Found November 10, 2011 on Billboard:
---Aaron Williams’ homecoming may coincide with his return to the Buffalo Bills lineup. Coach Chan Gailey said the rookie cornerback from Texas looked good on Thursday during his first day of contact since suffering a collarbone injury during the Bills 34-31 victory over New England in Week 3. Williams was limited in practice the last two days. “I feel great out there,’’ said Williams, who missed the last five games. “It was my first contact and there was a little pain in there but I’ll fight through it. You never want to rush an injury but at the same time my pride is also in with it. Whatever my role is this week I’m going to play it to the best of my ability.’’ Williams grew up in Round Rock, Texas, a three-hour drive from Texas Stadium where the Bills visit the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. His return could depend on how quickly he picks up the game plan before Sunday. “Aaron Williams had a good day,’’ Gailey said. “He’s continuing to come along. He may get to play this week, h

Gailey, offense pick up pieces

Bills coach Chan Gailey said he's not worried about quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick rebounding from Sunday's loss to the New York Jets. Said Gailey: "I think he will. I don’t think there’s any question. He’s already done that this year and I think he will continue to do it. If that was my biggest problem, I wouldn’t have any problems." Gailey was asked whether...

Gailey’s QB approach unchanged

Here’s a quote about Chan Gailey from a certain Ivy League quarterback. “I learned a tremendous among from him and I had an opportunity to start a few of the games when he was our head coach. I just remember him being someone that was so supportive of me being a guy in a backup role coming in to start and creating an environment for me where I could be successful and our team...

Kyle having surgery

Chan Gailey confirmed that Kyle Williams is having surgery today on his ailing foot. Williams was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

Cowboys' Jones regrets firing Gailey, who won't dwell on past

Players and coaches came and went in Dallas in the late 1990s. Looking back, owner Jerry Jones regrets firing coach Chan Gailey, feelings that have likely intensified this season as he watches Buffalo's revival.

Gailey has no hard feelings toward Jones

Chan Gailey won’t have any hard feelings with him when he leads the surprising Buffalo Bills into Cowboys Stadium this weekend. The soft-spoken Georgian had the shortest tenure of any coach in Dallas Cowboys history, guiding the team for two seasons in the late 1990s. The Cowboys made the playoffs both seasons, but that didn’t stop Jerry Jones from firing Gailey after the 1999...

Stevie sick, prob for Sunday

Bills WR Stevie Johnson missed Friday’s practice due to illness. Johnson showed up at One Bills Drive, got some medication and went home to rest up according to head coach Chan Gailey. “Stevie was sick today, but he’s probable,” said Gailey.

Cowboys face former coach Chan Gailey, Bills

The Bills sit atop the AFC East and are hoping to stop a losing streak as the Cowboys try to take advantage.

Levitre likely back at LT

On Wednesday Chris Hairston took his fair share of reps as the starting left tackle, but that changed on Thursday. Hairston was behind Levitre at left tackle in the rotation Thursday. No word if Hairston sustained a setback, but it has head coach Chan Gailey leaning toward starting Levitre on the blind side for the third straight week Sunday. “If I had to guess right now I’d...

Chan(ge) of Scenery

Chan Gailey was fired after two playoff seasons in Dallas back in 1999. But while he brings his 5-3 Bills to Cowboys Stadium, he doesn't seem to have any ill feelings toward the organization or owner Jerry Jones.

Fan Friday 11-11

First, a salute to all our veterans on this Fan Friday. Thanks for your service. It does not go unappreciated. Now on to your questions from 1 - Why are the Bills not throwing the ball down field? They would open up the run game with some long pass plays. Even when they have a 3rd and 5+ they are throwing 2 or 3 yard passes. Teams will be looking at this and...
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