Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 5/29

KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 11: Running back Fred Jackson #22 of the Buffalo Bills rushes up field against the Kansas City Chiefs during the third second quarter on September 11, 2011 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The Bills beat the Chiefs 41-7.(Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)

Bills OTA primer - BuffaloBills.com
"As Bills OTAs get underway Tuesday here’s what you need to know about the workouts."

Bills Begin OTA's | wgrz.com
"Bills running back Fred Jackson is excited to get things underway. 'It's slowly progressing, we made some good moves in the off season, now its time to start putting those pieces together, it's exciting times, we feel like we've made some good moves. Again, we've gotta go out and play football but we're excited about it.'"

NFL offseason report cards: AFC East - USA Today
The Bills get an A-minus for their offseason. The question must be asked: what could have netted them an A?

Former Bills lineman Kalsu died as soldier not a hero - CBSSports.com
"Bob Kalsu could have earned fame and fortune as a Buffalo Bills guard. Instead he died as a soldier in Vietnam. Len Pasquarelli says this is a Memorial Day story to remember."

NFL men who served in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
A look at NFL players serving through the years.

Players Killed During Military Service: Fan Research - Yahoo! Sports
Bob Kalsu is just one NFL player to die in the last 50 years serving in the military.

More Bills News
Inside The Bills | What Gailey wants to see from rookies

"I want them to be themselves. I want to see if they can fit in, if they know what to ask," said Gailey. "They need to be able to be accountable to themselves, not to me. So I want to just see how they handle things as they go forward dealing with veterans."

Four more AFC East questions - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Will Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick find consistency?"

For DeLamielleure, forgetfulness and a 'short fuse' are concussions' lingering toll | cleveland.com
"He says he has attention, memory and anger problems, all symptoms of repeated brain injury. "I lose my wallet three or four times a day," DeLamielleure says. "' I talk extremely fast, which I never did. Then you get a short fuse. Little things [set] you off. And it's constant. I was never that impulsive."

Andre Reed’s OTM Spices Up Memorial Day | Pro Player Insiders NFL Players
"In addition to remembering U.S. Service members who have died, Memorial Day also marks the start of the summer vacation season. With that comes food, family gatherings, outdoor grilling and more food. Former Buffalo Bills and Future NFL Hall of Fame player Andre Reed has developed a great sauce to spice up your barbeque or other holiday favorites."

Countdown to kickoff: 97 - Alabama Crimson Tide Blog - ESPN
As they approach the start of the college football season 97 days away, the Alabama blog covers the best 97 in team history - former Buffalo Bills linebacker Cornelius Bennett.

2012 NFL Draft: Reviewing the Buffalo Bills - Niners Nation
"So, I don't want to pump them up too much (see: last year), but I think the Bills have a potentially bright future ahead of them. This division is looking tough in some areas, but not so rough that the Bills will always be playing catch up behind three other teams. And, with what I think was a pretty darn good draft, I imagine the Bills might be in serious contention for a playoff spot. Maybe."

The Great Gailey Retrospective - BuffaLowDown
Taking a look back at the hiring of Chan Gailey and expectations for 2012.

Nix and Gailey are getting it done for Buffalo | Legends Energy Group
"Combine the draft with the signings of Mario Williams, Mark Anderson during free agency, the promotion of Dave Wannstedt to Defensive Coordinator, and Chan Gailey’s great knowledge of offensive scheming, and we are poised to see a largely revamped team for the upcoming season. I, for one, cannot wait to see what’s in store!"

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