Buffalo Bills Circling The Wagons – May 14th Edition


The Buffalo Bills have made some roster moves as their first week in May, with condition workouts begins to come to an end.  They brought in Rex Ryan favorite John Conner, the Terminator Killer, and released Corey Knox.  Ryan also made some comments and had a press conference yesterday and was asked about the punishment that Tom Brady and the Patriots received for their involvement in Deflategate.  

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Top of the heap or bust for Bills special teams

"Last year Buffalo’s special teams made an enormous surge up the rankings board finishing second overall in the league in 2014 after a disappointing finish near the bottom in 2013. The Bills made offseason investments for special teams last year signing veteran stalwarts inBoobie Dixon and Corey Graham. The pair delivered helping to galvanize the unit. Now with a couple of more offseason additions Danny Crossman’s unit is out for the top spot in the league in 2015."

Ryan chimes in on Patriots discipline

"“No matter who is there, we’re playing the Patriots Week Two and they’re playing us. (Bill) Belichick is going to bring his team in and he’s going to have them prepared. I’ll promise you I’m going to have our team prepared as well. That’s really what I think about it. All the particulars and all that stuff, I really haven’t given any thought to it,” said Ryan."

Bills sign former Jets FB John Conner

"The Buffalo Bills signed fullback John Conner, the team announced Wednesday. Conner visited Buffalo Tuesday and the two sides eventually came to an agreement.  Conner’s signing once again reunites the six-year veteran with head coach Rex Ryan. Conner began his career in 2010 with the New York Jets, then under the direction of Ryan. He stayed with the team until they elected not to re-sign him following the 2012 season."

NFL concussion settlement: Former Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers lineman Craig Heimburger

"The first notice of appeal has been filed in an attempt to halt the planned $1 billion settlement of NFL concussion lawsuits. Lawyers for former player Craig Heimburger say they’ll ask a federal appeals court to review a judge’s decision last month to approve the deal. An NFL website shows Heimburger played 13 games from 1999 to 2001 with the Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers."

EJ Manuel praises “nasty” Buffalo Bills offence

"Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel is excited by his side’s offense ahead of the new season. New coach Rex Ryan has added a host of new offensive stars, including running back LeSean McCoy, and Manuel believes that they can become one of the best offensive sides in the NFL."

Buffalo Bills Birthdays Today:

# 35 – Bryce Brown – Running Back

Previous May Birthdays:

Jimmy Gaines – 5/11/2015

Karlos Williams – 5/4/2015

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