Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey won't name a starting quarterback before training camp. He said his opinion of who the leading candidate will be seems to change every few days.
He'll be satisfied to have identified a quarterback to take regular first-team reps before training camp begins July 29. The Bills have used Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brian Brohm in a rotation throughout voluntary workouts this spring.
"By the time we get to training camp," Gailey said Wednesday, "we'll have somebody that is going to work with the first group, somebody that's going to work with the second group going in just because if it happens that way then you’ve got a leg up.
"If you try to get everybody equal shots from the first day of camp, then you'll probably get nobody ready rather than getting three ready. So we'll probably make some determination from this, decide -- for a lack of a better term -- a pecking order for camp and then go from there."
Once that is sorted out, nobody should consider the depth chart settled.
"It still will be open when we go to camp," Gailey said.
"I want them to work it out, not me to work it out. I want them to work it out by performance on the field."