From USA TODAY:
Quarterback Drew Bledsoe isn't pining for another season with 4,000 yards passing.
After throwing the ball 610 times for 4,359 yards and 24 touchdowns last season - his first as a Bill since being traded by the New England Patriots, proving he was far from washed up at 30 - Bledsoe wouldn't mind seeing his personal numbers go down provided it meant the number of team victories goes up.
"If we throw the ball 20 times and we're effective at that and running the ball very well and winning games, you're going to hear no complaints out of me," said Bledsoe as the Bills gathered at Ralph Wilson Stadium for the first of three four-day sessions of organized team activity.
"It's a great style of football. It's a winning style of football."
After losing receiving targets Peerless Price, Jay Riemersma and Larry Centers, and reshaping their defense with seven free agents, the Bills plan to play ball control and eliminate the many shootouts they took part in during last season's 8-8 finish.
Buffalo's running game was beefed up by the addition of classic blocking fullback Sam Gash and running back Olandis Gary, who will spot Travis Henry.
Wide receivers Josh Reed and Bobby Shaw will pick up where Price left off, but they are medium-range catchers meaning the long ball may not be so prevalent as it was, although Pro Bowler Eric Moulds can do it all.
From Petey: Looks like I'll be moving Bledsoe down on my cheat sheets.