Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 7/20

ORCHARD PARK NY - NOVEMBER 14: Fred Jackson #22 of the Buffalo Bills is tackled by Amari Spivey #42 and Alphonso Smith #27 of the Detroit Lions at Ralph Wilson Stadium on November 14 2010 in Orchard Park New York. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

Will Jackson finally carry the load from the start? - BuffaloBills.com
"Now that he’s done that each of the last two seasons it stands to reason that Jackson goes into the 2011 campaign with his best opportunity to be Buffalo’s main ball carrier for a full 16-game slate for the first time in his career."

Top 10 Performances: Fred Jackson vs. Detroit - BuffaloBills.com
"In the ninth edition of the Top 10 Performances of 2010, Bills offensive coordinator Curtis Modkins breaks down film of Fred Jackson's game against the Detroit Lions."

Tom Golisano Repeats Desire To Keep Bills In Buffalo - WGR 550 SportsRadio
"Well, I'm concerned about the Buffalo Bills ever leaving the community of Buffalo. I think it would be a terrible shame. And I've made sort of [a] commitment that if that likelihood appears to be happening, I will try to get involved and see what I can do to prevent it."

Inside The Bills | Roster numbers by position
"The Bills would need to add 15 players to get to last year’s roster limit of 80. As you’ll see below the positions that need the most additions based on last year’s camp totals are inside linebacker and cornerback."

Resolve NFL labor dispute that threatens to weaken upstate economy | Democrat and Chronicle
"It's impossible to get economic impact figures from the Bills about their summer camp, but an indicator is that the Cortland area will lose $4.5 million due to the New York Jets' cancellation of their camp there."

Bills tackle hosting football, cheer camps - The Buffalo News
"Demetrius Bell, an offensive tackle for the Buffalo Bills, is hosting football and cheer camps Saturday in the Town of Tonawanda. "

Luke Russert joins PFT Live on Wednesday to look at Bills’ "worst moments" | ProFootballTalk
On Wednesday’s PFT Live, we’ll be looking at the worst moments for the Buffalo Bills since the last work stoppage, in 1987. Check it out at noon.

Summer camp for city kids ready for new season - The Buffalo News
"On Thursday night, a benefit bash for the camp, "The Night of Champions," will be held from 6 to 11 p. m. at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo. The event will feature live music, raffles and auctions, a live martial-arts demonstration and appearances by about eight former Buffalo Bills and Sabres players, martial-arts superstar A. J. Verel and Mayor Byron W. Brown. "

Brain loss data may prove risk of football | The Journal Gazette | Fort Wayne, IN
"You don't play football without getting a concussion," said Cornelius Bennett, a former linebacker for the Buffalo Bills and head of the retired National Football League Players' Association. "We're taught in football that if you can't play, you lose your job, and if you don't report concussions, you have a better chance of keeping your job."

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