Five things the Bills will do this offseason : Buffalo Sports Daily
"Some maneuvers will have to play themselves out, but I’ve come up with a list of five things you can count on the Bills doing for sure. * Find a right tackle in free agency * Find a second wide receiver in free agency * Sign as much defensive depth in free agency as possible * Draft a left tackle with their first pick * Draft a nose tackle with their second pick"
Playing Bills GM- Volume V (Part 1) : Buffalo Sports Daily
Joe Pinzone continues his dream Bills offseason by signing some defensive free agents. He signs RFA 3-4 DE Marcus Spears from the Cowboys, sending them a third rounder, and UFA ILB Larry Foote to man the spot next to Paul Posluszny. He leaves Kawika Mitchell on the outside so his surgically repaired leg doesn't have to take the pounding.
WIVB.com | Blogs " Blog Archive " T.O.’s Exit No Surprise
"Along with the announced departure of Josh Reed, the Bills receiving corp will get a makeover. James Hardy would be the favorite to start opposite Lee Evans, although a veteran free agent receiver would make sense to ease the transition. Steve Johnson should also be in the mix to start, or play the slot. Don’t forget Roscoe Parrish, if Gailey can figure out a way to use him correctly."
2010 NFL Scouting Combine
BillBoard: Fordham's sleeper QB
"John Skelton is a sleeper quarterback prospect in the 2010 NFL Draft who started for 3 1-2 years at Fordham. He's a 6-6, 243-pounder who grew up in Texas but got no Division I scholarship offers. His size makes him intriguing. He was regarded by draftniks as anywhere from a fourth to sixth round prospect at the end of the college season."
Leadership questions dog QB Jimmy Clausen at the combine - USATODAY.com
"Some people are saying I'm cocky. I'm arrogant, I'm not a good leader, I'm not a good teammate," Clausen said. "The people who are out there saying those things really don't know me as a person. I'm a humble kid. I love having fun with my teammates. I have guys over to my house whether they're offensive or defensive guys, go in during days off, watch a lot of film with the receivers. During the offseason, I have a bunch of my guys come out to work out with me, stay at my house with my family.
Tackles should be available for Bills in draft : Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo News
The Buffalo Bills have a good chance to get help at offensive tackle in the first round of the NFL draft, if that's the position they choose to address. "I think the talent there is good," Bills General Manager Buddy Nix said of the tackle position. "I think the big guys in this draft is the strong point — on both sides of the ball."
Sunday NFL Scouting Combine ruminations, open thread - Mocking The Draft
Mocking the Draft's coverage and fan conversation from yesterday.
Bills Roundup: Combine Day Four Wrap (2:48) - BuffaloBills.com
"The cornerbacks and safeties were the focus of attention on Day 4 of the NFL Scouting Combine."
GT's Morgan Interviewed With Bills - WGR 550 SportsRadio
"Speaking at the NFL Scouting Combine on Sunday, Georgia Tech defensive end Derrick Morgan admitted that he had met with Bills head coach Chan Gailey. And it wasn't only Gailey. Morgan saying that he met with the entire defensive staff of the Bills including defensive coordinator George Edwards, defensive line coach Giff Smith and outside linebackers coach Bob Sanders."
Running back depth, Tebow's numbers - Don Banks - SI.com
"Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we wrap up our stay at the still-unfolding NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. ..."
Other Bills News
Rex Ryan monitoring Bills' 3-4 switch - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"I guess that depends on 'Are you changing coverages or is it just the front you are changing?'" Ryan said Saturday at the NFL scouting combine in Lucas Oil Stadium. "There are several different versions of a 3-4. But it depends on your style. If the coverages are staying the same, it probably is not as big of a change as what you might think." Ryan then went on to explain the important of a two-gap NT in the scheme.
Video: One season of T.O. enough for Bills - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"ESPN's Adam Schefter explains why the Buffalo Bills decided they didn't want Terrell Owens back for a second season and talks about where the future Hall of Fame receiver might land next."
My Ideal 2010 Redskins - Hogs Haven
"As you may have heard around the grapevine, the Bills are interested in Jason Campbell. The trade I envision sends Jason Campbell and Chris Horton to Buffalo for Donte Whitner and the Bills' first round pick at #9 overall."
Dreaming of Better Times For The Gridiron Heroes - Pride Of Detroit
One Lions fan thinks his team should bring in Kirk Chambers as a RT option in free agency.
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