Ralph Wilson Jr. - NFL's military men - FOX Sports List
"Wilson enlisted in the Navy and was in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters during World War II. He went on to found the Buffalo Bills and was an influential AFL owner. Wilson was a key figure in the merger between the AFL and the NFL, and was enshrined in the Hall of Fame in 2009."
Remembering those who served is what today is all about - themorningsun.com
"Although not nearly as well known, Bob Kalsu, a linebacker for the Buffalo Bills, was killed in Vietnam in 1970. He was in the ROTC program at the University of Oklahoma, and was called to active duty following his first season in the NFL."
NFL.com news: Top 10 NFL Buckeyes coached by Tressel
"8. Whitner was the eighth overall selection in 2006. Since, he has been a good player who's had bouts of inconsistency. In his first career game, Whitner intercepted Tom Brady."
Inside The Bills | Kalsu: The whole story
"Kalsu was the Sports Illustrated cover story back in 2001 and the nine page write up is a must for any Bills fan."
More Memorial Day NFL 'Heros' - Baltimore Beat Down
"The Arizona Cardinals' Pat Tillman might have been the most recent NFL player to give his life fighting to protect this country, but he certainly wasn't the first or only former player to do so." Bob Kalsu is mentioned.
Player-Led Workouts | The Onion Sports Network
"Buffalo Bills: Ryan Fitzpatrick organized a specialized passing practice at his house, during which teammates could come over and teach him how to properly throw the ball"
NFL Teams and Social Media: Who's Hot And Who's Not. - Blogging The Boys
"How effective are NFL teams at exploiting the opportunities social media has to offer? A look at internet reach, Facebook Fans and Twitter Followers for each NFL team."
WGR Radio Appearance | wgrz.com
Adam Benigni talked with the Howard Simon Show about Jeffrey Gundlach's potential interest in buying the Bills. Read his thoughts and listen to the audio here.