Buffalo Bills Circling The Wagons: Mario Williams, Cordy Glenn


Jul 21, 2014; Pittsford, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive line Mario Williams (94) signs autographs after training camp at St John Fisher College. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

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Mario Williams has been dubbed ‘Super Mario’, and when he signed with the Bills, fans were excited to have a high profile player come to a small market team.  It provided hope that things were going to change.  Even with Super Mario’s numbers, the Bills still struggled.  Williams doesn’t pay to much attention to stats, he pays more attention to the wins and loses.  Stats by a single player doesn’t win games, teams win games.  ‘Super’ or not, Williams is only one man. [thespec.com]

Cordy Glenn has missed training camp so far due to an illness.  This same illness was said to keep Chris Hairston out the entire year last year.  Cordy Glenn, although has been given a time frame as to when he should be expected back and by the start of the season is what everyone is looking at.  Glenn should be ready to go by the end of training camp, but what will that do with the offensive line and the cohesion that is required to be successful.  [Syracuse.com]

Madden 15 has been releasing their player rankings with the top 5 players from each position.  One of our defensive lineman made the cut and ranked 4th overall in madden with a 95 overall.  Come check out who is in the top 5.  [BuffaloBills.com]

The safety position is a hole that needs to be filled when Jairus Byrd decided to part ways with the Bills and it is one of the bigger question marks for the Bills.  So far, it seems that there are two players competing for that spot; Da’Norris Searcy and Duke Williams.  Searcy got a lot of playing last year, while Byrd held out and played in a number of different scenarios and positions on the field.  Coming into the second week of training camp he is the one lining up at free safety with the first team.  Is it his to lose? [Democrat and Chronicle]