Matt Warren

Senior Editor, Video & Social Media

Matt Warren joined the Buffalo Rumblings editorial team in January of 2009. Today, he is in charge of all of the site's social media accounts, and is also the host of Buffalo Rumblings Live.


Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 12/12


Bills news from around the internet.

Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 12/11


Links from around the web getting you ready for Sundays game in Kansas City.

Nixing of supplemental revenue sharing won't impact players in 2010


"The reason is simple. Without a salary floor, there's no reason for low-earning teams to receive extra money from the high earners."

Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Link, 12/10


We scour the internet every day for Buffalo Bills links so you don't have to.

Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 12/9


Collected links from around the web this Wednesday morning.

Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 12/8


A daily collection of Buffalo Bills links from around the web.


Draft Order: Week 13 (Bills pick 7th)

The NFL draft order is first determined by the Super Bowl contestants who pick 32 and 31. The playoff teams are then slotted by record from 21-30 (which is a change from past years). The other 20...

Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 12/7


Buffalo Rumblings examines the ramifications of an Uncapped Year in light of reports that revenue sharing will be scaled back.

Tim Graham Bills Redux - Coach Talk


The Bills are fine at running back. They should let Lynch and Jackson fight for their carries. The Bills need to draft a blue-chip QB prospect or find somebody in free agency, but those pickings look slim. I wondered if the Bills would keep giving it to Lynch after that monster drive in the second quarter, but I guess he was in there just to give Fred Jackson a breather. Perry Fewell has decided Jackson is his featured back for now. I know Martz is interested [in going to Buffalo in 2010]. Q;Any chance the Bills can get a 2 for 1 out of Montreal. Trestman to coach and Calvillo to play QB? A: That would be an interesting combo. I don't think Calvillo is an NFL quarterback, but I'd like to see Trestman get his shot to be an NFL head coach. I see a very small chance of [Brian Brohm starting]. Maybe he'll play in the last game or two in mop-up duty, but keep in mind Perry Fewell is auditioning for the permanent job. He's going to use the players that give him the best chance to win. [The GM search is] more critical that the coach. If logic is in play here (let's not assume), then the Bills were smart to talk to those A-list coaching candidates before a possible GM. Those big-time coaches would want to sign off on the GM. When you consider bringing in a second-tier coach, you probably want your GM involved in the process. In the latter case, you'd hire the GM first, coach second and not vice versa. Maybe they have offered him a contract (but probably not). ... Either way, Shanahan wouldn't sign it. No coach would want to come in and work with somebody else's junk. He'd want an offseason to bring in the players he likes. Rex Ryan, Bill Belichick, Perry Fewell and Tony Sparano all in a steel cage match -- Fewell or Sparano [walks out the winner] in a tossup.

Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 12/6


Collected Buffalo Bills links from around the web, December 5th.

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