ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 18: C.J. Spiller #28 of the Buffalo Bills runs against the Miami Dolphins at Ralph Wilson Stadium on December 18, 2011 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
Bills NFL Draft Breakdown | wgrz.com
"In the video above, the 2 on Your Side sports staff, Adam Benigni, Ben Hayes and Stu Boyar discuss the Bills major needs in this years draft and look at several possible players they could select with that 10th pick."
Spiller aims to build on strong finish to 2011 - Hornell Evening Tribune
"It’s great anytime you can add great players like we did. I have all the faith in management — our GM Buddy Nix, our owner, Mr. (Ralph) Wilson, and Coach (Chan) Gailey," Spiller said at Sports Night in Hornell Saturday. "Those guys are making great decisions. They’re always looking to improve our team. They showed that this offseason with all the signings. I’m definitely looking forward to next week’s draft to see the additions that we add."
Bills podcast: Draftwatch | Buffalo Wins
"We are a few days away from the end of 2012 mock drafts and Mel Kiper's airtime! Wohooo! Anyways, on this addition of the Bills podcast, I got Matt Warren from Buffalo Rumblings to discuss the Bills draft possibilities. Enjoy and tell a friend."
Examining the Bills and Buddy's draft resumes | Buffalo Wins
Joe Pinzone looks at what the Bills and Buddy Nix have done in previous drafts to see where they might head in 2012.
2012 Buffalo Bills Schedule Breakdown, Weeks 4-7 - BuffaLowDown
Taking a closer look at games in the middle of Buffalo's season.
2012 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Alabama S Mark Barron - BuffaLowDown
"I’m sure a lot of people would grumble if the Bills took Barron. After all, the Bills really don’t need a safety. But Barron is the type of player Buddy Nix loves: a productive, experienced defensive player from a big-time college program. Don’t be shocked if he’s very high on Nix’s draft board and don’t be shocked if Barron is Buffalo’s pick."
ProFootballWeekly.com - Whispers We've Been Hearing
"When Terrence is healthy, he’s as good as any of them. Hopefully he’ll get through this year healthy, but we’ve still got to (add a receiver) - we can’t get caught," GM Buddy Nix told reporters Wednesday. "I don’t want to get us in a position that we were in last year and the year before. If we get one hurt, it’s a big drop-off. You lose the ability to compete."