Brown Welcomes New Addition to Family [1:32 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"When I get home, I try to relieve my wife of some of the duties she has to partake in while I'm gone," Brown said. "I'll just try to clean up the house or take the kids somewhere just to give her a chance to relax."'
Bills want to tackle contract changes [5:21 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '”We felt that right now we have some (cap) room with what Drew did and we made some offers to see if the guys were interested, but it’s not a case of where it’s going to drag through the whole summer. Either they are interested or they’re not."'
Ask Vic: Couch sitting and Willis wondering [4:31 AM]
NFL.com reports: Q: I was wondering what you had to say about Willis McGahee's recent development. Do you think he'll be ready to take some carries this season or will we have to wait another year to judge if he was worth a first-rounder?
A: Gauging McGahee's development is difficult, if not impossible, because all anyone has seen him do with the Buffalo Bills so far is stretch and run around in a jersey and shorts.
McDaniel returns home after solid AFL season [4:28 AM]
New Bern Sun Journal reports: His agent is working on another NFL tryout. Since his last regular gig with the Buffalo Bills back in 2001, McDaniel has had tryouts with the San Francisco 49ers in 2002 and the San Diego Chargers in 2003. "I'm keeping my options open," he said. "If it happens that's great. If not I will do my best to make it work out in the AFL."
Buffalo Bills Bausch & Lomb Training Camp [2:09 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'This is a tentative schedule and is subject to change.'
Reed Enjoying Retirement, Time with Family [1:38 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Though Andre is no longer a star receiver for the Buffalo Bills, he's still a star in his household.'
Bills ready for a break [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"They've progressively gotten better and better," Mularkey said. "Especially offensively, whether it's a new system or not, you're always behind. Yesterday was probably the best practice these guys have had. If you can move it on our defense, that's pretty good. So I'm very pleased with where we are at right now."'
NFL Network hires preseason broadcast trio [5:57 AM]
NFL.com reports: Preseason Opener Live: The preseason opener against Denver on Sunday Aug. 15th at 7pm will also be the inaugural live broadcast by the NFL Network. The crew of Kenny Albert, Dan Fouts, and Terrell Davis will broadcast the game. The NFL Network will be showing every preseason game that is not being nationally televised by one of the broadcast partners. Only a handful of them will be live, the rest will be on tape delay. The Broncos game will be at Ralph Wilson Stadium and will be the debut of Mike Mularkey's head coaching career. The NFL Network is seen in 20 million homes, mostly on Directv.
Bills get some down time [5:25 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '”We’ve been here since March and it can definitely take a toll,” said backup defensive tackle Justin Bannan, who hails from Fair Oaks, Calif. “It’s good for the guys to get away, to go back to where we’re from, to keep doing the training and keep in shape, but do it somewhere else and rejuvenate your mind. It’s more mental than anything. This will allow us to come back ready to go.”'
Transcript: Drew Bledsoe Q&A Session [10:03 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'The last couple days, we've finished installing and now we're going back and reviewing. So it's the second time through it in the last few weeks for us, so we were able to be a little bit sharper. When you're just doing things for the very first time it's hard to be extremely sharp, but we've made some strides.'
Transcript: Mike Mularkey Q&A Session [10:03 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'As far as the players, it progressively got better and better and they know that, especially offensively where you're going to be behind no matter what if it's a new system or what. Yesterday was probably the best practice these guys have had. If you can move it on our defense, that's pretty good. I'm very please with where we are at right now.'
Bills Preseason Opener To Be Shown Live [10:02 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'The Buffalo Bills will be part of the first live game produced on the NFL Network when they host the Denver Broncos on Sunday, August 15, at 7:00 PM. The NFL Network crew of Kenny Albert, Dan Fouts, and Terrell Davis will serve as the on-air broadcast team and veteran producer Mark Wolff, who produced last year's Super Bowl for CBS, has been hired to produce the game and FOX's Rich Russo, one of the premiere directors in the business, will serve as the Director. Additionally, Solomon Wilcots will serve as the sideline reporter.'
Bills Finish Workouts [10:01 PM]
RNews.com reports: 'Head Coach Mike Mularkey says he is pleased with the progress the offense has made over the last three months, "It progressively got better and better and they know that especially offensively where you are going to be behind no matter if it is a new system of not, you're always behind. yesterday was the best practice these guys have had and if you can move it on our defense that's pretty good."'
The Bills Finish Mini-camp [9:50 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'On the final day, Mark Campbell left the action to have his right hamstring wrapped with ice. He watched the final few minutes of practice. Jerel Myers and Terrence McGee watched with injuries. Ross Tucker did some work on his own with a leg bruise. Missing were Pat and Mike Williams, Sam Adams, Takeo Spikes, Troy Vincent, Joe Burns and Izell Reese.'
