Dungy: Buffalo is "dark horse" for Vick in 2010 | ProFootballTalk.com
"But I think a dark horse is Buffalo . . . They talked originally. There was some communication there. I think that could be a good spot," NBC analyst and Vick advisor Tony Dungy said.
Dungy: Bills would be good fit for Vick next year : The Buffalo News
The Eagles signed Vick to a $1.6 million contract for 2009, with a team option for the second year at $5.2 million.
Dungy says Vick could be headed to Buffalo - AFC East - ESPN
"That the Bills were speaking with Vick before the season suggests they weren't totally satisfied with their quarterback situation months ago -- before they fired their offensive coordinator, before the no-huddle offense fizzled, before Edwards suffered another concussion."
More on Vick
Tony Dungy, Reputable Twittermongerer | The Goose's Roost
TGR likens a potential Michael Vick signing with the Terrell Owens move this past offseason as a way to make money first and potentially get better on the field second.
Bills Should Sign Vick -- IF Dungy Comes Too | WGRZ.com
Ed Kilgore mentions that $5.2M for a QB like Vick would be risky but it would be worth it if Dungy came to coach.
Actual Bills news
Thurman Thomas Show: Film Session
Thurman Thomas breaks down how Jairus Byrd has been in the right place at the right time for all his interceptions.
Jeff Nixon: Fame is a Vapor : Buffalo Sports Daily
Former Bills DB Jeff Nixon discusses fleeting fame, team first attitude, and Jairus Byrd in hopes that all this instant fame and success doesn't go to his head.
Buffalo Bills exhibit boosts attendance : The Buffalo News
Admissions to the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society are through the roof thanks to the "Buffalo Bills 50th Season" exhibit.
Bills Should Chase Jaws - 13WHAM.com
Mike Catalana suggests the Bills should look to the MNF booth to sign Ron Jaworski up as their next GM.
Moss ties Owens on TD list | ProFootballTalk.com
Randy Moss tied Terrell Owens with 140 touchdown catches yesterday. They are in second place well behind Jerry Rice.