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It's back to basics for the Buffalo Bills.<BR><BR> After enduring only one double-session practice as a full team in training camp last summer under Gregg Williams, the Bills will have 11 two-a-days under rookie head coach Mike Mularkey.<BR><BR> Practices started Aug. 1 at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y. The Bills will train here until Aug. 26.<BR><BR>

Williams started off tough, scheduling 14 doubles in 2001, then backed off dramatically. Mularkey may eventually do the same. "I know it hasn't been like this in years past, but I'd rather start at this level, and if we need to cut back, fine," said the former Vikings and Steelers tight end. "You can't start (low) and then say, 'We don't have enough practices, we're not hitting hard enough...

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