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Worst In The NFL? Not So Fast. - WGR 550 SportsRadio
"Out of the five mock drafts I've looked at, a whopping four of them had Buffalo selecting first overall, and all five had the Bills using their first choice on a quarterback." Joe Buscaglia looks position by position to say the Bills are not the worst team in the league.

2010 Buffalo Bills Training Camp Competitions: Top Five Battles to Watch | Bleacher Report
Greg Haefner lists the top five battles to watch from the seats at St. John Fisher College in a couple months. RB, RT, WR, SS, and QB are on the list...

The Almanac, Celebrity Birthdays, Today in History, May 3 -
"In 2009, Jack Kemp, whose long career ranged from pro football quarterback (he led the Buffalo Bills in pre-Super Bowl days to AFL championships in 1964 and 1965) to nine-term U.S. congressman from New York, housing secretary and Republican nominee for vice president in 1996, died of cancer. He was 65."

2010 NFL draft full of interesting scenarios, deft moves - Peter King -
"Instead of taking Dan Williams at nine overall, the Bills waited 'til pick 41 to take potential nose-tackle starter Torell Troup of Central Florida. For this draft to be good, Troup will have to play well. Potential 3-4 defensive end Alex Carrington, too, is a must-succeed for this draft to be a good one."

Eagles Notebook: Eagles' new coach Bobby April has a special way of teaching | Philadelphia Daily News profiles Bobby April and his coaching style.

A look back at Bills’ draft class of 2008 | Olean Times Herald
Chuck Pollack looks back at the 2008 draft class with a lot of question marks. Can Leodis McKelvin be a consistent starter at CB? Can James Hardy step up given more playing opportunity this year? What about Chris Ellis and the rest of the class?

Chattanooga Times Free Press | Wiedmer: Porky's Open benefits UTC
Buddy Nix reflects on his tenure coaching at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Seahawks vet keeps the faith - The Globe and Mail
Former Bills safety Lawyer Milloy has re-signed with the Seahawks.

Twitter / Cj Spiller
well dem lakers handle business as usual, now there is nothing on tv so i guess i jst chill wit mom for the night

Twitter / Cj Spiller
It's been a good am gt me a wrkout in n ate sum frosted flakes now in few I'm go give the man upstairs his time bc that's wat really matters