Bills sign pair of tryout players and undrafted free agent - BuffaloBills.com
"Buffalo also signed tryout safety Nick Saenz. The University of Houston product was a three-year starter for the Cougars appearing in 52 games mainly at free safety. Saenz (6’0" 195) finished his college career with 240 tackles, 14 pass breakups, three interceptions and three forced fumbles."
WNY tour impresses new Bills - The Buffalo News
"We really try to give them an understanding of what they're coming into," said Paul Lancaster, the Bills' director of player engagement. "We want to give them an opportunity to embrace the city, as well as the city embrace them."
WGR 550 - Bills' LB Bradham Yearns For More Than Big Hits
"Yes… if it's legal," Bradham clarified. "I'm a physical linebacker and I like to take pride in that. I feel like it sets the tone that it's defense, being able to just know your toughness and our physicality and discipline. It all goes hand in hand."
Bills sign three, cut two - The Buffalo News
"Corp's release leaves the Bills without a developmental quarterback on the roster behind starter Ryan Fitzpatrick and backups Vince Young and Tyler Thigpen. The team also had Alex Tanney in over the weekend on a tryout basis, but did not offer the Monmouth College product a contract."
WGR 550 - Bills Add Dickerson, Cut QB Corp
"Dickerson entered the NFL as a seventh-round (227th overall) draft pick by Houston in 2010 and saw action in seven games with the Texans. The 6-1, 226-pound Pittsburgh product was released by Houston prior to the 2011 season and sport a portion of the year on the Pittsburgh and New England practice squads."
WGR 550 - Bills Rookies Enjoy Their First Look At WNY
For many of the first year Bills, this is the first time out into the community. Third round pick T.J. Graham was really enjoying the day, "It’s been fun. I’ve been excited to get out of the hotel room, get away and do something different. This is my first time out and I’m having a lot of fun, visiting places I wanted to see and meeting people in Buffalo and the kids too, this has been fun."
Inside The Bills | Merriman update
"It’s been rough man. It was a rough process just going out there on the field and not knowing if I was going to be 100% or whether I am going to be able to play next week, practice next week," he said. "I dealt with that my last year in San Diego and my first full year when I got out here and that’s not the case or the scenario this year. I’ve been here every day for the past 3 or 4 weeks doing everything the team has been doing with the off-season workouts. It’s been good."
NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
Dan Pompei lists the Bills as a candidate for a turnaround.
Bills release Wild | Erie Times-News
"The 6-foot 1-inch, 220-pound Wild, who also starred on Mercyhurst's 2011 Division II national championship lacrosse team and earned numerous awards as a scholar-athlete, was the Erie Times-News 2011 Sportsman of the Year."
Polian Joining Bills Wall Of Fame : Buffalo Sports Daily
"Polian left following the 1992 and the divorce wasn’t pretty. To say there were some ill feelings between Polian and Ralph Wilson at the time and for several years that followed would be an understatement. Quite thankfully, there’s clearly been a reconciliation."
Bill Polian: Buffalo's GM | Buffalo Wins
"Like an employer who seems to want to hire an employee who resembles them, Buffalo fans want their athletes to be a mirror image of themselves. Jim Kelly was the city's perfect QB with his blue collar attitude and fiery demeanor. Hollywood couldn't devise a better screenplay for a Buffalo athlete. You could probably say the same thing about Polian."
Gilmore on rookie camp: 'I felt like I got a lot better' - AFC East Daily
"It was a great experience I learned a lot," Gilmore said, according to the team's website. "I learned a lot from (secondary) coach (George) Catavolos. He’s trying to teach me the plays and playing with good technique and I had a great camp. I felt like I got a lot better and if I just keep working on my technique I can improve even more. I feel like it helped me out and I got better every day and I’m looking forward to the future."
Stephon Gilmore Impresses at Bills Rookie Minicamp - BuffaLowDown
"However, one man clearly has impressed so far, and that man is (thankfully) Buffalo’s top rookie: first-round draft choice Stephon Gilmore. Gilmore stood out all weekend, recording three interceptions and many pass breakups. Granted, he was going against tryout/undrafted quarterbacks and receivers who might not be in the NFL anytime soon, but it is certainly nice to hear that Gilmore made a good impression."
Beers of the NFL: Buffalo Bills | TiffanyOrbin
"It's Week 2 of the Beers of the NFL Tour and Tiffany's next stop is the Flying Bison Brewing Company to represent the Buffalo Bills."