Bills' Dareus gets with the program - The Buffalo News
"It's nothing," Dareus said Wednesday about his presence at the two-hour workout. "There was not a doubt in my mind I'm coming. My agent was like, 'Marcell, you've got to do the insurance thing, you're not covered with them [the Bills] yet.' I said, 'You know Todd, I still want to go out there and show my face. I'm the first pick. The [Bills' players] were kind of like, 'We want him out here.' I'm not going to turn them down, because I've got to show some kind of support because I do want to be out here. I'm kind of excited. They wanted me out here, so I'm here."
Lockout has Bills tackle Bell on hold - ESPN AFC East Blog
"This is my position to lose at this point," Bell told me this week at Sahlen's Sports Park in suburban Buffalo, where he hooked up with 30 or so teammates for informal workouts. "They didn't draft a tackle in the high rounds. I look at last year as something to build off of and this is my year to breakout."
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Inside The Bills | Troup grinding on his own
"Troup has added close to 15 pounds of muscle to his frame thus far this offseason according to his updates."
Inside The Bills | Schobel visits 1 Bills Dr.
"The retired defensive end visited with folks at the team facility after making a doctor visit in town. Schobel looks fit and said he’s tipping the scales at 258 right now. That wasn’t the case late last fall."
NFL.com news: Super Bowl-winning QBs top list of game’s best signal-callers
Fitzpatrick is 18th in Pat Kirwan's QB rankings. He's ahead of Kyle Orton and Mark Sanchez to name a few.
Sports writer Carucci honored to be inducted - The Observer-Dispatch
Former Buffalo News columnist Vic Carucci is among the inductees at this year's Greater Utica Sports Hall of Fame.
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George Wilson talks informal workouts with Shredd and Ragan.
Marcel Dareus joins Buffalo Bills in workout | Democrat and Chronicle
"It's important for the camaraderie just getting the players together, and jell together," Dareus said after the practice, during most of which he just stood on the sidelines watching and talking to other players about what was happening on the field.
Dareus' First Day With Bills - WGR 550 SportsRadio
"It was important for him to get out here," remarked David Nelson. "He's out here right now with the defense, learning some of the defense. You can't put words on how important that is. Just to be able to be around the guys and have them teach you some of the defensive schemes and get your feet wet a little bit so that when training camp comes around he's not completely lost."
Top 55 Bills Of All-Time - WGR 550 SportsRadio
"Mike Schopp and the Bulldog spent Wednesday making up a list of the top 55 Bills of all time. Any Hall of Famers or Wall of Famers were in immediately. Then, callers, emailers and texters made cases for their favorites. Here is the list in no particular order:"
Dareus eager to get to know teammates - The Buffalo News
"Picking their brain," Dareus said. "Talking to them about heavy 5 (technique), 4s and tilts and everything. They’re kind of getting me to come along."
Long road for Bills TE Chandler - The Buffalo News
"Tight end Scott Chandler went above the call of duty in showing up for the Buffalo Bills' players-only workouts Tuesday and Wednesday. Chandler's plane flight out of Iowa was cancelled on Sunday. So he drove 12 hours to get to Elma to be with his teammates."
Ryan Fitzpatrick Remains Anonymous In Buffalo, But Not Among Fans Of Late-Period Martzball - SB Nation St. Louis
"I was excited to see Ryan Fitzpatrick emerge as the emergency starter for the Bills, and even more excited when he put together some games that rivaled that inexplicable rookie performance. He might not be final proof of Mike Martz's mad genius, but he is, it turns out, pretty good."