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Buffalo Bills News - March 13, 2001

Marker Flowers needs some pruning for next season [8:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'So, as the Bills began their 16-week offseason conditioning program Monday, Flowers is taking steps to become a lean, mean quarterback-sacking machine.'

Marker Pact with Van Pelt expected soon [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Three players who aren't under contract were in attendance, along with all of the team's regulars. Quarterback Alex Van Pelt, defensive lineman Shawn Price and defensive back Ray Hill, all unrestricted free agents, each were on the field working out on a limited basis. All three are interested in rejoining the Bills.'

Marker Free agent Price works out with Bills [8:35 AM]
AP reports: 'In a show of good faith and in hopes of landing a job, defensive end Shawn Price was one of three free agents to take part in the Buffalo Bills workout session Monday.'

Marker Former Aquinas star visits Dolphins [6:17 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: 'Buffalo safety Daryl Porter, a former St. Thomas Aquinas standout, visited the Dolphins and had a physical exam Monday. Porter, 27, would presumably be a nickel or dime defensive back for the Dolphins. Earlier this month the Dolphins hosted Buffalo defensive back Donovan Greer.'

Marker In Bills' 4-3, Cowart moves outside [6:05 AM]
reports: '"We're all trying to reach the goal of the Super Bowl, and I'll chart my goals up this year and try to make the Pro Bowl at two positions."'

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March 12, 2001

Marker Williams introduces changes as Bills open 3-day camp [8:28 PM]
AP reports: 'Kicking off a three-day camp on Monday, Williams made it clear that he has no patience for "fat guys," wants players training together in Buffalo to build camaraderie, and is preparing to revamp the defensive scheme.'

Marker Van Pelt to take backup role [7:29 PM]
ESPN reports: John Clayton posted this "rumor" yesterday: 'By Monday, the Bills should complete a one-year, $477,000 deal to have Alex Van Pelt as the team's backup quarterback. The cap-strapped Bills have the luxury of paying a lot for a backup, and Van Pelt wanted to return and accept an incentive-laden contract. The Bills may also bring in quarterback Pete Gonzalez, who is a favorite of new team president Tom Donahoe. Gonzalez would then be the third quarterback.'

Marker Photos from March 12th conditioning session [7:25 PM] reports: Receivers and defenders listen; Working on snapping; Rob Johnson works out with Alex Van Pelt; Players stretch out; Players limber up; The line listens to instruction.

Marker Gregg Williams press conference [1:28 PM] reports: On overweight players: "Don't like them at all. At all. What we can't coach is guys who run fast and move fast. You're born with that. When all of the sudden your body weight inhibits your way to move fast, no matter how much technique we coach you..."

Marker Pat Williams chats with at WNY Sports Festival [12:34 PM] reports: "The strength coaches have been killing me this past week. I've been running, lifting weights, and I've got my diet plan going on. I'm just trying to get down to my assigned weight they've got for me, and be ready to play on every down!"

Marker Sam Cowart moves to OLB [12:15 PM]
reports: Head Coach Gregg Williams said today that John Holecek would remain in the MLB position and Sam Cowart would be moved to OLB.

Marker Flutie's legacy takes on mythical proportions [6:08 AM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: 'If Flutie truly was the "savior" of the Bills franchise, as many readily declare, season ticket sales for the following year would have skyrocketed. They did not.'

Marker Choice of QB makes a winner of CVB gamble [6:05 AM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: 'The [Buffalo Convention and Visitors Bureau], acting on the advice of president Richard Geiger, decided to use Johnson in the video and in the visitors guide.'

Marker New offense sure to help mobile Johnson [6:02 AM]
D and C reports: '...the switch will boost offensive productivity and reduce quarterback Rob Johnson's alarming sack count. The West Coast offense uses shorter QB drops and quick, short passes to set up the running game.'

