Inside The Bills | Roof to be closed Sunday
"The Bills confirmed that the Rogers Centre roof will be closed for Sunday’s game at the Rogers Centre against Washington. The game will also be televised locally."
Nix says Williams not a candidate for injured reserve - The Buffalo News
"It hasn't been discussed and if anyone was going to do it I would do it so I ought to know about it," said Nix, the Bills' general manager, about shutting down Williams for the season. "He's getting treatment and we hope to have him back."
Bills-Redskins Preview - BuffaloBills.com
The Associated Press preview of this Sunday's game.
Bills Focus: Testing Buffalo's Tackles - BuffaloBills.com
Brian Orakpo is going to give Buffalo's tackles a run for their money this Sunday.
Inside The Bills | First flakes put Bills rooks in a panic
Aaron Williams and Chris Hairston are both injured, so they had time to talk about Buffalo's first snow of the year.
Inside The Bills | Washington injury update
"Here is Thursday’s injury report for Washington, which had a new addition."
Inside The Bills | Report: Fletcher to start
"According to NFL.com’s Jason LaCanfora, London Fletcher will start on Sunday for Washington against the Bills despite a hamstring injury suffered just last Sunday."
Inside The Bills | Jim Kelly appearance
"Kelly will be at the Van Heusen store for their grand opening at the Heartland Town Centre in Mississauga on Saturday from 2-3 pm where he’ll be signing autographs for Bills fans."
ProFootballWeekly.com - Fred Jackson: A secret no more
"The 4-2 Bills are one of the surprise teams of the 2011 season, and Jackson is having his best campaign yet. In addition to ranking second in the league in rushing yards entering his team's Week Seven bye, Jackson was second in the league in total yards from scrimmage."
Inside The Bills | Nicknames not on Chan’s mind
"Johnson, when asked to describe Gailey as an offensive play caller, said he’s like "Megamind," the super-intelligent alien movie character, because of his inventive offensive schemes. Gailey was asked about the nickname, which he was initially unaware of."
Inside The Bills | Gailey-Shanahan: Mutual respect
"Chan and I go back to our days in Denver, we knew each other in college, and we’re very close friends and been friends for a long time," said Shanahan. "It’s great to see what Chan has done (in Buffalo)…it doesn’t surprise me at all."
Inside The Bills | Bills weapons want to stay put
"When you think about it, it’s for the future," said Johnson. "For the future you want to have a team. You don’t just want to have guys in the locker room and you don’t know what’s going to happen next year. You want to have a team together so hopefully they do get a contract done with Fitz, and then myself, and Freddy, whatever order. It doesn’t matter as long as we get to stay together."
Bills' Jackson, 'Skins' Fletcher share bond - The Buffalo News
"I'm not sure if [the Bills] thought I didn't have any more years left in me or not," said Fletcher, who played at John Carroll in his hometown of Cleveland. "It worked out where I ended up coming to Washington and I've been able to play another five more seasons and still playing at a high level."
Buffalo Bills deal with injuries to defense | Democrat and Chronicle
"We'll play a rotation of several guys in there," Gailey said. "We get Kelsay back which is great, and we've got Spencer (Johnson), (Arthur) Moats and (Danny) Batten. It gives us some flexibility with who can go in there, so we just have to keep guys fresh so they can go after the quarterback."
Bills are winless in Toronto - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Bills are the 70% favorite "at home" according to AccuScore.
AFC East Week 8 X factors - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Levitre, who is Buffalo's best guard, is expected to start at left tackle Sunday against the Washington Redskins. The Bills have been ailing at the position all season and hope to take advantage of Levitre's versatility. He will be Buffalo's third starter at left tackle in seven games."
Bills OLBs Vow To Bring Down QB More - WGR 550
"Coming out of the 2011 preseason schedule, the way the Buffalo Bills pass rushers performed inspired some to think they'd be near the top of the league in bringing down the quarterback. Six games in to the season, the Bills are dead last in the league in their efforts -- even behind Kansas City, who is known for not sending extra heat at the passer."