Can Rookie LB Nigel Bradham Lead a Defensive Resurgence? | National Football Authority
"The 6’3" and 240-pound linebacker received numerous honors and accolades while in college, and hopes to use his 4.6 40-yard dash speed to make an impact on the Buffalo defense. For a unit that was thrashed to the tune of 139 yards rushing per game, his presence along with fellow rookie Tank Carder from TCU could help turn around the team’s defense."
Our new Buffalo Bills blog kicks off today - Press Coverage - The Buffalo News
Tim Graham returns to the Bills beat with the new blog at The Buffalo News. Glad to have you back, Tim.
"Eleven NFL Hall of Fame players visited on Sunday as part of the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Hall of Fame Classic weekend. Among them was retired Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas. First involved with the RMHC in his home state of Texas, Thomas wanted to contribute once again, knowing what the RMHC provides to the sick children and their families."
Scott Pitoniak: Remembering a former Buffalo Bill who gave his life for his country
I missed this article on Bob Kalsu on Memorial Day, but while searching for today's Web Rumblings I came across it. Check it out.
Do or die: Five Bills' players who need to step up | Buffalo Wins
"So when I think about this upcoming season, there are five guys who make my "Make it or break it" list. So here are, in my opinion, the five people who need to step up or be shipped out (I guess?) for the Buffalo Bills to snap the streak:"
#22: What if the Bills didn't cut Drew Bledsoe? | Buffalo Wins
"The 2005 Bills season was a putrid display of football, especially on the offensive side of the ball. The Bills went from 7th in scoring under Bledsoe to 24th under Losman/Holcomb. The Bills were ranked 29th in passing and Losman was benched twice in favor of Holcomb."
Will this finally be the year? | Legends Energy Group
Will the defensive additions get Buffalo back into the playoffs?
Measuring Sound in What? - Buffalo Rumblings
"I have to admit, I'm a bit mystified by the Buffalo Bills' 2012 marketing campaign. For those who haven't seen, heard, or otherwise had the pleasure to experience the team's version of the hype for the upcoming season, the slogan is: "We don't measure sound in decibels, we measure it in touchdowns! Lead the charge!""
Cloud 9, Leadership, and the Buffalo Bills 2012 Campaign: Something Special Going On - Buffalo Rumblings
"When I listen to Nix, Chan, Stevie, Freddie, Fitz, Nick, Kyle, Mario, The Senator, CJ and others, I realize that not only are these guys really smart, and not only do they really like being in Buffalo with the Bills, but they really love being around each other. There are still some boring interviews, since not all the players get beyond the cliches of the sport. But many of the players, especially the veteran leaders, show something much deeper is happening inside the locker room."