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Buffalo Bills News - April 8, 2005

Marker Adams tackles business world [1:46 PM]
AP reports: 'While in Buffalo last season, Adams met with marketing and front-office personnel from the Bills, learning their strategies and ways to apply them to the Hawks.'

Marker There's magic in story of Bills' long-snapper [8:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Dorenbos is one of six people selected from E!'s nationwide search for the ultimate "True American Story" (8 p.m. Sunday, basic cable). The first five will be the subject of mini-bios before the winner gets the full-hour treatment.'

Marker Downtown stadium idea only that, at least now [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The proposal apparently hasn't been discussed with the Buffalo Bills.'

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April 7, 2005

Marker Stamer Picks NFL Europe Fantasy Lineup [4:37 PM] reports: 'Stamer admits while he was there to concentrate on football, the opportunity to travel around Europe is something he will never forget. The food, on the other hand, was not as positive of an experience. "I lost something like 20 pounds over there," admitted Stamer. "Just the food is different. The serving size is different and the seasoning and the taste is different. I thought it was a little bland. We eat too much with huge portions in America."'

Marker Foundation tries to tackle Krabbe disease [12:25 PM]
Tinley Park Daily Southtown reports: 'Whenever he has a chance to speak about the disease, Kelly said he talks about the importance of getting the word out about Krabbe and how families can help one another. "That people come out for these fundraisers is very special to us. It's important to give kids a chance," he said.'

Marker Kelly keeps fighting for Hunter’s Hope [12:18 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'Had this research been completed at the time of Hunter’s birth, his life would have had a drastically improved chance for better health.'

April 6, 2005

Marker City offers to cooperate in search for casino site [9:26 PM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Council, in another stab at attracting a major downtown development, approved a measure supporting a new Buffalo Bills football stadium downtown. The Bills' 15-year lease at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park is set to expire in about seven years.'

Marker Proposal Calls For New Downtown Stadium For Bills [9:18 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Antoine M. Thompson, Masten District Council Member sponsored a resolution with the Common Council that will call for the construction of a new football stadium in downtown Buffalo for the Buffalo Bills. The resolution also asks for support in keeping the Bills here in Buffalo.'

April 5, 2005

Marker Bills Quarterback J.P. Losman to Throw First Pitch at Bisons Home Opener [5:36 PM] reports: 'Buffalo Bills starting quarterback, J.P. Losman, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Buffalo Bisons 2005 Home Opener: Thursday, April 7 at 4:05 p.m. against the Richmond Braves.'

April 4, 2005

Marker QB Thompson Shines in NFL Europe Opener [11:44 AM] reports: As promised, the Bills Backers of Germany met up with a Bills player in the NFLEL again. QB Kevin Thompson, of the Cologne Centurions, started the home opener this past Saturday against the new NFLEL franchise, the Hamburg Sea Devils from the north of Germany. Kevin had a good game, finishing 16-of-25 for 197 yards passing, with 2 TD, 0 INT and a quarterback rating of 114.9.'

Marker Football Hall of Famer visits Southland [7:10 AM]
Tinley Park Daily Southtown reports: '"When my son was diagnosed, my wife said, 'Jim, if there ever was a time to use your name, it is now,' " Kelly recalled. "She said, 'Let's not hide behind this, let's try to make a difference.' "We already have."'

April 3, 2005

Marker Bills Team Report [7:06 PM]
The Sporting News reports: 'The Bills are keeping an eye on TE Mark Campbell's recovery from reconstructive knee surgery that sidelined him for the last four games in 2004. He is several weeks into his rehabilitation, which is progressing so well the team believes he might be healthy enough to play early in training camp. The Bills are counting on Campbell's return because he is expected to be a key part of the offense. He is a solid run blocker with the size (6-6, 255), strength and leverage to hold his own at the line of scrimmage. He's also a good receiver who runs good routes, has strong hands and a knack for finding soft spots in the secondary. If healthy, he'll be a solid receiving option for young QB J.P. Losman.'

Marker J.P. Losman [9:11 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Bledsoe combined a cannon arm, 12 years of experience and cement feet. He could not get the Bills into the playoffs. Losman has a cannon arm and a picture-perfect delivery, and he runs like a gazelle. His potential to create spectacular plays on the move will make the Bills' offense look much different this fall. Scouts say he also has the toughness of a linebacker. We've heard that analogy before, and we like it.'

