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Roscoe Parrish wants a bigger role in the Bills Offense

After falling out of favor with last season’s head coach Dick Jauron, Bills WR Roscoe Parrish is hoping for an increased role on offense under new coach Chan Gailey. Parrish has seen time with the first team this spring in the slot, where Josh Reed used to line up. He’s hoping his small size (5-foot-9, 171) won’t limit him to being just a punt returner in 2010 — he sees himself as a DeSean Jackson-like weapon. “This year I’m just trying to establish myself on offense more because I know I can do it at receiver,” Parrish said. Parrish has a point — the NFL is rapidly turning to speedy players regardless of their size to be factors on both sides of the ball.


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