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Buffalo Bills News - January 29, 2005

Marker Bills set ticket costs for 2005 [9:02 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Buffalo Bills will raise ticket prices this fall but also will decrease prices for a newly created end zone section being dubbed "Rock Pile" seats.'

Marker All football, all the time [9:01 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Adelphia hopes to soothe the loss of Empire by carrying the network that covers Buffalo's favorite sport. "I wouldn't want to say anything about anyone losing anything, but what they gain is the NFL 24/7," said coordinating producer Eric Weinberger. "It should be on in a football town like Buffalo. . . . It is a great opportunity for everyone to be on the ground floor of something that is set up to succeed and the flagship of the No. 1 sport," Eisen said.'

Marker Bucs Reportedly Not High On Bills RB Henry [5:01 AM]
Tampa Tribune reports: 'The reason is not necessarily the second-round draft pick the Bills are believed to be asking for, but Henry's past fumbling problems.'

Marker Bills Restructure Ticket Prices For 2005 [5:00 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Select season ticket sections will increase by $2 to $4 while individual game tickets are also going to be more expensive; fans can expect to pay $3 to $5 more for those.'

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January 28, 2005

Marker Clements added to AFC roster [4:56 PM]
The Sports Network reports: '"Nate had a terrific year," secondary coach Steve Szabo said. "He led our team in interceptions and made some big plays for us. I think what's most significant about him is as the season progressed, Nate improved. He got better as time went on which is a credit to him and his hard work."'

Marker Nate Clements added to Pro Bowl roster [4:51 PM]
AP reports: 'Clements was added after it was determined McAlister of Baltimore and first alternate Patrick Surtain of Miami would be unable to play because of injuries.'

Marker Draft Prospects Perform at the Senior Bowl [3:50 PM] reports: 'The Bills have a history of picking Senior Bowl participants. In the last three drafts the team has selected a total of 10 players that have been involved in the nation's most unique football game.'

Marker Clements Excited About Pro Bowl Trip [1:20 PM] reports: '"My dad called and told me that I had made it to the Pro Bowl and I was just like, 'get outta here' and I started laughing," Clements said. "I was so loud in the grocery store people were looking at me like I was crazy."'

Marker Clements Added To Pro Bowl Roster [1:20 PM] reports: 'The Bills announced today that cornerback Nate Clements has been added to the AFC roster for the Pro Bowl, marking the first time since 1993 (Nate Odomes) that the Bills will have a cornerback on the Pro Bowl roster.'

Marker The 10 worst Super Bowl moments [6:52 AM]
Fox Sports reports: '7. Leon Lett ... 1. Norwood.'

Marker Henry Deal Possible [6:51 AM] reports: 'Henry, who says he prefers to play in a warmer climate, played in only nine games after nursing foot and leg injuries.'

January 27, 2005

Marker Around the league [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Buffalo Bills radio commentator and former quarterback Alex Van Pelt has interviewed for an offensive assistant's position with the Miami Dolphins.'

Marker Henry could be solution at RB [5:02 AM]
Miami Herald reports: '''We gave him permission to seek a trade, and if we get the right compensation, we would do the trade whether it's Miami or someone else,'' Bills president Tom Donahoe said before Wednesday's morning practice for the Senior Bowl. ``We're not going to give him away, but it doesn't matter if the other team is in our division.'''

Marker Bills GM: Deal with Dolphins possible [5:01 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: '"We're not opposed to it," Donahoe said after a Senior Bowl practice. "It would be unusual. Given your druthers, you'd like for him to go somewhere else, if you had the right deal. But you know we're interested in trying to help Travis."'

Marker Figures add up for Pats [5:00 AM]
Boston Herald reports: 'They were no doubt the words of a bitter man, but when former Patriots captain Lawyer Milloy essentially called the Pats a cheap organization during a radio interview last week, it still drew the ire of the folks at Gillette Stadium.'

