METAIRIE LA - JULY 30: Defensive Coordinator Gregg Williams of the New Orleans Saints during the first day of Training Camp on July 30 2010 in Metairie Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
Bills bounty system under Williams alleged - The Buffalo News
"During his time as Buffalo Bills head coach, Gregg Williams promoted cash bonuses for delivering hits that seriously injured opponents, former safety Coy Wire told The Buffalo News."
Bills UFA Re-Signing Odds - WGR 550
"As the clock continues to tick away on the 2011 NFL league year, the pressure for teams to re-sign their own only rises. So with just 10 days ago, let's take a look at how much of a chance some of the Bills' free agents have of returning, at least in my opinion."
Report: Bills had bounty system under Gregg Williams | ProFootballTalk
"The Bills deny knowledge of any type of bounty program, and NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told Graham that '[n]o evidence of violations at other teams' was discovered during the investigation regarding the Saints."
Former Buffalo Bills players say Gregg Williams had bounty system there, too - Sporting News
"There were rewards," Wire told the newspaper. "There never was a point where cash was handed out in front of the team. But surely, you were going to be rewarded. When somebody made a big hit that hurt an opponent, it was commended and encouraged."
Ruben Brown says Bills Didn't Run 'Bounty' System | wgrz.com
"No, I never heard anything like that, don't know what he did when he was in Washington and New Orleans, but not in Buffalo," said Brown.
Inside The Bills | Nix on DE and CB depth in draft
"I think corners are really deep in this draft," said Nix. "I think there will be some worthy of the 10th pick and some in the mid-rounds. Defensive end for us you question, you get a little nervous with the 10th pick, but in the mid-rounds it’s as deep as I’ve seen it. So from the second round on there will be some guys that can come in and help you quick."
Walker's weekend mailbag: Patriots' WRs - AFC East Blog - ESPN
James Walker answers Bills questions on Mario Williams and Hines Ward.
Bills’ Parrish heads Miami High Hall of Fame class - MiamiHerald.com
"Buffalo Bills wide receiver Roscoe Parrish heads the 2012 class of the Miami High Hall of Fame that was announced Friday."