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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 2/15

Top 10 Performances: David Nelson vs. Oakland -
His last-second catch won the game, but David Nelson had a great day overall against the Raiders, says Chan Gailey.

Walker's Fab 40: Nos. 25-28 - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Eric Wood is 27th and Marcell Dareus 25th on James Walker's list. Curiously, Matt Moore is between them.

Walker's Fab 40: Nos. 29-32 - AFC East Blog - ESPN
C.J. Spiller is 32nd and Ryan Fitzpatrick is 29th on the list of best players in the AFC East.

Firms Line Up for Buffalo Bills Stadium Lease Negotiations -
"Poloncarz said in a statement that the review committee is looking for the best legal team possible that can negotiate a fair deal for taxpayers, but also emphasized the importance of hanging on to the team. 'Keeping the Bills here in Buffalo is not only important for our economy but also critical to the framework of our community,' he said."

Alouettes Sign Scott Flory - OurSports Central
"The Alouettes announced the signing of 28-year-old import defensive end Copeland Bryan to a two-year deal with the club. Copeland racked up 21 tackles and two sacks during three seasons in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills and Detroit Lions."

2012 NFL Draft Preview: Buffalo Bills First Round - Hornell Evening Tribune
"The Bills pick at #10, and these are the three guys, in order of importance, that I think they should be looking at. If one of them is there when the Bills select they absolutely have to take him. Why? Because it makes the defensive line immediately dangerous and will ultimately improve the whole unit:"

Buffalo Bills 2012 NFL Draft Positional Needs - NFL Mocks
"The only position the Bills don’t have to upgrade is DT for next year with Dareus and Williams dominating the middle. That’s a great start, now come on Nix let’s add some more."

Buffalo Bills Cap-onomics (Free Agent Edition) - BuffaLowDown
It is now one month until teams can begin signing new free agents, and it cannot come soon enough for the Buffalo Bills. But how much will they actually have to spend?