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Jerry Hughes: Defensive Goal is to Win (8:00 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Jerry Hughes returned to One Bills Drive and joined The John Murphy Show to discuss his breakout season last year and the new defensive scheme under Jim Schwartz.

Wednesday morning one-liners (6:41 AM)
Pro Football Talk - Michael David Smith: The Bills have settled a class-action lawsuit brought by fans who said the team inundated them with text messages; the team will give the fans vouchers to buy items at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Said Dolphins coach Joe Philbin of starting offseason work, “It’s kind of like the first day of school. Everybody loves seeing their…

Draft Profile: OT Richardson anything but 'Tiny' (3:45 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: He's 6-foot-6 and 336 pounds, but that hasn’t stopped his teammates from giving him a nickname that has stuck with him since high school.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Doug Marrone confirms he had cancerous mole removed, won't prevent him from coaching (11:51 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Bills' site initially published article on Marrone having cancer, then removed it before issuing a statement

Bills' Marrone had cancerous mole removed (11:48 PM)
ESPN.Com - Associated Press: Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone says he has had a cancerous mole removed following a recent doctor's visit, and adds it will not have any effect on his ability to continue coaching.

Bills coach Marrone had cancerous mole removed (11:37 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone said Tuesday night he had a cancerous mole removed, and added it will not have any effect on him doing his job. Marrone said the cancerous mole was discovered during a recent visit to the doctor. ''That's basically the end of the story,'' Marrone said. A former NFL offensive lineman, Marrone spent the previous five seasons turning around a struggling Syracuse program.

Doug Marrone had cancerous mole removed from skin (11:21 PM)
NFL.Com - Hanzus, Dan: Bills coach Doug Marrone has undergone medical treatment to remove a cancerous mole on his skin. The second-year coach detailed his situation in a statement released through the team late Tuesday.

Doug Marrone recently had cancerous mole removed (11:12 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Mike Florio: Bills coach Doug Marrone has disclosed that he recently had a cancerous mole removed from his skin. “During a recent doctor’s visit, it was discovered that I had a cancerous mole on my skin, which has since been removed,” Marrone said in a statement posted on the team’s website. “The only follow up required is…

Bills release statement from Doug Marrone (11:10 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Head coach Doug Marrone released a statement through the team on Wednesday.

EJ Manuel: "You can Feel the Energy" (11:00 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Bills quarterback EJ Manuel in-studio on The John Murphy Show to talk about his return for offseason workouts, his health, and his organized workouts in Florida and California.

Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone has cancerous mole on skin removed, says he's fine (10:46 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone had a cancerous mole removed from his skin but said he's fine, ABC affiliate WKBW first reported. For a short time Tuesday, the Buffalo Bills website had a story with the headline, "Coach Marrone announces he has cancer," referring to head coach Doug Marrone. Then the story, which was obviously unfinished and left space for the writer to add a quote from Marrone and the specific cancer, was deleted. That led to a lot of speculation. WKBW sports director Jeff Russo had the news. #Bills HC Doug Marrone had a cancerous mole on his skin found during a recent doctors visit. — Jeff Russo (@JeffRussoWKBW) April 23, 2014   Statement from Doug Marrone "The recent extraction procedure will have no effect on my ability to coach the team moving forward." #Bills — Jeff Russo (@JeffRussoWKBW) April 23, 2014 Here's the full statement from Marrone, via the Bills public relations staff: "During a recent doctor's visit, it was discovered that I had a cancerous mole on my skin, which has since been removed. The only follow up required is to have my moles checked every 3 months and that basically is the end of the story. The recent extraction procedure will have no effect on my ability to coach the team moving forward." Hopefully, as Marrone said, this is the end of the story and he has no further issues with his health going forward. - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab

Bills website posts, then deletes, article announcing that coach Doug Marrone has cancer (10:05 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Mike Florio: In an unusual development that the team has not yet explained, the Bills website posted on Tuesday an article with the following headline:  “Coach Marrone announces he has cancer.” The article, which consisted of two sentences and then a spot for a quote from Marrone, said that the unspecific cancer is “not aggrive [sic]” and…

