ORCHARD PARK, NY - MAY 11: Cordy Glenn #77 of the Buffalo Bills works out with Bills offensive line coach Joe D'Alessandris during Buffalo Bills Rookie Camp on May 11, 2012 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
Bills Focus: Left Tackle Battle - BuffaloBills.com
"The left tackle competition appears to be a two man show as the Bills prepare for training camp, and to decide who will protect Ryan Fitzpatrick's blind side."
Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 7-6
Chris Brown thinks the Bills will keep nine defensive linemen, talks about who will be the top cornerbacks, analyzes Shawne Merriman's spot on the roster, and discusses the improved defense's impact on the offense.
Inside The Bills | Hairston primed for opportunity
"It’s definitely the biggest opportunity to date that I’ve had here with this organization," Hairston told Buffalobills.com. "I just want to take advantage of it fully and do everything I can to just be the right guy for that position. But all I can do is be the best player I can be and put it all out on the field and let those guys decide. I just work here you know?"
Inside The Bills | Where Hairston might have an edge
"Just being able to play out there against the likes of Osi (Umenyiora), (Jason) Babin, I mean you name it we come against one every week," Hairston said. "It was pretty special and I took that experience and tried to really soak it in. This year I want to use it to my best advantage."
Polls: How should Bills handle new blackout policy? - The Buffalo News
Bills fans are less likely to buy tickets if the new blackout policy goes into effect, say the pollsters at The Buffalo News. Check out a couple other poll questions here.
Bills need to see light on blackout - The Buffalo News
"Granted, relaxing the TV blackout rule means the Bills would share more of a small slice of nonluxury ticket sales with visiting teams. They would more than make up for the relatively minimal loss in good will, in local TV exposure for advertisers and - more to the point - in what amounts to payback to taxpayers."
Eric Wood, Bills center, pays steep price for injuries - NFL.com
"If Wood's patience pays off, and he's healthy enough to play in over three-quarters of the Bills' offensive snaps, he can add another $687,500 to next year's salary."
NFL Videos: All access with Nick Barnett
"01:03 – Bills LB Nick Barnett joins our Solomon Wilcots to take us all access around Buffalo's practice facility and shows us how he prepares for game day. "
NFL Training Camp Preview: Falcons, Bills, and Packers | Optimum Scouting
A breakdown of what to expect when the Bills strap it up at St. John Fisher.
Don't hold your breath for the new blackout rule | Buffalo Wins
"First off, the Bills probably don't feel guilty if the county is picking up the tab when it comes to stadium improvements. The Buffalo News or other outlets can claim that the Bills should adapt this in order to extend an olive branch to the county, but they don't care. The Bills have whored out Toronto games, may/or may not have a contingency plan if RWJ dies to save the franchise, and for years they didn't come close to spending cash to the cap. In other words, they have a history of not doing what the fans want."
Buffalo Bills Training Camp Battles, No. 9: Linebacker Depth - Buffalo Rumblings
"We know that Barnett, Sheppard and Morrison will go into the 2012 season as the team's starters in the base defense, and that safety-by-trade Bryan Scott will see a lot of playing time as a linebacker in nickel and dime packages. What we don't know is what happens from there, as the depth situation is a bit of a free-for-all at the moment."
Buffalo Bills Have NFL's Fourth-Best Safety Tandem, Per SB Nation - Buffalo Rumblings
"The Bills ranked behind the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks, who both sent a pair of safeties to the Pro Bowl team, as well as the Arizona Cardinals. The rest of the AFC East was in the bottom third with the Patriots 22, Jets 23, and Dolphins 29."
Is Buffalo Bills Punter Brian Moorman "In Decline"? - Buffalo Rumblings
"Looking at these numbers, it seems apparent that Moorman is officially in decline. Whether or not the Bills noticed this directly from his play, or actually do take advanced stats seriously, is debatable. After all, it's a hot topic in sports management philosophy these days. "To geek or not to geek.""
Buffalo Bills Re-Watch: On Donald Jones And The Deep Ball - Buffalo Rumblings
"The duo of Ryan Fitzpatrick and Donald Jones left a lot of opportunities on the field for the Buffalo Bills in 2011." Read this, folks.