Sweet sixteen: These players are on the spot to perform in 2010 - NFL.com
"12. James Hardy, WR, Buffalo -- Terrell Owens was not re-signed and someone has to replace his 55 receptions and five touchdowns from last year. Hardy was a bit raw coming out of Indiana and he only has three career starts in two years with just 10 receptions. He faces a tall order on a team that may be playing catch-up for most of the season."
Pats draft bust seeks redemption with Bills - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"When I got hurt, I fell back," said Chad Jackson. "I tore my ACL. I hurt my hamstring. Then they brought Randy Moss and Wes Welker and Donte' Stallworth and all those guys in. I was put on the backburner. I'm just trying to make up for lost time now."
Bills Focus: Gailey's Impact (4:04) - BuffaloBills.com
The team's website focuses in on the change at head coach and the team buying into coach Gailey's philosophy. Hear from Ryan Fitzpatrick, Trent Edwards, Donte Whitner, and the coach himself.
Taking A Position: DB | Democrat and Chronicle | Three-Point Stance
Sal Maiorana breaks down the defensive backs from last year and looking forward.
McCargo taking switch to end in stride - BuffaloBills.com
"McCargo suffered through an injury-plagued 2008 season, where an October trade to the Indianapolis Colts was voided due to failing the required physical. He was placed on injured reserve in November of that year, and played sparingly in 2009, recording 11 tackles in 11 games. With new coach Chan Gailey and defensive coordinator Edwards taking the reigns in Buffalo, McCargo feels he is getting a fresh start with the Bills at his new position."
Q-And-A With Bills Buff "Coach" Sal Capaccio - NFL Blog Blitz
"Bills Blog Blitz compiled a list of "Ten Burning Questions" about the team heading into the 2010 season. Who better to ask those questions to then Coach Sal Capaccio, host of the Buffalo Bills Now! show on JustinTV every Tuesday night at 9:30 p.m. We caught up with the "Coach" this past week to get his take on the "Ten Burning Questions" concerning the Bills this season."
NFL: The 15 Worst Moves of the 2010 Offseason | Bleacher Report
The Bills failure to address the QB position and Terrell Owens still being available both make this list.
Colon's Potential Absence for 2010 Opens Up Right Side - Behind the Steel Curtain
Former Buffalo Bill Jonathan Scott could be thrust into the starting lineup in Pittsburgh as Willie Colon goes down to injury.
Eagles Claim Rookie Safety Brett Johnson from Bills - Bleeding Green Nation
"Earlier this afternoon, the Eagles announced that they had claimed undrafted rookie free agent Brett Johnson off of waivers from the Bills."
'Madden NFL 11': Exclusive AFC East Gallery - ESPN
"20 new screen shotss of the AFC East in action."