Bills Roundup: Fairley Highlights Final Media Day - BuffaloBills.com
DL Nick Fairley addresses his "dirty player" label. DB Patrick Peterson speaks about switching to safety. Stephen Paea talks about him bench press record. They also speak with University of Buffalo CB Josh Thomas.
Bills job suits new aide just fine - Bills & NFL - The Buffalo News
Mark Gaughan scored the first in-depth outside interview with new Bills assistant Dave Wannstedt. Check it out.
Newton a little off target - Bills & NFL - The Buffalo News
Gaughan's recap of Sunday at the NFL Combine.
NFL combine: Dareus or Fairley? - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown takes a shot at answering the question.
Paea sets bench press record - BuffaloBills.com
Check out the entire set.
Interactive Scouting Report: Jake Locker - BuffaloBills.com
Mike Maycock talks about how Jake Locker can improve.
Nick Fairley Speaks at the Combine - BuffaloBills.com
Fairley's entire press conference.
Colin Kaepernick Speaks at the Combine - BuffaloBills.com
Kapernick's short talk with the media.
Ryan Mallett Speaks at the Combine - BuffaloBills.com
Ryan Mallet's press conference was full of some fireworks.
Character Concerns: Newton and Mallett - BuffaloBills.com
A look by the NFL Network at two of the top QBs and their character concerns.
Best value defensive lineman - BuffaloBills.com
Steve Mariucci, Michael Irvin, and Brian Billick discuss who they think will be the best value at the DL.
Inside The Bills | Paea with record 49 reps
"Oregon State DT Stephen Paea couldn’t quite lock out rep number 50 on the bench press, but his 49 reps set an NFL combine record breaking the old mark set by Arkansas C Mitch Petrus (2010), Ohio State’s Mike Kudla (2006) and UTEP and former Bills DL Leif Larsen (2000) who all had 45 reps."
Inside The Bills | Fairley looks trim
"Fairley measured 6’4″ 291 pounds about five to 10 pounds lighter than his playing weight at Auburn. He said he played this past season between 290 and 300 as his weight fluctuated throughout the season. The defensive lineman was proud of the work he’s put in."
Inside The Bills | Spiller gets props at combine
Miami CB DeMarcus Van Dyke was asked who his toughest cover assignment was in his college career. His answer was a Buffalo Bill. "I would say it was C.J. Spiller," said Van Dyke. "He was tough off the line, but I haven’t talked to them here at the combine."
NFL Videos: Billick's Mock Draft
Brian Billick has the Bills selecting a defensive lineman at 3 overall.
Cam Newton underwhelming in workout - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Newton was off target throughout, frequently overthrowing receivers. But it should be noted quarterbacks work with unfamiliar receivers at the combine. They run at different speeds and break varying routes."
Scouts Inc. concerned with Fairley's size - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"McShay and Weidl are concerned about defensive tackle Nick Fairley's size. Auburn listed Fairley at 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds. He was checked in Saturday at 6-3, 291."
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Fairley Most Likely to Meet With Bills
"When speaking at the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, Auburn defensive tackle Nick Fairley said that he most likely has a meeting scheduled with the Buffalo Bills."
BillBoard - Blogs - The Buffalo News
Gaughan looks at the QBs' throwing sessions.
Combine interviews are critical | WIVB.com
John Murphy explains why interviews are so important.
Newton still has questions to answer after middling combine - USATODAY.com
A look back at Cam Newton's Sunday.
My review of the Combine | Buffalo Wins
Joe Pinzone recaps the first couple days of the Combine.
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Sharing tale of tragedy, faith & hope - Chicago Sun-Times
"Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly and wife Jill talk about their courtship during an interview with Pastor Jim Nicodem Saturday at Christ Community Church in St. Charles, Ill."
Buffalo Bills Linebacker Shawne Merriman & CM Punk Get Into Twitter Battle After Run-In In Costa Rica
"CM Punk and Buffalo Bills linebacker Shawne Merriman had a run-in in Costa Rica that resulted in a public war of words on Twitter. As with anything on Twitter, it could all be in good fun but check out the Tweets below:"