March 11, 2001

Marker March Madness!!! Join the TBD pool [5:28 PM]
TBD reports: Pass some of the offseason time by joining the TBD March Madness pool! Click on the link above and sign up today! We'll have some prizes to give out too, so grab your spot and take your best shot at filling out the most accurate bracket.

Marker Roth To Play For Amsterdam In NFL Europe [3:41 PM]
Jamestown Post Journal reports: '"Coach Williams told him that the reason he wanted him to go was because they run the west coast offense in Amsterdam and he'll be able to learn it first hand," Roth's father said. "It's a great opportunity for him to showcase himself."'

Marker Kuliga paves Flutie’s path to Chargers [10:57 AM]
Metro West Daily News reports: 'She only hammered out a $30 million, six-year deal for Flutie, that's all. Do they have a Rookie of the Year award for agents?'

Marker Fate led Flutie to NFL, Bolts [10:53 AM]
North County Times reports: 'It appears that Buffalo is happy with its QB pick ---- San Diego is ecstatic.'

Marker Williams wants Bills to start shaping up now [8:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'In his letter to the players, Williams made it clear that he wasn't impressed by their 41-percent participation in offseason workouts a year ago. He said he expected everyone here this time - not just for minicamp but the 16-week offseason. He was especially tough on the offensive linemen.'

Marker Marv Levy spurs a foul shot [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Perhaps it's inevitable. Lose four consecutive Super Bowls and even the coaches of girls high school basketball teams in California will invoke the Buffalo Bills as what not to emulate.'

Marker Bills expect no no-shows [6:45 AM]
D and C reports: '"There was speculation (in the media) that there would be a small turnout, but that's not what I expected," Williams said. "I expect 100 percent and I thought the guys would be excited, just like they are. They can't wait to get started."'

Marker Kelly's impact makes him the top QB in Bills history [6:43 AM]
D and C reports: 'Here are my top five...Jim Kelly...Joe Ferguson...Jack Kemp...Doug Flutie...Frank Reich...'.

March 10, 2001

Marker Chargers Look Up to Flutie [7:09 PM]
Los Angeles Times reports: '"I guess you need someone you believe is going to be the guy, and, for me, it's a situation I've been looking for for 17 years."'

Marker Meet our new DC Jerry Gray [2:17 PM] reports: Did somebody say agressive? "...if the quarterback isn't throwing, ducking or running after a count of three after the ball is snapped, he has too much time."

Marker Flutie signs with Chargers as starter [11:04 AM]
North County Times reports: 'Since free agency signing period started on March 2, the Chargers have issued contracts worth an estimated $100 million. Or, roughly, the same number of people predicting the diminutive Flutie, 38, would never survive in the NFL.'

Marker Flutie gives Turner a lot of options for game plans [11:03 AM]
North County Times reports: '"Everyone gets caught up in Doug's mobility, and that is a big part of the way he plays,'' Turner said. "But he is a very, very good passer. He does a good job throwing from the pocket."'

Marker Diminutive QB: A huge addition [11:02 AM]
North County Times reports: 'Flutie is more than just a piece of the puzzle here. He looks to be a perfect fit.'

Marker A far cry from when Leaf blew in from Vegas [10:20 AM]
San Diego Union Tribune reports: 'With Leaf, the Chargers hoped they had a quarterback. With Flutie, they know.'

Marker Chargers counting on charismatic QB to give the team a winning direction [10:16 AM]
San Diego Union Tribune reports: 'Chargers director of ticket sales Jerry McBurney said that as a result of the Flutie signing the club sold about 100 new season tickets yesterday. "The phones have been ringing off the hook and the lobby has been full of people," McBurney said.'

Marker Ex-Titan Robertson says he’ll likely end up going to Raiders or Bills [9:46 AM]
Nashville Tennessean reports: 'Former Titans safety Marcus Robertson said last night that while several teams have shown interest in his services he’d like to wind up in either the Oakland Raiders or Buffalo Bills. He plans to visit both cities next week.'

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