Williams signs five-year extension [5:06 PM] Shout! reports:
Reserve nose tackle Pat Williams signed a five-year contract extension with the Bills on Wednesday. Terms of the contract were not disclosed. In February, Williams was tendered a high offer in the $1 million-range as a restricted free agent.
Linton on Ruben Brown [2:08 PM] Shout! reports:
Jonathan Linton said he would miss Ruben Brown if he jumped to another team. But he added fans shouldn't read into Brown's still-unsigned status as an indication that he might re-sign with Buffalo.
March 18, 2000
Bryson OK, plus other RB, LB and TE news [10:46 AM] Shout! reports:
Shawn Bryson should be at full strength when the Bills have their first off-season mini-camp the last weekend of April. Bryson, who tore an ACL in training camp last season, is said to be 100 percent.
March 17, 2000
Peerless is pumped [11:05 AM] Shout! reports:
The Bills are expecting big things from Peerless Price this season. That's OK, because Price is expecting big things from himself. In the Wild Card game against Tennessee in January, Price had a game-high five catches for 62 yards, including two clutch receptions for 23 yards on the final drive.
Bills looked at Cardinals OL James Dexter [8:41 AM] NFL.com reports:
After losing Dusty it seems the Bills are looking at other low priced veteran guards to replace him. Perhaps they are NOT as confidant as they claim in their backup players, hmmm?
Fish Wrap - Cecil Collins? Those were good old days [8:39 AM] Miami Herald reports:
The latest fish wrap declares that Jimmy Johnson's exit and the shoving out the door of Dan Marino is driving many of their fans into factions, straining even deeply held allegiance.
The good old days are described as 'Cecil Collins diving out of somebody else's second-floor window' and 'Bryan Cox giving the bird to Bills fans'.
Misery loves company and it looks like the Fish and Bills are in the same kettle of stew.
Moran signs with Rams [6:06 PM] Shout! reports:
Backup defensive lineman Sean Moran agreed to a two-year, $1.5 million contract with the Rams on Wednesday, which includes a $600,000 signing bonus. The unrestricted free agent will be a third defensive end for the Super Bowl champions.
Can Ruben be signed? [5:48 PM] Shout! reports:
If there is good news amid what most Bills fans would classify as a disheartening off-season, it's that unrestricted free agent Ruben Brown has not yet signed with another team. The longer he waits, the better the chance the Bills will be able to do some accounting and re-sign him.
Will Thomas hurt the Bills? [2:35 PM] Shout! reports:
"Let's just say there is powerful motivation to show that he has some good football left in him." - Leigh Steinberg on Thurman Thomas after he signed a three-year, $3.59 million contract with the Dolphins that will likely take him into retirement.