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Buffalo Bills News - July 29, 2005

Marker Biffle, Waltrip, Kelly to sign at Race Fever [5:11 AM]
Corning Leader reports: 'The itinerary is set for this year's Race Fever on Bridge Street in Corning, set for Aug. 11. NASCAR Nextel Cup drivers Greg Biffle and Michael Waltrip will be signing autographs, along with Busch Series driver Randy LaJoie and Hall of Fame NFL quarterback Jim Kelly, the part owner of the Busch Series No. 84 Kellogg's car.'

Marker Overachiever [5:10 AM]
Crawfordsville Journal Review reports: 'He helped the Seahawks to a playoff berth in 1984, then was traded to Buffalo, where he would play in four consecutive Super Bowls, catching a touchdown in Super Bowl XXVI against the Washington Redskins. Unfortunately for Metzelaars and his teammates, the Bills lost the game, as well as the other three Super Bowls they advanced to. “At that point, we were down pretty far so it was somewhat anti-climactic. But at the same time, its like ‘I scored a touchdown in the Super Bowl.’ I got the ball at home and it’s painted up. It’s something I’ll always remember — pretty special even though it was when it was in the game."'

Marker Don Beebe bringing speed camp to Freeport [5:09 AM]
Freeport Journal Standard reports: '"(Beebe) sat down and talked about how speed comes into play," said Schlamp, who attended the camp in Libertyville the summer before his senior season. "Size matters, but if you have that little extra speed, it helps."'

Marker Bills Players to Sign Autographs [5:08 AM]
WROC-TV reports: 'The Bills have announced today that the team has scheduled full team autograph sessions prior to its night practices on Saturday, July 30 and Monday, August 15.'

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July 28, 2005

Marker Bills sign 5th-round pick [5:24 PM]
AP reports: 'The deal comes a day before Bills players are scheduled to report for training camp in Rochester.'

Marker 'Offseason' Speculation Finished for Losman [4:56 PM] reports: 'Every single pass and run by Losman will be scrutinized at training camp this year to see if he can be "The Man."'

Marker Bills Get Another Pick Under Terms [4:50 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'That leaves the two Miami picks still to sign. Second rounder Roscoe Parrish and third round pick Kevin Everett who blew out his knee in mini camp.'

Marker Bills Agree to Terms with King [4:18 PM] reports: 'King is the fourth of the Bills six draft picks to agree to terms with the team.'

Marker Bills trim camp work to 14 days [8:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Fans will have fewer opportunities to see the team this summer. The Bills will practice just 14 days, five fewer than a year ago, before breaking camp on Aug. 23. There are 19 practices overall with five double sessions.'

Marker Donahoe receives contract extension [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Wilson would not disclose the length of the extension, only to say, "He's on board for next year (2006). Let's leave it at that."'

Marker Dec. 17 is a stalemate with area fans [5:01 AM]
Lockport Union Sun and Journal reports: 'Which leaves the fan base for both sports to ponder — does the revamped NHL think it can take on the NFL for revenue?'

July 27, 2005

Marker Gandy In-Line For Left Tackle Opening [5:02 PM] reports: '"From the moment I came up there I just saw the commitment to winning from the coaches and the players and I was really taken back by it because it's something I haven't seen in a long time," Gandy said. "I was impressed by their commitment," he said. "That was a big thing for me, just to really feel wanted and be a part of something special."'

Marker Sabres will open new season at home [3:16 PM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: 'A notable conflict occurs on Saturday, Dec. 17 when the Sabres are to host the Pittsburgh Penguins at 7:30. Also on that night, the Buffalo Bills are home to the Denver Broncos at Ralph Wilson Stadium, with kickoff scheduled for 8:30 p.m. A Sabres' official said an attempt was made to re-schedule the game to Pittsburgh, where the Sabres play a night earlier. Due to a previously scheduled event in the Penguins' arena, however, the game could not be switched.'

Marker Buffalo Sabres 2005-2006 Schedule [12:39 PM] reports: Saturday, December 17th:
Penguins @ Sabres 7:30 p.m.
Broncos @ Bills 8:30 p.m.

Marker Bills Memorabilia Display at Toy Town Museum [10:04 AM] reports: 'The Toy Town Museum and the Buffalo Bills will team up to open a new exhibit on the history of the Bills organization. It will be on display from August, 2005 to March, 2006. The exhibit highlights the Buffalo Bills from their first training camp in East Aurora in 1960 to the new millennium.'

