#18 - Can the Bills post a winning record in the division? - BuffaloBills.com
"Since the ’99 season, Buffalo has posted just one winning division record. That came in 2007 when the Bills posted a 4-2 division mark, but finished 7-9 overall. The low water mark came the following year when the team did not post a single division victory going 0-6."
Newburgh's Sanders getting ready for his shot at an NFL job - Evansville Courier & Press
"All I know is I'm on an NFL team and I want to stay active or be one of the two guys on the practice squad," Zebrie Sanders said. "All I know is I have the opportunity. Coach (Chan Gailey) told all of us that nothing is promised. I'm not playing like I made the team or playing like I got kicked off. I'm playing to get better."
#17 - Will T.J. Graham have an offensive impact? - BuffaloBills.com
"One of the Bills main offseason priorities was to add a capable playmaking wide receiver to the roster. In an attempt to do so, they drafted T.J. Graham, a speedy receiver from North Carolina State, in the third round of the NFL draft. Whether it was his 4.41 time in the 40-yard dash at the combine or his playmaking potential, the Bills did not want to let Graham get away from them. That kind of speed is undeniable and should get him on the field, but will he be more than just a deep threat decoy during his rookie season? "
Inside The Bills | Bills AFC East outlook
"As we profiled in our feature story on Buffalobills.com today (Saturday) the Bills need to reverse the trend of performance in division games. After winning their first division game last season against New England, they dropped the rest of them. They also went 1-5 in the division in 2010. Here’s a look at how the division matchups shape up as the season unfolds."
Inside The Bills | Roosevelt presents Summer Classic
"Bills wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt [hosted] the "Summer Classic" 5-on-5 celebrity charity basketball event [yesterday] in Amherst."
Leo Roth: Bills fans shouldn't get excited about new blackout rule | Democrat and Chronicle
"Even if the Bills decide to opt into the so-called "85 percent’’ program, it’s still very likely that late-season games at Ralph Wilson Stadium will be blacked out because December games traditionally are difficult to sell in Buffalo, especially when the team is lousy."
Mixed Media: Fina gets schooled as a broadcaster - The Buffalo News
"Fina was one of 23 current and former NFL players who attended the NFL Broadcast Boot Camp, held over four days in mid-June at NFL Films in Mount Laurel, N.J. It was Fina’s second year at the camp, now in its sixth season. Fina, Adam Archuleta and Michael Young received "Boot Camp Advanced" training, featuring one-on-one mentoring with faculty members."
No. 2 receiver label means little on Bills' depth chart - AFC East Daily
"Basically, the No. 2 and No. 3 receivers will likely see a comparable amount of time and passes, with clear-cut No. 1 wideout Stevie Johnson as Fitzpatrick's No. 1 target."