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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 7/5

Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

Sid Hartman: New U president values athletics |
"Once the NFL lockout ends, look for the Buffalo Bills to make a strong bid to sign former Gophers quarterback Adam Weber. As long as the lockout is in place, undrafted college players can't sign with NFL teams."

Alumni supporting Wounded Warrior athletic pursuits -
"They’ve supported a countless number of causes over the years, but the Bills Alumni Association found a very meaningful one for them a few years ago. In 2011 they made Wounded Warriors, through a local chapter of Disabled Sports USA, their major recipient of funds raised."

Salute To Military Bills Fans -
Bills fans from throughout the military share their photos for Independence Day.

Inside The Bills | Bills alumni also career helpers
"Our funds will not only support the athletic pursuits, but more generally some scholarships because there are guys that are coming back from the wars and they want to better themselves with a college education to get jobs in society," said Alumni President Booker Edgerson.

Mike McGuire fills in for Peter King on Monday Morning Quarterback -
"With Peter King on his summer vacation, Army First Sergeant Mike McGuire took time away from serving in Afghanistan to write today's Monday Morning Quarterback column. Peter met Mike at a St. Louis Cardinals game in 2005 and the two have been keeping in touch in MMQB columns ever since." He mentions Super Bowl XXV so there's a Bills connection. Read it anyways.

Dove's 2012 NFL Draft Rankings: Quarterback - Mocking The Draft
"This year's quarterback class promises to cause a lot of buzz. There could be as many as 4 quarterback selected in the 1st round with others in consideration for the early 2nd. Of course, the success or failure of the 2011 quarterback class could impact the status of 2012's class. The cream of the crop is Stanford's Andrew Luck who if he enters the draft will be the #1 overall selection."