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Bills O-line interior stabilized -
"It definitely counts for something," Urbik told "Chad started 12 games and I started 13 and we’ve got Eric (Wood) and Andy (Levitre) back so we definitely have a lot of experience in the middle. It’s going to help us out a lot jelling together as an O-line whether it’s Chris (Hairston) or Cordy (Glenn) at left tackle starting this year."

Bills expected to continue Toronto series for five more years - The Buffalo News
"Southern Ontario has crept past Rochester in the Bills' regionalization effort, accounting for a bit more than 15 percent of the fans at games in Orchard Park."

Twitter / cookiegilchrst
"Just finalized details on documentary about Cookie Gilchrist and his life on and off the field. Filming to start immediately."

Mario Williams chooses jersey number -
"Williams told that 94 had been a number he was eyeing from the time he signed knowing that 90 was probably off the table. The defensive end doesn’t think his new number will feel weird on him."

Bills Focus: Brooks Stepping Out of the Shadows -
"After playing behind talented cornerbacks at LSU, Bills fourth round pick Ron Brooks has been given an opportunity to make a name for himself in Buffalo."

Inside The Bills | Mario didn’t have much of a choice
"Most of the jersey numbers in the 90’s were already occupied by veteran players, and after talking to Williams Tuesday he wasn’t going to entertain wearing a number in the 70′s or 60′s or 50′s, which is also permissible. After Mark Anderson chose number 93 a couple of weeks ago, 94 was the only available number left in the 90’s."

Inside The Bills | Bills get go ahead on Toronto Series
"The International Committee’s decision to approve the continuation of our games in Toronto is a crucial step in our ongoing efforts to regionalize our franchise. As we have stated on many occasions, the regionalization process remains vital to keeping our franchise strong in Western New York. We are continuing our discussions with Rogers Communications on a new deal and remain optimistic that we can come to an agreement in the near future."

Inside The Bills | Wood hopes unit sticks long term
"We’d like to keep that group together as long as we can," Wood told "Hopefully in the future we can sign them to longer terms deals, but we’re happy they brought them back."

Inside The Bills | The end gain from ’11 injuries
"It’s a little easier with the amount of snaps that me and Andy (Levitre) were getting at center last year," said Kraig Urbik. "In training camp I’ll get a lot of reps at center too. It was just unfortunate. We couldn’t help the injuries. It wasn’t like we were running and got hurt. Guys fell on your legs and stuff like that. It was unfortunate, but part of the game."

Inside The Bills | Bills OTA schedule
"Here’s the Bills OTA practice schedule, which begins on Tuesday next week."

Super Mario will wear No. 94 with Bills - The Buffalo News
"Defensive end Kyle Moore, a three-year NFL veteran, wore No. 94 for the Bills over the last seven weeks of last season. He was added to the team in November off Detroit's practice squad. Moore is now No. 54 for the Bills."

A dozen NFL players tell Outsports they would support a gay teammate – Outsports
Buffalo Bills wide receiver T.J. Graham: "You can’t discriminate. It’s just like black, white, same thing. You wouldn’t discriminate against my race, just like I wouldn’t discriminate against your sexuality."

Bills WR David Clowney tweets his HIV results to the world - USA Today
"Thanks for the update, D.C. How about let's just focus on catching passes moving forward, and keep the other business under your helmet?"

NFL Videos: Most intriguing storyline in AFC East
"02:02 – Other than Tebowmania, "NFL Total Access" takes a look at the intriguing storylines in the AFC East including Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins." The Bills' re-shaped defensive line gets put under the microscope. - AFC East players in the crosshairs
Mario Williams is in the crosshairs. "The sometimes spotlight-shy Williams is a tremendous player, and he should be fully healed from a torn pectoral muscle he suffered with the Texans in Week Five last season. But can he handle the intense scrutiny, help an entire defense jell and return to form as a blocking-scheme-wrecking menace? Tall order indeed."

Comparing Cordy Glenn to Marcus McNeill - Buffalowdown
Chris Trapasso compares Cordy Glenn to Marcus McNeill, noting that McNeill's injury history is their major difference. Let's hope.

Where Are We? #5 Competition With The Bills. - Bull Run
"Would the Bulls benefit from the Bills Relocation?"