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Buffalo Bills News - September 24, 2017

Marker Buffalo Bills' LeSean McCoy speaks out against President Donald Trump [1:48 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: '"Divisive comments like these demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL, our great game and all of our players, and a failure to understand the overwhelming force for good our clubs and players represent in our communities."'

Marker Peterman still just a backup, for now [1:47 AM]
Dunkirk Observer reports: '“I think the timing of it,” Peterman said he is getting accustomed to. “That’s just the NFL. I have run some similar concepts and things, but it’s the timing, the speed of the defensive players, the timing with your footwork and working all the way through your progressions like getting your check down and taking what’s there.”'

Marker Four things to OBSERVE today against Denver [1:46 AM]
Dunkirk Observer reports: 'As the season moves on, defenses may continue to pack the box to prevent McCoy from getting plays as well as halt the short-game throws by Buffalo.'

Marker Terry and Kim Pegula: “Our players have the freedom to express themselves in a respectful and [1:45 AM]
WIVB-TV reports: 'Our players have the freedom to express themselves in a respectful and thoughtful manner and we all agreed that our sole message is to provide and to promote an environment that is focused on love and equality.”'

Marker Broncos Film Room: How to exploit a Bills defense that’s better than you think [1:45 AM]
BSN Denver reports: 'One way to attack the disguises that Buffalo will throw Denver’s way on defense is with play-action, limiting the ability of linebackers and safeties to drop into their proper zones on time. Another way is for DT and Sanders to beat press coverage when they face it and win outside leverage, forcing the safeties to have to cover sideline to sideline instead of hash-to-hash and really putting pressure on Buffalo’s inexperienced cornerbacks.'

Marker Behind Enemy Lines: Five questions with a Buffalo Bills beat reporter [1:44 AM]
BSN Denver reports: 'Buffalo’s defense has played lights out for two weeks in a row. I think they keep it close, but Denver pulls it out. 23-10.'

Marker Bills kicker: 'It's important for white people to see there is inequality everywhere' [1:43 AM]
CBS Sports reports: '"I think a lot of white people don't understand it and are afraid to be involved," Hauschka said. "And I think it's important for white people to see there is inequality everywhere in the country right now, and in the world."'

Marker Dareus, Glenn will not play Sunday against Broncos [1:42 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Glenn also injured his ankle on Sunday against Carolina, but it is not the same foot that had plagued him through training camp and the preseason. Glenn was able to return to practice and was listed as limited on Thursday, but he was listed as did not practice on Friday.'

Marker Bills/Broncos preview: notes and stats [1:41 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'TE Charles Clay is 1 of 5 NFL TE's with 50+ catches, 500+ rec. yards & 3+TD catches in each of past 4 seasons.'

Marker Pegulas issue statement in response to Trump's remarks [1:40 AM]
WGR-AM reports: '"If a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the NFL, or other leagues, he or she should not be allowed to disrespect our Great American Flag (or Country) and should stand for the National Anthem," Trump tweeted. "If not, YOU'RE FIRED. Find something else to do!"'

Marker Joe B: 5 things to watch for in Buffalo Bills vs. Denver Broncos (9/22/17) [1:39 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'The Denver Broncos are holding out hope that their rookie left tackle Garrett Bolles will be able to play on Sunday, because if he doesn’t… they know it can get pretty ugly for Trevor Siemian with the Bills defensive linemen. Even if Bolles does play, he’ll have some trouble against Jerry Hughes.'

Marker McCoy tweets response to Trump's NFL criticism [1:38 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: ' McCoy pulled no punches when he had this to say...'.

Marker The Big Story: The Bills Wide Receivers vs. “No Fly Zone” [1:37 AM]
WIVB-TV reports: 'The Bills’ wide outs will face arguably the best group of defensive backs in the NFL. Nicknamed the ‘No Fly Zone’ The Broncos have three interceptions already this season and shutdown Dak Prescott and the Cowboys last week.'

Marker 5 Questions with Jordan Poyer [1:36 AM]
WIVB-TV reports: 'Buffalo Kickoff Live: Your first job was working at a veterinary hospital. What was the wildest or coolest animal ever had to help work on? Jordan Poyer: “Probably a chimpanzee. It was just getting some shots but it was cool to hold one in your hand and interact with it. They’re pretty cool animals.”'

Marker What they're saying: Bills-Broncos game predictions [1:35 AM] reports: 'This is Denver's first road game after winning two at home. They have played well on defense, which was expected, but better than expected on offense. The Bills have issues on offense, which is not a good thing against the Denver defense. Broncos win it. Broncos 24, Bills 10.'

Marker How to watch Broncos vs. Bills [1:34 AM] reports: 'Play-by-Play: Spero Dedes.'

