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Buffalo Bills News - February 11, 2000

Marker Bills manage to keep Washington [7:54 AM]
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Marker Levy happy not to be here [7:53 AM]
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Marker Marino Voids Contract, and Buffalo Releases 3 [7:53 AM]
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Marker Bills release Reed, Thomas and Smith [7:52 AM]
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Marker Bills Release 3 Veterans [7:52 AM]
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Marker Bills' official statement [7:18 AM]
Shout! reports: The Bills made it official with a press release that was released in the late afternoon on Thursday. The Bills had cut Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas and Andre Reed. The moves came so suddenly, it was shocking to most Bills fans.

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February 10, 2000

Marker More mind-blowing moves [5:11 PM]
Shout! reports: The Bills waived Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas and Ted Washington today. In an effort to get under the $62.2 million salary cap, the moves were necessary because the three would not agree to the pay cuts the Bills apparently needed them to accept.

Marker Sentimentality killed the Bills [11:10 AM]
Shout! reports: Bills fans' biggest hope has to be that the team has figured out how to avoid another salary-cap mess like this one. They may seem to be cold, callous, disloyal to their long-term veterans, but perhaps they were too sentimental in the past.

Marker Bills cut Reed; Smith, Thomas may be next [9:12 AM]
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Marker Relieved Reed saw it coming [9:11 AM]
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Marker Reed release may be start of salary purge [9:11 AM]
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Marker Smith, Thomas could follow Reed out [7:12 AM]
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Marker P-R event features Flutie, Williams [7:11 AM]
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Marker Axe awaits Bills' trio? [7:11 AM]
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Marker Bills release Reed, ask Thomas and Smith to take pay cuts [7:11 AM]
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February 9, 2000

Marker Big veteran shakeup? [4:46 PM]
Shout! reports: According to media reports, the Bills have released all-time leading receiver Andre Reed. That's not all. Nose tackle Ted Washington apparently was offered a pay cut, but declined, meaning he will likely be released too. Bruce Smith also refused to take more than a $1 million pay cut, as did Thurman Thomas. All of them could be gone when the free agency period begins on Friday.

Marker Report: Reed gone [4:04 PM]
Shout! reports: According to media reports, the Bills have released all-time leading receiver Andre Reed today. The transaction was expected, especially after Reed openly criticized the organization on his Internet web site days before the Wild Card playoff loss to Tennessee last month.

Marker Butler endures year of personal crisis, trial by salary cap [9:14 AM]
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Marker Buffalo's first fan devotes heart and soul [9:13 AM]
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February 8, 2000

Marker Gash decides to not repeat Miracle [10:38 AM]
The Tennessean reports: Titan Frank Wycheck and two co-conspirators decided to re-enact the "home run throw back" resulting in the Immaculate Deception. However on the last series of the Pro-Bowl game Sam Gash fielded the kick and decided to stick with the original plan and ran it straight up the middle. Do you blame Gash for not wanting to participate in another 'miracle'?

Marker Fish Wrap: Dolphins eyeing Brown [10:37 AM]
Miami Herald reports: Not all Fish fans are clueless - an example is a columnist for the Miami Heresay who thinks Ruben Brown would be a good match for the Fish - they have the cap room, it would improve their running game (do they have one? I don't remember the Dolphins having one for the last 17 years) and it would hurt arch-rival Buffalo.

Marker Rumor: Dolphins eyeing Brown [10:36 AM]
sportstalk.com reports: The Bills have said they are probably not going to be francising Brown; they may want to reconsider that if the Dolphins show serious interest in Brown for it would be a double hit to be facing Brown every year. According to NFLTalk: The Dolphins are said to be very interested in pursuing Bills guard Rueben Brown in free agency. Not only would Brown give Miami a dominating run-blocking interior lineman that they've been lacking for years, but it would also weaken a division rival. Brown, who is an unrestricted free agent, should command a contract anywhere between $4 and $5 million. The Bills said late last week that will probably not be franchising the Pro-Bowler.

Marker Thomas, Reed may be salary cap casualties [7:20 AM]
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February 7, 2000

Marker Decision for Bills all about cap money [6:49 AM]
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Marker Sanders would help Bills, but cap makes it unlikely [6:48 AM]
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February 6, 2000

Marker Bills unlikely to put franchise tag on Brown [9:23 AM]
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Marker Cottrell shrugs off the call that never came [9:22 AM]
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Marker 3rd Hunter's Day hails tiny fighter [9:22 AM]
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February 4, 2000

Marker 49ers notebook [9:33 AM]
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Marker Buffalo fall guy back on his feet with the 49ers [9:33 AM]
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