Blog Blitz Exclusive Interview: Arthur Moats
"Arthur Moats just participated in the Bills' first mini-camp, that included all rookies, first- and second-year players, and undrafted free agents. I spoke with Moats about his first NFL mini-camp and get his thoughts on his draft day experience, lining up against Bills first-rounder C.J. Spiller and the possibility of running for mayor."
2010 NFL Power Rankings, early look at how teams stack up - Peter King - SI.com
"31. Buffalo. Drafting C.J. Spiller is the one thing a terrible offense did this offseason to get better. Unfortunately, he can't throw the football."
Former Bills wideouts still looking for work : Buffalo Sports Daily
Patrick Moran looks at Terrell Owens and Josh Reed's search for NFL homes this off-season and speculates where they could still land.
TE Matthews knows Gailey's approach - BuffaloBills.com
"Tight End Michael Matthews, who signed with the club as a free agent last month, was part of Gailey’s first recruiting class at Georgia Tech. He spent his entire college career under the Bills sideline boss. More importantly, he was there when Gailey was laying the foundation for the Yellow Jackets program. Though the pro game has its differences from the college one, Matthews isn’t expecting his coach’s plan to change."
BillBoard: Tough start
"The Bills open at home vs. Miami (ranked sixth by King), visit Green Bay (No. 1), play New England (a low No. 14), then face the Jets (No. 7). The Bills' fifth game is against No. 21 Jacksonville, then they face No. 3 Baltimore. New schemes on offense and defense and tough opponents - it all points to a slow start."
AFC issues: Can Raiders turn to winners with Jason Campbell? - USATODAY.com
"RT Brad Butler retired. LT Demetrius Bell and RG Eric Wood are recovering from major injuries. And even when they were healthy, the Bills' offense was putrid in 2009. Unless the front five vastly improves in 2010, it's going to be difficult to unleash rookie RB C.J. Spiller or allow whichever young quarterback starts to settle in and feel comfortable."
Oakland Raiders might be only option for free-agent WR Terrell Owens - ESPN
"The Oakland Raiders have talked about Owens internally, but it hasn't gotten past that point and might not for a while. Owens would make sense now that the Raiders have turned over their offense to Jason Campbell."
NFL.com Blogs " Blog Archive Lynch trade would be welcomed in fantasy land "
In fantasy football land, trading Marshawn Lynch would help Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller's value.