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Buffalo Bills News - August 24, 2016

Marker 2016 Training Camp Awards [1:38 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'He didn’t miss a practice and didn’t take a rep off. Preston Brown was sitting in the middle of Buffalo’s defense from the time of the first OTA practice session to the end of training camp. A player who now looks well versed in the defensive scheme is also a linebacker projected for stardom by Assistant head coach Rob Ryan.

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August 23, 2016

Marker Bills' Henderson overcomes early doubts in returning to practice [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Early on, I had some of those doubts," Henderson told reporters after the Bills' final practice of training camp at St. John Fisher College. "I didn't know exactly what the future had set for me. I just kept doing everything that the doctor said, eating right and just moving forward getting back ready to on the field."'

Marker Day 16 Bills Training Camp Observations: Incognito returns, Jones watches [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"You know, any time you get hurt in camp and you’re taking some time off, guys are on you and they’ve been on me nonstop," Incognito said. "So, it’s good to be back and quiet down all that chatter. I felt good. The ribs felt good, everything felt good. It’s good to be back out here with the boys. Now it’s my time to get in the best playing shape possible."'

Marker Buffalo Bills training camp transcripts of Rex Ryan, Seantrel Henderson & Richie Incognito [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'You know, you see how much a guy wants it. Obviously you’ve got a major adversity in front of you but there’s only one way to do it and he’s got to be the guy that does it. So you know, it’s great to see.'

Marker Vic Carucci's 3 Bills Thoughts: Reasons the sky just might not be falling [1:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'But here's the good news: The Bills' defensive line can function reasonably well without him. His absence will be felt, no question about it, but there appears to be enough depth to keep things on track for a quarter of the season and longer if necessary. In fact, it's fair to say that Corbin Bryant and Jerel Worthy tend to play the scheme as it is designed and stick to their assignments more often than Dareus, whose greater talent sometimes causes him to do things his way because he usually can succeed. Rookie Adolphus Washington, who is having a tremendous preseason, also should do plenty to help pick up the slack.'

Marker Five positive Bills training camp takeaways [1:55 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'It’s easy to say the Bills will be better given the fact that they were so mediocre last year (19th in yards, 15th in points). However, rookie lineman Adolphus Washington looks like a keeper, Kyle Williams is back after missing 10 games in 2015, Jerry Hughes looks as fast as ever, Preston Brown is much more in tune to what’s going on, and Stephon Gilmore — like McCoy and Taylor — will be supremely motivated to excel with free agency looming.'

Marker Former Buffalo Bills running back Karlos Williams clears waivers [1:54 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Despite his strong rookie season and an affordable contract, 31 teams passed over Williams after a troubling offseason. The running back reported to OTAs overweight and he's set to serve a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.'

Marker NFL Network's 'Good Morning Football' discusses Buffalo Bills playoff chances [1:53 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'In addition to questioning Buffalo's ability to get after the quarterback, the hosts seem unsure if Rob Ryan's addition to the coaching staff will actually help the Bills defense. It's a fair question when you look at Rob Ryan's last stint with the New Orleans Saints. In 2014, New Orleans was 31st in the league in yards allowed and were last in the NFL at the time of his firing.'

Marker Buffalo Bills OT Seantrel Henderson passes physical after battling Crohn's disease [1:52 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Henderson, who missed the final five games of the 2015 season after the diagnosis, started training camp on the non-football illness list while Jordan Mills took the first-team reps at right tackle. After offseason surgery to remove an infected part of his intestines, Henderson will have a chance to start winning his job back.'

Marker Buffalo Bills' Seantrel Henderson speaks about Crohn's battle for first time [1:51 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Henderson, speaking publicly for the first time about the pain and fears of his ordeal, said he played last season with stabbing sensations in his stomach that grew so bad his 6-foot-7, 330-pound body shook. He vomited regularly. He lost 50 pounds. Eventually, surgeons removed 80 diseased centimeters of his large and small intestines.'

Marker Rex addresses Dareus, Bills wrap up training camp at St. John Fisher [1:50 AM]
Batavia Daily News reports: 'In addition, Bills head coach Rex Ryan also once again commented on Marcell Dareus. Just hours after announcing he would leave the team and enter rehab prior to the Bills preseason meeting with the Giants on Saturday, Dareus was spotted enjoying Buffalo night life downtown. "I have no comment," Ryan said.'

Marker Bills' Henderson takes next step in beating Crohn's disease [1:49 AM]
AP reports: 'Henderson had experienced stomach pains since playing at college at Miami. But he wasn't diagnosed with having inflammatory bowel disease until December, which led to him having two operations on his intestines.'

Marker Dareus' rehab stint jolts Bills [1:48 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Dareus ' history suggests he does need help, according to a source outside the team, and this is the perfect time to seek that assistance since he can't be with the team starting Sept. 5. He served a one-game suspension in 2015 for violating the substance abuse policy and has had a couple off-the-field incidents as well as problems in his personal life, and it's clear that he needs a reboot.'

Marker Bills OT Henderson passes physical [1:47 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Henderson has not played or practiced since he was diagnosed with Crohn's disease last December. He is scheduled to practice with the team Monday night.'

