Steady approach the plan for Roscoe's wrist - BuffaloBills.com
"It’s probably taken a little longer than the first time because in this situation I didn’t have to rush," said Parrish in reference to his wrist injury in his first NFL season in 2005. "In my rookie year I did it in training camp and I was trying to get back. This situation I can spend more time on getting it fully, fully healed. So it’ll probably be better than before."
NFL great Joe DeLamielleure is still giving it his all - latimes.com
"My pension after 13 years in this league is $1,247 a month, before taxes," he says. "We've got [other] Hall of Famers getting $172 a month. It drives me crazy. The general public thinks we're multimillionaires, especially if we're in the Hall of Fame. …"
Charles Woodson feeling no pain as Packers win Super Bowl - Peter King - SI.com
...Jimmy Johnson, after his Cowboys drilled the Bills, telling me that night, "While Marv Levy's in there reading Shakespeare to his guy, my guys are up in their rooms, belly-laughing at The Flintstones.''
On Super Bowl Sunday, Bills fans can dream — again - Canandaigua, NY - MPNnow
"Either way, when the Bills head back to St. John Fisher College in late July to get ready for another season, the fans will return, as they always do, as will the hope. If Bills fans don’t have hope, what’s left?"
Video: Stevie Johnson taking the Packers - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Buffalo Bills receiver Steve Johnson, winner of the 2010 Vizio Top Performer Award, gives his thoughts on the Super Bowl matchup and his breakout season. Johnson picks the Green Bay Packers to win and prefers Aaron Rodgers to Ben Roethlisberger if forced to choose which quarterback he'd want with the game on the line."
AFC East observations on the Super Bowl - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Thurman Thomas, Jonathan Scott, and Sean Kugler all get mentions in this AFC East look at the Super Bowl.
Inside The Bills | Gailey eased Roscoe’s nerves
Two weeks after Gailey was named head coach he called Parrish and not only assured him he was wanted, but supremely motivated him as well. "Chan called me and told me to get ready to play and that was the best news I got in the offseason," said Parrish. "That just made me work even harder. Just pushed me more."