Player of the Week [12:27 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Vote on Bills Player of the Week and win free autographed merchandise.
Levy Led, Buffalo Bills Followed [12:08 PM]
AP reports: Although a keen strategist, Levy is best regarded for his ability to mold the group of talented young players he inherited in 1986.
'Superstars don't make teams,' said Kelly, the team's QB. `He became our coach at a time when he was with a lot of young players that had potential but we needed direction.'
Moore argues way back on active roster [9:16 AM]
ESPN reports: Williams is impressed by how Moore worked himself into condition ahead of schedule. His return means he could be ready to participate in this weekend's two-day session with the Cleveland Browns in Edinboro, Pa.
Roth dreams red, white and blue [9:05 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Roth, however, is no delusional fan. Although he has never been an official Buffalo Bill, he has been on the team's payroll for more than a year. Now if he can just get on the field and try to earn a spot on the roster.'
Bills examine hydration practices [9:05 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Bills coaches said they emphasize the importance of avoiding dehydration from the first meeting of rookie camp, where coaches hand out charts detailing food and fluid replacement depending on the player's weight. Part of the veteran's first camp meeting contains an explanation of the chart.'
Linebacker Moore hits practice field [9:04 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The former Virginia Tech star said he expects to play this weekend, when Buffalo travels to Edinboro University to scrimmage and practice with the Cleveland Browns.'
Linebacker returns to field [5:26 AM]
D and C reports: '"I'm just happy to be back out here," said Moore. "It felt good. You can sit on the sideline and get all the mental reps you want, but that only helps a little. "It's important for me to be out here. I'm already behind, I've got a lot of catching up to do."'
Players carry on after Stringer's death [5:26 AM]
D and C reports: 'The Bills learned of the heatstroke-induced death of Minnesota Vikings offensive tackle Korey Stringer before yesterday morning's workout, and while a cloud of sadness hung over the practice field at St. John Fisher College, it was otherwise business as usual.'
NFL player's death adds to Bills' heat sensibility [5:24 AM]
D and C reports: 'In addition to drinking water, Gatorade and Pedialyte, Jones advises the players to salt all food excessively to maintain sodium levels. He warns them not to use supplements such as Creatine because, as Jones said, "All these hocus-pocus things, we have enough money to buy them, but they don't work." He also wants players to stay away from alcohol and caffeinated beverages.'
Williams wants youth coaches to stress prevention [5:23 AM]
D and C reports: 'Following the death of Minnesota Vikings tackle Korey Stringer from heatstroke, Buffalo Bills coach Gregg Williams implored youth coaches and parents to educate themselves about heatstroke and heat exhaustion.'
Bills feel loss of NFL family member [5:22 AM]
D and C reports: 'The NFL is an elite brotherhood, a fraternity that will consist of just 1,643 of the most gifted and fortunate football players by the time training camps have once again done their evil weeding out. So when the Bills took a knee and listened to captain Henry Jones lead them in prayer, they were honoring one of their own.'
Pre-scrimmage injury report [5:21 AM]
D and C reports: 'It is doubtful that Hansen will play in the scrimmage against Cleveland, but he may get some reps in tomorrow's two practices with the Browns.'
Bills' thoughts and prayers with Stringer's family [10:18 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: "We want to open up today by saying every member of the Buffalo Bills organization wants to extend our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to Korey Stringer's family and friends and every member of the Minnesota Vikings organization," coach Gregg Williams said at his daily press conference.
Wallpaper: August 2001 Edition [8:49 PM]
TBD reports: Download great Buffalo Bills artwork to use as wallpaper for your PC. It includes a calendar and best of all it is free!
Moore argues his way into Bills practice [8:43 PM]
AP reports: '"I argued with the trainers," Moore said. "I told them I'd rather be out here instead of standing around and getting stiff."'
Bills mourns Stringers' death [8:42 PM]
AP reports: 'While most Bills players and coaches didn't know the Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl tackle personally, it didn't stop them from mourning the loss of what many regarded as an NFL family member.'
