Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 7/13

ORCHARD PARK, NY - MAY 11: T.J. Graham #11 of the Buffalo Bills makes a catch in front of Cris Hill #39 during Buffalo Bills Rookie Camp on May 11, 2012 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

#12 - Who will be the No. 2 receiver? - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown gives four options. Who do you think it will be?

Previewing the Bills with 'Pro Football Talk Live' - The Buffalo News
"Among the topics covered were Ryan Fitzpatrick's impact on the Bills' 2012 fortunes, the addition of quarterbacks coach David Lee, Brad Smith and the Wildcat, how the No. 2 receiver role will be handled and what the revamped defense might look like."

Bills Focus: Number Two WR Competition - BuffaloBills.com
"As training camp approaches, Chris Brown takes a look at the upcoming battle to see who will start opposite Stevie Johnson at the number two receiver position. "

Help us create "An Ode to the Fans" - BuffaloBills.com
"Located in our 'Ticket Zone' Office, we're seeking various 'fan artifacts,' such as a foam finger, a picture of enthusiastic fans with their chests and faces painted in the stands, a cardboard sign a fan has held during the game urging on a favorite player, a Webber grill top, an old newspaper, a memorable jersey ... anything you want to share that captures your special Bills moments!"

Inside The Bills | Barnett preps at Beebe’s facility
"Barnett is working at the former Bills wide receiver’s House of Speed location in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin."

Can't make Canton? It's the Hall of Very Good - The Buffalo News
"The PFRA recently released its finalists for this year's class. Two more Buffalo stars could get in: quarterback Jack Kemp and lineman Swede Youngstrom from the All-Americans and Bisons of the 1920s."

AFC East's best: No. 11 Fred Jackson - The Buffalo News
"An injury and age kept Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson outside the top 10. But, as you'll be reminded while we reveal the remaining players over the next two weeks, there are a lot of elite players in the AFC East."

Bills roundup: Blackout deadline is Sunday - The Buffalo News
"NFL teams have until Sunday to decide how they're going to handle the new blackout policy, Buffalo News Washington Bureau chief Jerry Zremski reported today."

NFL blackout deadline approaches - The Buffalo News
"The deadline is an annual deadline," said Rep. Brian Higgins, D-Buffalo. "So why wouldn't the Bills just test it? If it doesn't make sense for them, they can act accordingly."

Bills camp night session tickets available Friday | Democrat and Chronicle
"Two Verizon Wireless stores in Rochester (3120 W. Ridge Road and 2005 Monroe Ave.) and one in Victor (Eastview Mall) will distribute tickets."

Are the Bills no longer sleepers? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Another 6-10 record won't cut it in Buffalo and everyone knows it. But in just a few short months, the Bills have gone from the "sleeper pick" to the "sexy pick," and I'm not sure that's a good thing. "

Free agency rewind | National Football Post
"Pro Bowl defensive end Mario Williams became the highest paid defensive player in NFL history by signing a six-year, $96 million contract ($50 million in guarantees and $4 million in not likely to be earned incentives) with the Buffalo Bills. Williams’ $53 million in his first three years is the yardstick for such compensation with non-quarterbacks. "

WGR 550 - Thurman Thomas: "I Haven't Been This Excited In A Long Time"
"Hall of Fame running back Thurman Thomas is as excited as everyone else in Bills Nation about the upcoming season. Thomas shared some of his thoughts during an hour long, in studio visit to the WGR Morning show on Thursday."

Bills training camp preview - CBSSports.com
Getting the new 4-3 defense in order and coming away injury-free are the two biggest goals for training camp at St. John Fisher.

Bills' blueprint for Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller in 2012 - NFL.com
"Chan Gailey has suggested the Bills will heavily incorporate both Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller into the offense. How exactly will Buffalo divvy up the duties? Bucky Brooks provides the blueprint." A very thorough piece by Brooks.

ProFootballWeekly.com - Bills, Bears drawing respect from bettors
Bettors are hitting the OVER on the Bills' 7-win total hard.

Buffalo Bills Battles: Tennessee Titans - Buffalowdown
"As the 2012 NFL Draft is now behind us, its time to take an in depth look at the Buffalo Bills 2012 opponents. In this series I will examine each of our 13 opponents off season moves as well as take a look at what their team looks like heading into the 2012 season."

David Nelson is winning | Buffalo Wins
David Nelson is a winner in real life and he's an important cog to the Bills' success in 2012, says Alaskan Jank.

NFL Supplemental Draft: Buffalo Bills Pass On Josh Gordon Twice - Buffalo Rumblings
"That means that the Bills had the top pick of each round - which means that they had the first shot at former Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon, a player they were interested in, each time the league passed on him. The Bills got to pass on Gordon twice before he was picked by the team with the No. 2 overall pick in the supplemental draft, the Cleveland Browns."

2012 Fantasy Football And The Buffalo Bills - Buffalo Rumblings
"The 2012 fantasy football season is just around the corner. If you're thinking about investing in any Buffalo Bills during your draft, double-check your interest here for best draft-day results."

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