Tuesday, May 31, 2005


It has been nothing but praise around the locker room for young gun, J.P. Losman. The praise is mostly coming from veterans. They have been noticing Losman's maturity on and off the field.

It is the way Losman carries himself that the team likes the most. He has confidence in his athletic ability and his cannon like arm. Losman has the confidence to lead this team and the players are eager to follow.

Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Drawing Interest

There are three teams right now that are interested in Bills running back Travis Henry. The Eagles carried interest in Henry ever since Terrell Owens hold out began, and would like to have a back field with as many swing pass catching running backs as possible.

Another team that has interest is the Titans. I don’t really understand the Titans purpose for Henry since they already have Brown. Lastly the Jags are looking into Henry incase Fred Taylor’s knee does not recover.

Monday, May 23, 2005

The Protoype

As wide receiver Eric Moulds enters into his 11th season as loyal Buffalo Bill, the man still remains one of the most talented players in the league at his respective position. He has excellent size and all-around athleticism. Although he's he has lost a step over the years, Moulds still has above average speed.

Mould’s also has great upper body strength that will help him to beat jams at the line of scrimmage. Let us not forget about his route running capability that he uses to create separation. Mould’s in my eyes is an all around prototype receiver that will make J.P Losman look like a star.

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

The Replacements

from Foxsports.com
QB Kelly Holcomb looks like he'll be a solid backup and mentor to first-year starter J.P. Losman. Holcomb threw the ball well and showed a good command of the offense during the team's recent minicamp.

He doesn't have a gun like Losman, but Holcomb gets the ball where it needs to be and makes sound decisions.

Holcomb poses no threat to Losman's hold on the starting job, but the team says having a backup with Holcomb's experience, knowledge and professional approach to the game will assist in Losman's development as a player and leader.

Monday, May 09, 2005


from Foxsports.com
Rookie WR Roscoe Parrish made a very good impression on teammates and the coaching staff. He showed off his great speed and playmaking skills. Despite his size, the 5-9, 170-pound Parrish is a tough guy and is not afraid to go over the middle. He also raised eyebrows by fighting for jump balls and making catches over taller cornerbacks. So far, Parrish has been everything the team envisioned when it drafted him in the second round. He still has a lot to learn as far as reading coverages and beating jams off the line of scrimmage, but he is such an explosive vertical threat that he will create matchup problems as a slot receiver.