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Buffalo Bills News - June 12, 2005

Marker Bills shouldn't let Clements play the market [9:09 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'When it comes to cornerback Nate Clements, the Buffalo Bills should follow the market and offer top dollar. The sooner they do it, the better.'

Marker Inside slant [7:01 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'A 2,000-yard season for Willis McGahee?'

Marker Notes, quotes [7:01 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: '"I think it's evident the way that they have prepared mentally and practiced physically and from everything they are doing in these meetings, that they're on a mission. Whether it's a result from the loss to Pittsburgh that kept us out of the playoffs, or what, but there is something about them." - Coach Mike Mularkey, talking about his team's all-business attitude during recent team organized activities.'

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June 11, 2005

Marker Milloy figuring it all out [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"After the season, I always go through the season and think about the things that happened during the year," Milloy said, "things I did good and things I can get better at. The thing that kept sticking out in a positive way was the way she was there for me when I got hurt for the first time. I think that was more of a devastating blow to me than having to leave New England in the fashion I had to leave."

Marker McGahee in shape but not at practice [8:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Seventy-six out of 85 players were present Friday.'

Marker Hall of Famer racing to find a cure [5:08 AM]
Nashville Tennessean reports: 'That Hunter has lived this long is somewhat miraculous, but he remains on a respirator 24 hours a day, eats through a machine and is suctioned 100 to 150 times per day because he can't swallow on his own. "He's on all kinds of medication, too, but he's the toughest little boy I've ever met in my life,'' Kelly said. "He is without a doubt my hero. I don't know how he does it.'''

June 10, 2005

Marker Organized Team Activities Near End [9:21 PM] reports: 'Despite the workouts being voluntary, every available Bills player, aside from running back Travis Henry, has participated at one point during the three weeks. "It's a compliment to them to have the numbers that we've had and get done what we've gotten done," said Mularkey. "I think they recognize that I've really tried to honor their requests as far as time. We don't put a big demand on them. They are not here all day… they're in and out. We get a lot done in a short amount of time."'

Marker Verba Has Not Been Contacted. McGahee Out Of OTA's Again [4:24 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'In addition to McGahee also missing today were Sam Adams, Chris Villarrial, Jason Esposito, Kahlil Hill, Uyi Osunde, Aaron Schobel, Nate Clements, Ben Sobieski and Travis Henry. Working on their own were Mark Campbell and Tim Euhus. Watching were Ross Tucker, Troy Vincent, Jon Dorenbos, Kevin Thomas and Marvin Ward.'

Marker Mularkey OK with McGahee's sporadic minicamp attendance [4:19 PM]
AP reports: 'As for whether he's bothered by McGahee's absences, Mularkey shrugged. ''They know the commitment. They know the number of guys that are here ... and I'm not going to harp on it,'' Mularkey said. ''I'm pleased with all the guys that are here because if you start worrying about the guys that aren't, it takes away from all the positives that are going on right now. And there are a lot of positives.'''

Marker Holcomb Adjusting to New Team, Home [4:17 PM] reports: '"I'm getting more and more comfortable each day," he said. "We did a lot of the same stuff in Cleveland, it's just different terminology. You just have to take what you knew it by and translate it in your brain with how they call it."'

Marker Trafford Tackles Waves in Costa Rica [4:16 PM] reports: 'The Buffalo Bills tight end wasted no time once the NFL season ended. One week after the Super Bowl, he packed his bags, got on a plane with a friend, and headed to Tamarindo, Costa Rica, a tiny city on the country's pacific coast that is known for its spectacular waves.'

Marker Vincent scores TD with visit to Oakville school [5:02 AM]
Toronto Star reports: 'Vincent, who is entering his 15th year in the NFL and his second with the Buffalo Bills, laughed too. But he had some serious answers for the students: "Love yourself and others and God. Respect yourself and your parents. And always do your best."'

Marker LB's Conlan & Stratton to Be Honored [5:01 AM] reports: 'Stratton was also proud of the recognition his championship teams of the 60s still receive to this day, including last weekend's Celebration of Champions. "To be a part of those teams and have people remember … their memories are a lot better than mine these days," he said.'

June 9, 2005

Marker Conlan And Stratton Added To Buffalo Sports Hall Of Fame [5:44 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Former Bills linebackers Shane Conlan and Mike Stratton are two of the 11 new inductees into the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame.'

Marker Conlan, Stratton elected into Buffalo sports hall of fame [5:12 PM]
AP reports: 'Stratton is best recalled for his performance in Buffalo's 20-7 win over San Diego in the 1964 AFL championship game. He was credited with the momentum-turning play with a fumble-forcing tackle that knocked Chargers running back Keith Lincoln out of the game. ''If it hadn't been for that hit, I probably would not have been recognized nearly so nicely as I have been,'' Stratton said.'

