Jul 21, 2014; Pittsford, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz watches play during training camp at St John Fisher College. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Circling the Wagons: Jim Schwartz, Wide 9

The weekend is upon us.  Happy Friday Everyone! Here are your daily links for the Buffalo Bills.

The Buffalo Bills are in the process of selling to a new owner.  With speculation of who it could be, the question that keeps coming up is will the new owner move them.  The Lt. Governor, Robert Duffy, spoke out in favor of the Bills staying in Buffalo and stated that anyone that is looking to move the Bills will have a fight on their hands.  [WIVB.com]

Robert Woods had a good season for a rookie wide receiver that had to deal with a turn-style of quarterbacks, but is looking forward to the second year of his career and what he can do better and where he will succeed.  Bills beat reporter, Chris Brown, joined the John Murphy Show and updated everyone on the news from training camp.  [BuffaloBills.com]

On a side note, and just so we can get Marcell Dareus in the links again, he passed his physical and will joined the team on the field today.  [FanSided]

For the first time, we got to see a glimpse into the defensive scheme that Jim Schwartz is bringing to the Buffalo Bills.  There is no defining name for the scheme but it will be an attacking, multidimensional scheme that is opponent related.  It could be considered a “Wide 9″ scheme but Schwartz says that everyone in the league runs a “wide 9″ scheme it may not be defined as that.  The Bills will run a “Wide 9″ when it suits them  but by no means will it define their defensive system as a whole.  [Buffalo Rumblings]

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