Bills to unveil new uniforms at Uniform Launch event - BuffaloBills.com
The full press release from BuffaloBills.com on the Uniform Launch party.
Nelson growing into his role as Bills receiver - The Buffalo News
"Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson is determined to build off his surprisingly good rookie season."
Faces of lockout: Hangout for Bills fans - ESPN AFC East Blog
"You can imagine how much a Ralph Wilson Stadium neighborhood restaurant with 12 employees would rely on NFL games to remain profitable. With the lockout threatening to wipe out exhibitions and maybe even regular-season dates, Big Tree Inn owners Dan DeMarco and Brian Duffek are nervous."
Inside The Bills | Tix for uniform unveiling
"Here’s a heads up on tickets for the unveiling of the new Bills uniforms for 2011, which will happen at Ralph Wilson Stadium on June 24th."
Bills will introduce new uniforms - The Buffalo News
"The Bills' last uniform redesign was in 2002. The team introduced a throwback uniform in 2005. The Bills are keeping their charging buffalo logo on the side of the helmet, but the helmets will change from red to white."
Bills unis unveiled June 24 - BillBoard
"The last time the Bills re-designed their uniforms was before the 2002 season. The new redesign will keep the Bills' charging buffalo logo. The helmets will change from red to white. The home jerseys are expected to go back to more of a royal blue color."
Bills to roll out new uniforms June 24 | Democrat and Chronicle
"There’s not a whole lot going on these days at One Bills Drive with the NFL locking its players out, so it’s the perfect time for the Buffalo Bills to throw a party."
Joe Cribbs to speak at LCSHOF Banquet - The News-Courier in Athens, Alabama
"Joe Cribbs, who was an SEC running back at Auburn University and later played nine seasons in the National Football League, will be this year’s guest speaker for the Limestone County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet."
Andre Reed appearance - BillBoard
"Bills great Andre Reed will make appearances in Clarence on Saturday to sign autographs and promote his Over The Middle all-purpose sauce."
Poking through the AFC East mailbag - ESPN AFC East Blog
"Joseph wanted to make sure we knew the New York Army National Guard established Forward Operating Base Kalsu in Iskandariya, Iraq, in 2003. I wasn't aware of that. Pretty cool tribute to an American hero. Thanks for pointing that out, Joseph, but thank you even more for your service to our country."
Why Ryan Fitzpatrick is the right QB at the right time for the Buffalo Bills - Yahoo! Sports
"Indeed, Fitz's refreshing lack of ego might just make him more valuable to the Bills right now than any self-promoting college QB who believes in his own hype. More than ever, the Bills need a fresh identity as a team, as pieces of a whole rather than groups of players who wear the same uniform, trying to play together on an anemic O-Line or in awkward hybrid defensive schemes."
AFL's Best Offensive Line Keeping QB Upright - Our Sports Central
"The final piece of the AFL's most dominant offensive line is the Line Coach, Jerry Crafts. Crafts was an offensive lineman for the Buffalo Bills from 1992 to 1994, before playing for the Amsterdam Admirals of the World League of Football. He later joined the Philadelphia Eagles as an offensive lineman from 1997 to 1998."
Buffalo Bills Post-Draft Roster Analysis: Tight End : Buffalo Sports Daily
"Now that the dust of the 2011 Draft has settled, it’s time to analyze the current state of Buffalo’s roster. We’ll be taking a look at one position at a time. Today: TE."
Buffalo Bills Post-Draft Roster Analysis: Wide Reciever : Buffalo Sports Daily
"Wide receiver is going to be among the more interesting positions to watch in training camp this season, as Buffalo has a bit of log jam here. The Bills will bring back five guys who caught at least 18 passes last year and add 2010 fourth-round pick Marcus Easley, who missed all of last season with an injury."