PITTSFORD, N.Y. (WIVB) - Summer break is officially over for the Bills, with players moving in for training camp at St. John Fisher College this afternoon.
As is usually the case, expectations are high as the team gets ready for its journey into the 2014 season, trying to snap the string of 14 straight seasons without a playoff appearance.
“There’s a new attitude, a new style,” said safety Aaron Williams. “We’re expecting a lot from this year.”
“I kind of like coming from the bottom and we’re going to have to work our way up,” said receiver Marquise Goodwin. “There’s going to be a lot of bandwagon fans out there that will come out of the woodwork, so I’m looking forward to it.”
Fred Jackson, one of the veterans on the roster, sees big things in the future in year number two under head coach Doug Marrone.
“The number one thing I’m excited about is a second year with this coaching staff. Their number one thing coming in was to get this thing turned around. Being with those guys for a second year, figuring each other out and what we want to do, how to use us and stuff like that, I think it’s going to be a tremendous thing that comes to fruition for us this year,” said Jackson.
The Bills open training camp Sunday night at 6pm with the first of seven night practices this summer at St. John Fisher.