Buffalo Bills Circling the Wagons: Doug Marrone, Chris Hairston


Jun 18, 2014; Buffalo, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone talks to rookie offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson (66) during the Bills Minicamp at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

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As with any time off and with any teacher, there is a concern that the students of said teacher will not retain what they are taught and the time spent coming back and getting back into the swing of things is wasted on relearning what was already taught and forgot.  Doug Marrone is no different in this case that a grade school teacher.  He spoke to the team about the importance of retention and what it means for them and the team. [SportsMedia101.com]

Chris Hairston is a guy that has a lot of potential.  The Bills drafted three offensive lineman in this years draft and with Cyrus Kounadjio likely taking the right tackle spot, Hairston has been moved on the inside and may need to perform there to make the team.  Hairston missed all of last year due to injury and with a weaker inside line at guard, Hairston could make a big difference in the run game inside the tackles.  Might be a good fit for the Bills.  [WGR550]

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