WGR 550 - Tannehill And Buffalo: Does It Make Sense?
"While you can definitely make a compelling case for Tannehill being drafted by the Buffalo Bills, all in all it just would not add up considering the actions they've taken this off-season. The Bills think they're close. There's no other reason they would go out and get the biggest free agent signing of their franchise's history and make him the highest paid defensive player in NFL history in the process. "
King says Tannehill to visit - The Buffalo News
"What is concerning, according to Gruden, is Tannehill's lack of experience. He started only 19 games after switching to quarterback from receiver, as Gruden alluded to. He also went just 1-5 against ranked teams this past season."
Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 4-13
Chris Brown answers questions about trading up for Ryan Tannehill, adding Lee Evans or a receiver in the draft, Stephen Hill, using their number ten pick on Luke Kuechly, and future contracts for soon-to-be free agents.
Inside The Bills | Tickets still moving
"In two days, 48 hours after signing Mario, we sold over 1,400 new season tickets." said CEO Russ Brandon. "When you look at it in totality where we sit today, we’ve sold close to 5,000 new season’s already and our renewal rate right now is at 82% which is very early and that’s much improved from where we were a year ago."
Mock Draft Watch 8.0 - BuffaloBills.com
Offensive tackles rule the day with Riley Reiff being the most-selected of the roundup.
2012 NFL Draft: Tight End Preview - BuffaloBills.com
Taking a closer look at the top five tight ends in the draft.
Tannehill next to visit Bills - The Buffalo News
"Tannehill's a converted wide receiver who started just 19 games at quarterback for the Aggies, but has made a steady rise up draft boards because of a strong arm and good athletic ability."
Video: Who is this year's Lions? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"The On The Clock roundtable looks at the teams that are on the cusp of turning it around and putting together a solid winning season." Chris Mortensen leads it off with the Bills.
Former Texan Mario Williams posts photo of gun, silencer on Twitter - Houston Chronicle
"Williams posted a photo on his Twitter account early Friday morning of a gun with a silencer attached, along with the message "Shhhh gnight world." Silencers are legal in Texas but not in New York, where Williams will spend much of the year after signing a six-year free-agent deal potentially worth $100 million with the Buffalo Bills in March. Williams said on Twitter today that he was in Houston."
Examining the Bills: Summing Up and Catching Up - Buffalo Rising
"As a result, I wanted to repost the links to my series "Examining the Bills", while also addressing the dramatic off-season moves Buffalo has made leading up to the Draft. Things have changed in the Queen City, so let's try and get you folks updated."
2012 NFL Draft: Ryan Tannehill To Visit Buffalo Bills - Buffalo Rumblings
"Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill will make a pre-draft visit with the Buffalo Bills, reports SI's Peter King."