January 26, 2005

Marker 'The Ralph' joins new stadium network [1:59 PM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: 'A new stadium consortium, including Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, has been formed to bring concerts, rodeos and other special events to the venues during football's off-season.'

Marker Czaban ranks NFL fan bases, making cheeseheads No. 2 [11:30 AM] reports: '13. Buffalo.'

Marker Levy to sign copies of book [8:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Former Buffalo Bills coach Marv Levy will be in Western New York this week to sign copies of his book "Where Else Would You Rather Be?".'

Marker Henry's agent predicts trade [8:50 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"We've had dialogue with several organizations, and they have all been positive," Engelhard said by phone Tuesday from his office in Atlanta. "The process has begun. It is going to take some time, but it's definitely moving forward."'

Marker This is all Bledsoe's fault [5:12 AM]
Manchester Journal Inquirer reports: 'That hit on Bledsoe not only shook up the Patriots, it rattled the bones of "The Babe.'' What other explanation can there be for the end of the "Curse of the Bambino"?'

Marker Decision Looms on Bledsoe [5:11 AM] reports: 'There is speculation that Bill Parcells may be interested in Dallas. Parcells coached Bledsoe at New England.'

January 25, 2005

Marker Losman may get chance to start [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills' braintrust thinks it has to go with Losman next year if at all possible, an NFL source told The News.'

Marker Bills need a new QB to move up [8:50 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Put it all together and you come to a logical conclusion: It appears that Drew Bledsoe might be finished in Buffalo. He can come back, if he's willing to do the Jerome Bettis thing - swallow his pride, take a sizable pay cut and fight for his starting job, knowing he might wind up as Losman's backup.'

Marker Wilson says Bills are still huddling on starting QB [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"I don't know what we're going to do on the quarterback. That will sort itself out in the next few weeks," said Wilson, echoing comments made last week by president and general manager Tom Donahoe.'

Marker Southern California Backers Support Bills [5:00 AM] reports: '"The weather's too nice for football for some people," said Slater, the president of the Southern California Costa Mesa Bills Backers. "It's a pain in the butt for Californians to support an NFL team. but for us it's everything."'

January 24, 2005

Marker Former Seahawk opens Seattle fitness club [6:50 AM]
Puget Sound Business Journal reports: 'Co-owners Sam Adams -- currently playing for the Buffalo Bills -- and longtime friend Merle Gregg hope the formula will lure out-of-shape office workers who've been reluctant to join other local clubs. The 6,000-square-foot club at Third Avenue and Pike Street opened earlier this month and represents a $3 million investment for Adams and Gregg.'

Marker Bills Team Report [6:49 AM]
The Sporting News reports: 'The Bills want to restructure WR Eric Moulds' contract to get some salary cap relief.'

January 23, 2005

Marker Henry falls out of 'top 10' [5:13 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The bottom line: Henry would be an improvement for at least a half-dozen teams as heavy-duty back but he'd need an impressive 2005 season to return to the top 15 list.'

January 21, 2005

Marker Eagles flirting with legacy as NFL chokers [5:37 PM]
Atlanta Journal Constitution reports: 'The Buffalo Bills are roundly held as the ultimate gag kings in NFL history. Yet in some quarters, the same Bills have cultivated a certain nobility. "I think it would have been different if we could have won one," said John Davis, a Georgia Tech All-American who was a staple on the Bills' offensive line during the Super Bowl run. "But losing four, there's a mystique that that feat will never be done again. It was more heart breaking than anything else. We were a great team."'

January 20, 2005

Marker A Solution Looming For Bills Quarterback Spot? [5:31 PM]
WGR-AM reports: '[Donahoe] said that the team will be addressing whom will start at quarterback for the 2005 season in the next couple of weeks. Donahoe commented that both Drew Bledsoe and J.P. Lossman bring different intangibles to the game and that the Bills need to make a decision as to where the team is headed.'

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