Headaches for opposing offenses? - BuffaloBills.com
"There were times in 2010 that Kyle Williams made himself a big problem for opposing offenses. So much so that he garnered enough Pro Bowl votes to be a first alternate for the AFC and ultimately went to play in the 2011 NFL all-star game in Honolulu. Still offensive coordinators know how to scheme disruptive opponents and neutralize them. That task for Buffalo’s opponents became a whole lot tougher however, with the Bills adding top pick Marcell Dareus to the defensive front."
Bills' Overdorf girds for signing frenzy - The Buffalo News
"Buffalo Bills Senior Vice President of Football Administration Jim Overdorf soon will be the busiest man at One Bills Drive. Overdorf is the Bills' chief negotiator of player contracts, and he will be managing a jam-packed, bargaining to-do list for the team as soon as a new labor agreement goes into affect in the NFL."
NFL lockout has top draft pick tackling weeds - CNN.com
"Had this been any other year in the National Football League, rookie Marcell Dareus would probably have been a multimillionaire by now." Check out Dareus on his John Deere.....
Bills worst moments since ’87 strike | ProFootballTalk
"Florio welcomed in new PFT Bills correspondent Luke Russert, who broke down the worst five moments for the Bills since 1987 far better than we could have. (And he included some surprises.)"
Russert nails 'worsts' - The Buffalo News
Mark Gaughan likes Luke Russert's list.
On the Clock: Leodis McKelvin - Mocking The Draft
Is Leodis McKelvin approaching bust status?
NFL's best: Ngata and the top 10 defensive tackles of 2011 - USATODAY.com
Kyle Williams makes the top ten. For the record, Eric Wood shut down the number two DT on the list when the Lions came to town.
Bills players await end of lockout | WIVB.com
"And in preparation for training camp, a handful of Buffalo Bills players held their own passing camp in Orchard Park Wednesday."
This Day in Buffalo Sports History: A tragic anniversary - The Buffalo News
"July 21, 1970 -- It's one of the saddest days in Buffalo Bills' history, as offensive lineman Bob Kalsu dies when he is hit by mortar fire in Vietnam's Ashua Valley."