Friday NFL chat with Mark Gaughan | The Buffalo News
"I was wrong. The column was giving an opinion on my view of the negotiations between the Bills and Rogers. But it was overzealous in characterizing the likelihood of the final outcome of the talks. I should have presented it in a far more speculative tone. I'm surprised. I look bad on it. It's on me." Gaughan on his speculation from last Sunday on eight games in Toronto.
NFL fines Da'Norris Searcy $21k for hit on Kevin Boss | The Buffalo News
An NFL spokesman told The Buffalo News the league determined Searcy "struck a defenseless player in the head area." This is about five percent of Searcy's salary and fully in the grey area.
Searcy a safety valve in secondary - BuffaloBills.com
"Every week I go out prepared as if I am going to start," Searcy said. "You never know what can happen in a game. We had an incident when George (Wilson) was out for a few plays and I had to go in and play strong. It’s just good preparation throughout the week."
Scouting Report - Week 3 - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown looks ahead to the Browns and how the Bills can attack.
Bills Focus: Red Hot In The Red Zone - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"John Murphy goes inside the locker room to find out what it is that has made the Bills perfect in the red zone so far this season."
"What's the Word" with George Wilson - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"This week George goes one on one with running back C.J. Spiller about his success over the first two weeks, if he's feeling more pressure, and what running back he most admires."
Under Review: Justin Rogers - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"On this edition of Under Review, Hannah Buehler talks with Bills cornerback Justin Rogers about his move from Louisiana to Richmond for college, life in Buffalo, his favorite food and more."
Bills Friday: Fan on the Street - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"This week for Bills Friday, we visited Buffalo Wild Wings in Hamburg, and talked to some fans who are gearing up for Sunday's game."
In the Trenches with Andy Levitre - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"In this week's episode of In the Trenches, guard Andy Levitre is joined by defensive tackle Kyle Williams and they talk about the win over Kansas City and the last time the Bills played in Cleveland."
Inside The Bills | Nix on attitude of O-line
"Attitude starts with Coach Gailey and it continues with (offensive line coach) Joe D’Alessandris, but it starts with guys like Eric Wood that is a highly competitive guy and he’s got the temperament you want in an offensive lineman," said Nix. "Erik Pears has quietly got the same kind of stuff and Cordy doesn’t back off. Andy and Urbik those guys will scrap you so that’s exactly what we’re trying to get."
Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 9-21
Chris Brown answers questions about Ron Brooks and the IR designation, defining Dorin Dickerson's role, John Potter kicking 50-plus yard field goal attempts and the onside kick against the Jets, and modeling the Bills after the 49ers.
Inside The Bills | Attitude of O-line evident
"It starts with Joe D," said head coach Chan Gailey. "I think that’s the kind of guy he is. He’s a no nonsense hit them in the mouth kind of coach. I think we have players that have the same attitude and they take that into a ball game. You’ve got to have that. I’ve said it 100 times, It’s a tough game for tough people and we’ve got some tough guys up front."
State, county 'in lockstep' on keeping the Bills here - The Buffalo News
"Talks described as "very productive" were conducted Friday in the ongoing Ralph Wilson Stadium lease negotiations."
Leader's role a natural for Bills' Wilson - The Buffalo News
"Any time your peers, your teammates, vote you into a leadership role, whether it's as team captain, or myself, Moorman and Kelsay being our reps , those positions come with a great deal of responsibility," Wilson said. "My mind-set going into that is just making sure I'm leading by example. I think far too often many people who are in a position of leadership do a lot of talking, but don't necessarily put the action behind the words."
Time Warner Cable reaches deal with NFL Network - The Buffalo News
"Locally, WBBZ-TV officials had already contracted with the NFL Network to simulcast the Bills' upcoming Thursday night home game, Nov. 15 against Miami. WBBZ had "entered a very aggressive bid" with the NFL Network, according to Bob Koshinski, the station's general manager and vice president, to win the right to simulcast the game. The game now will air on both WBBZ and NFL Network if it is sold out."
Video: Friday Bills Report | The Buffalo News
"The Bills had some good and bad news on the injury front as they prepared to meet the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. News Staff Reporter Jay Skurski reports from Ralph Wilson Stadium."
Tyler Thigpen remains No. 2 QB | The Buffalo News
"Jackson has been inactive the first two weeks. There is no indication that will change any time soon. Bills coach Chan Gailey said through a team spokesman that he will make an announcement if and when there is a change to the QB depth chart. "
Joy and misery of the victory formation | The Buffalo News
"Fitzpatrick has run the victory formation six times as a Bills quarterback. In addition to the above, he executed the genuflect offense in 2009 against the Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins. Backup quarterback Brian Brohm entered at the two-minute warning and kneeled out the 2009 season against the Indianapolis Colts."