Manuel’s Confidence High: JMS Recap 4/22 (9:57 PM)
Buffalo Bills Blogs - johnmurphyshow:       Offseason workouts have begun at One Bills Drive. Plenty of players were on hand including quarterback EJ Manuel. Manuel is entering his second season with the team and has now experienced a full NFL offseason. During that time he rehabbed his knee and worked with QB trainer Steve Calhoun on improving his […]

The John Murphy Show April 22 (9:10 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Players return to One Bills Drive for offseason workouts. We're joined by quarterback EJ Manuel and LB/DE Jerry Hughes. Tuesday, the Bills hosted running back Jerick McKinnon from Georgia Southern. Team Color man Terry Harvin calls-in to discuss McKinnon.

Stevie: "I'm confident in the squad so far" (8:30 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Wide receiver Stevie Johnson spoke with the media about his offseason and what he thinks of the new additions to the Bills roster.

NFL roundup: Snyder insists again: No name change (7:50 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder insisted again on Tuesday that he will not change the team's name despite continuing objections by Native Americans. "We understand the issues out there, and we're not an issue," said Snyder, who was speaking at a ceremony after the Redskins donated $100,000 to Park View High School to go toward the installation of a synthetic turf field. Snyder responded to critics of his Original Americans Foundation, which is providing money and resources to tribal communities throughout the country. ---The New York Giants are preparing for life without safety Will Hill, who is reportedly facing his third suspension for a violation of the NFL's drug policies.

Top 30 prospects invited to NFL draft (7:47 PM)
Buffalo Bills Blogs - Dallas Miller: A record 30 top prospects are confirmed to attend the 2014 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall in New York, the NFL announced today. Those prospects, who are expected to be selected on Thursday or Friday night, include four quarterbacks – Blake Bortles (Central Florida), Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville), Jimmy Garoppolo (Eastern Illinois) and Johnny […]

Bills Roundup: Voluntary Workouts Begin (7:27 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Bills players returned to the facility for the first time on Tuesday as the voluntary workout programs kicked off, with EJ Manuel looking ahead to his second year in the offense, and Brandon Spikes bringing his intensity to the defense.

Spikes on social media: 'It's a free country' (6:27 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: More Deep Thoughtswith Brandon SpikesThe former Patriot met the Buffalo media this week, on hand for the start of voluntary workouts.Asked about his recent Twitter invective directed toward Patriots fans and his time in New England, Spikes said, "It's a free country. That's what Twitter is for. I use it just to interact with my fans. ... People are gonna love you. People are gonna hate you. I just know how to be myself."Spikes Twitter tweaking doesnt come with a lot of forethought, it seems. He wants a reaction and knows how to obtain one."Everybody got a theme. ...

Bills QB Manuel eager to shed rookie questions (6:12 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Raising his right leg for emphasis, Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel says both knees are fine, and his mind also feels refreshed. The next step is shedding the injuries and inconsistencies that limited the first-round draft pick's development during his rookie season last year. Manuel was sidelined three times last season because of injuries to both knees. He went 4-6 on a team that finished 6-10 and extended the NFL's longest active playoff drought to 14 seasons.

Spikes: "I'm happy and I'm ready to go to work" (6:00 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: New Bills linebacker Brandon Spikes talks about everything from coming to Buffalo to interacting with fans on Twitter.

Mike Evans, Marcus Martin, Jerick McKinnon visiting Bills today (4:50 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Texas A&M wide receiver projected as high first-round draft pick

C.J. Spiller has plenty of motivation for a big season (4:22 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Josh Alper: Bills running back C.J. Spiller wasn’t able to repeat his 2012 performance last season, dropping from six yards a carry to 4.6 while struggling to get over an ankle injury for much of the season. Given the injury, Spiller said he was still pleased with the way he performed but knows that there’s more that…

EJ Manuel: "I want to make that big jump" (4:15 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The Bills quarterback talks about the beginning of offseason workouts, working with the wide receivers in Florida and California, and having a new quarterbacks coach this season.

