ORCHARD PARK NY - DECEMBER 12: Leodis McKelvin #28 of the Buffalo Bills celebrates making an interception against the Cleveland Browns at Ralph Wilson Stadium on December 12 2010 in Orchard Park New York. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
Bills fans should be wary of franchise predators - The Buffalo News
"Sorry about the gloom, but the Bills are vulnerable. The best thing for Buffalo fans would be if one of those five other cities moved to L.A. soon, while Wilson was still alive. Even then, the specter of a second L.A. team will be very real, especially if the first team does well. It's hard to believe the NFL can't thrive in a market that large."
McKelvin, Bills teammates reach out to youths - The Buffalo News
"For the third straight year, Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin held a fundamental football camp for Kids Escaping Drugs and brought some of his friends with him. Bills receivers Paul Hubbard, Naaman Roosevelt, Marcus Easley and safety Jairus Byrd joined McKelvin and helped guide about 90 kids through basic drills on the practice fields at Lancaster High School."
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NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
Wade Phillips and Gregg Williams get talked up this Fathers Day.
NFL.com news: L.A. most likely will lure team from another SoCal city
Nobody on the panel has the Bills relocating yet.
NFL.com news: No team a slam-dunk candidate to make move to Los Angeles
"There are no slam-dunk candidates to go to L.A. As such, these five make sense for some reasons, and don't for others." The Bills aren't on the list.... at least not while Ralph Wilson is alive.
Sporting News predicts No. 1 pick in 2012 for Carolina Panthers - Mocking The Draft
"After taking quarterback Cam Newton No. 1 overall in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Sporting News NFL annual preview predicts the Carolina Panthers will again hold the top pick in next year's draft. The magazine predicts four teams (Arizona, Buffalo, Denver and Washington) will finish 4-12."