McGee close to 100 percent - BuffaloBills.com
"Cornerback Terrence McGee dealt with two separate injuries last season. First, it was a knee injury that hampered him in the middle of the season, before a severe shoulder separation, a bicep tear and damage to his rotator cuff and labrum ended his year for good in December. Returning from the physically wearing campaign, McGee is optimistic about his road to recovery thus far."
Conrad Dobler's post-NFL days have been filled with darkness - latimes.com
"Not quite 60 years old, his body ravaged by a decade in the NFL trenches, the three-time Pro Bowl offensive guard estimates that he has endured more than 30 knee operations and, because of staph infections, as many as 10 knee replacements."
Sports, Ink: This Day in Buffalo Sports History: Electric ending
On this date in 1983, the Bills shipped Electric Company guard Reggie McKenzie to the Seattle Seahawks.
The Terrell Owens case | jacksonville.com
"The fact remains that he has not signed with a team because he is a bad teammate. He talked about Jeff Garcia while with the 49ers, Donovan McNabb while with the Eagles and Tony Romo while with the Cowboys. He didn't yell about any Bills QBs because they are probably not worth mentioning."
Buffalo Bills: Biggest Strength, Weakness Entering the 2010 NFL Season | Bleacher Report
Defensive back is the biggest strength and quarterback is the biggest weakness.
Bills rookies meet Goodell – Inside The Bills
"Buffalo’s nine-draft choices met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell over the weekend at the league’s annual rookie symposium."
Joe from NYC Blog: Monday Thoughts: Bills quarterback depth chart
Joe opines on the starting QB conversation and how it will affect training camp,.
"Fandemoneum" Museum Proposed for Buffalo's Canalside | WKBW News 7
"The idea for a permanent museum celebrating sports moments grew from the successful Buffalo Bills 50th anniversary exhibit earlier this year at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. The Fandemoneum museum would go beyond the Bills and celebrate all the region's pro and amateur sports."