5 former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders sue over pay (4:10 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Five former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders are suing the team, saying they weren't paid for their time at games or mandatory public appearances that left them open to groping and sexual comments.

Doug Marrone: "It's about winning" (4:08 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The Bills head coach talks about the team getting back to work and beginning the voluntary offseason workout program.

Brandon Spikes on Honesty, Bills Like a Family (3:55 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The Bills linebacker talks about his first day of offseason workouts, his honesty on social media, and being an intense player on the field.

Mike Evans visiting Bills on Tuesday (3:40 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Josh Alper: If you’re a regular reader of this site, you’ve noticed that we have started rolling out draft previews for each of the 32 teams in the league this week. The series proceeds in the same order as the first round of the draft, which means we haven’t gotten to the Bills yet. If you’re averse to…

Bills re-sign 3 exclusive rights free agents (3:37 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: The Buffalo Bills re-signed three exclusive rights free agents, wide receiver Chris Hogan, offensive lineman Antoine McClain and fullback Frank Summers, the team announced Tuesday. The 6-foot-1, 220-pounder entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the San Francisco 49ers in 2011 and spent a portion of his rookie year on the practice squads of the Miami Dolphins and New York Giants before joining the Bills in 2012.

Doug Marrone on Voluntary Workouts (3:19 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The Bills head coach talks about the team getting back to work and beginning the voluntary offseason workout program.

Message heard: Bills settle texts suit for $3M (3:17 PM)
ESPN.Com - Darren Rovell: The Buffalo Bills will pay a heavy price -- more than $3 million -- for sending too many text messages to fans.

Bills re-sign three exclusive rights free agents (3:14 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The Bills re-signed a trio of free agents on the first day of voluntary offseason workouts.

Report: Jags' Allen retires after in-game stroke (2:56 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Former Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Russell Allen will retire after suffering a concussion and a stroke in a game last December. The Jaguars released Allen last week after his personal physician consulted with Jacksonville's medical staff before a scheduled physical. The Jaguars declined comment Tuesday, citing medical privacy laws. Report it immediately.'' In the months after Allen's initial stroke diagnosis, he saw three neurosurgeons.

EJ Manuel on Offseason Workouts (2:48 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The Bills quarterback talks about the beginning of offseason workouts, working with the wide receivers in Florida and California, and having a new quarterbacks coach this season.

Stevie Johnson on Getting Back to Work (2:42 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The Bills wide receiver talks with the media about the beginning of the offseason workouts, working with EJ Manuel, and the new additions.

Brandon Spikes is ready to back up his trash talk (2:31 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Darin Gantt: New Bills linebacker wasn’t backing down from his inflammatory comments about the Patriots, and he backed up his words by doing something he didn’t do last year. Spikes showed up for the first day of the Bills’ voluntary workouts, proud to back up his big talk about his old team. “Everybody got a theme. You…

Buffalo Jills sue Buffalo Bills (2:10 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: If Donald Trump decides to stop talking about buying the bills and start writing the check, he may eventually have to write a check, or five, to former cheerleaders who have sued the team. Like lawsuits filed by Raiders cheerleaders and Bengals cheerleaders, the five former members of the Buffalo Jills claim that the team…

Buffalo Jills sue Buffalo Bills (2:10 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Mike Florio: If Donald Trump decides to stop talking about buying the bills and start writing the check, he may eventually have to write a check, or five, to former cheerleaders who have sued the team. Like lawsuits filed by Raiders cheerleaders and Bengals cheerleaders, the five former members of the Buffalo Jills claim that the team…

Report: Russell Allen suffered stroke during late-season game (1:40 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Was released recently.

Report: Ex-Jags LB Allen had stroke in game (12:20 PM)
ESPN.Com - Michael DiRocco: Former Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Russell Allen suffered a stroke during the team's loss to the Buffalo Bills last December and is unable to play football again, according to a report by the The MMQB

Top WR Evans, C Martin, RB McKinnon visit Bills (11:50 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Texas A&M WR Mike Evans, one of the top talents in the entire class was one of three visitors at One Bills Drive Tuesday.