Marker Bills OT Seantrel Henderson back at practice after battling Crohn's disease [1:46 AM]
ESPN reports: '"Early on, I had some doubts. I didn't know exactly what the future had set for me," Henderson told reporters Monday. "I just kept doing everything that the doctor said. Eating right, and I just kept moving forward to get back on the field."'

Marker Bills get a bit healthier in final open practice [1:45 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'OLB Shaq Lawson, who has yet to practice after having shoulder surgery, was doing conditioning work on the sidelines for the first time all camp.'

Marker McCoy now feels like a total Buffalo Bill [1:44 AM]
WGR-AM reports: '“I need to go out and represent the name on the back of my jersey and also this franchise, so that’s the message I wanted to get across. I knew how that would unfold as far as with the Police and I just want to come out here and help my teammates.”'

Marker Bills RT Henderson Passes Physical [1:43 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Henderson was battling with Chron's disease, going back to last season. Henderson had been forced out of the lineup after ten games in 2015 due to the illness, and was replaced by Jordan Mills.'

Marker 7 Bills training camp observations: Day 16 (8/22/16) [1:42 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'Henderson, although he wasn’t given the full workload, did quite a bit in working with the second-team offensive line at right tackle. He got reps in team drills every once and again, just to get his feet wet. Henderson started 26 games over the last two years for the Bills, and with Jordan Mills leaving quite a bit to be desired, he could factor into the discussion if all goes well.'

Marker Seantrel Henderson's return officially begins [1:41 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '“It felt awesome. I’ve been out for about eight months now,” said Henderson. “It felt good though to be back out there with my teammates and getting back in a groove.”'

Marker Bills activate OL Henderson [1:40 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'A former seventh-round pick of the Bills in 2013, Henderson has been working on the side at training camp with the strength and conditioning staff to stay fit and add muscle back to his 6-7 frame. He is expected to practice with the team tonight.'

Marker Top 3 things you need to know from Day 16 at Bills Camp [1:39 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Buffalo’s wide receiver position has been one of the most hotly contested through the course of training camp. A handful of wideouts have almost taken turns making plays in practice or in the team’s first two preseason games. On Monday night Walt Powell stepped forward.'

August 22, 2016

Marker Mostly good news for Bills in preseason win [10:42 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“This football team works extremely hard but with that, there’s no guarantee of success — we understand that. But it’s great to see the hard work pay off. I was extremely happy. That’s two weeks in a row I thought they played well.”'

Marker Backup quarterback Manuel waiting his turn [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“My focus right now is just finishing whatever I have here,” Manuel said after a recent training-camp practice at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford. “Whatever my situation is, wherever I’m at, I have to put myself in the best position moving forward, but also help this team win. That’s the most important thing.”'

Marker Updated 53-man roster projection following preseason game No. 2 [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Saturday's surprising release of Karlos Williams has brought some clarity to this position. Gillislee looked to have the inside track on the No. 2 job, with Bush serving more in a specialized role, but a possible concussion against the Giants could change things for Gillislee. Jonathan Williams has distanced himself from the others for the fourth job.'

Marker Three up, three down following Bills' shutout of Giants [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Marcell Dareus: Whether he's being dragged there or voluntarily checking himself in, a stint in a rehabilitation facility hopefully will be just what the Bills' talented but troubled defensive tackle needs to sort out his issues. Nobody, regardless of how much money they make or their position in life, is immune to needing help sometimes. Good for Dareus that he'll get it.'

Marker Williams' old Florida State teammates hurt by release [1:56 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '“It hurt me man, it hurt me,” said Wilder. “I couldn’t reach out to him, but I know he’s going through it right now and he has a lot going on. It’s unfortunate to have someone like that get dismissed from the team, somebody that’s like my brother, somebody who’s been helping me the whole time since I’ve been here, putting in the hours studying the playbook and watching film. I’ve known him since 2010 so we’re like brothers, I lived with him for a minute. He’s gonna get a shot, it’s not like it’s over for him.”'

Marker Buffalo Bills' new era, same as old [1:55 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'The Bills have taken a slew of chances over the past few seasons on players with checkered pasts. Some have panned out. Williams is the latest who did not. Odds are, he won’t be the last. It’s just math. Wiser Bills fans won’t get fooled again. They know it’s probably just a matter of who’s next.'

Marker Hughes on a mission; Striker's chances diminishing [1:54 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'I don’t think Eric Striker is making the final 53. He’s been passed by several other outside LBs as far as practice reps and Saturday night he played the fourth fewest snaps on defense (9) and was only on the field for 5 special teams snaps. He just doesn’t have the length needed to play OLB at the NFL level, especially in Rex Ryan’s defense, and he’s not stout enough to move inside. He’d be the perfect practice squad player because he will go all-out every day and make others better, but I’m not sure if he’ll even have a look there since the Bills probably won’t feel he can replicate other defenders they will see on any given week, and that they just won’t view him as fitting in, so therefore not worth developing.'

August 21, 2016

Marker Seantrel Henderson, Mark Richt’s granddaughter share Crohn’s battle [11:02 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: 'There is no fear in the voice of Henderson, 24, now as he speaks about his condition. After a painful 12-month stretch with two surgeries and months of subsequent complications, he feels he has nearly recovered. He is on Buffalo’s non-football illness list, hoping to soon to resume full training.'

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