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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 6/10

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Still Talkin TV - Murphy’s Departure from Channel 4 Delayed
"In one of the media’s worst-kept secrets, the radio voice of the Buffalo Bills is leaving the CBS affiliate to work full-time for the National Football League team. His new nightly WGR radio show was expected to premiere around mid-July but his delay in leaving Channel 4 could move that date. In addition to his radio show, Murphy is expected to do lengthy video features for the Buffalo Bills website."

This Birthday in Buffalo Sports History: Kyle Williams - The Buffalo News
"(Born June 10, 1983) -- The Buffalo Bills haven't had a ton of success with their draft picks in recent years. At least they hit the bulls'-eye with their fifth round choice in fifth round in 2006."

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
"Former Eagles and Bills front office boss Tom Modrak is back in the game as director of Blesto. Modrak, long known for his keen eye and sharp opinions, will help take the scouting service to another level."

Worst Free Agency Busts In Jaguars History - Big Cat Country
"A look at the five worst free agency busts in the history of the Jacksonville Jaguars franchise." Bryce Paup left the Bills in the '90s to become No. 5 on the list, while Drayton Florence was okay for the Bills after becoming the No. 2player on the Jags' list.

NFL Videos: NFL in the community
"00:49 – Members of the Jaguars, Vikings and Bills bring smiles to the youth and give back to their local communities."

Three and out: Green-Ellis to share work -
"On the rise: Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller could steal touches from Fred Jackson this season. Bills GM Buddy Nix believes Spiller is a 'workhorse' back and coach Chan Gailey has seen his confidence level 'through the roof.'"

Bills LB Sheppard poised for breakout season -
"While the additions on the defensive line have been the talk of the off-season, the Buffalo Bills can't stop raving about Kelvin Sheppard. The Bills, who have been looking for a long-term answer at the middle linebacker position since London Fletcher left town in 2007, have high hopes after the second-year linebacker made a strong impression during Organized Team Activities."

No Animosity Between Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller - BuffaLowDown
"It seems like a small thing, but if Jackson had decided to be a jerk to this rookie trying to take his job, or if C.J. Spiller had come in with an arrogant attiutude, it really could have a negative impact on the locker room. This is the type of thing that divides a team. Instead, the Bills have one of the league’s better locker rooms."