LB Allen, 27, retired after on-field stroke (11:46 AM)
Yahoo! Sports: It was more than a mild surprise when the Jacksonville Jaguars quietly released 27-year-old starting linebacker Russell Allen was released after five seasons. That's because, as he told Sports Illustrated, Allen's health will not allow him to continue his professional football career. Allen said he suffered a stroke on the field Dec. 15, 2013, in a Week 15 game against the Buffalo Bills.

Coach Marrone announces he has cancer (11:40 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Head Coach Doug Marrone announced today that he was diagnosed with BLANK TYPE OF CANCER, and that it is highly treatable.

Banks mock goes TE for Bills (11:25 AM)
Buffalo Bills Blogs - Chris Brown: SI.com’s Don Banks has his latest mock draft up and he’s gone tight end for Buffalo at ninth overall. Not surprisingly its UNC TE Eric Ebron, who also made a pre-draft visit to Buffalo. Here was Banks assessment. 9. Buffalo — Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina As much sense as Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan […]

Bills begin offseason program (10:15 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The Bills kicked off their nine-week offseason program with voluntary offseason conditioning at One Bills Drive.

BDC 4/22: Bills Begin Voluntary Offseason Program (9:59 AM)
Buffalo Bills Blogs - Bills Daily Charge: DAILY REPORT – The Bills began their voluntary offseason conditioning program this morning. – The Buffalo Bills and M&T Bank’s “Predict the Picks” contest,a 2014 NFL Draft contest that will reward one fan with an exclusive meet and greet with the Bills first pick is currently ongoing. Fans can enter the contest at buffalobills.com/predictthepicks, where they […]

Ravens draft review: 2008 (9:18 AM)
Yahoo! Sports: As the Ravens continue to prepare for the 2014 draft, we are taking a look back at each of the Ravens draft classes of the previous seven years.

Andre Reed joins local effort to keep Bills in Buffalo (9:07 AM)
Yahoo! Sports: As potential buyers consider purchasing the Bills — or, perhaps in the case of Donald Trump, merely talking about purchasing the Bills — a group of fans has accelerated efforts to persuade the winning bidder to keep the team in Buffalo. On Monday, the Buffalo Fan Alliance announced its advisory board, which includes 2014 Hall…

Andre Reed joins local effort to keep Bills in Buffalo (9:07 AM)
Pro Football Talk - Mike Florio: As potential buyers consider purchasing the Bills — or, perhaps in the case of Donald Trump, merely talking about purchasing the Bills — a group of fans has accelerated efforts to persuade the winning bidder to keep the team in Buffalo. On Monday, the Buffalo Fan Alliance announced its advisory board, which includes 2014 Hall…

Tuesday morning one-liners (7:08 AM)
Pro Football Talk - Josh Alper: Former Bills QB Doug Flutie ran the Boston Marathon on Monday. Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill started working with offensive coordinator Bill Lazor on Monday. CB Darrelle Revis had his first official Patriots workout on Monday. Jets DL Sheldon Richardson predicts a higher sack total in 2014. Should the Ravens be trying to trade down in…

Bills coach Marrone had cancerous mole removed (7:07 AM)
USA Today: Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone says he had cancerous mole removed

Bills coach Doug Marrone had cancerous mole removed (7:01 AM)
USA Today: Marrone said procedure 'will have no effect' on his ability to coach team.

Five former cheerleaders file lawsuit against Bills (1:01 AM)
USA Today: Ex-Buffalo Jills say they were exploited and not properly compensated.

