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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 7/5

Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

Pressing Questions: 25 - Who will be the starting tight end? -
"Time will tell where the position is headed under head coach Chan Gailey, but wherever the tight end fits into the playbook, the Bills certainly have a viable number of options entering training camp."

Buffalo Bills 2010 Preview: 10 Breakout Players | Bleacher Report
FYI - Brian Brohm and Alex Carrington are on this list.

C.J. Spiller revved up for rookie season - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"The guy that's going to be the most exciting on the football field as a rookie," analyst Darren Woodson said, "is going to be C.J. Spiller up in Buffalo. The reason why is because Chan Gailey has come out said 'Hey, we're going to give him 12 to 15 carries this year, but he's going to make his huge impact is not only as a slot receiver, but in the return game.'

6. FS Jairus Byrd, Buffalo Bills | 2010 NFL Season Preview: 10 Players Who Will Have a Sophomore Slump | Bleacher Report
"Two of Byrd's interceptions came in end-of-game situations on "Hail Mary" passes, and a lot of passes simply fell to him. It is highly unlikely that opposing quarterbacks allow that many passes to fall to him again this season."

Fantasy Football Sharks - Five Impact Rookies
"No. 4 - C.J. Spiller – The Buffalo Bills chose the Clemson Tiger with the ninth overall pick in the first round of the 2010 draft for good reason."

World Cup allegiances allowed to shift - AFC East Blog - ESPN
With the United States bumped, Kirk Chambers is rooting for the Germans. "He fell in love with soccer while serving his Mormon mission in Berlin. He speaks fluent German. His father taught German in high school."

2011 NFL Draft news: Locker headlines a solid crop of senior QB prospects for 2011

"Here are the top 13 senior quarterback prospects NFL scouts will be keeping a close eye on this fall. This list only includes players who will have exhausted their eligibility after the 2009 season. Standford's Andrew Luck and Arkansas' Ryan Mallett will have a year of eligibility remaining and were not included for that reason -- even though they would be top prospects if they choose to come out."