The time for talking is over as far as Bills running back Fred Jackson is concerned.
With training camp set to open in suburban Rochester on Thursday, Jackson said it’s time the Bills start showing they’re capable of playing to the high expectations that followed a productive offseason.
“You want to be respected, but at the same time, it’s just talk until we get out there on the football field,” Jackson said Wednesday after the team held a voluntary conditioning session. “So we’ve got to go out there and make it worth it.”
For a team that hasn’t made the playoffs in 12 seasons, there’s a big buzz of belief that these Bills could be in store for a breakthrough. It began with Buffalo re-signing receiver Stevie Johnson in early March, and was followed by the even bigger splash that came with signing defensive end Mario Williams three days into free agency.
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