Bills Agree To Terms With Three More Draft Picks [5:34 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Bills today announced that the team has agreed to terms with three of the team’s 2002 draft picks - safety Coy Wire, fullback Jarrett Ferguson, and linebacker Dominique Stevenson.
Bills Continue Summer Reading Program On Monday [5:33 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Bills and United Parcel Service will be hosting a pair of events as part of Hit the Books, The UPS - Buffalo Bills Summer Reading Program, this Monday, July 8th. The first will be at 1:30 PM at the Audubon Library located at 350 John James Audubon Parkway in Amherst and the second will be at 3:30pm at the Fronczak Branch Library located at 1080 Broadway Street in Buffalo.
Josh Reed: From The Bayou To Buffalo [2:35 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: With all this praise coming into the league, without ever running a route in an actual NFL game, you would think that Reed would possess a certain amount of overconfidence. However, that's about the furthest thing from the truth.
Bills draft pick arrested after crash [9:05 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Two of Wright's cousins were later found with his vehicle at an apartment complex near the accident scene. Witnesses said Wright had been driving and his cousins said he was intoxicated and fled on foot because he was afraid of being caught, police said.'
New Bills uniforms are just plain ugly [9:05 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Now the home field get-up isn't too bad. The simple navy jersey with red rib stripe, gray outlined numbers and red/blue side-striped pants is, in fact, quite attractive. It's the team's away uniform that is so unbearably putrid.'
Ex-Bulldog athlete booked [9:04 AM]
Fresno Bee reports: 'Beckwith said witnesses identified Wright as the driver of a car that collided with a van and then departed. He said the van was knocked into a post, where it caught fire, and that the occupants were helped out of the wreckage by bystanders. Three people reportedly were riding in the van, Beckwith said. He said there were reports of injuries in the van, but that he didn't know how many people were hurt or what type of injuries they might have suffered.'
Wright Investigation [7:46 AM]
KFSN-TV reports: 'Wright's attorney, Sal Sciandra, explained why it took so long, "We just became aware that they were looking for him, and as soon as he became aware that they were looking for him, we started making arrangements for him to turn himself in. Part of the delay was making the arrangements with the officers, and some of the delay was my schedule."'
Training Camp Preview: Buffalo Bills [10:05 PM]
Fanball.com reports: 'All eyes in training camp will be on Bledsoe. Can he shake the rust off and return to his elite form? If he can, that should translate into very big things from Eric Moulds, and possibly a breakout year from Peerless Price.'
Bills draftee Rodney Wright arrested after accident [10:02 PM]
AP reports: 'Witnesses said Wright had been driving, and his cousins said he was intoxicated and fled on foot because he was afraid of being caught, police said.'
Former FSU football player suspected in hit-and-run [5:43 PM]
Fresno Bee reports: 'Wright, who was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in April but has not yet signed with the team, remained missing as of 1:45 p.m. today. Beckwith was quick to say that no charges have been filed against Wright and that the investigation is continuing.'
Police seek Bills draftee Rodney Wright after accident [1:19 PM]
AP reports: 'Police began a search for Fresno State wide receiver Rodney Wright, a seventh-round pick by Buffalo in the NFL draft, in connection with an accident Tuesday that injured two people.'
PFW: Team Report [7:57 AM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: What was once a potential weakness for the Bills is now a potential strength. The Bills have developed their WR corps nicely, and additions made this offseason should help round out the group.
Rochester's Maurice Jackson invited to Bills camp [5:14 AM]
D and C reports: '"We were going to New Orleans, but Buffalo came in," he said Monday. "(The Bills) wanted me to work out for them last Wednesday. I went there and it went well."'
Jackson to sign with Bills [5:09 AM]
WHEC-TV reports: 'Because of the Fourth of July holiday, Jackson says he'll officially sign with the Bills next week.'
2001 Buffalo Bills Yearbook [4:13 PM]
ESPN reports: Televised dates (EDT):
1:00 p.m. July 1st ESPN
8:00 p.m. July 3rd ESPN2
5:00 a.m. July 7th ESPN
2:30 p.m. July 8th ESPN2
Bledsoe, Beebe And A Autographed Ball [3:27 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Mac and Barbara have spoken at events all across the country. Mac estimates that he has spoken to 350,000 people in the last three years. Recently, the Parenting With Dignity board decided to limit the Bledsoes' appearances to Buffalo (where they are setting up an office) and their home state of Montana.
