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Buffalo Bills News - July 1, 2002

Marker Weekly "Where Are They Now" Feature [2:36 PM] reports: Have you ever wondered what happens to NFL players when their playing days are done? What former Bills would you like to hear from?

Marker NFL Europe: Frankfurt Galaxy Season Review [2:35 PM] reports: For the first six weeks of the season, Doug Graber's side was the league's powerhouse, compiling a 5-1 record on the back of Joe Hamilton's passing, Curtis Alexander's rushing and a top-ranked defense.

Marker The Buffalo Bills And Gatorade Team-Up To Quench Thirst In The Community [2:34 PM] reports: The Buffalo Bills and Gatorade have joined forces for the third consecutive year to bring the Bills Gatorade Junior Training Camps to area youth organizations. This year, ten youth programs, comprised of various Boys and Girls Clubs and YMCA's from the Buffalo area, will be visited by the colorful Bills Gatorade Junior Training Camp truck; approximately 700 youth are to participate.

Marker July Wallpaper on [10:49 AM] reports: Show your pride by putting the Bills on your computer's desktop. The July wallpaper featuring Peerless Price is now available!

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June 30, 2002

Marker DaShon says thanks [5:36 PM]
Los Angeles Daily News reports: '"It's my way of saying thank you and giving back a little bit," Polk said. "I'm no big-time superstar or anything, but you know, when I was a kid, I don't remember anyone from the NFL coming around to do anything for us, and we could have all benefited from something like that. So even though it's just going to be me and some of my friends, hopefully this is just one day some kids can be a part of something good. One day when they can avoid trouble."'

June 29, 2002

Marker Kelly Krunch unveiled [6:17 AM]
D and C reports: 'As part of the deal, proceeds from the cereal's sale will go toward Hunter's Hope, a charity Kelly founded in honor of his son Hunter, who suffers from the deadly Krabbe's disease.'

June 28, 2002

Marker Kelly Krunch Cereal [8:21 PM]
PLB Sports reports: 'Available exclusively at Tops Friendly Markets, and'

Marker Kelly Krunch debuts [8:20 PM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'The former Bills' quarterback, Jim Kelly unveiled his new cereal today...Kelly Krunch.'

Marker Mike Williams at mandatory rookie symposium [6:21 PM]
CNN/SI reports: "Little, simple stuff that you've overlooked. This is all stuff we didn't have to take care of because our parents took care of you or you got a scholarship and you didn't have to worry about anything," Williams said. "But now it's kind of like we're young men and you've got to pay your bills on time and you've got to be responsible. I'm not saying that none of us are, but we're coming to a different field."

Marker Len Pasquarelli: Bills Still Considering Ahanotu [6:19 PM]
ESPN reports: Apparently reports that the former Buccaneer has already signed a contract with the Atlanta Falcons are incorrect. The Bills front office continues their amazing offseason by pursuing depth and experience for the most questioned area left to address.

Marker Vic Carucci: Development Coordinators Play Key Role [1:45 PM] reports: Paul Lancaster, the Director of Player Programs for the Bills, works closely with the players and oversees the ares of continuing education, family assistance, financial planning, and post-football career development.

Marker AFC East: 'Super' Patriots stay on top [10:43 AM]
ESPN reports: I had a hard time picking the Buffalo Bills last, but they are in a strong division. I know Gregg Williams feels good about his team. They had several new players last year. Now they have added Bledsoe, who I think is a steal. He gives them instant credibility at QB and makes the Bills a completely different team offensively. If Moulds doesn't catch 100 balls, I'll be shocked. The Bills defense runs around and has very physical corners. They will win seven-plus games and could easily win 10 games and battle for first place.

Marker Dr. Z: A comprehensive breakdown of the AFC's hired help [9:06 AM]
CNN/SI reports: Call it a great offseason if the Bledsoe trade works out and the O-line is sturdy enough to give him time to get the ball downfield.

Marker Jackson arrested in Illinois [9:06 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Buffalo Bills tight end Sheldon Jackson was arrested Wednesday near Moline, Ill., on charges of driving with a suspended license and possessing less than 2.5 grams of marijuana. Both charges are misdemeanors.'

