Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 2/18

ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 24: Jairus Byrd #31 of the Buffalo Bills steps in to intercept a pass intended for Eric Decker #87 of the Denver Broncos at Ralph Wilson Stadium on December 24, 2011 in Orchard Park, New York. Byrd ran the interception 37 yards for a touchdown. Buffalo won 40-14. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 2-17
Chris Brown answers questions on Kirk Morrison, the switching of the defensive scheme again, Jairus Byrd in a 4-3, what current Bill could step into the defensive end position, drafting another defensive tackle, and Chan Gailey turning play-calling duties over to Curtis Modkins.

NFL.com news: Exit Interview: Buffalo must address depth this offseason
"With the 2011 season in the rearview mirror, it's time for NFL.com's annual 'Exit Interviews,' a chance to review the ups and downs of each team's past season and spin it forward."

Cuomo defends $1B for Buffalo | Democrat and Chronicle
"We can be a part of it," Cuomo said of the effort to keep the Bills in Buffalo, without specifying how much he would be willing to commit. "Do I understand they’re important? Yes."

NFL Draft Report Podcast #4 - WGR 550
"Joe Buscaglia and Brian Koziol talk about the Bills and the NFL Draft."

Inside The Bills | Where does Moats fit?
"Moats will likely be one of a few candidates for that starting SLB role in Wannstedt’s defense. GM Buddy Nix mentioned the need to add another linebacker either in free agency or the draft. Where Chris White will line up is still a mystery at this point, and Kirk Morrison is a free agent."

Inside The Bills | Carrington optimistic about ‘D’
"Not too in depth. I’ll still be on the line of course, but he didn’t go into detail about it," Carrington told Buffalobills.com. "I talked to him a little bit about the defense and the kind of things they would entail. I’m optimistic about it and I’m ready to start the offseason and get into the swing of the new defense."

Premium Seating Additions In CVC Proposal Would Leave Rams Among League's Lowest Earners - Turf Show Times
"An additional $2.62 million in premium seating revenue would not move the Rams too far up the list. It would put them slightly below the Buffalo Bills, ranked 27th, who can generate slightly more than $25 million in premium seating revenue."

Ranking the 2012 Free Agents: Wide Receivers | ProFootballFocus.com
Stevie Johnson is No. 7 on the list.

2012 NFL Free Agents: Stevie Johnson, Bills Continue Contract Talks - Niners Nation
Niners fans discuss the merits of adding Stevie Johnson.

Bills’ Kirk Morrison Thankful for His HOF Mentors | Pro Player Insiders
"Buffalo Bills linebacker Kirk Morrison spoke with Pro Player Insiders and provided insight on his favorite extracurricular activities as well as his secrets to being successful on the field."

Bills' Wannstedt ready to switch for 4-3 alignment - Olean Times Herald
Chuck Pollack talks about the switch to the 4-3.

Bills, Sabres stuck in mud - Wellsville Daily Reporter
"There’s a serious syndrome overwhelming the Buffalo pro sports teams. They are stuck in a rut with no signs of being able to free themselves. It’s a lack of progress that is, in reality, regression."

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