After double-digit sack seasons in 2013 and 2014, Jerry Hughes had only 11 sacks the past two seasons combined. The Bills pass-rusher seemed ill-fit in Rex Ryan’s defense, but he also battled hamstring issues last season.
“Last year just being banged up as the season got long, dealt with some hamstring issues,” Hughes told Alex Marvez and Bill Polian on SiriusXM. “I really wanted to kind of come in early in the offseason and nip that in the bud quickly so that way I can go out there this fall and perform at high level like I know I can.”
Hughes, who has 31 sacks in four seasons in Buffalo after three unproductive seasons in Indianapolis, offered high praise to new coach Sean McDermott and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier.
Source: Pro Football Talk