Edwards not at One Bills Drive Wed. – Inside The Bills
Trent Edwards was not at One Bills Drive in any capacity on Wednesday according to head coach Dick Jauron.
BillBoard: Williams' shoulder
"Kyle Williams... has a separated acromioclavicular joint in his shoulder. It's where the collarbone and the shoulder blade meet. It doesn't sound like he will be playing Sunday."
AFC East Underachiever: Terrell Owens - AFC East - ESPN
Each NFL blogger at ESPN picked a division underachiever. T.O. was Tim Graham's choice and I can't say I'm surprised.
Van Pelt to stay on sideline | BuffaloBills.com
The Bills OC was down on the field yesterday after spending the first five games in the coaches' box.
Buffalo Bills NFL News Updates - CBSSports.com Rapid Reports
- Bills coach Dick Jauron on the return of WR James Hardy: "We'll take it a little bit slow ... it's not going to be this week (when he plays) and hopefully that doesn't disappoint him, but we think it would be a little bit careless (to activate him so soon). It's just great to see him back."
- Are Dick Jauron (Yale) and Ryan Fitzpatrick (Harvard) kindred spirits with their Ivy League connection? "We have a secret handshake and ... no, I like Ryan," Jauron said with a smile. "I like him because he can throw it, direct it and hopefully get us another win - in spite of where he went to school."
- Bills WR James Hardy was thrilled to practice for the first time since last year's ACL injury. "I sort of forgot what it felt like to be out there with 10 other guys," Hardy said. "I can't even explain what the feeling was to be out there and be a part of something again."
- Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick on his history: "I was not heavily recruited out of high school. Had one scholarship offer from Eastern Washington, a Big Sky I-AA school. Went to Harvard ... settled on Harvard, I guess," he said with a smile.
Hardy happy – Inside The Bills
It was clear that Hardy was very grateful to be back on the field again after working so hard to get back.
Bills pick six | BuffaloBills.com
All six takeaways were interceptions marking the first time since Dec.9, 1967 (at Boston) that the Bills have posted an even half dozen in a single game.
Hardy to hit practice field | BuffaloBills.com
James Hardy was so excited to workout with his teammates again he was at OBD at 8AM Monday. The rest of the team had the day off, though.
Bills notebook: Parrish replaced as top punt returner : Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo News
The Buffalo Bills have benched the NFL's two-time defending punt return champion. Injury updates as well in Mark Gaughan's notebook.
Bills to find out about Fitzpatrick : Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo News
The Buffalo News profiles FItzpatrick who went from seventh-round pick of the Rams, to injury replacement in Cincinnati, to backup in Buffalo.
The Buffalo Bills injury list grows and leaves much in doubt for Sunday | Democrat and Chronicle
The Bills injury list is lengthy once again, and it's uncertain which players will be able to play Sunday.
Panthers’ Hump Day Prognostication - Cat Scratch Reader
CSR, SBNation's Panthers blog, looks ahead to the game this weekend by profiling the Bills.
T.O. on grumpy Steve Smith: 'I feel his frustration' - AFC East - ESPN
Terrell Owens feels the frustration Steve Smith is going through right now. Smith sais this week, "We get the win, but I have a limited role. So, obviously, I see this game as showing I'm no longer an asset to this team."
Video: AFC East Blogger's Blitz - AFC East - ESPN
AFC East blogger Tim Graham discusses the hot topics within the division.
Remembering how useful the USFL was to Buffalo - AFC East - ESPN
Bills fans must be thankful not only for the USFL's founding fathers, but also for the man most responsible for tearing it down, Donald Trump.
He’s baaaack. James Hardy returns : Buffalo Sports Daily
James Hardy returns to the practice field for the Buffalo Bills Wednesday for the first time in nine months since having major ACL knee surgery.
The Two Faces of the Buffalo Defense : Buffalo Sports Daily
Paul Seebald breaks down the very good and the very bad of the Bills starting defense.
Scott Pitoniak: Opining on Hudson - the actress, not the river - and other matters
Here’s a positive historical Bills note: Buffalo’s .667 win percentage in overtime (18-9) is best in NFL history for teams with 10 or more OT appearances.