Bills Head Coach Chan Gailey points his finger at fans who were critical of Trent Edwards.
PITTSFORD, N.Y. (wgrz.com) - Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey walked over to a group of fans sitting in the stands at training camp and told them his players would not sign autographs for them when the session ended on Tuesday morning.
Gailey pointed his finger at the small but vocal group of fans who are frequently at practice. Gailey emphasized his players are "in this together" and then walked back onto the field. gailey finished by telling the fans that "you dog one of us.. you dog all of us."
The fans were critical of quarterback Trent Edwards during the final practice session of training camp.
Gailey discussed the incident with reporters afterwards.
"I was just telling a group of fans that our players won't be coming over there to sign
autographs for them...They said some things during practice that were derogatory to a couple of our players and if you say something derogatory to one of us you say saying it to all of us."
Edwards told reporters he was thankful for what Gailey did during practice.
"I'm a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers and they're not playing very good baseball right now. I can probably go off on a couple of their players. I probably wouldn't to their face but if I did I'd expect Joe Torre to come after me and say someething to me. So that's nice that I have a head coach that will do that but they're able to say whatever they want."
Click on the video link in the upper right hand corner of the page to see what Gailey did, and his comments when asked about what happened.