Bell doing well - BuffaloBills.com
"Demetrius Bell missed the last seven games of the season after suffering a knee injury in Week 10 at Tennessee that required surgery. Now approximately two months removed from the scope procedure, the offensive tackle is in much better shape. As far as when Bell will be ready for action on the field, he called it a "wait and see" situation, but he’s confident he’ll be ready when it counts. For now, Bell is focused on getting a clean bill of health sooner rather than later."
New turf at Rogers Centre - Inside the Bills
"The new AstroTurf product features long rolling strips held together by Velcro instead of the almost 1,400 trays of turf previously used. The old surface had a lot more seams than the new surface will have, which means greater safety for the players."
Playing Bills GM- Volume III : Buffalo Sports Daily
Joe Pinzone continues his mock Bills off-season by looking at the Bills own free agents. He re-signs DE Ryan Denney, S Bryan Scott (and in his off-season he traded Donte Whitner), S George Wilson and tenders RFA offers to OG Richie Incognito and LB Keith Ellison as well as Jon Corto, Christian Gaddis, Justise Hairston, Cary Harris, and Jonathan Stupar.
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So would I. Lynch must go. RT @PatrickMoranBSD @salmaiorana I'd consider a 3rd rounder from SD for Lynch, and I'd leap at a 2nd rounder.
Podcast: Clayton on Moss, T.O., and the Bills QBs - ESPN.com - AFC East
John Clayton, in a visit with ESPN Radio's , gives his take on Randy Moss' comments from over the weekend about the New England Patriots, what the Buffalo Bills might do at quarterback with Michael Vick out there, the future for receiver Terrell Owens (looks like the Cincinnati Bengals) and what will happen with San Diego Chargers cornerback Antonio Cromartie.
T.O. and McNabb buddy-buddy? – Inside The Bills
"I can honestly say I appreciate those years and Donovan and I are friends and, actually we were just hanging out last night as a matter of fact. So it was one of those things where — again — it started off well, it didn’t end well. Sometimes, I wish it could have ended on a positive note."
T.O. patches things up with a former quarterback | ProFootballTalk.com
"So while it's good that they're getting along, Owens needs to take responsibility for the fact that McNabb was an innocent victim of the reign of terror aimed at getting T.O. out of Philly."
2010 NFL Draft
Tebow's new throw - Inside the Bills
"Florida QB Tim Tebow is not throwing at the combine later this week, but he has come a long way in changing the trajectory and arm angle of his throwing motion. Working with former NFL coaches like CFL head coach Marc Trestman and former Bills QBs coach Sam Wyche, Tebow has revamped his throwing mechanics, which were in need of serious reform."
Billboard: Tebow makes changes
"From the footage I just watched on television, the improvement is dramatic. He is keeping the ball high and throwing from his shoulder instead of his waist. The ball also is coming out of his hand quicker."
Tebow to unveil new delivery at pro day - ESPN.com Video
Video evidence that Tim Tebow is changing his throwing motion alongside analysis from Adam Schefter.
Tim Tebow will wait to unveil the new, improved Tim Tebow - Shutdown Corner
I still say there's no way Tebow gets out of the second round. As they say, it only takes one team to fall in love with him, and given his college production and the legendary character that's made Verne Lundquist blush so many times over the years, someone's going to fall in love with him.
LeFevour not throwing either - Inside the Bills
"In what is quickly becoming a quarterback meet-and-greet at the NFL Combine, Central Michigan prospect Dan LeFevour is the latest QB who has confirmed he will not throw in Indy later this week."
Billboard: QBs sitting out combine
"Someone like LeFevour, who is expected to be a second or third-round draft, he could help his cause by working out in front of all 32 teams in Indy because a lot of them won't be in attendance when Central Michigan has its Pro Day."
Combine Watch List: The top seven defensive tackles - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Shutdown Corner examines the top 7 defensive tackles in the draft including some NT prospects the Bills might consider.
NFL Draft Prospect Profile: Bruce Campbell : Buffalo Sports Daily
BSD continues their look at potential Bills draft picks with Maryland OT Bruce Campbell.
Buffalo Bills may want to focus on nose tackle | Democrat and Chronicle
"If quarterback Jimmy Clausen is available at the No. 9 overall pick in April's NFL draft, he'd be my pick for the Buffalo Bills, but speculation is mounting that the proposed switch to a 3-4 defensive front would make a nose tackle the top priority."
Fringe first-rounders have shot to assert themselves at combine - NFL.com
Tony Pike leads the list by NFL.com's Pat Kirwan.
Ten players with the most to gain at the NFL combine - Mocking the Draft
Mocking the Draft has their own list of players that can help their stock at the combine.