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In the calm before the free agent frenzy tomorrow afternoon, George Saimes gets some final remembrances upon his death. We also recap the week that was in Buffalo Bills news.
Booker Edgerson spoke at length with BuffaloBills.com about George Saimes, who passed away on Friday from leukemia.
Football great George Saimes was always humble, true to his roots - CantonRep.com
A nice story on George Saimes from his hometown newspaper.
Steve Tasker’s son enters the draft pool | ProFootballTalk
"Receiver Luke Tasker, son of former Bills’ special-teams standout Steve Tasker, worked out for scouts on Friday at Cornell’s Pro Day."
Vote now! Bills Bracketology tips off - BuffaloBills.com
"Bills Bracketology is a fan-voting tournament to crown the Bills top play of the year. The vote runs from March 11-25, with two plays squaring off each day in an elimination-style bracket."
In case you missed it
- Bryan Scott and Leodis McKelvin re-signed with the Bills this week. Sal Maiorana liked the McKelvin deal, while fans were a little dismayed that Scott would be returning to his linebacker role. The team also retained the services of tight end Mike Caussin and FB/HB/TE Dorin Dickerson with tenders.
- The Bills announced last month that they would not tender receiver David Nelson. He spoke for the first time since that announcement, saying he believes his knee injury cost him a shot at the 2013 season with Buffalo.
- With free agency set to start at 4PM on Tuesday, Jerry Sullivan of The Buffalo News opines that Andy Levitre is too expensive for the Bills to keep, while John Kryk of the Toronto Sun says they need to keep him. Eric Wood's looming free agency could ultimately be the deciding factor in how aggressively Buffalo pursues Levitre. Brian also penned these thoughts on the Levitre situation.