Monday, April 21, 2014

Eric Ebron believes the Lions and Bills are interested in drafting him (11:50 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Curtis Crabtree: In today’s column by Peter King at theMMQB.com, King relayed a note about North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron, who is one of the top tight end prospects of this year’s draft class. King wrote that Ebron told a team he recently visited with that he expected the Detroit Lions to select him in next…

Doug Flutie runs the Boston Marathon (6:09 PM)
Buffalo Bills Blogs - Anna Stolzenburg: Sooo…woke up today & decided to run the @bostonmarathon just picked up my number & heading to the sox game #yup pic.twitter.com/TsSi4weMHb — DOUG FLUTIE (@DougFlutie) April 19, 2014 Former Bills QB Doug Flutie might be a few years past his days as a professional athlete, but he isn’t done competing. Flutie ran the Boston […]

Source: Liberty CB Walt Aikens visiting Colts today, Packers, Bengals up next (6:02 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Aikens has also visited Jaguars, Dolphins, Chiefs, Buccaneers, Bills, worked out for Cowboys, Falcons, Jaguars

Cornerback Kyle Fuller visits the Bills (4:22 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Potential first-round pick.

Bills fans predict the 2014 schedule (3:30 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Using data from the Bills Schedule Challenge, this is what the Bills schedule would look like if it were picked by fans.

Bills continue to take a close look at Kyle Fuller (2:57 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Mike Florio: The Bills hold the ninth overall pick in the draft.  For the third time in seven years, the Bills could be using a top-11 pick on a cornerback. According to Mike Rodak of ESPN.com, Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller is visiting the Bills on Monday.  This comes after the Bills traveled to Blacksburg to work…

Reed joins group trying to keep Bills in Buffalo (1:54 PM)
ESPN.Com - Associated Press: Hall of Fame receiver Andre Reed has joined a Bills' fan group trying to keep the team in Buffalo.

DB Kyle Fuller has pre-draft visit with Bills (12:14 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Defensive back Kyle Fuller of Virginia Tech was the latest pre-draft visitor to One Bills Drive Monday.

Reed joins group trying to keep Bills in Buffalo (11:20 AM)
Yahoo! Sports: BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Hall of Fame receiver Andre Reed has joined a Bills' fan group trying to keep the team in Buffalo.

Monday morning one-liners (7:44 AM)
Pro Football Talk - Josh Alper: Taking a look at Donald Trump’s Buffalo ties in relation to his possible interest in buying the Bills. Clemson WR Martavis Bryant is on the Dolphins’ list of visitors. G Josh Kline made a quick positive impression on his Patriots teammates. The Jets start offseason work and their quarterback competition on Monday. Ravens G.M. Ozzie…

Monday morning one-liners (7:44 AM)
Yahoo! Sports: Taking a look at Donald Trump’s Buffalo ties in relation to his possible interest in buying the Bills. Clemson WR Martavis Bryant is on the Dolphins’ list of visitors. G Josh Kline made a quick positive impression on his Patriots teammates. The Jets start offseason work and their quarterback competition on Monday. Ravens G.M. Ozzie…

Reed joins group trying to keep Bills in Buffalo (7:19 AM)
USA Today: Bills star receiver Andre Reed joins fan group trying to keep team in Buffalo

Draft Profile: RB Williams assured he's ready for NFL (3:45 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Boston College RB Andre Williams wasn't asked to pass protect or catch out of the backfield in college, but is confident he can grow his game in the NFL.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Donald Jones beginning baseball career (5:31 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Former NFL player.

Lattimore has chance to win significant role with 49ers (11:20 AM)
Yahoo! Sports: Months ago, 49ers running back Marcus Lattimore said he believed he was healthy enough to play late in his rookie season. He has experienced no setbacks during his offseason workout program and is scheduled to be in Santa Clara on Monday for the opening of the 49ers offseason program, he told The State newspaper in Columbia, S.C. The first two weeks of NFL offseason programs consist of supervised work with teams strength-and-conditioning staffs. Lattimore has spent the offseason working out back home in South Carolina.

Sunday morning one-liners (8:24 AM)
Pro Football Talk - Josh Alper: The Bills helped the United Way set new fundraising records. What kind of impact will offensive coordinator Bill Lazor have on the Dolphins? Cracking the Patriots roster won’t be easy for rookies. Said Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson, “We finished 8-8. People expected us to finish worse than that, so we exceeded their expectations but not…

The first NFL draft (7:01 AM)
Yahoo! Sports: 1936, a hotel room in Philadelphia, and nine rounds of history.

