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Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 1-14
Chris Brown answers questions on compensatory picks, upgrading the defensive front 7, adding a pair of tight ends, using Kyle Williams effectively, Jason Watkins, and free agents.

Playmakers absent at linebacker for the Bills - Bills & NFL - The Buffalo News
"Linebackers are supposed to be the playmakers in the 3-4 defense. Unfortunately for the Buffalo Bills, not enough plays were made. Their linebackers were a part of the NFL's worst run defense and a virtually non-existent pass rush that finished 27th in the league with only 27 sacks. Add it all up and you have a linebacking corps that just wasn't good enough in 2010."

Dick Jauron may wind up in Cleveland | ProFootballTalk
"Jason La Canfora of NFL Network reports that Dick Jauron is being considered for the defensive coordinator position in Cleveland under Pat Shurmur. Jauron spent last season in Philadelphia as a secondary coach after his run as Bills head coach."

Williams runaway Defensive MVP -
"Sure it’s a fact that the Bills finished last in the league against the run in 2010, but Kyle Williams wasn’t a player lacking in the area of run defense. In fact the defensive tackle set a career-high in tackles, which ranked second in the league amongst interior defenders, led the team in tackles for loss, sacks and chipped in a pair of fumble recoveries. His best season earned him his first career Pro Bowl nod and the runaway winner for Bills Defensive MVP honors."

Bills, Dolphins will examine Cam Newton - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Bills head coach Chan Gailey supports Ryan Fitzpatrick as his leader moving forward. But Bills general manager Buddy Nix might not agree, and owner Ralph Wilson will make the final call. If Wilson demands a quarterback, then the Bills will draft a quarterback. The options would appear to be Newton or Missouri's Blaine Gabbert. " | Buffalo, NY | Wannstedt Meets with Bills Staff
"He's extremely knowledgeable... He's a great human being... A great team guy and he would bring some intensity to our team because I know what burns inside of him," said Chan Gailey.

Sports, Ink - Blogs - The Buffalo News
On January 15, 1994, the Bills beat the Raiders ion the coldest game in team history.

Indications Are Bills Want Wannstedt : Buffalo Sports Daily
"Word is Wannstedt is looking to become an assistant head coach and Chan Gailey would be happy to have him on board. The two have a working past together with Gailey serving as offensive coordinator in Miami when Wannstedt was head coach there in 2000-01."

Mel Kiper examines where the best possible fits for Kevin Kolb could be - ESPN
I'm sure the Bills are on the list but it's behind the pay wall.