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Buffalo Bills News - March 11, 2001

Marker Fate led Flutie to NFL, Bolts [10:53 AM]
North County Times reports: 'It appears that Buffalo is happy with its QB pick ---- San Diego is ecstatic.'

Marker Williams wants Bills to start shaping up now [8:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'In his letter to the players, Williams made it clear that he wasn't impressed by their 41-percent participation in offseason workouts a year ago. He said he expected everyone here this time - not just for minicamp but the 16-week offseason. He was especially tough on the offensive linemen.'

Marker Marv Levy spurs a foul shot [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Perhaps it's inevitable. Lose four consecutive Super Bowls and even the coaches of girls high school basketball teams in California will invoke the Buffalo Bills as what not to emulate.'

Marker Bills expect no no-shows [6:45 AM]
D and C reports: '"There was speculation (in the media) that there would be a small turnout, but that's not what I expected," Williams said. "I expect 100 percent and I thought the guys would be excited, just like they are. They can't wait to get started."'

Marker Kelly's impact makes him the top QB in Bills history [6:43 AM]
D and C reports: 'Here are my top five...Jim Kelly...Joe Ferguson...Jack Kemp...Doug Flutie...Frank Reich...'.

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March 10, 2001

Marker Chargers Look Up to Flutie [7:09 PM]
Los Angeles Times reports: '"I guess you need someone you believe is going to be the guy, and, for me, it's a situation I've been looking for for 17 years."'

Marker Meet our new DC Jerry Gray [2:17 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Did somebody say agressive? "...if the quarterback isn't throwing, ducking or running after a count of three after the ball is snapped, he has too much time."

Marker Flutie signs with Chargers as starter [11:04 AM]
North County Times reports: 'Since free agency signing period started on March 2, the Chargers have issued contracts worth an estimated $100 million. Or, roughly, the same number of people predicting the diminutive Flutie, 38, would never survive in the NFL.'

Marker Flutie gives Turner a lot of options for game plans [11:03 AM]
North County Times reports: '"Everyone gets caught up in Doug's mobility, and that is a big part of the way he plays,'' Turner said. "But he is a very, very good passer. He does a good job throwing from the pocket."'

Marker Diminutive QB: A huge addition [11:02 AM]
North County Times reports: 'Flutie is more than just a piece of the puzzle here. He looks to be a perfect fit.'

Marker A far cry from when Leaf blew in from Vegas [10:20 AM]
San Diego Union Tribune reports: 'With Leaf, the Chargers hoped they had a quarterback. With Flutie, they know.'

Marker Chargers counting on charismatic QB to give the team a winning direction [10:16 AM]
San Diego Union Tribune reports: 'Chargers director of ticket sales Jerry McBurney said that as a result of the Flutie signing the club sold about 100 new season tickets yesterday. "The phones have been ringing off the hook and the lobby has been full of people," McBurney said.'

Marker Ex-Titan Robertson says he’ll likely end up going to Raiders or Bills [9:46 AM]
Nashville Tennessean reports: 'Former Titans safety Marcus Robertson said last night that while several teams have shown interest in his services he’d like to wind up in either the Oakland Raiders or Buffalo Bills. He plans to visit both cities next week.'

Marker Flutie ready to work magic with Chargers [9:03 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"The people of Buffalo, the fan support that I had there, the organization, the players on the team, it was just a great, great three years and a lot of fun," Flutie said.'

Marker RB Smith gets to prove himself again [7:41 AM]
D and C reports: 'And Antowain Smith, who lost his starting job last season, asked to be traded and was expected to be a salary-cap victim but survived last week's cuts, is part of new coach Gregg Williams' plans.'

Marker QB controversy could follow Flutie to San Diego [7:40 AM]
D and C reports: 'One potential problem for Doug Flutie in San Diego: The Chargers want him to start for next season but he says he has three or four good years left in him as an effective NFL QB.'

Marker Flutie takes charge in San Diego [7:39 AM]
Boston Globe reports: 'One of the most beloved players in New England history, the former Natick and Boston College star fielded calls from Atlanta, Carolina, Kansas City, and Miami, but decided sunny Southern California was his best option.'

Marker Tip sheet: Chargers have plans set with Flutie, Vick [7:38 AM]
CBS Sportsline reports: 'SportsLine.com has learned that the six-year contract that Doug Flutie signed with the team on Friday is structured more as a two-year deal. On paper, the contract is believed to be worth $28 million to $30 million, but is severely backloaded, with the final four years averaging somewhere in the area of $5 million annually.'

Marker Flutie signing energizes Chargers [7:37 AM]
AP reports: 'Flutie's pretty excited, too, notwithstanding his $30.3 million, six-year deal that includes a $3 million signing bonus.'

Marker Redskins sign long snapper [7:36 AM]
AP reports: 'The Washington Redskins on Friday signed lineman and long snapper Ethan Albright from the Buffalo Bills.'

March 9, 2001

Marker Flutie signing energizes Chargers [7:45 PM]
AP reports: 'Although neither side would discuss specifics, the contract is believed to be in $28 million to $30 million range, similar to what Brad Johnson got from Tampa Bay and Elvis Grbac got from Baltimore. The signing bonus is believed to be about $3 million.'

Marker Bills allocate Roth, Hulsey to NFL Europe [7:42 PM]
AP reports: 'The Buffalo Bills allocated fullback Josh Roth and guard Corey Hulsey to NFL Europe on Friday.'

Marker Chargers sign QB Flutie to six-year deal [2:18 PM]
Sportsticker reports: '"He's been a winner. That is the realm of a quarterback. That is what its all about," Chargers coach Mike Riley said. "He has won football games."'

Marker Flutie, Chargers agree to deal [2:06 PM]
AP reports: 'Even before signing Flutie, Butler had spent $71.6 million on defensive free agents Wiley and cornerbacks Ryan McNeil and Alex Molden.'

Marker Chargers can taste victory: Flutie's in fold [10:09 AM]
San Diego Union Tribune reports: 'Grocery stores should begin stocking up on Flutie Flakes, since that breakfast cereal figures to be a hit in San Diego now that free-agent quarterback Doug Flutie has agreed in principle to a contract with the Chargers.'

Marker Flutie close to deal with Bolts [10:09 AM]
North County Times reports: 'It appears free-agent Doug Flutie is the man being asked to resurrect the Chargers' tepid offense, as sources confirmed his agent, Kristen Kuliga was to arrive in San Diego late Thursday night.'

Marker Chargers still waiting for right quarterback [10:08 AM]
North County Times reports: 'Flutie is expected in Kansas City Sunday night to give the Chiefs a serious look...Even if K.C. is an alternative, will Flutie's loyalty to Chargers executives John Butler and A.J. Smith ---- for giving his NFL career CPR in 1998 ---- sway him toward San Diego?'

Marker Johnson keeps good works to himself [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Rob is very understated and that may be why our community has underestimated his role and his involvement," Kahn said. "He has an innate understanding that sometimes media can exploit sick kids. We don't want to put our kids on display and Rob understands that. And he doesn't want that. He wants to do it in a quiet way that's meaningful."'

Marker Report: Flutie to sign with San Diego Chargers [6:12 AM]
AP reports: '...the team would hold a news conference Friday to announce the signing.'

Marker Flutie charges forward [6:06 AM]
Metro West Daily News reports: 'Financial terms of the agreement have not been revealed but it could be a six-year deal for the 38-year-old Flutie, who was released last week by the Buffalo Bills.'

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