Individual Game Tickets on sale July 13! [2:38 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Bills 2002 regular season home schedule includes out-of-division games with the Chicago Bears, Oakland Raiders, Detroit Lions, San Diego Chargers and Cincinnati Bengals as well as important AFC East dates with the Jets, Patriots, and Dolphins. The team will also host Cincinnati and Minnesota in the preseason.
Weekly "Where Are They Now" Feature [2:36 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Have you ever wondered what happens to NFL players when their playing days are done? What former Bills would you like to hear from?
NFL Europe: Frankfurt Galaxy Season Review [2:35 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: For the first six weeks of the season, Doug Graber's side was the league's powerhouse, compiling a 5-1 record on the back of Joe Hamilton's passing, Curtis Alexander's rushing and a top-ranked defense.
The Buffalo Bills And Gatorade Team-Up To Quench Thirst In The Community [2:34 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Buffalo Bills and Gatorade have joined forces for the third consecutive year to bring the Bills Gatorade Junior Training Camps to area youth organizations. This year, ten youth programs, comprised of various Boys and Girls Clubs and YMCA's from the Buffalo area, will be visited by the colorful Bills Gatorade Junior Training Camp truck; approximately 700 youth are to participate.
July Wallpaper on Buffalobills.com [10:49 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Show your pride by putting the Bills on your computer's desktop. The July wallpaper featuring Peerless Price is now available!
DaShon says thanks [5:36 PM]
Los Angeles Daily News reports: '"It's my way of saying thank you and giving back a little bit," Polk said. "I'm no big-time superstar or anything, but you know, when I was a kid, I don't remember anyone from the NFL coming around to do anything for us, and we could have all benefited from something like that. So even though it's just going to be me and some of my friends, hopefully this is just one day some kids can be a part of something good. One day when they can avoid trouble."'
Kelly Krunch unveiled [6:17 AM]
D and C reports: 'As part of the deal, proceeds from the cereal's sale will go toward Hunter's Hope, a charity Kelly founded in honor of his son Hunter, who suffers from the deadly Krabbe's disease.'
Kelly Krunch Cereal [8:21 PM]
PLB Sports reports: 'Available exclusively at Tops Friendly Markets, www.plbsports.com and www.vpsport.com.'
Kelly Krunch debuts [8:20 PM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'The former Bills' quarterback, Jim Kelly unveiled his new cereal today...Kelly Krunch.'
Mike Williams at mandatory rookie symposium [6:21 PM]
CNN/SI reports: "Little, simple stuff that you've overlooked. This is all stuff we didn't have to take care of because our parents took care of you or you got a scholarship and you didn't have to worry about anything," Williams said. "But now it's kind of like we're young men and you've got to pay your bills on time and you've got to be responsible. I'm not saying that none of us are, but we're coming to a different field."
Len Pasquarelli: Bills Still Considering Ahanotu [6:19 PM]
ESPN reports: Apparently reports that the former Buccaneer has already signed a contract with the Atlanta Falcons are incorrect. The Bills front office continues their amazing offseason by pursuing depth and experience for the most questioned area left to address.
Vic Carucci: Development Coordinators Play Key Role [1:45 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Paul Lancaster, the Director of Player Programs for the Bills, works closely with the players and oversees the ares of continuing education, family assistance, financial planning, and post-football career development.
AFC East: 'Super' Patriots stay on top [10:43 AM]
ESPN reports: I had a hard time picking the Buffalo Bills last, but they are in a strong division. I know Gregg Williams feels good about his team. They had several new players last year. Now they have added Bledsoe, who I think is a steal. He gives them instant credibility at QB and makes the Bills a completely different team offensively. If Moulds doesn't catch 100 balls, I'll be shocked. The Bills defense runs around and has very physical corners. They will win seven-plus games and could easily win 10 games and battle for first place.
Dr. Z: A comprehensive breakdown of the AFC's hired help [9:06 AM]
CNN/SI reports: Call it a great offseason if the Bledsoe trade works out and the O-line is sturdy enough to give him time to get the ball downfield.
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