"I think when you meet him, just talking to him, he seems like a player’s coach, down to earth and real and that’s something with a lot of coaches you don’t get a chance to see," said Davis. "He was really cool and all the things he talked about you can tell he’s a humble guy that doesn’t make choices because of money. It’s more about what he wants to do in life."
There are three posts from yesterday on the Inside the Bills blog regarding Davis that are worth reading if you have a couple minutes. He's visiting the team facility today.
The Buffalo Bills come in fourth on the list with needs at wide receiver, wide receiver (yep - twice), tight end, right tackle, and left guard on offense and linebacker, cornerback, and strong safety on defense, per Chris Wesseling. It's hard to argue with most of that list.
Bills fan driven to sing Gotye - SBNation.com
"Because I am old and tragically unhip, I had to ask who or what Gotye is. However, I am well aware of the Buffalo Bills and their long suffering fan base, one member of which was driven to singing a song by this Gotye fellow."
Donovan McNabb thinks Bills could use Vince Young - Press Coverage | The Buffalo News
"Buffalo is looking to bring in a young quarterback. Bring him in there with Tarvaris Jackson... and give them an opportunity to establish themselves as a football team. If you bring him in there, you know the type of talent you have. Just give him a chance to play."
Assessing the underwhelming veteran QB market - Press Coverage | The Buffalo News
"Kevin Kolb, released by Arizona, is the most viable veteran still on the market, which also includes Brady Quinn, Rex Grossman, Byron Leftwich, Matt Leinart, Kellen Clemens and... ex-Bill Tyler Thigpen."
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Bills' Whaley Present At Barkley's Pro Day
"Bills Assistant General Manager Doug Whaley was spotted during coverage of Matt Barkley's pro day on the University of Southern California campus."
Plenty of teams have plenty of cap room | ProFootballTalk
The Bills have the seventh-most cap space.
Flynn trade doesn’t make sense until after first day or two of draft | ProFootballTalk
"The smartest move would be to assess a Flynn trade after the first day or two of the draft, especially since the Seahawks can’t reasonably expect a third-round pick or more..."