Bob Sanders? No Way | Democrat and Chronicle | Three-Point Stance
Sal Maiorana likes O.J. Atogwe better than Donte Whitner or the ever-injured Sanders.
Bills' Wang spreading football gospel in China - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Ed Wang is in China helping the NFL in its efforts to build a fan base in China. See what the linemen had to say. (See picture above. That's poor form, Mr. Wang.)
NFL.com news: Bills' reasons for considering Newton go beyond potential
Vic Carucci runs down a list of five reasons why the Bills will consider Cam Newton at third overall.
Bob Sanders and O.J. Atogwe
Report: Erie's Bob Sanders to visit Buffalo - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"But there's something to consider, Bills fans: Sanders is from Erie, Pa., and still lives there, the Colts' media guide states. Erie is 90 minutes west of Orchard Park on Interstate 90. He could visit his family every day if he wanted to."
Bills will talk to ex-Colts' safety Sanders - Bills & NFL - The Buffalo News
"Former Indianapolis Colts star safety Bob Sanders is scheduled to visit the Buffalo Bills today, a league source told The Buffalo News."
Donte Whitner monitoring job speculation - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Tim Graham invokes the BuffaloRumblings.com poll from yesterday about fans deciding who they want at safety when discussing Donte Whitner retweeting links.
Sanders visitng Bills - BillBoard - Blogs - The Buffalo News
"Signing Sanders would be an interesting move and is a sign the Bills are ready to move on from free agent Donte Whitner. He wants a new contract that ranks among the highest-paid safeties in the NFL, but last season ended with he and the Bills far apart in negotiations. Backup safety George Wilson's contract is up as well, so the Bills could become very thin at the position if they lose him, too."
Bob Sanders Leaves Jacksonville, Heads To Visit the Buffalo Bills - Big Cat Country
See what Jags fans are saying over at Big Cat Country.
Should Buffalo Bills Take A Chance At O.J. Atogwe or Bob Sanders? | Buffalo Wins
A quick look at answering the question.
2011 NFL Draft
WR Young looking to burn up Indy - BuffaloBills.com
"He is a slight-framed wide receiver with a larger than life personality and an even bigger game to match. He impressed at the Senior Bowl in Mobile last month. Now Boise State wide receiver Titus Young will be taking his show to Indianapolis where he has some awfully lofty personal goals with respect to the drills at the NFL combine later this week."
Inside The Bills | Watkins passes eyeball test
Chris Brown, who profiled Baylor OL Danny Watkins yesterday, gives his own personal opinion on the potential second round pick.
Blaine Gabbert preps for the combine - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Some video of Blaine Gabbert prepping for the draft.
Get your mocks off: Pre-combine roundup - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Cam Newton and Patrick Peterson (twice each) lead the way in these seven mocks with Von Miller, Marcell Dareus, and Robert Quinn each getting a mention by one draft "expert".
NFL Lockout 2011: The Haves And Have-Nots Of The NFL - Blogging The Boys
Another good look at the revenue sharing problem from Blogging the Boys.
Bulletin board for Feb. 22 - Other Sports - The Buffalo News
"Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Frank Reich will present the 2011 Call to Courage Award to Washington Redskins All-Pro linebacker and former Buffalo Bill London Fletcher. The John Carroll University product was a standout for the Bills from 2002-06. The honorary chairs for this year's breakfast will be Bills coach Chan Gailey and his wife, Laurie. Ex-Bill Steve Tasker is this year's masters of ceremonies. In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the Bills' first Super Bowl appearance, another feature at this year's breakfast will be a roundtable discussion with several members who played in Super Bowl XXV."
Sports, Ink - Blogs - The Buffalo News
On this date in 1985 the Buffalo Bills drafted Bruce Smith first overall.
Buffalo Bills Twitter Tales : Buffalo Sports Daily
Patrick Moran discusses two Q&As from Bills players on Twitter yesterday. DE Dwan Edwards likes Nevada QB Colin Kapernick and WR David Nelson thinks Bob Sanders has still got it.