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It’s the time in the NFL season where the rookies find out what being a professional is all about. NFL clubs have four games to play, when the college season has a three week layoff until the bowl seasons begins. It’s an adjustment physically for most rookies.
“I can’t speak for the other rookies, but I’m feeling that wall getting close,” said Marcell Dareus. ”The regular season in college is over with and it’s Week 14 in the NFL and oh man it’s taking a toll. Trying to stay fresh is tough. Old injuries just keep recurring and your body just hurts.”
A lot of players take on the mantra of rise and grind, but in the NFL it takes on a whole new meaning for young players.
“Oh my gosh,” said Dareus. ”That’s an understatement.”
Head coach Chan Gailey however, doesn’t believe it’s even an issue.
“I’ve never really given that much thought because we don’t really have as many reps in practice as they did in college,” he said. ”I think when you combine the reps in the gam
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“You’d have liked to (run more), but he touched the ball in the second half on the second and third series and touched it a couple of times on each, but we were so far behind...
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“We’ll see that this week,” said Gailey. ”We’re going to get him in there this week. He’ll be left tackle.”
Just how much action Bell sees is unclear, but it’s obvious...
Ending a five-game losing streak is naturally the first order of business for the Bills as they head to San Diego this weekend. If they can do that the players know it’s step one toward achieving what is quickly becoming the primary goal for the team.
Head coach Chan Gailey said on Monday that there’s a sense of urgency to get that accomplished with four games to play.
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“He will not practice today,” said Gailey. ”He’s going to try to continue to get treatment and maybe be on the field for a little bit (Thursday). It was a lot more encouraging than it was two days ago.”
Chandler, who suffered an ankle injury last Sunday...
The Bills are still mathematically alive for the playoffs, but they hold no key tiebreakers with any of the AFC opponents within striking distance. Knowing the postseason appears to be a long shot, the coaching staff has the added challenge of getting players up and play for pride, and in some cases for jobs.
“You have to tell guys what you’re trying to get done,” said Chan...
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey is not optimistic either tight end Scott Chandler or rookie cornerback Aaron Williams will play at San Diego this weekend.