Jan 13, 2013; Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes (55) reacts during the third quarter against the Houston Texans at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Circling the Wagons: Brandon Spikes, Jim Kelly, OTAs


Here are today’s links to some of your Buffalo Bills information.

We start today off with Brandon Spikes, making a bold statement; “We are gonna shock the world”. OTAs must be going this well for a statement like this to come out of camp.  You can not not get pump with this type of info coming from camp.  Brandon SPikes was a great addition to the linebacking corps and will bring a lot of intensity to the defense as well.  Look out, the Bills are going to “shock the world”! [NFL.com]

Jim Kelly has been in the news a lot lately, both good and bad.  Jim Kelly has been released from the hospital and is home.  Nothing better to hear for the long time face of the franchise than he is headed home after his final treatment of radiation that took place 10 days ago.  He total time for treatment was about 6 weeks.  Never wish this on anyone.  [Buffalo News]

The third round of OTAs have begun for the Bills and the are again voluntary.  7 teams started mandatory mini camps this week.  Buffalo will start their mandatory mini camp next week that will span 3 days.  Four players were not at OTAs today, Kyle Williams, Mike Williams, Doug Legursky, and Anthony Dixon.  All three had undisclosed injuries.  [BuffaloBills.com]

With sports come injuries as well.  The Buffalo Bills suffered two injuries during Monday’s OTAs.  The OTAs are 4 days long this week.  Marquise Goodwin suffered a knee injury after diving for a ball.  The other player was rookie defensive end Bryan Johnson, who was carted off the field with a left leg injury. Johnson also missed two days last week to an undisclosed injury. [ESPN]

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