OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 23: Dwayne Bowe #82 of the Kansas City Chiefs catches this nine yard pass in front of Stanford Routt #26 of the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum on October 23, 2011 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Reed out of patience with HOF Selectors - BuffaloBills.com
"Whoever is listening if the voters are listening, the committee, they haven’t heard one word from me. I just sit back and let it fall, which I did on Saturday. I was very disappointed. I was more disappointed for family and friends than me. They need to do something about it. What they’re doing is a travesty. I don’t know. If I was a fly on the wall in there I’d turn into a big mosquito and bite all of them."
Routt reportedly to visit Bills - The Buffalo News
"Buffalo is one of two teams who have reportedly already scheduled a meeting with ex-Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt, who was released by Oakland in the first surprise move of the NFL offseason Thursday."
Hall vote deepest cut for Reed - Jerry Sullivan
"I can't say any more about it," Reed said Thursday afternoon in an appearance at the Buffalo Auto Show. "I'm so exhausted with it."
Inside The Bills | Reed tired of waiting
"You move on in life and you live another day. It’s not on my time, it’s one somebody else’s," he said. "I love the game of football. I’ve played it since I’m eight-years old and I loved it. I got some calls and sometimes I didn’t get the calls and this is a call I’ve got to wait for."
Top 10 Performances: Chris Kelsay vs. Denver - BuffaloBills.com
"In the next edition of the Top 10 Performances of 2011, Bills linebackers coach Bob Sanders breaks down film of Chris Kelsay's game against the Denver Broncos."
Bills release Corto (updated) - The Buffalo News
"He was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2007 and was on the active roster from 2008-10, primarily as a special teams contributor. The Bills had to release him once he passed his physical since he was on the waived/injured list last season. A source told The News that several teams have interest in Corto."
Lindell all but guaranteed to finish career with Bills - AFC East Daily
"It’s great. Like I said going into the offseason talking with coach and Buddy I want to win here," Lindell told BuffaloBills.com. "To win here I think would be really special so that’s something to look forward to."
Report: CB Stanford Routt Visiting Bills Monday - WGR 550
"Routt was just released by the Oakland Raiders, one year in to his recently signed five-year contract with the team. He's 28 years old and has started for Oakland each of the past two seasons. Routt has 10 interceptions total in seven accrued seasons in the NFL."
Playing tag in AFC East - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"The question is will Buffalo budge and pay Johnson $7 million to $8 million per season to return? If Johnson's representation feels he can get that somewhere else on the open market, they will wait it out until March unless Buffalo ups its price. But the Bills most likely aren't tagging Johnson to keep him for just one year."
Bills believe Fitzpatrick will improve in 2012 - CBSSports.com News
"I think as we continue to get better as a football team, Ryan will continue to get extremely proficient at his job," said Gailey, who has remodeled his offensive staff. "I have a great deal of confidence in Ryan and what he was going to be able to do at quarterback for us in the future. I know the statistics, you can look at statistics and you can turn them anyway you want to turn them but he'll play just fine as we continue to be a good football team."
Strategy And Personnel - CBSSports.com
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Metzelaars arrives as tight ends coach - CBSSports.com
As an outsider new on the job, new quarterbacks coach David Lee said Buffalo's offense doesn't need an overhaul, just a tuneup. "These guys were 14th in the league in offense last year, there's 18 other teams that would love to have been 14th. So, we're not fixing something that is broken here, we just need to keep moving the football and climb closer to the top 10 offensively."
Bills and Bulls visit sick children | WIVB.com
"Buffalo Bills Rian Lyndell, along with teammates Brian Moorman and Fred Jackson, greeted the patients to cheer up their day. The players were handing out gift baskets sponsored by the Riley Children's Foundation and the Basket of Hope organizations."
Pressure to end NFL blackouts mounts | WIVB.com
Matt Sabuda of the Sports Fan Coalition of Buffalo said, "Right now I know we're in the thousands and we're submitting those all at once on Monday to the FCC to hopefully bombard them with comments to lift this."
Reed Disappointed to Miss out on Hall of Fame Again | wgrz.com
"If you were in my shoes you'd be disappointed. Of course I'm very disappointed after what happened," said Reed.
NFL Videos: Rough landing
"01:56 – Was the Jets' dysfunction apparent on the field? Brian Baldinger and Bills LB Nick Barnett weigh in on who was to blame for the issues at the end of the season."