Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 5/29

Super Bowl 25 Revisited: Giants vs. Bills - NYTimes.com
"After 20 years, Super Bowl 25 is worth revisiting, and not just because it was a compelling drama played at the highest level. It’s also an important connection to pro football’s present as well as its past. Strategy runs in cycles. Trends come and go. This game was about the permanent things."

WVU's Where Are They Now? The 5/28/2011 - The Smoking Musket
I asked Corey McIntyre if the practices were getting to him after he Tweeted that he was sore. He replied, "Some of the things are. But I'm tough." I asked him about the reports of him running over everyone at the practices, and he said, "Yes, sir. That's what I do."

Who's better: Fitzpatrick or Sanchez? - ESPN
Tim Graham chose the Bills QB.

Bills Rookies Get Head Start | wgrz.com
"However three of the Bills rookies, top pick Marcell Dareus, linebacker Kelvin Sheppard and safety Da'Norris Searcy decided to join about 30 of their new Bills teammates in Western New York for workouts this past week."

Chat: Chat with Tim Graham - ESPN
Tim Graham's full chat from Friday.

Bills in harmony; management sounds sour note - The Buffalo News
"The Bills' informal gatherings at Sahlen's Sports Park are far from the usual offseason spring workouts players go through in their underwear. It tells us something about the participants: They are tired of losing."

Owners Need to Own Up in Lockout | wgrz.com
"For most NFL owners having a team is like having a toy. How many of them made their fortune in football ? How many of them are hurting now ? If ever ? So take it out on the little guy and cut their pay ? Come on. I think doing that puts me further in the players corner."

Not Surprisingly, No Mainstream Love for Kyle Williams : Buffalo Sports Daily
While some love Kyle Williams, Brad Andrews notes that many still don't.

Scott Pitoniak: What it would be like if Clay Matthews were a Bill
I told him and the audience of more than 1,100 that we were going to do a little play-acting. We were going to pretend that I was NFL commish Roger Goodell and that this was Draft Day 2009 at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The fantasy scene set, I then intoned into my wireless mic: "With the 11th pick of the 2009 draft, the Buffalo Bills choose Clay Matthews, linebacker, University of Southern California."

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
"The Bills, meanwhile, were thrilled with Dareus because his versatility to play either defensive end in a three man front or defensive tackle in a four man front enables Buffalo to morph between defenses. Dareus played both the five technique and the three technique at Alabama, so the Bills coaches are confident he can play both in the pros." Bob Kalsu also gets a mention.

NFL.com news: Report: Bills eye fight between Hangartner, Wood at center
"Veteran Geoff Hangartner might face stiff competition from Eric Wood for the Bills' starting center spot."

NFL.com news: Fans' choice: Which 'Super Bowl Classic' do you want to see?
Wanna revisit the Super Bowl XXVII loss to the Cowboys? Me neither.

Andrew Luck NFL Draft prospect notes - Mocking The Draft
"Prospect notes on the talented Stanford quarterback, and prohibitive first pick in the 2011 NFL Draft."

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