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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 2/6

Fitz - The Buffalo News
"My only reaction would be, I don't really want to comment at all," Fitzpatrick said from his home in Arizona. "I don't think injuries had any effect on the way I played this year, at any point. I don't want to get into it. It didn't affect my performance at all."

Source: Lindell's Deal Worth $11 Mill For 4 Years - WGR 550
"According to a league source, Lindell's new deal is for four-years and worth a total of $11 million. That's an average salary of $2.75 million per season."

Addressing the pass rush -
"I think everything would look better if we had some pressure on the passer," said Bills GM Buddy Nix. "If you can’t disrupt passers in the NFL and make them get out of rhythm and make the move any of them, they’ll wear you out. We had some rookie (quarterbacks we faced) that looked like Dan Marino and we let them look like that way because we let them stand there. You’ve got to disrupt the quarterback."

Inside The Bills | A milestone Super Bowl
"Bills VP of Communications Scott Berchtold is working his 25th Super Bowl and 5th in his current capacity of overseeing the Public Relations efforts on behalf of the league at the media center."

Inside The Bills | Pro Bowl could be scrapped
"That according to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell himself in an interview with Mike and Mike in the Morning on ESPN Radio. Goodell said he has broached the subject with NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith."

Perry Fewell - The Buffalo News
"It's unreal," he said of the win. "I'm speechless. I thought our guys really played hard. They were into the football game. We wanted to have a four-man rush and get after Tom (Brady), and I just thought we did a nice job today."

NFL: How the Giants, Jets, Patriots and all other teams look next season |
"So much promise, only to see another subpar finish in Buffalo. But the Bills have a number of key pieces to make a serious run in the division. Re-signing breakout WR Stevie Johnson will be key to keeping things settled for QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. It’s almost a perfect scenario for the Bills, who will get a chance to add a key piece in the draft with a top-10 pick."