Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Welcome Anderson!

From BuffaloBills.com:

The Bills have agreed to terms with defensive tackle Tim Anderson, the team's third round selection in the 2004 NFL Draft and the 74th player taken overall. A three-year starter at Ohio State, Anderson established himself as the team's inside anchor, starting 36 of 44 games in his career, totaling 125 tackles (65 solos) with 11 sacks for minus 61 yards. Anderson becomes the fourth of the Bills six 2004 draft picks to agree on a contract with the team, joining TE Tim Euhus, OT Dylan McFarland, and Jonathan Smith as the others.


Welome to all new members of the Bills!!!











Friday, July 16, 2004

Hopes for the New Season

One of the main changes this season is Jim McNally's return as a line coach for The Bills. Here's what The Bills official website said about him:

Jim McNally has returned to his roots in Western New York and enters training camp working to turn around an offensive line that gave up 49 sacks last season. He also faces the challenge of molding together a new group of men after the departure of guard Ruben Brown to the Chicago Bears.
He will have the task of helping to select a starting left guard between candidates Ross Tucker, Mike Pucillo, and Marques Sullivan, but McNally's track record proves he's up to the task. He has had success every place he has coached from college to the NFL.

Lets hope that his experience makes this season the best ever!!

Thursday, July 15, 2004

Brand New Bills Blog

Thanks for stopping by my new Bills site. It's not quite up and running yet, but come back soon!!!