INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 03: Professional football player Andy Levitre attends ESPN The Magazine's "NEXT" Event on February 3, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images for ESPN)
NFL Combine: Pass rushers vary in skill set - BuffaloBills.com
"What’s interesting is those prospects forecast to come off the board in the first three to four rounds have widely varying skill sets. So what one NFL club deems as a fit for their defense might not be as attractive to another team. It could make for a very unpredictable outcome in terms of who goes when."
ProFootballWeekly.com - Gailey lauds OLG Levitre's value to Bills
"He creates his own problems by being so good and versatile," Gailey said from the NFL Scouting Combine. "He's the guy, and that's not fair to him, but that's the way it is in the game. He never says a word, he just goes about his business and he'll do whatever you ask him to do. I'm glad we have him on our football team."
Barnett helping controversial LB Burfict - BuffaloBills.com
"Barnett even shared a situation of his own with Burfict. Back in 2007 Barnett got in a bit of hot water when he was drawn into an altercation at a night club during his time in Green Bay. He was eventually cleared of any wrongdoing, but it effectively delivered the message to a young prospect that is eager to prove he’s coachable and a team player."
Wrapping up day 3 of combine - BuffaloBills.com
A recap of the third day at the NFL Combine from NFL Network.
Lee Joins Trip Abroad to Thank U.S. Military - Buccaneers.com
Drayton Florence was one of three NFL players who went overseas to watch the Super Bowl with troops. Get the story here.
The History of the "Talking Proud" Campaign - Buffalo Rising
"Another crucial element to the success of Talking Proud was the Buffalo Bills. 'Thanks to the Bills, Talking Proud achieved national exposure in TV coverage,' said Donlon, 'We received inquiries even from cities in other countries, especially Canada.' The jingle was played at the end of the first quarter at a Bills game and the fans went wild because just before the quarter ended the Bills quarterback completed a touchdown pass. From then on, the fans associated the sound clip with the team's success and it was played regularly at the games."