FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 1: Steve Johnson #13 of the Buffalo Bills catches a touchdown pass as Kyle Arrington #24 of the New England Patriots defends at Gillette Stadium on January 1, 2012 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 3-2
Chris Brown gets questions on Syracuse DE Chandler Jones, adding two defensive ends in the first two picks, comparing Matt Forte to Fred Jackson, and the Bills' injury woes.
CAPACCIO: Bills And Johnson Can Both Make A Statement For Buffalo - WGR 550
"It’s all sitting right there for Nix and the Bills. And for Johnson. In two strokes of the pen, the organization can show the rest of the league, and particularly other future free agents, that Buffalo is desirable. Young, talented players not only want to be IN Buffalo, but actually like it so much they want to stay here, too."
Mock Draft Watch 5.0 - BuffaloBills.com
Courtney Upshaw and Melvin Ingram dominate the mock drafts for Buffalo but a few other players are sneaking in, as well.
Trade value for Evans justified - The Buffalo News
"The Buffalo Bills were questioned and criticized - including in this space - for dealing receiver Lee Evans last summer. The value they got in return - a draft pick late in the fourth round - looks even better today after the Baltimore Ravens released Evans after just one injury plagued season."
Jackson ready for full-speed return to Bills - Olean Times Herald
"I think you have to ... it was tough ... I was having the best season of my career," Jackson admitted. "It definitely hurt me to go out the way I did. But it’s also motivation, something for me to feed off of when I come back this year."
The Bills Will NOT Be Going After the #2 Pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. - Buffalowdown
"Look, I love Griffin…but I get it. The Bills would have to trade an absurd number of picks to move past the Browns, Redskins, and possibly Dolphins in the Griffin sweepstakes. The Bills are closer to contention than you might think, and the biggest holes that need to be plugged don’t include QB."
ProFootballWeekly.com - Bills won't force the issue at TE spot
"We'll use a guy that has talent. I'm not going to try and put a square peg in a round hole just to say we've got a tight end or just to use a tight end," Gailey told PFW from the NFL Scouting Combine. "If we're better off with four wide receivers on the field or three wide receivers and two running backs — my job is to put the best players on the field and get the most out of them."
CANOE -- SLAM! Sports - NFL - Bills GM was only teasing
Bill Lankhof slams the Bills saying it's business as usual at One Bills Drive.
Video: Will the Buffalo Bills Re-sign Stevie Johnson? - Bills Gab
"Without Stevie Johnson’s on-field antics, he may have re-signed with the Buffalo Bills by now. But without Stevie, the Bills are left with scraps at wide receiver."