Marker Patriots still class of AFC East [5:11 PM]
ESPN reports: Buffalo had a quiet spring, but if Losman is what the Bills believe he is, they'll make plenty of noise come fall and winter.

Marker Oct. 9: Bills Backer Weekend [3:00 PM] reports: 'Bills Backers Weekend Package Info...'.

Marker Bills Pair To Be Inducted Into GBSHOF [2:03 PM] reports: 'Former Buffalo Bills linebackers Shane Conlan and Mike Stratton have been selected for induction into the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame. The induction, along with nine other members of the Class of 2005, will take place at an awards dinner in October (exact date TBA) at the HSBC Arena in downtown Buffalo.'

Marker Bills Players to Visit Dick's Sporting Goods [2:03 PM] reports: 'Cornerback Nate Clements, a 2005 Pro Bowl selection, linebacker London Fletcher, a defensive captain and the NFL’s leading tackler the past five seasons, and wide receiver Eric Moulds, a three-time Pro Bowl selection and the longest tenured Bill in his 10th season, will appear at Dick’s Sporting Goods at the Walden Galleria Mall from 12 – 2 pm on Saturday, June 11th.'

Marker Bills looking ahead with dispatch [7:23 AM]
Niagara Gazette reports: 'In fact, the Bills should have brought back the standing buffalo to the helmets three years ago because it represented all the quickness and mobility of Bledsoe.'

Marker Resource center, TU gear up for ‘Guy Thing’ [7:22 AM]
Thomasville Times Enterprise reports: 'A program geared toward young males ages 10-18, it will feature five workshops and keynote speaker Joe Burns Jr., a Thomas County Central High School alumnus and professional football player for the Buffalo Bills. “This is where my heart is,” said Burns. “Working with the kids and letting them know they can accomplish anything if they put their minds to it.”'

Marker New coach has brought a sense of urgency [7:21 AM]
Canton Repository reports: 'Kicker Andy Eminger has a tryout with the Buffalo Bills next week and the St. Louis Rams are sending special teams coach Bob Ligashesky to Fawcett to work out Eminger. Knapp is on the Buffalo Bills’ list of tryout invitees.'

Marker Stepping In [7:20 AM] reports: 'Losman should have a great career, but he needs to keep his goals realistic in his first year as starter. It’s always good to set high goals, but you have to approach situations with a balanced free to breathe mind frame.'

June 8, 2005

Marker Coach Alex Van Pelt [3:08 PM] reports: 'Van Pelt started paying those dues in Frankfurt, Germany this spring as quarterbacks coach of the Frankfurt Galaxy in NFL Europe. He worked with quarterbacks like Akili Smith and B.J. Symons. But he wasn't just a quarterbacks coach. Van Pelt wore a lot of different hats overseas. "I handled my quarterbacks, did all of the breakdowns, all the installation of what was going in that week with the skill players," said Van Pelt. "I did all the film review with the skill players, and I got to call the plays. It was awesome."'

Marker Buffalo Bills Sign With CORT Software to Manage Their HR Needs [7:07 AM] reports: '“We wanted to find a solution that was going to be a one-stop shop for employee records and that could track things ranging from each individual’s benefits all the way to organization-issued items and attendance at various events we organize,” said Don Purdy, Director of Business Operations at the Buffalo Bills. “The centralized data can be easily shared by another branch of our operation in Michigan, which will make running reports more accurate and faster.”'

June 7, 2005

Marker McGahee Shares Outlook on Season [4:29 PM] reports: 'So really, what are his goals for this year? "Have fun, baby," he says with a smile. "I don't talk about it, [I just do it]. You know what I mean?"'

Marker Hull irate over Haslett steroid charge [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"He put me in the grease, and I didn't appreciate that," Hull said. "He said, "You know how it is when you get all twisted up' and blah, blah, blah. He was making excuses. He even told me that he didn't play with Darryl. He played three years with Darryl. I said, "Jim, those steroids must have been eating your brain, too.' "'

Marker Henry situation still up in the air [5:02 AM]
Nashville City Paper reports: 'Quarterback Steve McNair is one who would welcome the addition of Henry, if the Titans were to land him in a deal with the Bills. “I feel like he would be a good addition to the team and take a little bit of the pressure off of Chris,” McNair said. “But if not, Chris can handle the load. As an offense, we’ve just got to stay healthy and stay within our right frame of mind. If [the trade] happens, great. But if not, life goes on and we have to continue to get better and improve this offense some kind of way.”'

Marker Cutaia Gets Tryout [5:01 AM] reports: 'Webster's Matt Cutaia has a date with the Buffalo Bills Monday. He has a tryout scheduled with the NFL team.'

June 6, 2005

Marker Lee Provides Quality Depth at RB [5:23 PM] reports: '"I told (my agent) that I really didn't want to know all the teams that were interested," said Lee. "I told him I wanted to go on one visit to the team that wanted me the most."'

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