Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 5/4

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 13: Jesse Holley #16 of the Dallas Cowboys pulls in a pass against Terrence McGee #24 of the Buffalo Bills at Cowboys Stadium on November 13, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Graham's career track was always football - BuffaloBills.com
"I could run, jump, throw, catch, I could throw the ball like 70 yards when I was 13 years old. Things like that are unique to football only. Even baseball doesn’t offer you that satisfaction. It is too slow of a game. Football is something that is intense and high-energy and it is just fun and I have always enjoyed it. I guess coming from a track family steered me to do something different."

McGee's focus: Staying in the game - Bills & NFL - The Buffalo News
"They could have easily said, 'He's done. Let's get rid of him.' They gave me the opportunity to reconstruct it and a chance to go out there and play," he said. "I've been hurt, but I was still getting a paycheck. They've got to protect themselves. This is a business and you definitely understand it. It's an opportunity for me and them."

Joe DeLamiellure on Junior Seau: Sad, but not surprising - ESPN Cleveland
"Most of the (retired) guys I talk to, a good portion, are depressed," DeLamielleure said. "Everybody thinks that if you played pro football, you lived a charmed life. But a lot of guys I know are really, really hurting. That’s, what, six (former players) who killed themselves in the last six years?"

'Top 100 Players of 2012': Fred Jackson - BuffaloBills.com
"Bills RB Fred Jackson stops by the "Top 100 Players of 2012 Reactions" to talk about his No. 83 ranking on this year's list of top players."

Top 100 Players Reaction: Fred Jackson's top RBs - BuffaloBills.com
"Bills RB Fred Jackson shares who he thinks are the top five running backs in the NFL today."

Inside The Bills | QB Young appreciated workout
"vinceyoung: All respect to the Buffalo Bills organization great workout today honor to meet all the coaches and players and respect to Buddy Nix."

Vince Young "looked good" at Bills tryout, no deal yet | ProFootballTalk
"Vince was an unbelievable teammate when he was here and you saw him continue to get better," Roseman said. "We felt like he was going to have an opportunity to go somewhere and maybe compete for a starting spot. So whoever gets Vince Young is going to get a steal at this stage of the offseason."

Seau's death another jolt to the system - Jerry Sullivan - The Buffalo News
"There's some truth to that. But even so, it's about time the league took head injuries seriously, not to mention the difficult transition that players face after leaving the game. Goodell is cracking down hard on violence, and he should be applauded for it."

WGR 550 SportsRadio - Mario Williams Says He's Reached 300 Lbs.
" @bbwolf90: Not really sure how I've reached 300lbs but yet I'm faster and look better than ever physically as well as strength coming off a pec injury"

Comparing injuries of Merriman, Suggs - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Merriman is two years younger than Suggs, which also can be a concern for the Baltimore star. Merriman, 27, has been unable to get back to form despite being in his prime years. Suggs, 29, suffered his Achilles injuries two years older, which is significant in football years. Suggs is a great player in his prime. He's also the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year. But Suggs will be 30 in October."

Assessing AFC East backup quarterbacks - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"The interesting news of Vince Young working out for the Buffalo Bills this week made me think about the rest of the division. Here is a look at backup quarterbacks in the AFC East: "

Bills 2012 Still Depends On One Guy | wgrz.com
"One player can make that kind of difference to a defense, and the Bills haven't had a player like "Super" Mario since Bruce Smith helped lead the Bills to four straight Super Bowls. That's not to say Williams is, or will be, Smith, but his presence will certainly make everybody around him better."

Buffalo Bills Lease: What Did You Pay For? | Video | wgrz.com
"As the Buffalo Bills and Erie County negotiate a new lease agreement and renovation plan for Ralph Wilson Stadium, we found out what county taxpayer money paid for in the current agreement."

Grisanti phone survey airs views on stadium - Erie County - The Buffalo News
"The result: Half of those who responded said they want the Bills to share the costs with the state. Of the rest of the respondents, more people thought that the Bills should pay for the renovations than thought the state should pick up the whole tab."

The Best Bills 2012 draft review...PERIOD! | Buffalo Wins
Frank Gifaldi reviews each draft choice.

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