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Fan Friday 5-21 – Inside The Bills
Chris Brown answers questions on C.J. Spiller's draft stock, adding competition via free agency at LT and QB, OL interior, Brian Brohm, and the 2010 starting OL.

How the 6-10 Buffalo Bills Were Four Plays Away from the NFL Postseason | Bleacher Report
Dan Spinder analyzes four plays during the season that, had they gone the Bills way, could have meant the Bills making the playoffs.

RB Bell brings unwavering confidence -
Joique Bell and C.J. Spiller became friends at the Scouting Combine and led Bell to sign in Buffalo as a free agent. He also talks of his meetings with former Bill Sam Gash and his drive to succeed.

What started Bell’s uphill climb – Inside The Bills
"I was supposed to be just the running back, but right before the season our quarterback ended up transferring to another school," said Bell. "So they had to put me at quarterback. As a result I didn’t have much running back film, and it’s one of the main reasons I didn’t get recruited much by schools for running back."

Bills will see Williams Wall – Inside The Bills
"Knowing that appellate cases take nine months to a year to get resolved, both players are expected to be available for the 2010 season without threat of suspension. The Bills play the Vikings in Minnesota in Week 13 (Dec. 5)."

BillBoard: Tampa 2 demise
"Tampa, Indianapolis, Chicago, Buffalo, Detroit and St. Louis all were playing a version of Tony Dungy's scheme. Now all of them but Indianapolis and Chicago have veered away from the defense."

Inside Slant | Team Reports | NFL at
Gailey, who has been coaching 35 years, including 15 in the NFL, is a staunch believer in two tenets: toughness and teamwork. "Toughness we find out when we get to training camp. This is about mental capacity, effort, being able to take what we teach and put it on the field, and at the same time seeing work ethic without us having to say anything."

Strategy & Personnel | Team Reports | NFL at
"It's important," said GM Buddy Nix of finding players suited for the 3-4. "We try not to be dictated completely by need but obviously you want to take guys that fit, too. Tom (VP of scouting Tom Modrak) and I but talked about it and if you're going to get big, you just about have to get big within the first three picks."

Team Reports | NFL at
"In an effort to improve his durability and his chances of winning the team's starting quarterback job, Brian Brohm has added 10 pounds to his 6-foot-3 frame." He is up to 230 now.

Jared Gaither trade to Buffalo Bills no longer feasible - ESPN
It's an Insider story so I don't have any information.