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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 5/9

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LB White ready to prove himself again -
"He was named the most valuable player in Mississippi’s Region 7 as a senior in high school. He led his high school club to the state playoffs each of his final three seasons. But when it came time to pick where to play college football no one was calling Chris White with an offer."

#49: What if Takeo Spikes didn't get hurt? | Buffalo Wins
Maybe Tom Donahoe is still the Bills GM and Mike Mularkey is still the coach. Who knows?

Hardy left IU early, but not for good | The Indianapolis Star |
James Hardy finished his degree at Indiana and graduated this weekend.

New player in artificial turf business could spark price war | ProFootballTalk
Apparently the new Bills field is starting a turf war in stadium pricing. The cost to the Bills, $178K, is way less than the $495K the Vikings spent last year.

Buffalo Bills Topics Page -
"Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills is shown during the NFL football lockout in Orchard Park, N.Y., Thursday, May 5, 2011. Right about now, veterans normally would be at team facilities for offseason workouts. Minicamps for rookies would be days away, with those veterans attending full minicamps soon after. Instead, for as long as the lockout is in place, there's nothing."

Mudhar: Fords playing political football with media -
"The Buffalo Bills experiment shows Toronto is on the league’s radar and emphatically says the NFL isn’t ignoring this market. More importantly, the NFL is dealing with its own problems including that messy lockout business, so now isn’t the time to aggravate them. In this courtship, the NFL has plenty of suitors. It’s up to them to invite who they want in their club, which everyone agrees won’t happen anytime soon."

Monday Morning Quarterback - Peter King -
"The Jets traded up from 17 to five in the first round to take Sanchez. Imagine if they hadn't; who'd have taken Sanchez? Oakland, at seven? San Francisco, at 10? Buffalo, at 11 (saving the Aaron Maybin embarrassment)? Washington, at 13?"

Peter Schrager's 2012 first-round mock draft - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
The Buffalo Bills, picking TENTH, take USC OT Matt Kalil.

Plenty of offensive talent should be available in '12 draft - NFL - -
Take a look at some QBs and OTs for the 2012 NFL Draft.