The biggest Bills story to keep an eye on right now, later in training camp at St. John Fisher College, and obviously once the regular season starts, is how the refurbished offensive line comes together. So while WR Terrell Owens adds to his collection of keys to cities, and bops around Buffalo for the filming of his reality TV show, the reality for the Bills is this: If this offensive line — which will likely have a new starter at all five positions this year — doesn't keep pass rushers away from Trent Edwards or open holes for Marshawn Lynch and the other running backs, Owens is going to be a non-factor. "I think that's where it starts, up front," said wide receiver Lee Evans, who will also suffer if Edwards is spending his afternoons on his back.
Bills need strong offensive line
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