Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 2/27

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 26: Quarterback Robert Griffin III of Baylor runs the 40-yard dash during the 2012 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 26, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

WR crop: Long and strong - The Buffalo News
"They get prettier every year, bigger and faster and long arms," said Bills General Manager Buddy Nix. "The wide receiver group is deep."

Bills like overall talent at combine - WIVB.com
"I think there’re more offensive tackles throughout the draft than normal," Bills GM Buddy Nix tells News 4 Sports. "Normally there are a lot of guards and maybe some centers, but I think there’s more tackles. I think there are more corners and I think the corners are good, the linebackers are good."

Griffin on set, has spoken with Bills - BuffaloBills.com
"Baylor QB Robert Griffin III visits with Rich Eisen and Co. to talk why he didn't throw at the combine and what he's taken from his time in Indy."

Bills Roundup: Griffin Stands Out, Day 4 Wrap Up - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown brings Day 4 of the Combine to its conclusion, focusing on Robert Griffin, who has spoken with the Bills. There were some burners in the 40.

Inside The Bills | Burfict working with Nick Barnett
"I’ve been working with a guy named Nick Barnett who’s with my agency," said Burfict. "He and I have been working on things I can do in the locker room and off the field because this is a business now and there are things you cannot do in business."

Inside The Bills | RGIII confirms interview with Bills
"Heisman trophy winner Robert Griffin III confirmed to the NFL Network that the Bills were one of several teams that interviewed him. In all likelihood it’s Buffalo doing their typical due diligence in the pre-draft process as it would take a king’s ransom to get up to the number two pick from 10th overall."

Mularkey on 2nd shot - The Buffalo News
"It was really a great process with Gene [Smith, GM] and Shad [Khan, owner], actually, in the discussion because a lot of things that occurred in Buffalo came up and they appreciated my honesty with it. I think any job you’re at, whatever it is, position or coordinator or head coaching job, you’re always going to find things you could have done better based on what you’ve done or based on what you’ve seen others do, right or wrong. I’m not going to get into specifics, but it’s been much more of an easy transition going into this one in Jacksonville."

Curry's persistence pays on, off the field - The Buffalo News
"Marshall defensive end Vinny Curry is one of the pass rushers the Buffalo Bills could target if they seek to fill that need in the second round of the NFL Draft."

Charley Casserly On Bills Needs, Stevie Johnson, Team's Future In Buffalo - WGR 550
"NFL Today on CBS NFL Insider and former NFL General Manager Charley Casserly joined Sal Capaccio on this weekend's Sports Talk Saturday to discuss the Bills free agency and draft needs, how he would handle Stevie Johnson's contract situation, Ryan Fitzpatrick's deal, C.J. Spiller's role, and even the Bills future in Buffalo, among other issues."

Wondering about the Wonderlic: What's its worth? | The Journal Gazette
Ryan Fitzpatrick's name comes up when talking about the Wonderlic. Of course it does.

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