-The Washington Post is reporting the rumor that the Bills may be interested in trading Donte Whitner and a draft pick for Jason Campbell. Now, the report did say that the deal is unlikely, but hey, that would never stop me from talking about it.
However, if you look at Campbell’s stats, they are actually not that bad. Last year, the former 1st round pick threw for almost 4,000 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also chipped in with 236 yards rushing. Not too shabby for a guy who was on a 4-12 team. It should be noted that he did this without his top target Chris Cooley and both his starting tackles getting hurt early in the season. Fans have to remember that this year’s draft class for quarterbacks isn’t really that strong. By bringing in Campbell, it would mean that the Bills can wait another year to draft a quarterback from a much stronger class-
-I don’t want to say that I told you so, but…I told you that the Bills wouldn’t be overhauling their personnel in order to fit in a new 3-4 defense. Chan Gailey told TBN that he plans on switching Aaron Schobel and Chris Kelsay from their defensive end positions to outside linebackers. Along with the two ends switching spots, Gailey says he plans on adjusting the scheme to allow for Kyle Williams to get on the field as often as possible. Well, the only position you could put Williams at is nose tackle. Of course, everyone from Joe six pack to John Clayton says that having Williams play NT is a big mistake.