Buffalo Bills Training Camp Battles Part Two: Left Tackle

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Buffalo Bills Training Camp Battles Part Two: Left Tackle

When the clock struck 8:00 pm on April 22, 2010, Buffalo Bills fans were anxious to see which quarterback or left tackle the team would select to fill one of the two most glaring positional needs on the team, due to the loss of former left tackle, Jason Peters, in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Instead, General Manager Buddy Nix decided to wait until the third day of the draft to select a player of either position, selecting Virginia Tech tackle Ed Wang in the fifth round, and the highly overlooked Iowa prospect Kyle Calloway in the seventh round.

By now, we know that new head coach Chan Gailey prefers a run-first offensive attack. So who will be called upon to protect the quarterback’s blindside, as well as blocking for the run?

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