Questions At Quarterback? - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Jeremy White "scouts" Trent Edwards, Brian Brohm, Colt McCoy, and Jimmy Clausen. He presents the reasons to draft each in a blind profile and then has you pick. "Put the 4 of them in a room and you get a pair of 2nd and a pair of 3rd round picks."
Fan Friday 4-30 – Inside The Bills
Chris Brown tackles questions on Jared Gaither and Jammal Brown trades, the WR position specifically with regards to Roscoe Parrish, Flozell Adams, who will starts at LT, and what Chan Gailey may do with Lee Evans.
Off The Record : April 28 : Next Question: Paul Posluszny
"Michael Landsberg asks linebacker Paul Posluszny why he cut off all of his hair in Next Question." And the host keeps messing up Poz's name.
NFL Draft and UDFAs
Brown's second passion is one for humanity - BuffaloBills.com
"The former Troy quarterback is an advocate for the fight against genocide in the African nations of Congo, Sudan and Uganda."
Bills Focus: Roosevelt's NFL Opportunity (3:01) - BuffaloBills.com
"Buffalo wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt talks about getting a crack in the NFL with his hometown team."
Nelson and Wright numbers – Inside The Bills
"ILB Mike Wright will wear jersey number 49 and WR David Nelson will wear jersey number 86."
Scout.com: 7 Points: First Mistake
One "can't-miss" prospect is RB C.J. Spiller. "Smart, proud, fast and versatile, the former Clemson star will hit the ground running and will leave plenty of defenders frustrated and weary." Ed Thompson also likes the new attitude in Buffalo displayed over draft weekend.
Bills add two more free agents : Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo News
"Wright earned All-Mountain West Conference honorable mention accolades in 2008 and 2009 for Utah. The 6-1, 241-pound linebacker ranked second on the defense with 79 total tackles in 2009."
Strategy and personnel | Team Reports | NFL at CBSSports.com
"Finding hybrid defensive end/outside linebackers continues to be a point of emphasis for the Bills as they build their roster with an eye toward training camp in July."
Buddy Nix defends not drafting a quarterback early | ProFootballTalk.com
Mike Florio discusses Buddy Nix contradicting himself in a recent radio interview. He said the Bills had three competent QBs so why add another one? Floria says the Bills had two good RBs, why add another one?
Arthur Moats Draft Journal- Final Entry
Read Arthur Moats' draft day journal here. He hung up on the Falcons to talk to the Bills, who had to call Moats' mother in order to get him on the phone.
Danny Batten Draft Journal- Final Entry
The Bills sixth-round pick thanks all the people who helped get him to the NFL.
NFL Blog Blitz: Buffalo Bills powered by SportsFanLive.com
"I was once again able to speak with former Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Ross Tucker and get his take on the 2010 Bills draft class. He touched on the running back situation, the QB situation and even the undrafted free agents the Bills were able to sign." 1. What was your initial...
710 ESPN NFL Draft Spin - What we learned - ESPN Los Angeles
"I'm starting to believe that the Buffalo Bills may have had just as bad of a first round pick given how the rest of their draft played out. The Bills biggest needs to me were offensive tackle and quarterback. Taking C.J. Spiller will sell jerseys, but what good is taking an undersized tailback if you can't provide holes for him?"
Other Bills Links
The AFC East in NFL spring power rankings - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The Bills have fallen 4 spots from the end of 2009 from 24 to 28 in the new preseason ESPN rankings.
Video: T.O. still out of work - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"The Washington Redskins signed 38-year-old receiver Joey Galloway, while former Buffalo Bills receiver Terrell Owens still can't find a job. ESPN's Adam Schefter takes a look at what's going on with T.O."
Team Reports | NFL at CBSSports.com
A look at the QB situation for the Bills.
Inside slant | Team Reports | NFL at CBSSports.com
A look at the Bills LT situation.
Fewell's energetic coaching style contrasts with former defensive coordinator - Newsday
"The Giants' new defensive coordinator jumped right into things Friday with enthusiasm, energy and excitement that would have been noticeable even if it were not in direct contrast to his stoic, unsuccessful predecessor. From the very first drill of rookie minicamp, Fewell was shouting..."