing time Friday

Posted by Chris Brown on August 14, 2013 – 11:58 pm

Bills TE Scott Chandler was held out of the first preseason game as a precautionary measure coming off ACL reconstruction just eight months ago. But he’ll get some playing time Friday night against the Vikings.

That according to head coach Doug Marrone, who said he’ll have Chandler on a pitch count.

“I believe Scott Chandler will get some reps barring anything happening between now and (Friday night),” said Marrone. “So you’ll see him in there.”


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Getting feel for Chandler limited by reps

Posted by Chris Brown on August 13, 2013 – 2:48 pm

Bills TE Scott Chandler has made an impressive recovery from ACL surgery this past January. After missing all the spring practices the time period in which to make an evaluation on what Chandler does best in Nathaniel Hackett’s offense was shortened to just training camp and the preseason. Chandler was held out of the first preseason game, and his reps have been closely monitored in practice. It’s left the offensive coaches still evaluating how and where to best make use of Chandler’s talents.

“I think right now with where Chandler’s at, he’s done such a great job of getting back early, I think any time we get him out there it’s a bonus for everybody,” said Hackett, choosing to focus on the positive. “I think we’re never going to be in that situation where we’ve had enough because he hasn’t been out there 100 percent of the time but he’s coming along good also and we just have to try to keep increasing him, keep increasing him and see kind of that relationship with the quarterbacks and him. He’s come along nicely and I’m excited that he’s come back so early.”

Chandler did not dress for last Sunday’s preseason opener. Whether he dresses for Friday’s game won’t be announced by coach Marrone until after Wednesday night’s practice at the earliest. 


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Tight end play time with Chandler absent

Posted by Chris Brown on August 12, 2013 – 12:09 pm

The Bills did not have Scott Chandler make the trip to Indianapolis in the preseason opener as a precaution with the top tight end coming off ACL surgery in the offseason. Mike Caussin was also out with a hip injury. Here’s how the playing time for those behind him on the depth chart played out Sunday against the Colts.

Chris Gragg – 57 plays
Nick Provo – 32 plays
Lee Smith – 16 plays
Dorin Dickerson – 15 plays

Seeing the rookie Gragg get the most time is not very surprising. He had a pair of receptions for 14 yards in the game, which might not seem like much until you realize that he was asked to run block on 27 plays. Clearly the coaches wanted to get a gauge on his run blocking.

 


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No reps for C.J. in live scrimmage

Posted by Chris Brown on August 5, 2013 – 4:59 pm

The Bills are going to be smart with a few of their players in tonight’s live scrimmage portion of practice meaning a couple of their more notable players will not be participating.

Among them is C.J. Spiller, who will not get any work in the live scrimmage. He’ll participate in the portions of practice prior to the live scrimmage work, but not the plays that involve tackling to the ground.

Also not playing in the live scrimmage portion of practice are Scott Chandler and Mario Williams. Chandler is coming off a long offseason rehab and his reps in regular practice has been closely monitored. Williams is just working his way back into the practice setting coming off a sore foot.

Here is the list of injured players that will not suit up at all here on Monday night.

Stevie Johnson
Kevin Elliott
Justin Rogers
Duke Williams
Chris Hairston
Mike Caussin
Kyle Williams


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