"I think it will be pretty interesting," defensive end Mario Williams said of the new coaching staff and to-be-determined signal-caller. "We have a lot of new key pieces to the puzzle. We need to be out here and be together and away from everything else. We just have to focus and get after it."
"I think it’s a huge opportunity. Being that I was drafted by the Bills, obviously I want to come out and make everybody happy, all the people in the front office and stuff like that. I think the biggest thing is continuing to get better every day … I think I’ve made a lot of progress as far as in the playbook and stuff like that."
"This is the dream. It’s every kid’s dream growing up to be an NFL player. We have a wonderful opportunity in front of us, and we want to make the most of it and get better every day."
"I’m considered a veteran now. I can’t really think too much about who we don’t have. I got to ride with who we have here at camp. My position is just as important as the next guy. As important as the undrafted guy on the Buffalo Bills. As far as positions and competition, everybody is eating. Everybody is hungry to be on that field … It doesn’t matter who it is, if you’re first round, seventh or undrafted. You come in here, fight and get the right team on that field."
"It’s very realistic (to make the playoffs). I feel like we have the team to make that move and I believe in that. Why not now? Why not us? We’re going to make it happen. We just have to finish, finish in the games. We had a few games where if we were to finish out much stronger than we did, that gap would be much easier to get to as far as playoffs. We just have to finish."