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Willy looking forward

Willy looking forward to hitting field with revamped Bombers

Drew Willy is healthy, feeling strong and looking forward to making some new best friends.

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers starting quarterback is fully recovered from the knee injury that ended his 2015 CFL season on Aug. 9.

He will return to Winnipeg from his home in Tampa in about three weeks and he eager to see what his team can do after an off season overhaul orchestrated by general manager Kyle Walters.wholesale jerseys from china https://www.cheapjerseysbyw2.top

100%, doing the things that I always done, Willy said Tuesday from Tampa. feel strong, I feel good and workouts have been going good. I be ready to go at mini camp and I looking forward to that. Bombers mini camp is scheduled for April 25 27 in Winnipeg (location TBA) and it will feature all of the team offensive players, including newly signed receivers Weston Dressler and Ryan Smith and hometown running back Andrew Harris.

While Willy was sad to see his good friends Nick Moore and Clarence Denmark let go to make room for Smith and Dressler, he certainly looking forward to seeing what the new receivers can do for the team offence, which was second last in the league in terms of passing yards last year.

are definitely going to help us, Willy said. lost two good receivers in Nick and Clarence but it kind of the nature of the business when you lose friends like that. But to have Weston and Ryan Smith and Darvin (Adams) and Rory (Kohlert) and Andrew Harris running some routes, we got a lot of playmakers, so it going to be fun. played with Dressler for two seasons when he was the backup quarterback in Saskatchewan, and knows full well what kind of dynamic receiver the Bombers are getting.

known Weston for a long time and obviously I know what a great player he is, Willy said. brings so much on and off the field. He made some huge plays for us when I was in Saskatchewan. He one of those guys that when you get the ball in his hands, he does a lot to make things happen. He all about the team as well and he wants everyone to do their part and do great things for us. He will be a great team leader for us. said Smith is kind of a younger version of Dressler and can do a lot of the same things.

will be fun to see how (offensive co ordinator Paul) LaPolice moves them around to get them open and a big thing will just be getting the ball in their hands and doing the right things to make sure we put them in a position to be successful, Willy said.

Heading into his third season with the Bombers, the 29 year old Willy is hoping this is the year he manages to play all 18 games and leads his team into the playoffs.

has done a good job this off season and we have a lot of confidence in what has been done, Willy said. definitely up to us to make the most of this and get in the playoffs and make a Grey Cup run.

really been working hard this off season diet wise and also in terms of training and rehab. It been a long off season and it feels like it been a while since I played the game so it will be fun to get out there for the opening game against Montreal. said he looking forward to seeing new and old faces in a few weeks and is already talking with prized free agent running back Harris about making the most of their opportunity to work together.

just trying to get on the same schedule so we can see each other when we in town and get some good work in, Willy said. to be able to talk football . the season is pretty close.

Some other topics Willy touched on during Tuesday phone interview:

Backup quarterback Matt Nichols

a good guy and we had a pretty good relationship when he came in. He was thrown into a tough situation, trying to learn the playbook on the fly, which he did. He did a pretty good job for us and he a good quarterback. I going to enjoy him being in the meetings, him helping me, me helping him. We have a good working relationship. quarterbacks coach Buck Pierce

will be fun to be taught by coach Buck and go from there. I think we have a lot of success. I think he bring a lot. His experience in the CFL game is huge. He been through it and he knows what it feels like to be in all situations that will arise on the field. It will be nice to have him out there as a sounding board to give us advice on all the things he gone through. I think he do a great job. friend Clarence Denmark

definitely tough to see him and Nick (Moore) go. They both become real good friends. I talked to Clarence and he knows it a business but it always tough when a guy does good things out there and then gets released. I felt like we always had a pretty good connection. Last year, maybe the yards weren there but he played with a lot of different quarterbacks and sometimes it tough to make that connection when you got quarterbacks rotating in and out. I think he get picked up soon by someone and he bring that same type of attitude to that team as he brought to us.

Drew Willy is healthy, feeling strong and looking forward to making some new best friends.

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers starting quarterback is fully recovered from the knee injury that ended his 2015 CFL season on Aug. 9.

He will return to Winnipeg from his home in Tampa in about three weeks and he eager to see what his team can do after an off season overhaul orchestrated by general manager Kyle Walters.

100%, doing the things that I always done, Willy said Tuesday from Tampa. feel strong, I feel good and workouts have been going good. I be ready to go at mini camp and I looking forward to that. Bombers mini camp is scheduled for April 25 27 in Winnipeg (location TBA) and it will feature all of the team offensive players, including newly signed receivers Weston Dressler and Ryan Smith and hometown running back Andrew Harris.