Dog Days Of Offseason Here
Where Will Henry End Up? With absolutely nothing going on this time of year in the NFL, it is a good time to bring up the big question, Where will Travis Henry be playing football this year? Titans coach Jeff Fisher told Sirius NFL Radio that he is still interested in Henry but the Bills don't appear to be ready to move him. The Jaguars is another possibility as Fred Taylor said the injury suffered late last season is worse than the Jags are saying. Will he stay in Buffalo? Most likely not. Let us know what you think take our poll on the front page.
Saturday June 25, 2005
Gomez Released: The Bills have decided to cut ties with NFL Europe tight end Mike Gomez. He was the third leading receiver for his team overseas and a long snapper. His release must mean the team feels good about their depth in both areas despite being plagued by injuries at the positions. Depth Chart.
Friday June 24, 2005
Dog Days Here: This is the time of year in the NFL that is really an off season. The six weeks between the end of the OTAs and the start of training camp have all the players go off in different directions. They are expected to stay in shape but they are also taking time off to re-energize their batteries for the grind of training camp. Hard working coaches also are taking time off. We at Bills Daily will be here as always with tidbits, story links, and other news as it happens.
Tuesday June 21, 2005
Bills TV Preseason Schedule Set: Like last year, The NFL Network will carry all preseason games that are not on national television. That is 55 games this season. They will show all four Bills preseason games on tape delay. The Aug. 13th opener against Indianapolis will be seen on Wed. Aug. 17th at 3pm. The Aug. 20th game against Green Bay will be seen on Mon. Aug. 22nd at 4pm. The Aug. 26th game against Chicago will be seen the following day at 1pm. The Sept. 2nd preseason finale against Detroit will be seen on Sun. Sept. 4th at 2pm.
Monday June 20, 2005
Injury Update: The Bills have several injured players that are rehabbing and it will be interesting to see how far along they are when they report to training camp on July 29th. Among the injured players are TEs Tim Euhus and Mark Campbell. If one or both of them don't make it all the way back, there will be a serious void at the position. At this point it appears they will be ready to go, but will they be full strength. Other injured players to watch include Jon Dorenbos, Ross Tucker, and Kevin Thomas. If they struggle to get their "sea legs" during camp it will open up doors for other players including NFL Europe's Mike Gomez who proved he can play tight end as well as long snap when he was third on his team in receptions across the pond. Injury Page.
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