FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 1: Ryan Fitzpatrick #14 of the Buffalo Bills throws a pass against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in the first half on January 1, 2012 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
Fitz won't blame injury for poor play - Jerry Sullivan
"The Bills put Fitzpatrick on the injury list for just one day, listing him as limited. According to the team, he didn't officially miss a day of practice. He continued to play, and beginning with the next game against the Jets, his performance suffered. He was bad against the Jets and in the following game at Dallas. Clearly, it was an issue for at least a few weeks."
NFL.com Blogs - Reed left out of Hall again
"I believe Andre Reed belongs in the Hall of Fame," said Levy, 86. "Now that’s one voice speaking, but I know his teammates would all say it very strongly. I don’t believe there’s ever been anyone better at yards after catch than Andre. And as a self-effacing, modest, hard-working, always-prepared individual that makes me root for him even more."
Frandina re-joins Bills front office - BuffaloBills.com
"Frandina will be responsible for overseeing and managing all aspects of the team’s long-range stadium improvement planning. His previous experience with the Bills, in addition to his engineering background, made him the perfect fit for this role."
Inside The Bills | Searcy chops dreds
"Searcy chopped off all of his dreadlocks that he had during the 2011 season. Here’s his twitter avatar as proof."
NFL.com Blogs - Stevie Johnson donates his Super Bowl XLVI tickets
Stevie Johnson's blog from Super Bowl Sunday.
Buffalo Bills 'Ultimate Franchise Player' Selection - Midwest Sports Fans
"The Buffalo Bills are a proud franchise that, despite recent struggles, have had plenty of good moments, mainly the earlier days of the AFL and the Marv Levy era of the late-1980’s/early 1990’s. Kurt continues his Ultimate Franchise Player series by naming Mr. Bill."
Buffalo Sports Fans: Unite! - Buffalo Rising
"Spearheaded by former Buffalo Bills Media Relations staffer Matt Sabuda, the Buffalo Chapter's first order of business is to pressure the NFL's blackout issue with the Federal Communications Commission by creating a website called EndBlackouts.com."