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Bills Links, 4/10: Former TE Mark Campbell recovering from COVID-19

The Hauschkas also give back to WNY hospital workers and why signing Cam Newton makes sense

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On a Friday edition of the Buffalo Bills daily links, we tell the tale of how former Bills tight end Mark Campbell is faring in his efforts to recover from COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. Campbell was hospitalized for five days, but is back home and under self quarantine for another week. We also learn how kicker Stephen Hauschka and his wife, Lindsey, are stepping up to support Western New York hospital workers during the coronavirus, explore the reasons why it makes sense to sign Cam Newton to backup Josh Allen, identify potential running back and cornerback targets in the NFL Draft, and discuss why T.J. Yeldon is a perfectly fine RB2.

Campbell: Fighting COVID-19 is a surreal, lonely experience | WGR 550 SportsRadio
Former Buffalo Bills tight end Mark Campbell joined Howard Simon and Jeremy White on Thursday to talk about his personal fight against the coronavirus.

Bills kicker Stephen Hauschka and wife get creative to help WNY hospital workers – The Buffalo News
Stephen Hauschka and his wife are 2,500 miles away from Buffalo in their offseason California home but came up with a creative way this week to give back to WNY.

Bills Today | What have we learned from Buffalo’s moves this offseason -
How much better are the Bills after the flurry of moves?

Do not be afraid of Cam Newton | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The Buffalo Bills should take a hard look at signing free agent Cam Newton as their backup quarterback.

Introducing the Top 10 Bills one-hit wonders of the last 20 years – The Athletic
Over two decades of much disappointment, it’s no surprise the Bills have their fair share of tantalizing players who never panned out. (Subscription required).

NFL Draft 2020: 10 realistic targets for Buffalo Bills in 4th round -
The Bills hold the No. 128 pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft.

NFL draft preview: Teams covet versatile safeties – The Buffalo News
There may only be one safety drafted in the first round this year, and there have been deeper safety classes in the past decade. But should Buffalo draft a safety, the class has talent.

Stefon Diggs gets first bobblehead as member of Bills – The Buffalo News
Stefon Diggs has what the manufacturer says is his first officially licensed bobblehead as a member of the Buffalo Bills.

Stefon Diggs Welcome Series Buffalo Bills bobblehead available -
Diggs has also had a burger named after him since joining the Bills.

Burger joint honors Bills WR Stefon Diggs with 4-patty creation -
Stefon Diggs has joined the ranks of Bills players with food items named after them. Stack Burger introduced its “craziest creation yet” on Facebook last week, a four-patty burger named “Can you DIGGS it?”

Catching Up With GM Brandon Beane -
There's a lot to discuss with Buffalo's general manager, including ways to support the WNY COVID-19 relief efforts.

Eric Ciano named the NFL's strength and conditioning coach of the year -
The 11-year NFL strength coach was voted the head strength coach of the year by The Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.

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Opinion: T.J. Yeldon will be a fine RB2 for Buffalo Bills - Buffalo Rumblings
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