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TORONTO - AUGUST 19:  Trent Edwards #5 of the Buffalo Bills looks to pass during game action against the Indianapolis Colts August 19 2010 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto Ontario Canada. (Photo by Brad White/Getty Images)
TORONTO - AUGUST 19: Trent Edwards #5 of the Buffalo Bills looks to pass during game action against the Indianapolis Colts August 19 2010 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto Ontario Canada. (Photo by Brad White/Getty Images)
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Bills' Moats mastering new position - The Buffalo News
Rodney McKissic talks to the linebacker who admitted he felt lost during the first preseason game. They discuss Moat's transition from college DE to pro ILB.

Bills lack linebackers of distinction - The Buffalo News
Jerry Sullivan thinks the Bills LB corps leaves a lot to be desired. He calls Paul Posluszny a "poor version of London Fletcher."

Buffalo Bills turn to Roscoe Parrish for offensive output | Democrat and Chronicle
"This year I feel much better about my role," Parrish said the other day as he walked off the practice field at the end of his sixth training camp at St. John Fisher College. "I'm very excited. I'm just really looking forward to this season. Everybody is going to get an opportunity, and I can't ask for anything more at this point. That's all I ever wanted."

Trent Edwards trying to carve out his own legend in Buffalo -
Can Trent Edwards finally be the man to replace Jim Kelly?

Current Team
Trent Edwards Meets the Media (2:56) -

"The Bills quarterback talks about facing Cincinnati on Saturday, the potential of the ground game this season, and the possibility of an 18 game season."

Gailey not much for nicknames – Inside The Bills
"Obviously they’re both good players," he said. "I didn’t know we had nicknames for them. Whatever. Good for them I guess. It doesn’t matter. They’re like everybody else, you’ve got to produce on game day."

Chan Gailey Thursday Update (3:01) -
"The Bills head coach talks about Wood and Bell's playing time, James Hardy's status, facing the Bengals secondary, and the possibility of an 18 game season."

Bills Focus: Wood Working His Way Back (2:25) -
"Bills guard Eric Wood is working to get his game back to a high level, while adjusting to a new teammate on the right side of the offensive line."

QB rotation undisclosed – Inside The Bills
"Bills head coach Chan Gailey has yet to communicate the quarterback rotation to his signal callers for Saturday night, and as a result he won’t be divulging his plans publicly. Trent Edwards is expected to start, but beyond that is anyone’s guess. "

Nix on Trent’s training camp – Inside The Bills
"Trent probably had the best camp," said Nix. "He’s got more talent even though we’ve all got a lot to do. But I’ll leave that (final) assessment up to Chan and it’s something we’ll talk about and then we’ll try to make the right decision."

Hardy expected to play – Inside The Bills
"He looked good today," said Gailey after Thursday’s practice. "I think he is right on track to get back on the field. I think he wants to play, we want him to play and hopefully there’s no residual from today’s practice and he’ll be ready to go for Saturday night."

Nix on number of QBs to be kept – Inside The Bills
"We’ve got four and we’ll take three," said Nix.

Bell and Wood to get less time – Inside The Bills
"Even though the starters for both offense and defense are expected to play at least the entire first half, rehabbing starters Demetrius Bell and Eric Wood will continue to see their workload scaled back."

McGee on ‘Batman and Robin’ – Inside The Bills
"Owens and Ochocinco have labeled themselves ‘Batman and Robin’ after Owens signed with the Bengals in late July. The duo will be facing the Bills Saturday night. McGee however, doesn’t make much of the moniker for the entertaining wideouts."

Former Bills
AFC East GMs don't rate on Forbes list - AFC East Blog - ESPN

"The AFC East has no representatives, but three were spawned from the division. Buffalo Bills fans should be frustrated to see that two among the top five were run out of the organization."

Podcast: Hall of Famer Joe DeLamielleure - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Pro Football Hall of Famer Joe DeLamielleure discusses what happened to players' salaries when the NFL moved to a 16-game schedule and pensions that haven't been paid. DeLamielleure says modern players have it much easier than he did."

Falcons LB Coy Wire: football player or philosopher? | Creative Loafing Atlanta
"Atlanta Falcons linebacker Coy Wire shares his refreshing approach to a brutally violent game."

Terrell Owens Ready to See Some Old Friends in Buffalo -- NFL FanHouse
A look at Terrell Owens' return to Buffalo.

Other Bills Links
Buffalo Bills 2000s Worst-Decade Team - Worst Head Office Move Selection - Buffalo Rumblings

Our very own CBF has been compiling a worst-decade team to go along with our all-decade team. Today he finds himself looking at the worst front office move of the last ten years. Have fun.

Monday QB club new member event – Inside The Bills
"The Monday Quarterback Club is holding a new member event on Mon. Aug. 30."

Tasker, Gus Johnson get home opener – Inside The Bills
Buffalo @ Green Bay Spero Dedes/Randy Cross Buffalo @ New England Kevin Harlan/Solomon Wilcots

Bills-Bengals game will air at 7 p.m. Sunday | Democrat and Chronicle
"The Buffalo Bills preseason game Saturday against the Cincinnati Bengals will be televised locally, but you’ll need to wait until 7 p.m. Sunday to see it."

Players see pros, cons in 18-game schedule - The Buffalo News
Several Bills players talk about the 18-game season and the effects it may have. Rodney McKissic also updates from Bills practice.

Joe from NYC Blog: The Briefing
Joe gives quick hits on various topics.

2011 NFL Draft
First 2011 NFL Draft big board from Mel Kiper published - Mocking The Draft

"This just feels good. ESPN NFL Draft expert Mel Kiper has put out his first big board for the 2011 draft."