United Way and Bills set record numbers (3:45 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The United Way set a fundraising record on the year, while of any partner organization, the Bills showed the biggest jump in contributions.

April 20, 1996: Moulds drafted by Bills in 1st round (3:30 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: On this date in Bills history, WR Eric Moulds from Mississippi State was the Bills' No. 1 pick (24th overall) in the 1996 NFL Draft.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Dan Kelly Announces Jim Kelly's Treatment Plans (8:22 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: Dan Kelly, brother of Bills Hall of Fame Quarterback Jim Kelly, announces that Jim has returned home to Buffalo to continue his treatment.

Jim Kelly returns to Buffalo, will continue treatment (6:37 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Mike Wilkening: Former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly has returned to the Buffalo area to continue to be treated for sinus cancer, his brother, Dan Kelly, said today, according to multiple reports. “Jim’s coming back, and he wants to fight cancer here in Buffalo. He will be continuing all his treatments here in Buffalo,” Dan Kelly said on…

Jim Kelly returns to Buffalo, will continue treatment (6:37 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly has returned to the Buffalo area to continue to be treated for sinus cancer, his brother, Dan Kelly, said today, according to multiple reports. “Jim’s coming back, and he wants to fight cancer here in Buffalo. He will be continuing all his treatments here in Buffalo,” Dan Kelly said on…

Jim Kelly is home to stay (6:36 PM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The quarterback fighting cancer has returned home to Buffalo for more just than Easter weekend.

Jim Kelly returns to Buffalo for cancer treatment (5:30 PM)
NFL.Com - Patra, Kevin: Jim Kelly returned to Buffalo on Saturday to continue his cancer treatment. Scores of Bills fans flocked to the local airport to show their support for the Hall of Fame quarterback.

Lions keep bringing in guys they can’t draft at No. 10 (2:33 PM)
Pro Football Talk - Darin Gantt: If you assume the Lions aren’t delusional, you can also assume they want to make a move up in the draft. Because they’re bringing in another top-five caliber prospect for a visit, when they’re picking 10th. According to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack is visiting the Lions next week.…

Big names among prospective Buffalo Bills buyers (2:31 PM)
Yahoo! Sports: Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly is prepared to make a bid to buy the Buffalo Bills. And include New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi's name for added spice. It's not every day - or every year - an NFL franchise goes on the market as the Bills are, following owner Ralph Wilson's death last month. Toronto and Los Angeles are potential landing spots because owners would have an opportunity to make more money than in Buffalo, the NFL's second-smallest market.

Kelly’s plans change again, this time for the better (9:22 AM)
Buffalo Bills Blogs - Anna Stolzenburg: After planning to come home to Buffalo to spend Easter with his family last Wednesday then changing course a day later, Jim Kelly’s plans have changed again – this time for the better. As reported by the Buffalo News, Kelly is scheduled to arrive at 5 p.m. today at Prior Aviation in Cheektowaga. He plans to return to […]

Kirwan mock goes local for Bills (6:34 AM)
Buffalo Bills Blogs - Chris Brown: The Bills have long been handed offensive tackles and wide receivers in 2014 mock drafts. NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan took a different approach. Kirwan went for Buffalo’s less talked about need of defensive end. With Jerry Hughes entering the final year of his contract, the Bills may need to have another option opposite Mario Williams unless […]

Mock Draft Watch 9.0 (3:45 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: The ninth edition of Mock Draft Watch – a rundown of the latest mock drafts compiled by buffalobills.com via local and national NFL reporters.

April 19, 1997: Bills select Antowain Smith with 23rd pick (3:30 AM)
BuffaloBills.Com: On this date in Bills history, RB Antowain Smith from the University of Houston was the Bills' No. 1 pick (23rd overall) in the 1997 NFL Draft.

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