Marker With extension, Donahoe in full control [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"He's done a good job," Wilson said. "He had to clean out, just like Tennessee has done now. He had to get rid of all those high-priced guys, and it takes awhile. The drafting is good. He's done a good job in free agency. . . . It's a smoothly run, compact organization. It's well-organized."'

Marker Taking their best shot [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Since 2002, the Bills have sponsored approximately 36 high school athletes from the Buffalo and Rochester areas, paying the $1,500 it costs to join the association.'

Marker Special Teams Looks For Repeat Performance [7:34 AM] reports: 'Can a special teams unit that was dominant in scoring five touchdowns in 2004 improve? Special teams coach Bobby April thinks they can. They are returning almost all their players and are actually adding one very explosive weapon.'

Marker Donahoe Has Extension [7:34 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'According to the report, Donahoe was granted a contract extension late last year, and it's believed to run through 2007.'

Marker Gotta watch 4 things at camp [6:04 AM]
WIVB-TV reports: '.P. Losman is going to be everyone’s focal point at training camp. What I’m going to be watching for is his command. With all the talk about his incredible off-season of hard work and studying, I will be watching to see if that can be translated to his performance on the field.'

Marker Bills Come To Terms With 6th Round Pick [6:03 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'The 6'3, 322 pounder started 43 games in college.'

July 26, 2005

Marker Bills agree to terms with OL Geisinger [9:39 PM]
AP reports: 'Selected 197th overall out of Vanderbilt, Geisinger started 43 games during a four-year college career. He has experience playing at all three line positions, but is projected to play guard or center with the Bills.'

Marker Bills Agree to Terms with Geisinger [9:39 PM] reports: 'Geisinger, an offensive lineman, started all 43 games that he appeared in over his four years at Vanderbilt. Recognized as one of the finest trap blockers in the country, the 6-3, 322 lbs. lineman earned All-SEC honors as a junior. Geisinger was selected team captain for the Commodores as a junior and senior.'

Marker Big Battle Set for Starting DT Job [5:02 PM] reports: 'So how are the Bills planning to replace Williams? Well, it may not be with one person, but two.'

Marker Hansen to host sportsmanship camp in Fargo [4:12 PM]
Wahpeton Daily News reports: 'Former Buffalo Bills star, NDSU football standout and Oakes native Phil Hansen will host his Sportsmanship Kamp for Kids August 2 at the South High School complex in Fargo.'

Marker Living a dream [10:49 AM]
Reading Eagle reports: '“Until I'm told differently, my mindset is that I'm going to compete at left guard,” said Tucker. “I know they signed Bennie, but I'm still going to give everything I have to earn that starting job. As far as me moving to center or some other position, that's something they would have to decide based on what happens at other positions. But my mindset is the same as it is every training camp, which is that I want to earn a starting job for opening day.”'

Marker Bills defense aims for 'legendary' tag [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"We want to make sure nothing happens to our starters, but if it does can the other guys hold up?" Gray said. "That's what we need to find out. I don't want to see them play against second-team guys because they're on that level. I want to see them step up against opponents' starters because you don't want any part of your defense to take a hit with a young guy because of his inexperience."'

Marker 2005 Green Bay vs. Buffalo Scrimmage [7:13 AM] reports: '8 p.m. -- NFL Preseason Scrimmage: 2005 Green Bay vs. Buffalo Scrimmage - The Buffalo Bills visit Lambeau Field on Packer Night to take on Green Bay in front of a capacity crowd for the first-ever televised preseason scrimmage on the NFL Network.'

Marker Sportservice Has Jobs Openings for Bills Games [5:38 AM]
WGRZ-TV reports: 'The Delaware North subsidiary is looking for people to fill a variety of positions. Those include servers for suites, clubs and catering, food and beverage runners for clubs, supervisors, sous chefs, porters, stand attendants, kitchen prep and those with any type of cooking experience.'

Marker Defense Looks To Dominate [5:37 AM] reports: 'The defensive unit of the Bills has been very solid the past two years as they finished both the 2003 and 2004 season ranked second in the league. The unit will have the same scheme under the tutelage of Jerry Gray for the third year in a row and they return 10 of 11 starters. That is a recipe for continued success but the players are not resting on their laurels.'

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