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Wide Open Job - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Joe Buscaglia handicaps the field for the WR 2 slot including Marcus Easley (pictured).

Roscoe Parrish pumped about possibilities -
In the end Parrish could not have asked for a better offseason. Blessed with a new coaching staff and a clean slate just seven months later without having to change his uniform, football is fun again for the elusive wideout.

Fan Friday 5-28 – Inside The Bills
Chris Brown answers questions on Jamon Meredith at RT, trading up in April's draft for Russell Okung and NT options, the safety and linebacker positions, and seeing more press coverage out of the defense.

Going Beyond the Game - Tonic
Buffalo Bills OT Cornell Green and former DL Anthony Hargrove went to Swaziland over the summer to help in the African nation.

Byrd Pro Bowl photo up – Inside The Bills
"In the Bills Fieldhouse every player that has ever made the Pro Bowl or been honored with the Ralph C. Wilson Distinguished Service Award has their photo adorned on the walls inside the Fieldhouse. Byrd’s photo went up earlier this week." There's a picture after the jump.

Offense helping defense – Inside The Bills
"So Buffalo’s offense is forcing its defense to communicate quickly and effectively before the snap during team work. That kind of pressure now will only help come September."

Whitner hears the chatter – Inside The Bills
"Donte Whitner had been traded close to a dozen times via media speculation this offseason. He’s read all of that and heard the negative feedback from fans. In the end though he’s glad he’s still a Bill. Whitner said he’s taken all that negative energy and used it as motivation in preparing himself for what he hopes is his best NFL season."

Defensive scheme more complex – Inside The Bills
"After the first week of OTAs it’s hard not to think that this year’s defense will be far more dynamic. Defensive backs have been making a ton of plays on the ball this first week and Donte believes it’s the byproduct of simply playing a lot more man coverage, something that the DBs on this team are more than capable of handling, but never had the chance to do much of in the past."

BillBoard: Seahawks shopping for running back
"It would be in the Bills' best interests to lower their demands and trade Lynch to the Seahawks, assuming they are still interested."

BillBoard: Edwards' golf game
Trent Edwards shot 82-75 while Andre Reed shout 82-88 in the Drew Brees charity tournament.

Will Buffalo be Terrell Owens' last stop? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Jay Harris and Cris Carter break down Terrell Owens' chances of finding an NFL team.

Buffalo News: Fantasy Fix: Will T.O. be better than Lee?
"Terrell Owens might not have a team for the 2010 NFL season, but that didn't stop Mike Harmon of from placing him ahead of former Bills teammate Lee Evans in his recent rankings of the top 50 wide receivers in fantasy football."

The Sports Hayes - The QB Competition Begins |
"This week in "The Sports Hayes" podcast, 2 on Your Side's Ben Hayes talks will Bills Digest associate editor, and Bills Rapid Reporter Mark Ludwiczak about the start of the QB competion."

Bills looking for spark on the ground -- Times Union - Albany NY
"Rookie running back C.J. Spiller will be an integral piece of a revamped Buffalo Bills backfield that could hold the key to the team's offensive success. Spiller, the ninth overall selection in the draft, joins incumbents Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch to give the Bills a crowded, but yet potentially spirited three-headed running back attack."

Top 20 Bills All-Time Draft Picks: Jeff Nixon (#19) : Buffalo Sports Daily
Jeff Nixon was the 87th overall pick in the 1979 NFL draft and is the 19th-rated draft pick in Bills history according to BSD.

Vikings or Bills? Who Is The Biggest All-Time Super Bowl Disappointment? | Bleacher Report
Chad Lundberg thinks the Vikings are the bigger disappointment since they were favored in two of their four Super Bowl losses.

Joe from NYC Blog: Bills OTA thoughts
Joe Pinzone gives his opinion on OTAs so far including the Marshan Lynch watch, blowing smoke at a new coaching regime, and much more.