Those hoping that new Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey might offer up some insight as to where the team would be looking on draft day were disappointed with his non-specific answers.
"Every team in the league that doesn't have an All-Pro quarterback or somebody that got votes for All-Pro is looking to improve their position. I think if you look at every position on the field, you are always trying to upgrade your football team. We'll evaluate these guys, we'll continue to evaluate them. We'll evaluate what's available and if we can improve our situation, we'll try to do it. Everyone is trying to do that -- not just at quarterback -- but at every position."
When asked if he'd consider adding a veteran presence at quarterback, Gailey was at it again.
"I'm going to sidestep that, again, but again, we're always trying to improve our football team. If that will improve us, then we'll do it."
Gailey was similarly enlightening when later asked about offensive linemen, nose guards and pass rushers.
In a division featuring similarly media friendly personalities Bill Belichick and Tony Sparano, Gailey is going to fit right in...