Posted August 14, 2012 on AP on Fox
Buffalo Bills safety George Wilson's eyes light up when reminded of the time coach Chan Gailey asserted himself in the face of hecklers at the close of his first training camp two years ago. For a hard-luck team searching for direction and identity, Gailey's message was welcome. He informed the hecklers that if they ''dog'' one player, they dog all of them. It makes no difference to Wilson that the target of the hecklers, former starting quarterback Trent Edwards, is long gone. Gailey's comments still resonate to Wilson and Bills veterans two years later as the team prepares to close training camp in suburban Rochester. No longer regarded as pushovers, the Bills are confident they're capable of taking the next step in transforming themselves into winners this season.

2012 Buffalo Bills Training Camp Report: The Dwarf Trainer & So Many D-Bags

We sent BC Assistant Editor Rob to Pittsford, NY last night for a Buffalo Bills training camp report and the guy comes back with a camera loaded with the Bills trainer dwarf and dirty d-bags. That’s why we show up at these training camps. The d-bags hear ‘FREE’ and it instantly becomes a place to out d-bag each other. As for the dwarf trainer, that’s Chris Fischetti. He’s...

Spiller must find ways to get on the field for Bills

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Buffalo Bills Release Lineman Mike Jasper

The biggest gamble of the 2011 NFL Draft has not paid off for the Buffalo Bills, who have released offensive lineman Mike Jasper. The Bills used a seventh-round pick last year on Jasper, a 6' 4", 450-pound two-way player out of tiny Bethel College in Tennessee. He was only on the active roster for one game last season, during which he never took the field. After spending...

Back still a bother for Bills DT Torell Troup

When Torell Troup elected to have back surgery in December, the Buffalo Bills defensive tackle thought it would help further his career. Some eight months later, he isn't so sure it was the right idea. Troup acknowledged this week he's had second thoughts about why he had the operation in which two discs were fused to repair a minor fracture in his spine. The trouble is...

Buffalo Bills release OL Michael Jasper

The Buffalo Bills have released offensive lineman and former seventh-round pick Michael Jasper three weeks into training camp. Listed at 6-foot-4 and 375 pounds, Jasper spent much of his rookie season last year on the Bills practice squad before being activated for the final game. Jasper was regarded as a raw, untested talent, when the Bills took a slight gamble in drafting him...

Buffalo Bills: Scott Chandler Getting No NFL Respect

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Training Camp Edition: Buffalo Bills Style

It was a beautiful summer night Saturday at the campus of St John Fisher College.  Football was in the air and the fans were in full attendance.  The wife and I made our yearly trek down the 90 from Buffalo to the Bills training camp.  For those who haven’t made the trip it is something any Bills fan should do.  The Bills really have things there down pat.  The setup is great...

Buffalo Bills: Preseason Game 1 Recap

After the first preseason game of the 2012-2013 season, the Buffalo Bills showed us one thing: They’re not ready yet.  Not even close. In the opening loss to the Redskins, the Bills had 14 penalties for 134 yards. The funny thing is that if Ryan Lindell didn’t miss a 22-yard field goal, the Bills would’ve won the game.  You can try and argue by saying, “Big deal...

Buffalo Bills Training Camp Battles: Arthur Moats Vs. Kirk Morrison

Photo Courtesy of When the Buffalo Bills faced off against the Washington Redskins Thursday night to kick off their 2012-2013 campaign, Arthur Moats surprisingly earned the starting nod at outside linebacker over the veteran Kirk Morrison. Moats, a former sixth-round draft pick in 2010 out of James Madison was originally drafted with the hopes of him converting to...

Marcel Dareus believes the Bills have the best defensive line in the NFL

AP Photo Buffalo Bills defensive tackle told Adam Schein on Sirius XM NFL Radio that he believes they’ll have the best defensive line in the NFL this season. Great spot with Dareus. I think the Bills will have the best defensive line in the NFL this year. — Adam Schein (@AdamSchein) August 13, 2012 I completely disagree with Dareus.  Teams like the New York Giants and Philadelphia...

5 Keys For Buffalo Bills To Dethrone The New England Patriots In AFC East

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