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Wood hopes to be ready by training camp

---Left guard Eric Wood who is recovering from a broken leg, wants to be able to practice fully when the Bills start training camp in July. Wood, whose promising rookie season ended in Week 10 at Jacksonville, is working on the field on a limited basis during the Bills OTAs, which resumed on Tuesday.

"I'll be there and I should be working, hopefully with the one's (the first team)," Wood said on Tuesday. "I may need a day off here or there to let the soreness come out or what not and we'll play it by ear. The real matter is Miami, Game One, on the field.''

---Bills running back Marshawn Lynch was a no-show again when the Bills resumed OTAs. Seattle's release last week of running back LenDale White is likely to continue speculation about the Seahawks’ potential interest in Lynch. Justin Forsett and Julius Jones are battling for the starting job in Seattle, and the Seahawks traded for Leon Washington to be the change-of-pace and third-down back. Washington is coming off an injury and is expected to be ready for the start of training camp.

---Rodney McKissic



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