Defensive Coordinator Dave Wannstedt could have stayed at the University of Pittsburgh for 20 more years, according to him, if they didn’t have internal turnover. However, he did share why he had such a special feeling about the Bills and why this opportunity stood out over all others that were presented to him. Wannstedt also shed some light on why
It’s always nice to get the national perspective of the Bills, especially when it’s positive. Clark Judge from cbscports.com had, for the first time in a long time, more positive things to say about what he saw in practice than what he had to eat in Pittsford. Judge said the two most impressive camps he’s been to so far were the Giants and the Bills, because the Bills saw their main need and addressed it (rushing the passer). Clark also gave his take on some league issues like T.O. signing with Seattle, the dysfunctional Jets camp and Andy Reid coping with the loss of his son.
Finally, I had a rare chance to speak with Walt Patulski, the former #1 overall draft choice by the Bills in 1972. Walt hasn’t been connected with the team for a long time, but stopped by camp today. When he came on the show, he shared some great stories about an unusual draft night, being the highest paid d-lineman at that time and why other teams wouldn’t shower at the War Memorial.
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