Chris Brown thinks the Bills will go WR/OT in the first two rounds in either order. He also discusses what should be a very deep undrafted pool, defends EJ Manuel, and refers to Doug Whaley's comment on a veteran quarterback backup.
Inside The Bills | Britt to decide in a "few days"
"It might be in a couple of days through the course of this weekend." said Britt. "My wife and are going to talk about it and decide what’s best for me mentally as I go through this process. So hopefully in the next three days."
Free agent WR Kenny Britt visits with Bills - BuffaloBills.com
"A former first-round pick of the Tennessee Titans (2009) Britt (6-3, 223) appeared in 12 games last season catching 11 passes for 96 yards. Britt saw limited playing time for much of the 2013 season and was a healthy inactive for the Titans in three of their last four games. He also missed a Week 4 game against the Jets due to a fractured rib."
Free Agent WR Kenny Britt Visits Bills - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Free Agent Wide Receiver, Kenny Britt visited One Bills Drive Friday afternoon. Britt spent the previous five seasons on the Tennessee Titans Roster."
Looking for more size at WR, Bills interview Kenny Britt - BN Blitz
"He had 45 catches for 589 yards in 2012. He had 42 catches each of his first two seasons and 17 catches in just three games in 2011. He tore knee ligaments that year."
Kenny Britt heading home after Buffalo Bills visit - ESPN
"I love it. Great people here. Great facility. Was kind of expecting a little less out of them, but to tell you the truth, [it's] a great coaching staff they have here," Britt said. "It was wonderful."
Teammates visit Jim Kelly, raise his spirits | WIVB-TV News 4 Buffalo, NY
"Thurman Thomas, Bruce Smith and Andre Reed went to visit Jim Kelly on Friday at his home. The former quarterback is holding an icepack to his face. He undergoing treatment for a recurrence of oral cancer."
From one 12 to another: On beating cancer twice - BuffaloBills.com
"Both were memorable quarterbacks for the Bills. Both wore number 12. Both have been diagnosed with cancer twice in their lifetimes. Joe Ferguson and Jim Kelly have much in common, and Ferguson expects those commonalities will soon grow to include two-time cancer survivors."
LB Spikes striving to fit Pepper's mold - BuffaloBills.com
"Brandon Spikes has had a healthy respect for his former position coach Pepper Johnson for a while now. That respect is rooted in his desire to mold his game after the former 13-year NFL vet."
Big price to pay - Buffalo - Business First
"When the sands are gone, Western New York will likely have the answer to whether the team stays here or moves to a richer, more populous pasture."