Bills camp countdown: Gailey comes in to end Buffalo's postseason drought - Sporting News
"The Bills face a difficult task in climbing out of the AFC East cellar. They could improve a lot but still remain in fourth place because their division rivals are all strong playoff contenders. Gailey's offensive reputation suggests the Bills should be able to move the ball and score more in '10, but a lot of that will be determined by who's at quarterback."
James Hardy looking for better showing | National Football Post
"James is doing well and I think he learned a lot from Terrell, but now he needs to come into his own," Lee Evans said. "Like how to run certain routes because it's different than how I run them. Right now he's in the learning phase, but physically he's looking well and now it's about nailing down this offense."
OTAs resume – Inside The Bills
"Practice today gets started at 12:05 pm and we’ll have written and video reports up this afternoon including exclusive highlights of the action from the practice field."
John Clayton Mailbag - ESPN
"I'm thinking it's reasonable for [C.J. Spiller] to get about 40 or 50 catches. His run-after-the-catch ability should be exceptional. Defenses might have to put a cornerback on him because he should burn most linebackers."
Spiller likes Bills' future (2:35) - BuffaloBills.com Video
C.J. Spiller is looking forward to helping the Bills take the next step.
Free agent safety shows Bills top skills : Bills & NFL : The Buffalo News
Mark Gaughan profiles Buffalo Bills UDFA Safety Brett Johnson calling him, "an intriguing diamond-in-the-rough prospect among the Buffalo Bills' rookies."
Sully on Sports: Trade Him for a Third
"The Bills should jump if Seattle offers so much as a third-rounder for Lynch. I had a hard time believing they turned down a third-rounder before this, as reported in last week's Yahoo story. They would lucky to get that much for Lynch. Buddy Nix has to take the initiative as a general manager and get Lynch out of town."
What next in Seahawks' running back derby? - Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"Thus the rumors that Seattle will be hard after a trade for Buffalo's Marshawn Lynch. I don't buy that one because of the same reason why White is no longer here. Lynch has had issues with the Bills. He's a tough, talented runner and young at 24, but there's a reason he lost his starting role to Fred Jackson in Buffalo."
Top 20 Bills All-Time Draft Picks: Nate Odomes (#17) : Buffalo Sports Daily
Nate Odomes, selected 29th overall in the second round of 1987, is the 17th-best draft pick in Buffalo Bills history.
Moorman triathlon times – Inside The Bills
Garrison Snaborn finished fourth in the relay division of Brian Moorman's sprint triathalon. Moorman himself finished 45th and Rian Lindell came in 53rd in the individual division.