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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 2/4

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 03:  Professional football player Marcell Dareus attends ESPN The Magazine's "NEXT" Event on February 3, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images for ESPN)
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 03: Professional football player Marcell Dareus attends ESPN The Magazine's "NEXT" Event on February 3, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images for ESPN)
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Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 2-3
Chris Brown answers questions on going after wide receivers in the draft, the turf causing Bills injuries, switching to a 4-3 after two years of drafting for the 3-4, and potential draft picks from trades and the loss of Paul Posluszny.

Radio Row Video: Marcell Dareus | Shutdown Corner
"In this exclusive interview for Yahoo! Sports, Buffalo Bills standout defensive tackle Marcell Dareus gives us the inside take on first year in the NFL, gives us the scoop on his impressive versatility across the defensive line, talks about his New Era Bills hat, dispenses wisdom to Tom Brady about the hotels in Buffalo, praises teammate Kyle Williams for showing him the ropes, waxes eloquent about head coach Chan Gailey, and says that if Nick Saban ever wants to coach again in the NFL, he's going to have to lighten up a little bit."

Source: Bills, Lindell Agree On New Contract - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Joe Buscaglia first reported the Lindell extension.

Bills, Lindell agree to new deal - The Buffalo News
"Buffalo Bills kicker Rian Lindell has come to terms on a new contract, according to a source. The length of the deal is unknown but a source said Lindell will be paid approximately $3 million a year."

Inside The Bills | Stevie still has Bills at top of list
"But at the end of the day I’m going to keep my options open with anybody. I still have nothing but love for Buffalo and I’m hoping we can connect on something."

Inside The Bills | Nelson: Buffalo needs Super Bowls
"Bills WR David Nelson said he and his teammates talk all the time about being the group to not only get the club back to the Super Bowl, but win one for the first time."

Inside The Bills | Former Bill tops George in cook-off
"Takeo Spikes’ lambchop with roast apples won out over Wilson’s Stuffed chicken with sweet potatoes and steamed vegetables. Josh Cribbs made a filet mignon with crab, but was a distant third. Wilson tried to challenge the ruling throwing a red flag, but Spikes was declared the winner."

Inside The Bills | Reed HOF voting history
"Here’s the rundown on how the voting has gone each of the past five years that Bills Wall of Famer Andre Reed has been a finalist for Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement. Reed is a finalist for a sixth time this year with perhaps his best chance of making the final cut Saturday."

Reed to find out today if this is his year - The Buffalo News
Hall voter Mark Gaughan previews the Hall of Fame selection.

Chef George Wilson - WGR 550
That dinner from George Wilson looks tasty.

Retired players take on the NFL head-on - The Buffalo News
Former Bills linebacker Henry Jacobs is having problems with his memory, depression, and other ailments. He's the most recent in a long line of former Bills.

Goodell sacks any chance in near future for Hogtown NFL franchise | Toronto Sun
"Much later in the news conference, Goodell was positive and encouraging about expanding the game into international markets such as Mexico and Brazil but the word Canada never popped out of his mouth."

Kelly: NFL’s global dream doesn’t include Toronto -
The Toronto writer writes that Goodell is "representin' the 716, ya'll"... um... OK.

Goodell open about ideas on expansion - National Post
"When asked about the Bills in Toronto series, meanwhile, Goodell said he expected the deal between the Bills and Rogers Communications to be extended, and left any potential future team in Toronto - a longtime dream that has never quite materialized - unaddressed."

Andre Reed has best chance at being selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame -
"A lot of people are saying this is the year," said Joyce Reed-Ebling, Andre's mother. "I talked to him earlier this week and I know he's excited. He's calm on the outside, but he's excited. He has said he wants this most of all for his family."

Former Chadron State receiver Beebe recalls Super Bowl glory - Lincoln Journal Star
"I was thinking to myself as I was running, 'How in the world am I going to tackle this guy? I'm not going to bring him down,'" Beebe said in a phone interview this week. "I was literally going to jump on his back. Now, that would have been funny. But he made my job easy by sticking the ball out."