Marker How a father-son bond helped Eddie Yarbrough achieve his NFL aspirations [1:33 AM] reports: '“Last season at home on the couch and a lot of people said I should start looking for a job and use your degree. Instead I was working out every day, swimming, boxing, working out three times a day. And people were asking me then, ‘Eddie why are you doing this? What is this for?’ I knew then and I know now it was all for this moment,” Yarbrough said.'

Marker Top 10 reasons why the Bills will Circle the Wagons this weekend [1:32 AM] reports: 'Worlds will collide this weekend, as two of the NFL’s top defensive units square off. With the Bills sitting at second overall in total defense and the Broncos just two spots behind, this matchup has all the makings of a defensive slug fest. Who’s ready?'

Marker Bills Today: Von Miller aware of Bills weapons on offense [1:31 AM] reports: '“They still have playmakers all over the field. You have LeSean McCoy, all he needs is a little break and he can take it the distance… they have a lot of weapons over there. Plus they have one of the stoutest front seven in the National Football League,” Miller Said.'

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September 23, 2017

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Marker News' executive sports editor answers fan questions about [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Josh Barnett, the new executive sports editor of The Buffalo News, recently solicited questions from the readers of about Bills coverage and the new Here is a sample of the questions and his responses.'

Marker How Pilates turned Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander into a Pro Bowler [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Long before he joined the Bills, he was introduced to Pilates, a conditioning program focused on building core strength, flexibility and endurance through low-impact stretches and movements. Since then, he’s adopted a new lifestyle, shed more than 80 pounds, switched positions and emerged as a trusted asset on the field and inside the Bills locker room. It showed Sunday, when he recorded a sack, two tackles for loss and nine tackles overall in Buffalo’s 9-3 loss to Carolina.'

Marker For Bills' Thornton, mom's comeback is all the inspiration he needs [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Well, number one, he’s come in and endeared himself to his teammates, in the way that he’s approached (the job), with his approach in the meeting room, in the weight room and then on the field," McDermott said. "He’s 100 miles an hour all the time, plays with a flat back, plays with good leverage. He’s picked up the system extremely fast, credit to him. He’s done a good job so far, and I think he’s looking forward to more and more opportunities, which is what happens when you play and bust your tail."'

Marker Jerry Sullivan: Why doesn't Tyrod Taylor audible more? [1:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Later, a Bills PR man told me it's not as if Taylor can't call audibles. He has the authority to do so. But when the QB says they're "getting to that" and needing to progress to a "comfort level," it seems evident that his ability to change plays is limited right now in the new offense.'

Marker Sully's Mailbag: Many Bills fans have to be conflicted [1:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'But I watched Darnold lead USC over Texas last weekend and can see why many of the draft gurus, including Mel Kiper, see him as the best of the bunch -- assuming he comes out after his redshirt sophomore year. Darnold is 6-4, 225, has a strong, accurate arm and has the poise and command you want from an NFL quarterback.'

Marker McDermott acknowledges Watkins' big night for Rams 'hard to watch' [1:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I'm happy for (Watkins)," McDermott said. "Any time you develop relationships with guys, I'm happy for him. That said, I'm focused on our team. But I'm happy for Sammy and the other guys that went on to have big nights (Thursday) night."'

Marker Glenn, Dareus, Worthy out for Bills' game vs. Broncos [1:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Lawson practiced fully Friday, along with running back LeSean McCoy (wrist), tight ends Charles Clay (knee) and Nick O'Leary (hamstring), linebackers Deon Lacey (hamstring) and Matt Milano (hamstring), wide receiver Kaelin Clay (foot), and safety Colt Anderson (foot).'

Marker Bills keeping strong tabs on punters [1:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'If the Buffalo Bills aren't trying to send a message to Colton Schmidt, it's hard to imagine the punter feeling all that comfortable this week. That's because the team has worked out not one, not two, but three free agents at his position.'

Marker Inside the Bills: How Jordan Poyer got to Buffalo – and where he came from [1:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“The football fans out here are just unreal and you hear about it around the league,” Poyer said on the day he signed. “This is one of the best opportunities I think I’ve ever had in my whole entire life.”'

Marker What national media is saying: Broncos are 'ripe to get upset in Buffalo,' Denver paper sa [1:50 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Dennison broke into the league as an offensive assistant with Denver in 1995 and worked his way up to offensive coordinator. He went to Houston in 2010 and then coached quarterbacks with Baltimore in 2014, which is where he worked with Tyrod Taylor, before returning to Denver for their Super Bowl run in 2015. He became available for the Bills when Gary Kubiak retired from coaching after last season.'

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