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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 3/12

Kennedy visits Bills - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Defensive tackle Jimmy Kennedy, the last of the Vikings' unrestricted free agents, was scheduled to arrive in Buffalo on Thursday and continue his visit with the Bills on Friday.

A wrap-up of those who wrap up - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Paul Posluszny was 25th in the NFL in linebacker tackling efficiency with 82 solo tackles and six misses. That puts him one spot behind Jerod Mayo and two behind new Dolphins LB Karlos Dansby. Chris Kelsay was one of the top DL tacklers in efficiency with only one miss (though that doesn't incorporate when he was just way out of position).

Bills Focus: Filling Out the 3-4 (2:21) - Video
"One of the challenges facing the coaching staff is who will fill the nose tackle role on the defensive line."

T.O. not coming back to the Bills - Buffalo Sports Daily
"I spoke to a source, who told me unequivocally that the "door has been shut" on an Owens return to Buffalo.  According to the source both sides have respect for each other but remain feeling each are better off without each other."

Free Agency
How I See It: AFC East Stock Watch - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Tim Graham calls Terrll Owens his "Faller" in this week's edition of the Stock Watch.

Video: T.O. already out of options? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Now that Buffalo Bills free-agent receiver Terrell Owens' two biggest possibilities -- the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens -- have dried up, what are his employment options? ESPN's Adam Schefter doesn't detect any at the moment."

Other Bills News
Kawika's Uganda trip blog, days 2 and 3 -
"For the next week Bills linebacker Kawika Mitchell is teaming up with New York Giants defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka in a charity effort to help villages in Kiwanuka’s native Uganda, while also taking in some of the unique experiences that the African nation has to offer. In this installment of Mitchell’s blog from Uganda, the Bills linebacker provides details of their two-day safari, which included a trip across the globe’s middle parallel."

Poz visits Good kids -
"I really enjoyed being here today," said Posluszny. "Depew Middle School is a great community and everyone here was great to work with. I would have to say that my favorite part of the day was talking with Lauren and Billy. They were both nervous to come up on stage and ask me questions, but I think it made them feel better when I told them that I still get nervous before talking on stage too. They were great kids."

DeHaven's rare coaching journey -
"Following his abrupt departure from Buffalo following the 1999 season, DeHaven landed in San Francisco as special teams coach of the 49ers. And though his head coach was Steve Mariucci, there was a three-time Super Bowl champion head coach watching from above on Sundays and making decisions on the club’s personnel." He also worked in Dallas for Bill Parcells and Seattle with Mike Holmgren and of course Hall of Fame coach Marv Levy.