Marker Bills' TE busted for marijuana in Henry County [9:05 AM]
Moline Dispatch reports: (See bottom of page, paid subscription required)
'If convicted of the Class C misdemeanor drug charge, Jackson could face up to 30 days in the Henry County Jail and fines up to $1,000.'

Marker Patriots' run gives AFC East teams hope [5:21 AM]
ESPN reports: 'For years, Belichick always felt he had the defensive schemes to contain Bledsoe, so trading him to Buffalo doesn't scare him in their home-and-home series. But if Bledsoe gets hot, he will easily elevate the Bills to a respectable record and make them a threat.'

June 27, 2002

Marker Brown: Bills Release Dangerfield [12:38 PM]
WGR reports: Dangerfield, a 6-5, 212-pound wide receiver that had an injury-plagued college career at LSU where he was a teammate of Bills 2nd round pick Josh Reed. He signed with the Bills as an UFA in the 2002 offseason. He was injured for part of the May and June minicamps and never made an impact despite his imposing size.

Marker Fish looking at ex-Bills CB Donovan Greer [12:33 PM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: The team is looking for another CB who could help inside. They are interested in free-agent CB Donovan Greer, who was cut by the Redskins Friday, and former Dolphin Terrell Buckley, who played for the Super Bowl champion Patriots last season.

Marker Big Mike: A simple mistake can cost you [12:31 PM] reports: After freezing the scene, director Zach Minor invited Williams to demonstrate how he would handle the situation. Williams was the picture of calm, speaking in a soothing voice and, in a matter of about five minutes, managed to resolve the argument peacefully. He even put an arm around the woman after she began to cry, drawing a rousing ovation from his fellow rookies.

Marker Player development coordinators play key role [12:30 PM] reports: "I like to see good things happen to good people, especially the young people on our team," says Cleveland Browns player development coordinator Jerry Butler, who spent seven seasons as a wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills. "I really represent their future, and they represent my past."

Marker Bills Release Dangerfield [9:07 AM] reports: The Bills today announced that the team has released WR Edward Dangerfield.

Marker Bills release two players [5:26 AM]
D and C reports: 'The Buffalo Bills have released tight end Scot Osborne and center Chip Mattingly.'

June 26, 2002

Marker Bills release Osborne, Mattingly [8:35 PM]
AP reports: 'The Buffalo Bills trimmed their depth at tight end, releasing Scot Osborne as well as long-snapper Chip Mattingly on Wednesday.'

Marker Pat Kirwan: It's the second season when a player must make his mark [5:12 PM]
CNN/SI reports: Jonas Jennings, T, Bills (third round): GM Tom Donahoe has discovered another middle-round gem as Jennings is on the fast track to being one of the league's top linemen. Extra bonus: he'll soon be able to line up at any O-line position.

Marker Where are they now: Nate Odomes [3:15 PM] reports: After picking off 12 passes in his first five years with the Bills, during Buffalo’s fourth Super Bowl season in 1993, Odomes co-led the NFL with a career-high nine interceptions and was named to the Pro Bowl for the second straight year.

Marker Bills Make Roster Changes [3:14 PM] reports: The Bills announced today that the team has released TE Scot Osborne and long snapper Chip Mattingly.

Marker Williams: Shanahan Shows The Way [9:42 AM] reports: In the second of three installments, Williams gives his thoughts about a speech by Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan on what it takes to make his team and succeed in the NFL, and what he has learned from sessions dealing with credit theft and finances.

June 25, 2002

Marker Richard Arnold given award [4:32 PM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: Richard Arnold, corporate executive chef at Rich Products Corp., was named Chef of the Year by the American Culinary Federation of Greater Buffalo. He was honored for contributions to events like the Festival of Trees and coordinating pumpkin carving at Buffalo Bills home games.

Marker Bushbaum: Bills make underrated signing by inking Johnson [4:29 PM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: Includes a pretty good rip of Eric Moulds. Johnson was cut in February after one season with the Patriots, having made 14 catches for 133 yards and one touchdown — the lowest numbers of his career.

Marker Introducing The New Jills Cheerleading Director… [3:54 PM] reports: Stephanie enters her first year as the Buffalo Jills Cheerleading Director. However, she's no stranger to the Jills exceptional cheerleading program. Ask her a question by writing to

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