Bledsoe ready to rest up before start of training camp [9:49 PM]
AP reports: 'Earlier this week, during an hour-long interview on Buffalo's WGR radio, Donahoe said: ''I never felt that Drew's skills were diminishing. He didn't play well and in many cases we didn't help him,'' Donahoe added. ''But as far as his ability to get back, throw the ball, make the throws, read the defense, we felt that the skill level was still there.'''
A peak at the AFC East [3:10 PM]
NFL.com reports: With Losman in close pursuit of his job, Bledsoe will play well in 2004 and the Bills will get close to the .500 mark. Whether nine victories will be enough to get to the playoffs is another question. The intra-division play can best be described by the Buffalo-New England games last year. Buffalo beat the Patriots in the season opener 31-0 and finished up the season losing to the Patriots 31-0.
Mularkey Able to Juggle Family, Football [12:16 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"I do travel a lot back and forth to Pittsburgh to make sure I'm involved in my sons' lives," Mularkey said. "I'm probably a little more physically drained because of that, but I try not to let that carry over to coaching. When I'm in Buffalo, this is my job and I've learned how to separate the two."'
Bills stop talks for three veterans [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills had sent out initial contract offers to the agents for tackle Jonas Jennings, defensive end Aaron Schobel and defensive tackle Pat Williams earlier this spring. All three will be free agents in March 2005. However, negotiations have not gone far. The Bills faxed out letters last week that said they were suspending negotiations for the time being, according to two NFL sources.'
Ex-Steeler Gildon may fit Bills [5:24 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '”It was nice to sit down with those guys and discuss football,” Gildon said. “They’re optimistic about the upcoming season. They definitely feel they’ll be better offensively and defensively ... they feel they’re basically one player away. It was comforting to hear those comments and hopefully, maybe this will be the stop.”'
Bills Speak To Gildon [5:23 AM]
WGR-AM reports: '"Winning definitely plays a role in the decision making process," Gildon said. "I really don't want to rush my decision, but I'm definitely looking to make a decision pretty soon. I just have to go back with my family, sit down and discuss the offers out there and just go from there."'
Bills Bring Free Agent LB Gildon in for a Visit [5:23 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"I think they have the potential to definitely challenge for a championship," he said. "It's definitely a situation I'm looking to go into."'
Buffalo is tough to bear [5:17 AM]
ESPN reports: 'We love two things: beer and our football team. And nothing has driven so many of us to tip back too many Molsons more than the Buffalo Bills.'
The lake effect [5:16 AM]
ESPN reports: '1....Wide right.'
LB Gildon keeps options open in meeting with Bills [7:05 PM]
AP reports: '''I haven't really discussed in depth with coach Mularkey either way, but defensive end could be a possibility,'' Gildon said, referring to Bills coach Mike Mularkey. ''Right now, I'm just exploring all offers.'''
Palafox signs with Bills, practices at team's mini-camp [5:14 PM]
Sweetwater Reporter reports: 'Palafox was a star linebacker at Sweetwater in the late 1990s, twice earning all-district honors and being named the dis-trict's defensive MVP in his se-nior year when the Mustangs reached the state quarterfinals.'
Transcript: Jason Gildon Q&A Session [5:10 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'I was fortunate enough to be in Pittsburgh his whole time there. Mike's a great guy. He's a guy I get along with and as far as coming here to Buffalo, it's always nice to go somewhere where you know someone. I know him and a few guys he brought with him as well as a few players I had a privilege to play with. It helps, anytime you're out there looking for somewhere else to start over. It always helps to see a familiar face, someone you know. Someone that has gone through the same things you've gone through, and can relate and just ease the transition. From that standpoint, it definitely helps.'
Bills Alumni Spotlight: Daryl Porter [1:23 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'After returning back to his home area of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where he has a two-year-old son, Daryl, for the past year, he has owned and operated Porter’s Place [www.portersplace.biz]. "It’s a sports bar and restaurant. We have a full menu, steaks, garlic shrimp. It’s pretty big, 8,000 square feet. We do a lot of entertainment, jazz bands, blues. Basically, it’s just something I had the knack for, being around people and making sure people are comfortable.'
Bills Alumni Spotlight: Chris Spielman [1:23 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"I think that people respected the decision that I made," Spielman said. "It was an easy decision to make, but it still felt like you were letting people down. I certainly made the right decision, don’t get me wrong. I felt like the people in Buffalo, for the two years, treated me great and I loved playing there and being a part of it, but I still felt like I let them down. I guess it justified my decision to not play football, because I got a standing ovation. It made me feel good, obviously. I guess that I was accepted as a Buffalo Bill."'
Gildon meets with Bills [5:24 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Gildon’s agent Peter Schaffer said his client’s visit is scheduled to last through today. The Bills are an attractive stop for Gildon, who was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers for salary-cap reasons two weeks ago, Schaffer said.'
Bills Flirt with Gildon [5:23 AM]
RNews.com reports: 'Gildon was a 1994 draft selection by Buffalo president Tom Donahoe for the Steelers. Gildon played ten years in Pittsburgh and his 77 career sacks are a team record.'
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