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A person familiar with the decision says Buffalo Bills receiver Brad Smith has restructured the final two years of his contract to have a better shot at making the roster.
The person said Monday the new deal provides the Bills additional salary-cap space and also better reflects Smith's production over his first two seasons in Buffalo. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team has not announced the move, and Smith did not reveal the reason behind it.
The National Football Post first reported Smith had restructured his contract on Sunday.
Smith is a seven-year veteran, who also doubles as a kickoff returner and wildcat quarterback specialist. He signed a four-year, $15 million contract with the Bills in free agency in July 2011.
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We won’t be recapping every 2013 Buffalo Bills training camp practice, but since tonight was the first one, let’s look at some notes. Despite what the trolls say, it’s perfectly fine to enjoy the start of the NFL. Away we go:
-Mario Williams missed practice with a sore foot.
-The team jumped quickly into a fly route drill. EJ Manuel reportedly throw some nice deep balls, and...
Although it’s early Kevin Kolb has shown much more rust than expected at Bills’ training camp according to an NFL.com report
“Kolb, who again got the first-team nod and more practice reps, looked at times like he was trying to complete passes to the water cooler on the sideline,” The Buffalo News wrote about Monday’s practice.-NFL.com July 30
The veteran QB must play better...
Mario Williams was held out of the Buffalo Bills' first training camp practice Sunday night after complaining of a sore foot.
Coach Doug Marrone provided few details regarding the nature of the injury. He wouldn't say which foot Williams had hurt or how and when it happened.
''Mario reported to our athletic training staff that he had a sore foot,'' Marrone...
The first night of training camp is in the books! Unfortunately, I could not be in attendance for the practice, but the Bills’ Twitter feed and website did a great job of keeping fans posted on practice. Here are some news and notes on Buffalo’s first training camp practice.
No Super Mario
Mario Williams did not take part in Sunday night’s practice due to a sore foot. Buffalo...
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The Buffalo Bills held defensive end Mario Williams out of
yesterday’s practice session due to a sore foot, according to The Associated Press.
Prior to last night’s session, Williams told the Bills that
he was dealing with a sore foot. Following practice, coach Doug Marrone told
reporters of the incident, but didn’t mention the severity of the injury or how
it was sustained...
C.J. Spiller carried 207 times for 1,244 yards for the Bills last season, but new coaches in Buffalo think Spiller can do so much more.
Rookie Bills head coach Doug Marrone plans to emphasize the running game, and specifically Spiller. Marrone told the Bills official website that Spiller could rush for 2,000 yards.
“My philosophy has always been that if someone starts off...
With training camp set to begin tonight, the Buffalo Bills added Antoine Caldwell, a guard, and Tony Hills, a tackle/guard, to shore up their offensive line depth.
Antoine Caldwell, who played at Alabama, was drafted by the Texans in the 3rd round of the 2009 draft. Caldwell was exclusively a right guard for the Texans, and served mostly in a reserve roll, although did have 19 starts...
This season is believed to be all about rebuilding a franchise in Buffalo, but that doesn’t mean the team won’t be focused on winning games in 2013. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. The Bills want to win games as they rebuild their roster, and winning in the NFL starts with the quarterback.
To that end, the Bills aren’t concerned with which of their quarterbacks is younger...
Bills defensive end Mario Williams hasn’t practiced since training camp opened. He’s currently being held out because of a foot injury.
According to Tim Graham of the Buffalo News, Williams left the Bills training camp site to get his foot checked out even further.
“He’s going to be evaluated by our doctors, so he’s off campus being evaluated,” said Bills head coach...
Right now, the Bills' highest paid player, Mario Williams, is not participating in practices with the team, and that's cause for some concern and stress, especially if you happen to be the head coach of said team. Still, it's a little disconcerting to see Doug Marrone so upset about a predictable line of questioning regarding the team's star defensive end.
Over the weekend, Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams
was sidelined during the team’s practice session with a foot injury. At the
time, the Bills didn’t have much to say regarding the injury, but they
indicated that it wasn’t believed to be significant. It turns out that there
may be some concern surrounding the foot ailment, as Williams was sent away
from the training...
BY DAN BEGNOCHEAccording to multiple reports from the second day of Bills training camp, rookie E.J. Manuel may have gained some ground on veteran Kevin Kolb in the team's quarterback competition.One person you can be sure who noticed is coach Doug Marrone.While the new coach has been spending much of his time with the offensive line thus far, his focus won't be fully diverted...
Heading into the 2012 season, the Buffalo Bills were being picked by many as a surprise playoff team. Their offense seemed to have big play potential with the likes of Stevie Johnson at wide receiver, and Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller at running back. On the defensive side of the ball, the Bills looked to sure things up with the signing of former #1 overall pick Mario Williams...