Buffalo Bills Cirling the Wagons: Training Camp, Playoffs


Jun 18, 2014; Buffalo, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins (14) runs a pass route during the Bills Minicamp at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Monday Everyone! Hope your weekend was well.  Start of training camp began yesterday! Football is back.

We start today’s links with the FanSided All Division Team Tournament.  You guys helped to vote in Watkins and Woods and now we need your help as a division to get past the AFC West.  Come on out and vote and if you have already voted, share with your friends and get them to vote as well.  Get your 7 Bills to the next round.  [Fansided] 

More from Buffalo Bills News

To start training camp, Cordy Glenn is the biggest name that is on the physically unable to participate list.  Glenn is dealing with an undisclosed illness and is labeled as being day to day right now by Bills GM Doug Whaley.  As training camp opened, Seantrel Henderson is the one that got the first team reps and it looks to stay that way at this point.  [WGR 550]

When training camp opened yesterday, the Buffalo Bills came to camp in style. Here are the top five flashiest cars and their drivers to ride into camp this past weekend. [Syracuse.com]

Kiko Alonso torn his ACL while working out in Oregon on July 1st.  He was placed on the Active/Non-Football Injury List and had surgery to repair his knee on Friday, July 18th.  It was a successful surgery.  Alonso is expected to miss the entire 2014 season.  [Syracuse.com]

Doug Marrone and the Bills made moves to bring in talent to help E.J. Manuel.  Mike Williams and Sammy Watkins look to add another dimension to a struggling offense from last year.  [Syracuse.com]

Doug Whaley was vocal this weekend stating that the Bills “owe it to the fans” to be a playoff team.  I know it has been 14 years, if the Bills don’t make the playoffs this year, improvement is what I am looking for as a fan.  If I see improvement within the team as a whole and the playoffs are in sight for next year, then great. If the Bills make the playoffs this year, fantastic.  Improvement is the determining factor for me.  [Sports Illustrated]