Untold Uniform Stories: Thurman's helmet - BuffaloBills.com
"Our latest installment is provided once again by long time Bills equipment manager Dave Hojnowski, more commonly known to Bills players over the years as "Hojo". He shares with us the real story of just what happened to the helmet of Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas moments before Buffalo’s first possession of Super Bowl XVI."
Bills fans should be nervous about losing their team to L.A. | ProFootballTalk
"First, if the Bills are going to leave Buffalo, most fans would prefer that they leave. If a guy is going to lose his wife, he’d prefer that she move in with a man who lives in another state, not in another house in the same neighborhood. Second, Toronto will want its own team, not one to which the folks in Buffalo can claim partial ownership."
Relocation of convention center presents another obstacle for L.A. stadium | ProFootballTalk
How much public money can AEG use to move the LA Convention Center?
Scout.com: Father's Day: Top Recruits Talk About Dad
Zeke Pike talks about his dad's role in his football life for Fathers Day. In another Bills-related post, Riley Bullough, grandson of former Bills coach Hank Bullough, talks about his family's lineage.
Buffalo Bills Topics Page - USATODAY.com
"Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Joe DeLamielleure throws out a ceremonial first pitch before a baseball game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cleveland Indians, Sunday, June 19, 2011, in Cleveland. DeLamielleure starred for the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns during his 13 seasons in the NFL." Check out the pic.
Like father, like son - Famous NFL fathers and sons - FOX Sports List
"Many dads and their boys are united through football. In fact, plenty of sons have followed in their dads' gridiron footsteps. We take a look at some of the notable father-son NFL pairings." A few former Bills are on the list.
Expert Q&As - Q&A: Thurman Thomas, Global Energy Group
"With 12 seasons of professional football with the Buffalo Bills (including four Super Bowls), and Hall of Fame recognition under his belt, Thurman Thomas has moved from the football field to the entrepreneurial field. After his retirement in 2001, Thomas established himself in the business world by starting the Thurman Thomas Global Energy Group and Legends Energy in Buffalo, New York, the city that made him famous."