Who will start at tight end? - BuffaloBills.com
"The player that is expected to be atop the depth chart at the tight end position going into training camp is Scott Chandler. Picked up late last season off waivers from Dallas, Chandler has prototype size for an in-line tight end at 6’7" and 272 pounds."
George Wilson on CBA - "significant issues remain" | WKBW News 7
Bills player representative George Wilson tells Eyewitness Sports Director Jeff Russo that players decided not to vote on, or approve the deal on Thursday night because "significant issues remain unresolved."
No NFL Deal; Bills' Wilson Tells PFW "No Timetable For Vote" - WGR 550
On Thursday night, Wilson told Pro Football Weekly that "there is no timetable for a vote to be held right now. There is no agreement between the players and owners." In addition, Wilson told ESPN that "this is nothing more than an attempt to get the fans to turn on the players" and does not expect a vote Friday.
103.3 The Edge talks with Kyle Williams
Kyle Williams talks about working out at LSU, contact with Bills teammates, off-season workouts, value of minicamp and OTAs, and his new son.
103.3 The Edge - Arthur Moats
Arthur Moats got married and graduated from college this off-season.
Ex-CCU stars play NFL lockout waiting game - Sports - TheSunNews.com
"Thigpen, an unrestricted free agent, played last season with the Miami Dolphins, drawing one start, but he could be on the move again and has been rumored to have interest from the Buffalo Bills."
16 defenders who could be cut before the season | ProFootballTalk
"14. Aaron Maybin, Bills LB: It wouldn’t shock us if the No. 11 pick in the 2009 draft was out of the league by next year."
Bills backers plan S.D. party - The Buffalo News
"The Bills Backers in San Diego are spreading the word about a big tailgate party they are holding before the Dec. 11 game. They have rented out the Chargers' practice field and are expecting a crowd of about 1,000."
Bills with majority this time - The Buffalo News
"NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday night that the new deal does include a supplemental-revenue sharing system. A supplemental revenue system, aimed at helping lower-revenue teams, was added to the previous deal only after intense lobbying by Bills owner Ralph C. Wilson Jr."
Home-town discount on turf - The Buffalo News
"The stadium authority in Minneapolis is paying $495,000 to have a Georgia-based company, Shaw Sportexe, install new turf for this season. The Cheektowaga-based firm, A-Turf, won the bid, at $178,000, to replace the turf at the Orchard Park stadium."
Top 10 Performances: Lee Evans vs. Baltimore - BuffaloBills.com
Lee Evans' big day against the Ravens is the final installment of the series.