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Parrish Says He Wants Out of Buffalo

After the blunder on Sunday late in the loss to the Bills, this news comes out now about Roscoe Parrish:

There is at least one player with the guts to speak his mind. It happens to be the smallest guy in the room, Roscoe Parrish, who makes no secret of the fact that he wants out of Buffalo. Parrish has been unhappy for some time about his role in the offense. He wants to be a regular receiver. He feels he has been labeled a “gadget” player whose only value is returning kicks. Parrish complained about his limited role in the offense last June. The Bills tried to trade him, to no avail. Maybe teams weren’t offering enough in return or maybe they balked at his three-year, $10 million contract.

Whatever Roscoe, how about just LETTING THE BALL GO next time!

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One Response to “Parrish Says He Wants Out of Buffalo”

  1. Frank Minniti says:

    Mmmmmm, sure was a curious move wasn’t it? I’ll be honest, I’ve wondered if the Bills actually stepped out of the box and gave Parrish some plays in the Wildcat formation at least to get his hands on the football. That being said, in a 3-3 game that set football back about 30 years, you can’t try to make that play, especially with the ball bouncing and him trying to pick it up on the hop. Unfortunately it’s no different that McKelvin’s decision against the Patriots. I like the idea he’s trying to make a play, but you’ve got to ask yourself, “What am I doing? and “Could this result in disaster?”. And it wasn’t like he was fielding the punt up the field and the Browns still had like 30 yards to go. They recovered the football already in field goal range. Best of luck to the Bills trading to trade what is essentially a $10 million dollar hit or miss punt returner. Maybe Daniel Synder and the Redskins are interested.

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