Ruvell Martin ruled out; Byrd, Barnett expected to play | The Buffalo News
"I’m encouraged by it," he said. "[It’s feeling] definitely better. The trainers have done a great job helping me, so hats off to them."
Jauronobot prints out interesting C.J. Spiller quotes | The Buffalo News
"They've done a really nice job scheming their offensive football team, and they take advantage of his abilities," Jauron said. "He'll run inside or out and he gets through a hole quickly. He's very fast down the field. Then they'll get him out of there, and they'll throw him the ball, too. He's a very good receiver." Tim Graham thinks Dick Jauron's a little dry to listen to.
Rian Lindell eager to get kicking | The Buffalo News
"Actually, I'm probably sometimes kicking more because they've been down there more," Lindell said. "Every time they cross the 50, I get ready. Yeah, I don't get that extra kick in the game. If I haven't kicked in awhile, then as soon as they get the ball then I may kick a couple. But in a normal situation, usually when they get to the 50, then I'll kick. Usually three or four kicks, it depends on how I feel."
Jauron aware of Fitzpatrick's skills - ClevelandBrowns.com
"He’s a smart guy, but quarterbacks are pretty smart people," Jauron said Thursday. "He’s a very competitive guy and he’s a talented guy. He’s not the tallest quarterback, but he’s not short either. He’s very strong, (a) very strong runner. He can run the ball and he will run the ball. He has done a really good job, a very good job for them. They’ve done a nice job with him too."
Browns notes: Punt coverage unit gearing up for Leodis McKelvin - news-herald.com
The Brown had a punt returned on them last week. Could McKelvin do it two weeks in a row?
WGR 550 - SIMON: Time For Old School Football
"Different week. Different opponent. But it’s the same story for the Buffalo Bills. As was the case against the Kansas City Chiefs in week two, the Bills face their second must win game of the young season in week three at Cleveland."
WGR 550 - Bills' Barnett & Byrd Expected To Play
"The only two players not taking part in Friday's practice were running back Fred Jackson and wide receiver Ruvell Martin. Both players have been ruled out for Sunday."
WGR 550 - Bills' Jackson Improving Quickly
"Jackson, now only 12 days removed from a sprained LCL, participated in change-of-direction and agility drills with trainers watching. Sporting a brace on his injured right knee, Jackson made cuts and didn't show much hesitation in the few repetitions that were seen."
AFC East Week 3 injury report - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"This is the final injury report for Week 3 in the AFC East" and their opponents.
Final Word: AFC East - AFC East Blog - ESPN
It's a "must-win for the Bills" and they need to "hit the ground running".
Browns' Week 3 Scouting Report: Buffalo Bills - Dawgs By Nature
"This Sunday,the Cleveland Browns will host the Buffalo Bills. Each week, we take a look at five key points about our upcoming opponent. Let's start this week's preview by discussing the guy that you can't ignore when describing the Bills heading into Week 3: running back C.J. Spiller."
Browns notes: Rookie Schwartz will have hands full against Bills' Mario Williams - news-herald.com
"It's definitely a test," Schwartz said. "You are in the NFL and you want to see how good you are. You are facing one of the best guys in the league, a guy who can pass rush and (defend the) run pretty well. So I think it's a good test for me, personally, and it's a good test for our offensive line and our entire offensive unit."
Three key Browns-Bills matchups - Canton, OH - CantonRep.com
"Key matchups that should weigh heavily on the Browns’ home game against the Bills Sunday. Kickoff is 1 p.m."
Is It Real? C.J. and the Chiefs - The Triangle Blog - Grantland
"The home team's offensive possessions in Sunday's Bills-Chiefs game saw two units traveling in opposite directions."
Ralph Wilson Stadium Guide: Home of the Buffalo Bills - Yahoo! Sports
"The biggest thing to remember is to have fun and be friendly. It is an open air stadium so be prepared to deal with the weather that day. Drink responsibly and be careful. It's hard to take in everything at the game so construct a game plan of what you really want to do that day. If you have kids I would opt to include the fieldhouse so be sure to set time aside for it. Getting there early is the key to a successful outing. "
Cleveland Browns, like Buffalo Bills, struggling to regain glory - Democrat and Chronicle
"The Browns have a new owner, quarterback and running back and believe they are on track to turning their fortunes around."
Tank Carder, ex-Buffalo Bills linebacker, expects 'dogfight' Sunday (video) | cleveland.com
"There aren't many players on the Cleveland Browns who have as much knowledge of Sunday's opponent as former Buffalo Bills linebacker Tank Carder."