Bills head coach Chan Gailey made it clear following day five of team OTAs that no quarterback to this point has stepped forward as a front runner through the first week and a half of practices. Based on the type of evaluation Gailey intends to make it’s unlikely that a leading candidate will be determined prior to training camp.
When asked if he was satisfied with the progress of the quarterbacks specifically, Gailey offered the following response.
“Never,” he said. “Again it goes back to never being satisfied. We’re making progress every day though. I see these guys understanding what we’re trying to do and I think they’re getting better. We’ve got a long way to go yet. It’s easy when you’ve got shorts on and nobody is hitting you. That’s the easy time to play quarterback. It’s a lot harder when they’re all flying around you and they’re all trying to take your head off.”
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