Kwan will be special teams asst.

"With 19 years of NFL coaching experience, Kwan was most recently the special teams coach of the Detroit Lions from 2007-2009. Last season Detroit was 11th in average drive start on kickoffs (27) just behind Buffalo (27.5). In 2008 Kwan’s special teams coverage units forced a league-high five takeaways as their plus-four turnover margin also led the NFL that season. The Lions’ kickoff coverage unit also allowed the fourth lowest average drive start (25.5) in 2008."

Bills release 7 players

"TE Derek Fine, DE Jermaine McGhee, LB Ashlee Palmer, DT Marcus Smith, S John Wendling, WR Justin Jenkins and C Marvin Philip."

2010 NFL mock draft - Mocking The Draft

Mocking the Draft's latest mock draft has OT Anthony Davis and NT Terrence Cody going to the Buffalo Bills in the first two rounds.

Trent Edwards may stick as starter

Before I read this article about Trent Edwards possibility of starting next year, I thought well yea this is one of the options the Bills have. (Highly unlikely I believed) As I was reading the article I came to the part where Mark Gaughan of Buffalo news says Edwards has a better than 50 % percent chance of starting next year. I am really curious to how these guys come up with this stuff. I read so many different articles from a various number of writers, and i really believe some of these guys are coming up with this stuff on their own. Being the one to read these articles, I try and imagine these rumors as being reality, asking myself what if ? what are some effects, and so on. This article here created an unwanted projectile of Trent Edwards under center in my head. I once had a lot of faith in Edwards as did so many of you Bills Fans. I just don't see Edwards directing this team to success which the Bills are in dire need of. That said I believe Mark Gaughan wrote this article to shake things up a bit, you cant just tell the people what they wanna here all the time, debate and discussion of a topic will bring out a person true opinions and thoughts. We can dream all we want about things that are just to amazing for words to explain. A recurring dream of mine is The Buffalo Bills passing around the Lombardi trophy around Buffalo, and not once has Trent Edwards been involved

Bills Free Agents

via the NFL Players Association (Restricted) LB Keith Ellison, QB Gibran Hamdan, OL Richie Incognito, TE Joe Klopfenstein, TE Derek Schouman, OL Jonathan Scott, WR George Wilson, CB Ashton Youboty; (Unrestricted) DE Ryan Denney, LB Chris Draft, S Todd Johnson, OL Seth McKinney, WR Terrell Owens, WR Josh Reed, S Bryan Scott, OL Kendall Simmons, LB Josh Stamer.

Second coming of J.P. Losman?

Tim Graham breaks down Todd McShay's comment that Clausen is the next second coming of Losman.

Mocking The Draft

Read this article and keep you're eyes open for this. They do a great job over at Mocking the Draft.

Bills rank third in special teams

Each year Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News compiles statistics on the best special teams unit and ranks each. The Browns came in first followed by the Bucs and then Buffalo. Buffalo opponents had the worst punting average, a testament to how hard it is to kick in Buffalo and how awesome Brian Moorman is.

Kyle Williams our answer at NT?

According to "Don’t think that the guy that plays nose has to be a 330 or 340 pound guy," said Gailey. "We’re not going to take good football players and stand them over there beside me on game day. We’re going to put our best players on the field. If you have to put a smaller guy on the field to play there then you move him and do some different things with him. There are a lot of different ways to skin the cat and that’s what we’ll do. We’ll get our best football player on the field and let them play." Bills defensive coordinator George Edwards echoed those sentiments, saying ideally you’d like to have a big man in the middle, but that you can’t pigeon hole yourself into that line of thought. "You have ideal size that you want at particular positions," Edwards said. "That doesn’t mean you’re always going to have the ideal size at those positions so you have to play to the size and the strength of the people that you have on your roster." That would seem to indicate that they will work to find ways to get Kyle Williams on the field even though he might not look like a prototypical 3-4 nose tackle.

Dolphins mismanage of Joey Porter's release

A good read on the Dolphins and how they handled the Porter situation yesterday.


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