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07/25/14 - DT Marcell Dareus passed his physical Thursday July 25) and was removed from active/non-football illness.
07/22/14 - DT Marcel Dareus was expected to report to training camp Tuesday after having his flight to Buffalo on Monday cancelled due to weather. Dareus, granted a leave from the team after failing a conditioning test, entered a pre-trial program in Alabama in an effort to have felony drug charges dismissed. Dareus endured a tumultuous offseason that included numerous traffic violations following an alleged race against teammate Jerry Hughes on May 30. Dareus is currently on the active/non-football injury list and could face a suspension from the league.
07/20/14 - DT Marcell Dareus was declared active/non-football injury by the Bills July 19.
06/18/14 - DT Marcell Dareus was back at the Bills facility after some mandated time away. Dareus has had an adventurous and unfortunate offseason as he was arrested in two separate incidents, one for possessing synthetic marijuana in Alabama, the other for participating in a street race a couple miles from Ralph Wilson Stadium in the Buffalo suburb of Hamburg.
Dareus was told to stay away from the voluntary OTA sessions following the second arrest on May 30 so that he could get his personal life together. He was back for the mandatory minicamp, and participated in drills the first two days, though was not made available to the media. The Bills reasoning for keeping him away from reporters was so that he could "focus on football."
"Obviously he's had a string of bad decisions and we as players, teammates and friends, we expect more out of him because we expect him to play football for us," said fellow defensive tackle Kyle Williams. "I don't think there's any disguising the fact that he has to be accountable to his team, his coaches and our organization for the decisions he makes. Hopefully the foresight comes in."
06/03/14 - DT Marcell Dareus was charged with reckless endangerment, reckless driving and participating in an illegal speed contest related to a drag racing incident in his Jaguar.
All three charges are misdemeanors in New York.
Head coach Doug Marrone said the 2013 Pro Bowl selection is not returning to the team's organized team activities while the team tries to get him "on the right track."
"I believe in Marcell," Marrone said.
Dareus said last month that the Bills know he's not a "trouble guy" but he also faces charges for a possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
Dareus was arraigned and released on his own recognizance by Hamburg (N.Y.) police for last week's drag-racing incident.
Hamburg Town police said the event took place at 3:16 p.m. Friday after an anonymous caller lodged "a complaint of two vehicles, a black Camaro or Mustang, and a light colored vehicle, traveling westbound on Route 179 near McKinley Parkway, possibly racing."
A second officer received a call a short time later that a "white vehicle" crashed near a crowded restaurant, where the white Jaguar Dareus was operating had struck a tree near the Mongolian Buffet entrance.