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INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 03:  Professional football player Kirk Morrison 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 Kirk Morrison 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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LB Morrison pleased to earn 2nd chance with Bills - Yahoo! Sports
"Morrison will earn more than $2 million a season should he meet incentive clauses included in the contract, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press on Friday. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team did not divulge the terms in announcing the deal."

Bills Showing Interest In Re-signing Bryan Scott - WGR 550
"The Bills are said to have engaged in recent contract talks regarding safety Bryan Scott, according to his agent Eddie Johnson when speaking with WGR Friday. Johnson, of Eastern Athletic Sports, described the interest as mutual and will continue to work with the Bills as March 13 approaches."

TE Chandler jumps at chance to re-sign with Bills - Yahoo! Sports
"I can’t see anywhere else in the league where I fit better than Buffalo," Chandler said. "I know the offense. I know the coaching staff. I know the players. It’s a great fit for me. I think it’s a great fit for the Bills. And I’m excited to be back."

Bills retain veteran linebacker -
"It feels great to get the deal done early," Morrison said. "Last year was a transition year for me coming in late in training camp. It felt like I was fighting an uphill battle all season long to get on the field. The great thing about it was Chan Gailey and Dave Wannstedt saw the talent and what I could bring to this football team as far as my talent and my leadership"

Inside The Bills | LB competition
"Nothing is given to you in this league, at all. In the NFL, everything is up to you go out to earn it and work for it, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. To go out there, compete for it and may the best man win, whoever it is. I’m comfortable with whatever decision is made, but I’m gonna give it my all, give everything into it, hopefully I’ll be the one come the first game that’s in the starting lineup."

OLB spot secured; Bills ink Morrison - The Buffalo News
"Morrison, 6-foot-2 and 247 pounds, has the size to handle the position on the edge of the front seven, and he has 95 starts in his seven-year career. He was signed by the Bills last August as insurance in the 3-4 defense behind inside linebacker Nick Barnett and outside linebacker Chris Kelsay."

Bills Re-sign LB Kirk Morrison - WGR 550
"Morrison joined the team in training camp of 2011 after signing a one-year deal. He played in 14 games with the Bills, registering a total of seven tackles for the team. Before Buffalo, Morrison was a starting linebacker for six straight seasons when he had stints with Oakland and Jacksonville."

Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 3-9
"Should the Bills take a wide receiver?", the new role of Alex Carrington, selecting a quarterback in the draft, evaluating Alshon Jeffery, and Brad Smith's role in 2012.

How much do division rivals affect personnel decisions? -
"I think if you start basing your improvement on other people you get in trouble," said Bills head coach Chan Gailey. "I think we’ve got to do what we think is best to get our team competitive and to a championship caliber. Does it play into it that we understand we’ve got to have a defensive back that can match up and play the run and pass with those tight ends at New England? Sure it does."

Bills Focus: 2012 Free Agency Preview -
Who are the hot players heading into free agency, and what positions might the Bills address?

Fantasy Football 1-on-1 with Stevie Johnson -
Stevie Johnson talks fantasy football and more with the NFL Network.

NFL Video - NFL - FOX Sports on MSN
"Stevie Johnson sits down with Laura Okmin and some very young critics of his celebrations."

Possible Bills Targets: DE Jeremy Mincey - WGR 550
"Let's make a case for, and against Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Jeremy Mincey."

Scouting offensive tackle Riley Reiff - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Scouts Inc. graded Reiff a 94, which is No. 10 among NFL prospects. Should the Bills, Jets or Dolphins show interest?"

2012 Stampede Blue Community Mock Draft, The Buffalo Bills Select... - Stampede Blue
Courtney Upshaw.

Lookin' for Love: Offensive Line - Pats Pulpit
"Demetrius Bell. In an absolutely porous Bills offensive line, Bell proved to be the lone bright spot. After he went down halfway through the season, Ryan Fitzpatrick started getting lit up on a regular basis."

2012 Dawgs By Nature Mock Draft, the Buffalo Bills Select... - Dawgs By Nature
Melvin Ingram.

Interview: Buffalo Bills DT Marcell Dareus, Pt. 1 | Shutdown Corner
"In Part 1 of this two-part interview, Marcell discusses life on and off the field in the NFL, and what it means to be a leader among veterans."

Erie County Picks Firm for Bills Lease Talks |
"County Executive Mark Poloncarz has selected Nixon Peabody, LLC to serve as outside counsel. The firm is well versed on stadium negotiations and has worked with 10 NFL teams."

Christian Laettner could owe as much as $30 million to sports stars - Yahoo! Sports
"What they have done isn't honest - I feel cheated," said Shawne Merriman, the three-time All-Pro Buffalo Bills linebacker who had lent money to the real-estate ventures of Laettner and Davis, which operated under a multitude of names. In January 2011, a federal court judge in Maryland ordered Laettner and Davis to pay Merriman $3.7 million.

Poinsett County Democrat Tribune: Weiner gets visit from NFL star (03/09/12)
"Buffalo Bills strong safety and former Arkansas Razorback standout George Wilson made a stop in Weiner on Monday as a reward for the Weiner School's participation in the NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 Back To School, Back To Football Challenge."

County picks law firm to negotiate stadium lease - The Buffalo News
"Formal talks have not yet begun, and county officials have said they are waiting for an architectural firm hired by the Bills to complete a study of stadium needs." news: Bills wideout Johnson likes to mix his 'biz' with fun
"Handle biz for me is putting in that work on the field all throughout the week," Johnson said during a sitdown with "When I make a play and get a touchdown, I just handled some biz, and now I'm going to have fun."