'Old man' Moorman still kicking - The Buffalo News
"Brian Moorman was already the oldest player on the Buffalo Bills' roster. Now he has the added distinction of being the team's longest-tenured player." Allen Wilson profiles the successful punter.
Bruce DeHaven relishes return to Buffalo Bills | Democrat and Chronicle
"Bruce DeHaven is back where his NFL career began, and where he enjoyed his greatest successes as a special teams coach." Sal Maiorana sets the stage by discussing DeHaven's worst nightmare - the Music City Miracle.
Bills Training Camp Report – August 7 : Buffalo Sports Daily
Michael Thomas from Billszone gives the most detailed report from training camp out there.
Joe from NYC Blog: Your 2010 Buffalo Bills Preview: Offensive Line
"Overall, I think the line will be better than last year's disaster, but they have to stay healthy or it's going to be another long season of wondering, "Why doesn't this team do something about the line?" "
Bills Alter Practice Time For This Week | Democrat and Chronicle
"There are two night pracitces scheduled one Monday and one Wednesday. Usually night practices have started at 7 o'clock. This week they will start 15 minutes later at 7:15 pm. Tuesday afternoon's practice will start at 3:15 pm."
Bills Focus: Wide Receiver Competition (3:48) - BuffaloBills.com
Several wide receivers are battling for reps. Chris Brown breaks it all down.
Players like Edwards’ approach – Inside The Bills
Jairus Byrd and Kawika Mitchell both like DC George Edwards' approach, offering constructive criticism and teaching them the right things to do.
TE Nelson on the QB race – Inside The Bills
"I don’t know what the quarterback situation is, but whoever gets the starting job… I believe all of them are doing a good job right now," said Nelson. "They’re in their playbooks heavy, they all look like they know what they’re doing. I’m very excited about it whoever the quarterback will be." Textbook on the fence answer.
Kawika thankful for staff approach – Inside The Bills
"Kawika Mitchell has done well in his return from a quadriceps tear suffered last season, and part of the reason why is because he hasn’t overdone it."
wgrz.com | Buffalo, NY | Davis, Edwards Help Bills Switch to 3-4
"The Bills are switching from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 defense. They Bills brought in a couple of veterans, Andra Davis and Dwan Edwards not only to beef up the defense, but to help with the transition to it. Ben Hayes reports on the impact Davis and Edwards are already having on the Bills defense."
Overcoming obstacles - Canandaigua, NY - MPNnow
"James Hardy came to the Buffalo Bills training camp 100 percent healthy from a nagging knee injury and ready to deliver on the potential the team saw in him after they selected him in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft."
Bills to speed up Spiller's progress soon | ProFootballTalk.com
"Fred Jackson figures to remain the starter into the season, but head coach Chan Gailey will want his most explosive offensive talent on the field plenty."
NFL.com news: Quick study: Recently signed Spiller to work with Bills' starters
"Spiller is in line to take reps with Buffalo's offensive starters, a source with knowledge of the situation told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora on Sunday. The rookie running back also is the Bills' top option at kick returner and punt returner -- an area in which he shined in college."
Baylor, Grich saved the best for last | Democrat and Chronicle
"Add Yahoo! Sports and Pro Football Weekly NFL Season Preview to the list of critics the Buffalo Bills will attempt to make look foolish. The publication ranks the Bills 32nd in the 32-team league and projects a 4-12 record, tied with Tampa Bay for worst."
What If Trent Fails: The Bills' Quarterback Options | Bleacher Report
Mal Sully goes through nine options - and none of them are pretty - if Trent Edwards fails.
Thoughts on Mutual Breakup Between Aaron Schobel and the Bills " Bills Gab
"My initial reaction to the Bills and defensive end Aaron Schobel ending their nine year relationship last Thursday wasn't one of shock or disappointment. Essentially, it is what it is." Frank Minniti wishes Schobel good luck.
Stats say Bledsoe deserves Hall of Fame - AFC East Blog - ESPN
In the past, 40,000 yards was an automatic bust in Canton. Bledsoe has 44, 611 and reached two Super Bowls. Will he get in the Hall of Fame?