Marker Inside slant [7:16 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'The signing of beefy ex-Baltimore Ravens guard Bennie Anderson on March 30 opened a world of lineup possibilities for the Bills after some key free agent losses. It also drove home the fact coach Mike Mularkey plans to continue building a power running game behind young star Willis McGahee.'

Marker Strategy and personnel [7:15 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Whether Trey Teague is shifted to left tackle or remains at center, the Bills need to plan for the future and may lean toward taking a center in the draft.'

Marker Notes, quotes [7:14 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Plans are in full swing to shift DT Justin Bannan to offensive guard.'

Marker Bills, Sabres still waiting on big prize [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The Bills and Sabres are in the right leagues in terms of salary caps, profit sharing and the potential to compete against large-market teams. The NFL has such a system and the NHL figures to whenever the owners and players decide to open shop again. Unfortunately for the dreamers, the Bills and Sabres have gone backward lately.'

April 2, 2005

Marker Inside slant [7:24 PM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'If Henry wants to sit out the 2005 season, pass on earning his $1.25 million salary, and eventually become an unrestricted free agent, good luck, Donahoe said.'

Marker Strategy and personnel [7:23 PM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Offensive tackle. Following the departure of Jonas Jennings, Mike Williams might switch to the left side. Either way, Mike Gandy isn't the answer as a starter. The Bills need someone who can step in and play on the left or right side.'

Marker Notes, quotes [7:23 PM]
The Sports Xchange reports: '"I think everything we went through last year is going to make us a better team. We overcame adversity. We went through a lot of things. (Starting 0-4) that would have been the perfect time for a team to tear apart because of all the hard work they put into it and not have success. But with our guys, there was never a time where I said, 'We're losing them.' They hung in there. They stayed the course. They almost pulled off an unbelievable feat to be where they were at 3-6 and have a chance to be in the playoffs. It's definitely something we can build on." - Bills coach Mike Mularkey, speaking at the recent owners meeting in Hawaii.'

Marker Henry could be dealt if Bills drop demand [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'It's known that the Bills want the Cardinals to give them Shelton and to switch draft places in the second round, 44th for the 55th spot. If Buffalo drops that demand, a deal can be consummated. Green was adamant about keeping his draft picks and keeping them where they are.'

April 1, 2005

Marker Gomez Snaps Up NFL Europe Opportunity [5:15 PM] reports: '"Everything is about timing and situations in this league," said Gomez. "I think I have a pretty good situation (in Buffalo) and basically I'm just looking for a chance to compete for a job. If there is anyway that I could help the team, whether it's as a long snapper, on special teams, or as a tight end, that's what I look to do."'

Marker Green won’t trade picks for Henry [9:37 AM]
East Valley Tribune reports: 'One source familiar with the talks said that while the Cardinals had originally been looking for something extra in addition to Henry in exchange for Shelton — as was pointed out by Buffalo general manager Tom Donahoe Wednesday during a national radio interview — that was no longer the case. Henry has one year left on his contract, but Green not only emphasized that wouldn’t be an impediment to getting a deal done, he said the Cards would want Henry to play out his deal before committing to a new contract. "We don’t really know his value," Green said. "If Travis did do a deal with us, he would not be satisfied with it. . . . We’d rather him prove he should get the big money."'

Marker Bills make big addition with Anderson [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Carolina and Tampa Bay were among the teams interested in Anderson, but he said Buffalo was his first and only choice after visiting the team on March 18.'

Marker Bills Sign Offensive Lineman [5:37 AM] reports: 'The Tennessee State product started a total of 46 games for the Baltimore Ravens during the past four seasons, including 12 starts at right guard in 2004.'

March 31, 2005

Marker Bills sign Anderson to three-year deal [9:56 PM]
AP reports: '``This is an awesome day,'' Anderson said. ``To come to a franchise with so much tradition and such a great fan base, what more can you ask for?'''

Marker Bills sign free agent G Bennie Anderson [9:55 PM]
Sportsticker reports: 'In 2001, Anderson was a vital part of an offensive line that helped Jamal Lewis rush for 2,066 yards.'

Marker Bills sign OL Anderson [9:54 PM]
The Sports Network reports: 'During his four-year career, all spent in Baltimore, the St. Louis, MO native, started a total of 46 games.'

Marker The Bills Add To The Offensive Line [9:54 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Anderson is a guard which could free the Bills to move Trey Teague to LT and Ross Tucker to center.'

Marker Bills Sign Lineman Anderson [9:52 PM] reports: 'A St. Louis, MO native, Anderson started a total of 46 games for the Baltimore Ravens over the past four seasons, including 12 starts at right guard this past season.'

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