Bills Focus: 2010 Bills Rookie Tour (3:56) - BuffaloBills.com
Check out video from the Bills Rookie Tour of the city with Arthur Moats helping us along the way.
Bills practice open to fans in June – Inside The Bills
"The Bills announced that they will host an Open Practice at Ralph Wilson Stadium for all fans on Sat. June 5, from 3– 5 p.m. The open practice includes complimentary parking and admission and features the newest members of the 2010 Buffalo Bills, including first-round draft pick running back C.J. Spiller. Parking gates will open at 12:30 p.m. and the stadium gates will open beginning at 2 p.m."
Cookies for Rookies: Bills kids learn about town - NickMendola.com
Mendola caught up with the Bills at Spot Coffee and asked Naaman Roosevelt if the Bills did the city justice with the tour with the rookies.
Levi Brown to do some pitching – Inside The Bills
"Bills rookie QB Levi Brown will try his hand at pitching Friday night. Brown is scheduled to throw out the first pitch at the Bisons game against the Charlotte Knights at 7:05 pm."
CJ Spiller Has First NFL Practice for Buffalo Bills, Tours Niagara Falls | wltx.com
Columbia, South Carolina TV station WLTX caught up with CJ Spiller after he joined the rest of the Bills rookies on the tour of Buffalo.
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Modkins brings valuable perspective - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown interviews Bills offensive coordinator/running backs coach Curtis Modkins about his long and winding road to the Buffalo Bills.
Modkins’ ties to Schobel and L.T. – Inside The Bills
The new Bills running backs coach is still one of the top ten rushers in TCU history along with former Bill Kenneth Davis and Ladanian Tomlinson. He helped recruit Tomlinson as part of the TCU staff as well as Bills DE Aaron Schobel.
Bills Having An Open Practice - WGR 550 SportsRadio
"Bills Season Ticket Holders may contact the Bills to receive a coupon valid for a complimentary hot dog, beverage and snack that they can redeem at the Open Practice."
Bills: Worst Offseason? Time Will Tell | WGRZ.com
"I suppose Clayton's right if you look at this offseason in a vacuum. But it's obvious to me that the Bills aren't looking at it that way. This was part of an overall plan that unfortunately is going to take time to pan out."
BillBoard: Collateral damage in MIA
"He's naturally massive (and at times rotund). Players get weighed every Thursday during the season, and Pat Williams did not want to get fined. (It doesn't matter how much guys make, they still like to avoid fines.) So Williams is not a steroid guy. But he used a diuretic and he's been in a legal-process for more than a year to avoid a four-game suspension. That's the way it goes. They should know what's on the list, and it's their job to avoid the banned drugs."