Found June 02, 2012 on
Though the Buffalo Bills had an offense that was ranked first for several weeks in 2011, it was their much improved defense that stole this show the first week of OTAs in 2012.
Sure, quarterbacks coach David Lee was tweeting about the "confidence in Fitz's eyes" and the receiving corps looked deep even with their leader, Stevie Johnson, nursing a surgically-repaired groin in street clothes, but it was the defense that provided the most promising news after the first week.
First year Bills defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt may have been sporting a neck brace this week after minor surgery (he's had neck problems since 1974, when he was drafted by the Packers and spent his only NFL season on the injured reserve), but that didn't mean he was interested in talking about last year's injury plagued campaign, instead focusing on the potential he's seeing for the upcoming season.
After a 2011 campaign that saw Buffalo ranked in the basement defensively ...
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The Buffalo Bills had nothing to lose by signing Shawne Merriman off waivers in 2010, but have yet to see "Lights Out" put together a successful full season.
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Bills quarterback Tyler Thigpen said he has not participated in the last two days of OTAs this week according to Chris Brown of Buffalobills.com. Ive got a small tear in my abdominal, Thigpen said. Its about a centimeter. Ive been dealing with it, but weve got to rest it and get it right. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
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