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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 5/27

L.A. financier would want to keep Bills in Buffalo - The Buffalo News
"I’m trying to put a group together to buy it," Gundlach told the Journal. "Now, I’m thinking about thinking about it."

Guessing next Bills owner a waste of time - ESPN AFC East Blog
"This type of development should be significant to Bills fans not because Gundlach offers any guarantees for keeping the team from moving. Too many problems crop up when trying to pull off such a major transaction. Investors change their minds. Uncontrollable outside variables frequently derail plans. But what I find notable about this story is that it's another reminder there are a lot of rich folks out there who sports fans have never heard of."

Flash Points: Franchise-turning events - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Tim Graham quotes a great and knowledgeable man when discussing the turning point in Buffalo Bills history.

Four Downs on Johnny White with... UNC offensive coordinator John Shoop -
"Today, North Carolina offensive coordinator John Shoop talks about the Bills’ fifth round selection (133rd overall) RB Johnny White. Shoop coached North Carolina running back Johnny White, who produced more than 1,000 total yards for Shoop’s offense in 2010. And as you will read in this feature in addition to his play on the field, White left quite the positive impression on the coach’s family off the field."

Dareus trains with Bills -
"Bills first round pick Marcell Dareus is excited about joining his teammates for workouts in western New York."

Bills Focus: A Closer Look at Da'Norris Searcy -
" takes an in-depth look at 4th round pick Da'Norris Searcy, who brings a combination of versatility and unusual size to the NFL."

Chandler driven to succeed - The Buffalo News
"Chandler brings excellent hands and great size -- he's 6-foot-7, 265 pounds -- to the position. He's not fast. He has the frame to be a good blocker. If he can impress in the blocking department, he could see quality playing time this year."

Jairus Byrd's quirky lockout offseason - ESPN AFC East Blog
"The weirdness of the lockout is affecting Byrd more than most. Because management isn't supposed to have any contact with players, Byrd's father, Chicago Bears defensive backfield assistant Gill Byrd, must keep a running log of all the times he speaks to Jairus."

Lions' Ndamukong Suh just one of the celebrities racing in Gumball 3000 | Detroit Free Press
"Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Cody Glenn and Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Shawne Merriman were other NFL players embarking on the 3,000-mile trip across the continent alongside personalities from TV, music and entertainment."

Bills legend says NFL must fix labor woes | The Journal Gazette
"I just wish they can hurry up and get it over with," says Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas.

Crash fails to dent Bills LB Torbor's upbeat mood - Times Union
"I think it went great," Torbor said, happily noting he's sore from the four days of workouts - not the accident.