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Topic - Curtis Modkins
"Our entire staff had no prior knowledge, nor were we consulted that the Amicus brief was being filed on behalf of the coaches," Modkins said. "We support Mr. Wilson. Our focus is on our preparation for the 2011 season."
In a two-sentence statement released by the team on Thursday, Modkins said Bills coaches was unaware of the coaches association's intention to file a brief to a federal appeals court last week supporting the players.