Inside The Bills | Why Pepper Johnson left the Pats to come to Buffalo
"I’m growing," Johnson said. "I’m a very ambitious person. I started off coaching and I moved around a little bit while I was there with New England, starting off with the linebackers,…then I graduated to coaching inside linebackers and took the linebackers over, and then eventually the defensive line. I went back to linebackers last year."
Bills draft board rounding into form - BuffaloBills.com
"The Bills college scouting department has made its way to Buffalo to apply their volumes of player reports into constructing the team's draft board."
Power Rankings: Seahawks rule after Super romp; Broncos drop - NFL.com
"Buffalo should be in an excellent salary-cap situation, meaning it can fill several small holes at linebacker, on the offensive line and in the secondary, and figure out what to do with Jairus Byrd. Coach Doug Marrone has so much young talent; it will be up to his staff to develop it. Drafting another 'backer would be pleasant, too."
Judge dismissed suit by ex-Bills employee claiming age discrimination - City & Region - The Buffalo News
"In dismissing a suit by Dave Hojnowski, the Bills’ former equipment manager, Chief U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny said Hojnowski’s contract with the team requires that his legal dispute be handled in arbitration."
‘Duby’ happy to see Reed in Hall of Fame - Sports - The Buffalo News
"Dubenion was a scout for the Bills for the better part of 20 years after his career ended in 1968. He visited Kutztown University in 1984 to watch Reed."
XFINITY Couch: Buffalo Bills linebacker Kiko Alonso - NFL Videos
"01:26 – Buffalo Bills linebacker Kiko Alonso joins Jenn Brown on the Xfinity couch to talk about the events surrounding Super Bowl XLVIII and Saturday nights NFL Honors show."
Reasons For Optimism: Russ Brandon's Title Change Was Not Cosmetic - Bills Mafia -- #BillsMafia
"How do we know that there has truly been a passing of the torch? Look no further than how differently this team approached hiring talented coaches to replace Chan Gailey and his staff."
Stevie Johnson: The Two-Faced Joker - Bills Mafia -- #BillsMafia
"Regardless of perspective, Johnson is best as a role player. A shifty receiver with a different profile than a classic speedster shouldn’t be the top option, even if wide-outs are no longer ranked in a caste system as in less enlightened times."