Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 7/11

FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 1: Ryan Fitzpatrick #14 of the Buffalo Bills throws against the New England Patriots in the first half at Gillette Stadium on January 1, 2012 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

#14 - Who will go to the Pro Bowl? - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown names six Pro Bowl candidates for the Buffalo Bills entering the new season. Care to guess how many of those six are defensive linemen?

Tickets for Bills game in Toronto slashed 35 percent - The Buffalo News
"Bills season-ticket holders on Monday received an email, informing them the average ticket for the Dec. 16 game against the Seattle Seahawks has been reduced 35 percent compared to previous years."

Colts declare blackout plan remains 100 percent - The Buffalo News
The Indianapolis Colts are the first team to confirm that they won't be partaking in the NFL's new blackout policy, wherein teams can televise home games with less than 100 percent of tickets sold. The Buffalo Bills are likely to follow suit at some point.

Offseason grades for every AFC team - ESPN NFL
ESPN's Matt Williamson gives the Bills an A-minus - the best grade in the AFC - for their off-season work. Read on for Cordy Glenn/Max Starks comparisons and more fuel for the Marcus Easley bandwagon.

Inside The Bills | Split backfield just a tidbit
"Buffalo's offense did show a bit of that look in the spring practices, but it doesn't sound like it's going to be a common occurrence this season, and there's a reason why. Injury."

Sleeper Watch: Aaron Williams - ESPN AFC East Blog
"The Bills need Williams to step up and he will get every chance to win a starting job in his second year."

Can anyone catch the Patriots? - ESPN NFL Nation Blog
"With a two-headed rushing attack, a versatile offensive line and a defense that could finish in the top 10, Buffalo has provided a lot of reasons for the Patriots and the rest of the AFC East to be concerned this season."

AFC East Preview - ESPN NFL
Because if you're looking for expert analysis, the buck stops with Hugh Douglas and Antonio Pierce. Right? ... Right?

Inside The Bills | Bills at WR pro day
"Buffalobills.com has confirmed that the Bills will be in attendance with scout Theo Young scheduled to attend. Young is a former Baylor coach, who was on the Bears staff when Gordon last played for Baylor in 2010. Young was the team's defensive line coach. I wouldn't be surprised if Bills College Scouting Director Chuck Cook or Assistant GM Doug Whaley were in attendance as well."

Inside The Bills | WR Gordon runs in 4.5s
Results from Baylor/Utah receiver Josh Gordon's pro day from SI's Tony Pauline, as relayed through Chris Brown.

Bills consider Josh Gordon as WR supplement - The Buffalo News
The Bills were among 21 teams that took in Josh Gordon's pro day workout on Tuesday.

Legendary Super Bowl blunder also a blessing for Leon Lett, Don Beebe - Chicago Sun-Times
Leon Lett reunited with Don Beebe on Tuesday to discuss the aforementioned Super Bowl play. Lett also spoke to Beebe's high school team.

Celebrity home run derby - BuffaloBills.com
Why didn't anyone mention on Tuesday that the home run derby participants were hitting "home runs" over a fence placed barely beyond the infield? Most of those homers could have been thrown.

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