FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS | Four Downs: AFC East
"No, what's troublesome is the trickle-down effect of the Williams-McKelvin move: that the Bills appear to be entering next season with Justin Rogers, Ron Brooks, and Crezdon Butler as additional corners on passing downs."
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Bills Should Make It Manuel's Job To Lose
Howard Simon: "Doug Marrone wants to have a competition for the job of starting quarterback. I completely understand that but I totally disagree with it. It should be EJ Manuel's job to lose."
Rookie Minicamp Practice Notes - Day 3 - BuffaloBills.com
Taking a closer look at the defensive backs as the camp comes to a close.
Bills Roundup: Sunday Minicamp Highlights - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Check out the highlights from day three of the Bills rookie minicamp, plus hear from Kiko Alonso, Duke Williams, Brandon Kaufman and Jumal Rolle."
Bills rookie LB Pough talks a big game - Sports - The Buffalo News
Keith Pough feels like he belongs in the NFL, and has a chip on his shoulder as he tries to prove it.
Brandon Kaufman: The Buffalo Bills’ New Version of David Nelson? | Buffalo Bills Draft
"If you can brave the bright red turf of Eastern Washington University and watch Kaufman’s film, you might see the Buffalo Bills have potentially found another David Nelson. Let’s take a look at Kaufman, an early favorite among undrafted free agents to make the Bills’ 53-man roster."
Predicting Buffalo Bills Breakout Players of 2013: Mario Williams | Bills Mafia -- #BillsMafia
"While Mario Williams is a pass rusher first-and-foremost, his versatility, size and athleticism will allow him to play multiple roles in a hybrid defense, in a scheme where offenses will have to account for more than just him."
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS | Broken Tackles 2012: Defense
"When it comes to defenses that didn't have many broken tackles, the surprise might be Buffalo, with the lowest broken tackle rate in the league. As seen above, there are two Bills linebackers and two Bills defensive backs on the lists of the lowest broken tackle rates."