Niagara Gazette


May 29, 2009

BILLS NOTEBOOK: Team still quiet on McKelvin's injury



“Jump balls, I’ve always maintained are very seldom in the field of play, but in the red zone they do occur. And his reach is a factor, his size is a factor, his ability to screen with his body is a factor, so all of those things come into play for us,” Jauron said. “And you have to account for them and you have to worry about it for whatever it means. If it means two there then there’s less to cover other spots.

“It does open up the field and opportunities for other people and as we’ve said earlier, he’s proven himself down there.”

Contact sports editor Tim Schmitt at 282-2311, ext. 2266.

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