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Heath Farwell press conference 6/5 - Lorax still involved

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cool to hear LorAx is still sitting in on meetings

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5 minutes ago, billieve420 said:

Like message being sent to Bojorquez and Hasuchka. Compete or start packing.

Can’t get any clearer than that. 

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Very cool.  I don’t see Kyle coming around much now given most additions were veterans and he’s done about all he can for Oliver.  H. Phillips learned everything from Kyle his first year.  Lorax will be a welcome addition as an advisor.  What a great guy and a role model for young players on how to behave as a professional athlete.  He was very respectful of the Brees thing, and spoke to peaceful, lawful demonstrations and protests.  I couldn’t agree more.  The next march we have here in Tampa, I’ll be at in a support role.

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7 minutes ago, machine gun kelly said:

Very cool.  I don’t see Kyle coming around much now given most additions were veterans and he’s done about all he can for Oliver.  H. Phillips learned everything from Kyle his first year.  Lorax will be a welcome addition as an advisor.  What a great guy and a role model for young players on how to behave as a professional athlete.  He was very respectful of the Brees thing, and spoke to peaceful, lawful demonstrations and protests.  I couldn’t agree more.  The next march we have here in Tampa, I’ll be at in a support role.

Yeah, I'm sure EVERYTHING Kyle Williams has to contribute has been offered in a single off-season...

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Bills ST coord Heath Farwell says he lives next to Jon Feliciano...explained he and the neighborhood know when Feliciano is working out bc he pumps up the music in his garage.

 

Seen on a T-shirt: "I don't always listen to Led Zeppelin, but when I do, so do the neighbors."

 

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8 minutes ago, MJS said:

Yeah, I'm sure EVERYTHING Kyle Williams has to contribute has been offered in a single off-season...


MJS, I’m not saying Kyle wouldn’t come back, but he has a lot of causes and is very involved in his own community.  I know the coaching staff will always welcome his help, but he is retired and deserves to have a life with his family given how much he’s given to the city and the Bills.  I can see him maybe showing up a little, but how many other players from other teams keeps coming back to in essence coach new rookies.  Hardly any, and he is one of my favorite Bills.

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13 minutes ago, machine gun kelly said:


MJS, I’m not saying Kyle wouldn’t come back, but he has a lot of causes and is very involved in his own community.  I know the coaching staff will always welcome his help, but he is retired and deserves to have a life with his family given how much he’s given to the city and the Bills.  I can see him maybe showing up a little, but how many other players from other teams keeps coming back to in essence coach new rookies.  Hardly any, and he is one of my favorite Bills.

I believe Kyle is also the DC for his former HS this season so he will be pretty busy during TC and most of the nfl season. 

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I heard that too Yolo.  He is a spokesperson of several charities and donates a lot of time to his community.  Great person like Lorax who emulates the best of the Bills along With Fredex.  One thing previous administrations did is bring in high character, and high integrity guys all of us can be proud were Buffalo Bills!

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Lorax needs to stick around as long as possible. It’s horrible for him to go out like this. 

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Doug, he definitely was a Swiss Army knife.  I don’t remember any NFL player that played O Line, D Line, LB, and ST.  He is the definition of a Swiss Army knife.  God bless him for his volunteer work with our beloved Bills.

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6 hours ago, WMDman said:

cool to hear LorAx is still sitting in on meetings

It is lockdown anyways !

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Bojo must have pictures of someone. How is the job his to lose? He’s terrible..

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Lorenzo first played offense, then defense then special teams then a captain at the NFL-level, who does that ?

Deeply involved in the NFLPA as well.

I can only hope he remains part of our org on-going; a future coach or front-office future for sure...

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On 6/5/2020 at 4:40 PM, WhoTom said:

 

Seen on a T-shirt: "I don't always listen to Led Zeppelin, but when I do, so do the neighbors."

 

My grandma used to blast Kashmir. You would hear it around the block. 
 

I love that the retired leaders stick around. I think we need it. The current leaders are all younger and could use someone for advice.

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Essentially admitted that he was learning on the job, and that's why ST cost this team a few Ws.

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35 minutes ago, GG said:

Essentially admitted that he was learning on the job, and that's why ST cost this team a few Ws.

 

That was obvious this past season, where NE blocked a punt after noticing a weakness in blocking assignments just a few weeks after Philly initially beat a broken assignment and blocked a punt.  The issue wasn't fixed after the Philly game and of course Belichick took advantage of it.  To Farwell's credit, after those incidents, SpT wasn't really a problem, at least that I can recall.

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