Posts Tagged ‘Buffalo Bills’

Steelers look for more from Markus Wheaton

In today’s Three and Out: Markus Wheaton will have a bigger role in 2014; the Bears need someone to fill a backup RB role.

Cowboys, Giants added to list of Chris Johnson suitors

In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson already has a sizable list of suitors and Mike Williams has found a new home.

Jadeveon Clowney draws large NFL audience to pro day

All 32 NFL teams were represented at South Carolina’s pro day, including such dignitaries as the head coaches of the Houston Texans (Bill O’Brien) and Jacksonville Jaguars (Gus Bradley), as well as the general managers of the Jaguars (David Caldwell), Buffalo Bills (Doug Whaley) and Oakland Raiders (Reggie McKenzie). The very well-attended pro day was held Wednesday outdoors and run on grass inside Williams-Brice Stadium, which was opened up for fans to come and watch the workouts. Jadeveon Clowney, DE (6-foot-5 5/8, 266 pounds) — Clowney stood on his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine (where he posted the top 40-yard dash time — 4.53 seconds — among defensive linemen), and looked very good in the positional drills. He moves […]

Khalil Mack’s tour de force toward draft continues at pro day

Khalil Mack‘s emphatic march toward a top-10 selection in the 2014 NFL Draft continues to gain steam. At Buffalo’s pro day on Tuesday, the outside linebacker put forth a tremendous workout, which was held indoors at the Buffalo Bills’ facility. Representatives from 32 NFL teams attended the pro day, and Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine and Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie were among the notable attendees. Mack, who weighed in at 252 pounds, ran the 40-yard dash in 4.55 seconds (he only ran the 40 once), which topped the 4.65 official time that he ran at the NFL Scouting Combine. He worked out both in space and with his hand in the ground, and blew people away with his […]

New Lions OC out to help Matthew Stafford succeed

In today’s Three and Out: Drew Brees thinks Matthew Stafford will improve under his new O.C.; Kirk Cousins says he’s open to being traded.

Former scout: C.J. Spiller ‘can’t be a workhorse back’

In today’s Three and Out: Is C.J. Spiller suited to be a workhorse back? Jordan Reed earns rave reviews from his new offensive coordinator.

Bucs want to get Vincent Jackson more catches

In today’s Three and Out: Vincent Jackson could see more WR targets this week; Could you say the same for C.J. Spiller? Don’t count on it.

C.J. Spiller could rest in Week 8

In today’s Three and Out: C.J. Spiller could get a much-needed rest and Doug Martin could be back sooner than expected.

Browns QB Brian Hoyer has torn ACL

In today’s Three and Out: A pair of quarterbacks go down in Thursday Night Football and Stevan Ridley isn’t looking good for Week 5.

Amendola, Gronkowski likely out for Patriots

In today’s Three and Out; Tom Brady’s receiving targets are getting thinner; C.J. Spiller has new (old) company in the Bills backfield.

Robert Griffin III cleared to play … but will he?

In today’s Three and Out: Robert Griffin III has been cleared, but no word on whether he’ll start Week 1; the Raiders haven’t named a starter — but for a vastly different reason.

Competition is strong for Seahawks No. 2 RB job

In today’s Three and Out: There’s a battle to see who will back up Marshawn Lynch and it’s looking more likely that Jeff Tuel starts Week 1.

Jeff Tuel ready to go for Bills … if needed

In today’s Three and Out: Jeff Tuel could be Buffalo’s Week 1 starter, or he could not be. Carolina puts Jonathan Stewart on the PUP list.

Bills plan to work C.J. Spiller

In today’s Three and Out: C.J. Spiller is going to run, run and run some more in Buffalo while Chris Ivory won’t be running any time soon for the Jets.

Training Camp: Unneccessary quarterback controversies

Quarterback uncertainty can be tough for a team this time of year.  Just ask Michael Vick, who plead, very publicly, with coach Chip Kelly to cut the Eagles’ quarterback contest short for the good of the team. Does Vick have a point? No team entering camp with a quarterback controversy in 2013 was particularly great on offense in 2013. With a prolonged battle at the most important position on the field, the other ten offensive starters only stand to lose valuable practice time. That problem only worsens if there’s a clear-cut favorite at quarterback on the roster right now. The Eagles have a serious quarterback competition, but the same can’t be said for other squads around the NFL. With that in […]

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