Bills' coaches, young players losing valuable time - Larry Felser
Larry Felser goes through who the lockout is hurting most - the young players.
NFL players hold phone updates on lockout - The Buffalo News
"We're definitely optimistic we're moving in the right direction," Wilson told The Associated Press on Saturday. "Right now we feel like we're having meaningful discussions. ... We feel we have the right people in the room, discussing the right things and both sides want to get a deal done. But even though we're moving in the right direction, we're not there yet."
Area Servicemen Show Off Bills Uniforms | Jamestown Post-Journal
"Donned in the royal blue jersey and the white helmet - like those in the days of Jack Kemp - and the charging buffalo -like those from the Jim Kelly era - six U.S. servicemen stood on stage on Friday evening in the end zone at Ralph Wilson Stadium in front of a crowd of about 4,000."
Buffalo Bills unveil new uniforms for 2011 | Democrat and Chronicle
"Now the Buffalo Bills have unveiled a new look again, choosing metallic white helmets with a charging buffalo and gray facemasks, and for the first time in team history, the word "Bills" will appear on the front of their jerseys and the logo will appear on the pants and jerseys."
wgrz.com | Buffalo, NY
WGRZ's photo gallery of the Uniform Unveiling Event.
NFL.com news: Fashion forward: Bills unveil brand-new uniforms for 2011
"We wanted something that just wasn't a flat white," Bills director of merchandise Tim Kehoe told the team's website. "For more of a modern type of a look, we wanted to go with this metallic flake, which will add a little bit of reflective nature to the quality of the helmet."
Bills’ NFLPA* rep: "We’re definitely optimistic" | ProFootballTalk
"By saying that the right people are in the room, Wilson is using the same NFLPA* talking point that Smith used after the latest round of negotiations wrapped up Thursday. Wilson also said, "There’s definitely going to be talks every week because time is of the essence," in a sign that the NFLPA* thinks the right people will remain in the room."