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Gailey may give Edwards a try : The Buffalo News
"I think there's at least a 50 percent chance, probably a little higher, that Trent Edwards is the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback when the 2010 season starts."

Admission | The Goose's Roost
"I don’t like admitting it, but I’m completely okay with the Bills raising ticket prices. Do I want to pay more money to watch football, Bills football in particular? No way, but them’s the breaks. The Bills still have the cheapest tickets in the league. This means they have one of the lowest gates in the league, and therefore make less money than many other franchises."

Bills Strong Safety Donte Whitner is a Redskin? - Hogs Haven
"I'm going out on a limb here but a person of note I've met told me Donte Whitner will be a Redskin come the start of free agency."

Bills Coaching and Front Office News
Sullivan: Do Bills have a nose for new talent? : The Buffalo News

"People seem to think I wake up every morning looking for reasons to rip the Bills. The team does make it awfully easy at times. But in recent weeks, the new brain trust at One Bills Drive has made moves that suggest they might actually know what they're doing."

WGR 550 SportsRadio - Deciphering Coach-speak 101 at OBD
Nicholas Mendola was covering the press conference Thursday at One Bills Drive and explains how hard it is to get actual information for a football coach. He also says the sandwiches and pasta salad were "nice".

Buffalo Bills: To Have A Chance, They Must Look Elsewhere | Bleacher Report
"When compared to its rivals, Buffalo has too many holes to fix. They need a massive influx of talent to climb out of the division cellar. Under these circumstances, Buffalo is going to have to throw away conventional thinking if they are to have any chance to make immediate, significant improvement."

Bills Player News
Six players the Bills could trade : Buffalo Sports Daily

Patrick Moran thinks the Bills could trade Marshawn Lynch, Kyle Williams, Donte Whitner, Aaron Schobel, Chris Kelsay, and Trent Edwards.

Johnson, Youboty go Ivy League - BuffaloBills.com
"It’s back to school time for two Buffalo Bills players this week. Fourth-year cornerback Ashton Youboty and sixth-year defensive lineman Spencer Johnson will attend the NFL-sponsored Business Management and Entrepreneurial Programs at the Wharton and Harvard Business Schools."

Video: Vick, T.O. and Marshall updates - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"ESPN's John Clayton takes a look at various personnel situations around the league, including whether Michael Vick will be a Buffalo Bill, where Bills receiver Terrell Owens is headed and what's in store for Denver Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall."

Barkley Blasts Owens & The Bills | WGRZ.com
NBA analyst Charles Barkley took a shot at Bills wide receiver Terrell Owens and the Bills during the NBA All-Star skills competition in Dallas. Owens was in attendance for the event on Saturday night. When shown in the crowd during the broadcast on TNT, Barkley commented, "Man I didn't know T.O. was still alive.'' When asked by another analyst why, Barkley followed, "Man nobody watches the Buffalo Bills play, give me a break. You think they ever showed the Buffalo Bills?''

Matthews: Buffalo Bills should offer Marshawn Lynch to San Diego Chargers | Democrat and Chronicle
"Suggestion: the Bills should try to trade Lynch for San Diego's pick late in the second round. In a perfect scenario, the Bills would get San Diego's second-round pick and use one of their second-round picks on [Toby] Gerhart. A Fred Jackson-Gerhart 1-2 punch could be very effective."

Scott Pitoniak: McNabb wouldn't be Bledsoe II, but it's probably a moot point now any way
"If McNabb’s not an option, then I’m taking a serious look at drafting Jimmy Clausen from Notre Dame. I believe he has the grit, swagger and arm to succeed in Buffalo. Of course, in order to procure him, the Bills are going to have to trade up and be willing to suffer through a transition year while he learns the NFL ropes, surrounded by a supporting cast in serious need of a talent upgrade."

Buffalo Bills set for evaluation of QB position | Democrat and Chronicle
One of Chan Gailey's first tasks as head coach of the Buffalo Bills is evaluating the quarterback position. Sal Maiorana looks at the ways the Bills could upgrade the position through the draft and free agency.

2010 NFL Draft
Combine provides Bills fan a basis for hope : Larry Felser : The Buffalo News

"The annual NFL meat market in Indianapolis will be upon us soon, with almost all the best prospects emerging from college and seeking employment with those huge pro paychecks attached. Buddy Nix, the Bills' new general manager, his scouting aides and new head coach Chan Gailey will observe, appraise, interview and find out what they like or don't like about the horde of football beef."

NFL Draft Prospect Profile: Russell Okung : Buffalo Sports Daily
BSD profiles the big Oklahoma State LT.