Holecek checks in with Chargers [1:41 PM]
North County Times reports: 'Unless the subject is Bills executive Tom Donahoe. "I really don't care for the general manager much," Holecek said. "That guy is a (jerk)." Ouch.'
Edinboro scrimmage information [10:13 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Bills will travel to Edinboro University on Thursday and practice twice with the Cleveland Browns on Friday at Sox Harrison Stadium. The two teams will scrimmage on Saturday morning. The last time Edinboro hosted an NFL scrimmage was in 1995 when the Bills and Steelers got together...
Kris Farris Talks to bb.com [10:12 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: "I feel great. I've got to shake the rust off, the ankle feels good it's all I've been worrying about the last two years when I went last year to camp with the Steelers it wasn't feeling right yet. It's finally feeling good, now all I have to do is work on the football. I've been out of it for two years so any extra bit of help…I promised myself when I was out of it that I'd always work on my stuff and wouldn't let it ride. If I do something wrong at practice...
5th Down : Marv Levy - Always a Gentlemen [10:11 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The first time I met Marv Levy was in the fall of 1986. I wasn't yet a writer; in fact, I wasn't even in junior high school. When Levy was hired by Ralph Wilson and Bill Polian in November of 1986, I was a 10 year-old fifth-grader and a brand-new Bills fan...
Bills Autograph Sessions [9:27 AM]
TBD reports: The Bills report that there will be six times when the entire team will sign after practice:
Fri, Aug. 10 (PM)
Sat, Aug. 11 (AM)
Thu, Aug. 16 (PM)
Fri, Aug. 17 (AM)
Tue, Aug. 21 (AM & PM)
Browns, Bills will take it easy [9:15 AM]
Cleveland Plain Dealer reports: 'The Friday sessions, which are free to the public, will have "no tackling whatsoever," said Browns coach Butch Davis. The teams essentially will engage in individual position drills and 7-on-7 sessions beginning at 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The scrimmage on Saturday is full speed and will have live tackling (except quarterbacks). A series of full-speed kicking and punting drills will kick off the scrimmage at 10:55 a.m.'
Five's a crowd at tight end for Bills [9:05 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"They all are skilled. It is loaded," tight ends coach Dan Neal said. "It's a good position to be in, team-wise."'
Johnson at home in West Coast offense [9:04 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Our offense is a lot smoother than it was last year during camp. I just see a lot more open guys than there were in the past."'
Viking Tackle Stringer Dies from Heat Stroke [8:52 AM]
ESPN reports: Former Ohio State Buckeye Corey Stringer collapsed at practice yesterday and was unresponsive upon arrival at the hospital. He had an extremely high core temperature of over 108 degrees. Stringer developed multi-organ system failure throughout the day and night. He never regained consciousness and despite all efforts his heart failed at 1:50 a.m.
Bills' Fans Left Empty-Handed In Quest For Nighttime Tickets [7:42 AM]
WOKR-TV reports: 'Wegman's said they never expected that kind of demand on Tuesday morning.'
Bills Ticket Trouble [7:41 AM]
WROC-TV reports: 'Managers at the Wegmans corporate office decided to give the tickets away earlier than scheduled...But apparently not all Wegmans locations got the message. All the stores are tied into the same pool of about five thousand tickets, which disappeared in twenty minutes, before some locations even had a chance to give them away.'
Bills coach responds to player's camp comments [7:39 AM]
WGRZ-TV reports: 'Cornerback Antoine Winfield, sidelined for Tuesday's practice by a hamstring pull, said he thinks the injuries are a result of the increased running the team is doing under Williams.'
Flutie Happy to Be the Chargers' Little Big Man [6:23 AM]
New York Times reports: 'A current Bills player who likes both quarterbacks backed Flutie's version, saying the main source of friction between the two was mostly because of Johnson's insecurity as Flutie's status in Buffalo grew.'
Black just wants playing time [5:31 AM]
D and C reports: 'In 1996, fresh out of Maplewood High School in Nashville, Tenn., Black red-shirted his freshman season at Tennessee State. He didn't play, he just practiced. That's essentially just how his rookie season in the NFL went.'
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