LANDOVER MD - SEPTEMBER 06: Quarterback #7 Tyrod Taylor of the Virginia Tech Hokies avoids defensive end #92 Shea McClellin of the Boise State Broncos at FedExField on September 6 2010 in Landover Maryland. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
Bills host trio of defensive prospects - BuffaloBills.com
"With a week and a half prior to the 2012 NFL draft the pre-draft visits continue at One Bills Drive. After no visits were scheduled last week, Buffalo played host to three defensive prospects Monday. The Bills welcomed Alabama safety Mark Barron, Boise State defensive end Shea McClellin and Central Florida cornerback Josh Robinson."
Poe has potential, but lacks production - The Buffalo News
"This is the third in a seven-part series previewing the NFL draft. Today's installment: defensive line." It includes the defensive tackles and defensive ends.
Strength of schedules favor AFC East - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Buffalo Bills, .473 opponent win percentage, No. 29"
Bills 2012 schedule to be announced Tuesday, 7 pm - BuffaloBills.com
"When and against whom will the Bills play in their prime time game? What week will Mario Williams face his former team the Houston Texans? All of those questions will be answered Tuesday at 7pm when the Bills 2012 regular season schedule brought to you by Adam’s Mark is released here on Buffalobills.com."
2012 NFL Draft: Defensive End Preview - BuffaloBills.com
BuffaloBills.com previews the top five defensive end prospects.
Inside The Bills | Which game will be prime time?
"With every NFL club getting at least one prime time game in 2012, there are couple of ones that seem logical for the Bills based on their opponents for this season. Here would appear to be the most likely candidates."
WGR 550 - Bills Host Three More
"According to BuffaloBills.com, the team hosted Alabama safety Mark Barron, Boise State defensive end Shea McClellin and Central Florida cornerback Josh Robinson." Joe Buscaglia breaks them down.
Report: Ryan Tannehill will visit Buffalo - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Most likely, this is just due diligence by the Bills, who hold the No. 10 overall pick. The Bills also hosted former Alabama star tailback Trent Richardson, for example, and they are stacked at running back. It's also prudent to get as much intel on Tannehill as possible, because he could be a future opponent. The Miami Dolphins, who own the No. 8 overall pick, are one of the teams after Tannehill next week."
2012 POD Mock Draft: Buffalo Bills Select Bobby Massie - Pride Of Detroit
"In round one, the Buffalo Bills found the best value with a much-needed No. 2 WR in Michael Floyd. In the second, the Bills get value and need at the offensive tackle position by selecting Bobby Massie, an OT from Ole Miss." I am pretty sure OT Mike Adams is still on the board.
Video: NFL Star Steve Johnson Pranks Shoppers By Dropping A Baby???? | Ball Junkie
"Buffalo Bills star wide receiver Stevie Johnson is well known for dropping uncontested passes thrown to him so because he’s an expert at dropping thing’s he is going to show us the art form of dropping a baby…….. not a real one, but a very lifelike toy baby doll." It could be funnier...
After draft, hidden gems await GMs willing to take risks - Sporting News
Jason Peters makes the list, but Fred Jackson doesn't.
Finhead's Mock Draft: Version 14 - The Phinsider
He has Buffalo going with Riley Reiff.
ProFootballWeekly.com - Bills expected to add depth at LB in draft
"However, there are big question marks behind that group, especially on the inside. Should Sheppard go down, the Bills don’t have a good answer. Scott McKillop, who last played in ’09 with the 49ers, is next on the depth chart."
Aaron Maybin signs with Jets | ProFootballTalk
"When Maybin caught on with the Jets, however, he found the perfect fit as a situational pass rusher, recording six sacks last season. At the age of 24, Maybin has plenty of room to keep getting better, and the Jets have a talented young player at a relatively inexpensive price. The Bills just wish he could have developed for them like he developed for the Jets."
QB Prospects for the Bills | Buffalo Wins
Michael Necci looks at three quarterback prospects for the Bills in the draft.
Where in the world is Arthur Moats? - BuffaLowDown
"Next time you hear rumblings of needing another linebacker to join Barnett and Kelvin Sheppard, why Luke Keuchly is worth the number ten pick in this years draft (hey, he might be regardless), or why Buffalo has to shore up the starting linbacking corps, and each time we are forced to watch Dwan Edwards try and bring down running backs in the open field, ask yourself where Arthur Moats is. It’ll be worth it just to see CBS replay The Hit."
2012 NFL Draft: The Buffalo Bills Should Avoid Ryan Tannehill - BuffaLowDown
"Suddenly, I’m very concerned. Bills GM Buddy Nix is having the offseason of a lifetime thanks to some dynamite free agent signings and excellent personnel decisions. If he adds a solid draft in two weeks, he could have set the Bills up for a long-awaited playoff run. But with one move in this draft, Nix can undo a lot of the good he’s done this offseason."