Here are your daily happens for the Buffalo Bills around the news world. Mario Williams, a domed stadium, and the Bills offense are on tap today.
Mario Williams joined the Buffalo Bills back on the field for their fifth session of OTAs. His return is great news after having a procedure done on his hip over the off-season. He has had a slow start during the OTAs up to this point, but after being checked out by team doctors and trainers, he was back and ready to go. This is very good for the Bills and Mario Williams. Mario Williams should be back into game day shape soon and ready to make this defensive line the best in the business. [WGR550]
We are still watching to see if there are any other front runners for the buying and selling of Ralph Wilson Stadium. As well as what will come with the purchase. Will the Bills stay in Buffalo, and will it take a new stadium somewhere in WNY to keep them here? Golisano is still in the mix and pushing hard to keep the Bills in Buffalo and put up a new stadium. [Democrat and Chronicle]
The Buffalo Bills ran 69.8 plays per game last year. This was only third to the Broncos and Patriots. The no-huddle offense is one to push the envelope on speed and a quick offense. The Bills are looking to get even quicker this year. Sammy Watkins helping that along? [ProFootballTalk]
With the Safety position all but wrapped up, will Aaron Williams be in his normal spot as a strong safety or will they move him to free safety with the likes of Duke Williams, Da’Norris Searcy, and Jonathan Meeks fighting for the one spot? Williams an interchangeable safety at this point? [Buffalowdown]
Will a new Stadium be enough to keep the Bills in Buffalo? What about a domed stadium? I think that a domed stadium will take away the atmosphere of what Bills football is all about. I am all for a new stadium and with the Super Bowls now available to any stadium, building a domed stadium in Buffalo is the wrong move for everyone involved. [ProFootballTalk]