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Buffalo Bills News - April 26, 2005

Marker Gause among Bills' signings [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills don't comment on undrafted free agents who haven't signed contracts yet. The players the Bills have agreed in principle on contracts with will sign when they get to town.'

Marker Bad answers by Donahoe, Miami guys [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It was Donahoe's job to get a deal done. He overplayed his hand. The draft is done and the market for running backs has been significantly weakened. At least for the time being, the Bills are stuck with Henry, a diminished asset who has demanded a trade and says he will not play in Buffalo again.'

Marker More than draft defines Bills’ roster [7:31 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“We’ve got to be careful with numbers because we can only sign so many guys. We might be talking to five receivers knowing we can only sign two so we say to all five, ‘Look, it’s really first-come, first served.’ As soon as we get a guy, we might be out of the market for a receiver. So it’s a hectic time, but it’s a fun time.”'

Marker Bills still hopeful for Henry solution [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'At this juncture, it may be in Buffalo's best interest to wait until summer when teams suffer training camp injuries and may be forced to find another back. That could give the Bills some negotiating leverage in a league now crawling with running backs.'

Marker No trade for Henry likely now [5:00 AM]
Nashville Tennessean reports: 'The Titans entered the picture over the weekend and were willing to give up a draft pick for Henry, but the Bills didn't think it was a high enough pick. Fisher wouldn't go into specifics about the talks.'

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April 25, 2005

Marker Losman should be beneficiary of bolstered Bills' offense [9:53 PM]
AP reports: '''Usually, young quarterbacks get thrown in on bad teams and it complicates their adjustment period,'' Donahoe said, following the draft. ''But J.P. has some good people around him. And hopefully, he won't feel and the coaches won't feel it's all on his shoulders.'''

Marker Undrafted Northeastern star heads to Buffalo Bills minicamp [9:52 PM]
AP reports: '"I'm going to have to work hard to get a spot," Ezekiel said Monday. "It's pretty much a tryout for me. I have to prove myself all over again, which is fine with me."'

Marker Buffalo Bills Scout Doug Majeski Gives Evaluation of Newly Drafted Duke Preston [9:51 PM]
FightingIllini.com reports: 'On selecting Preston in a large pool of potential centers: This is a guy that we've liked for a long time. We brought him in here to meet with our coaches after the combine and his personality and intelligence really impressed them.'

Marker Five Bulldogs Sign NFL Free Agent Contracts [4:25 PM]
GoBulldogs.com reports: 'The Dallas Cowboys signed three former Bulldogs, kicker Brett Visintainer, tight end Duncan Reid and defensive end Claude Sanders. Tight end Stephen Spach joined the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles and cornerback Therrian Fontenot signed with the Buffalo Bills.'

Marker Athletic Everett More than Just a TE [3:23 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Everett fits in with the latest trend in the NFL, a sleek, fast, pass catcher who can get open down field. Some scouts even compare him to Antonio Gates of the San Diego Chargers.'

Marker Speedy WR Parrish Expected to Contribute [2:37 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"I think he has the ability to make big plays anytime he touches the ball," said Bills Head Coach Mike Mularkey. "It's a rare thing when you can find a guy that has that kind of speed with the quicks."'

Marker Bears' call pleases Orton [11:02 AM]
Lafayette Journal and Courier reports: '"The Bills made it real easy," Goldsberry said. "The situation to compete was better and they offered me significantly more money. It worked out that the Lord took care of me today."'

Marker Huskie football shut out in draft [10:58 AM]
DeKalb Daily Chronicle reports: 'Tight end Brad Cieslak was picked up by the Buffalo Bills immediately after the draft. There was a chance to be drafted in the fifth round. "It worked out perfectly," said Cieslak. "They told me if that I was still available after the draft they would go after me. They told me that they were in need of a physical tight end who loves to play in the trenches." Cieslak won't be alone in his journey to Buffalo as cornerback Rob Lee also signed with the team.'

Marker Bills add reinforcements for Losman [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'A young quarterback needs to get the ball out of his hands quickly. With their first two picks, the Bills gave Losman a slot receiver and a tight end they think will be instant targets.'

Marker Bills banking on offensive improvement [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Maybe, but it's more likely the defense will fall off a bit and allow more yards and points. An improved offense will have to score more to compensate, which might be exactly what they have in mind.'

Marker Henry trade becomes tougher [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Donahoe is still optimistic that a trade can happen, and he might have a willing partner in the Philadelphia Eagles.'

Marker Preston's proud of his NFL bloodlines [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'He is a physical run blocker and was outstanding as a pass protector at Illinois. He allowed only one sack in his last two college seasons, which should make Bills quarterback J.P. Losman happy.'

Marker Gause gets cold shoulder in draft [7:25 AM]
Myrtle Beach Sun News reports: '"I got my choice, which is better for me," Gause said. "My agent talked to a couple of other teams, but the Bills made a better offer and they didn't draft anybody at my position." The Bills currently have just four defensive ends on their roster, the senior of which has only four years of NFL experience.'

Marker Four area products sign free-agent deals [7:23 AM]
Reno Gazette Journal reports: 'Grogan noted the draft meant good news for two former Pack players who he represents, Daryl Towns and Jorge Cordova. Buffalo did not select any linebackers in the draft, which gives Towns, who spent last year on the Bills practice squad, a better chance of making the team.'

Marker Bills address need at No. 3 WR with Parrish [7:13 AM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: 'The selection of Parrish seems to indicate the Bills' displeasure with their current crop of receivers looking to fill the No. 3 role, most notably Josh Reed, a second-round pick in 2002, and Sam Aiken, a fourth-rounder in ’03. Parrish also will further strengthen the Bills' top-rated special teams, giving them a punt returner who is a threat to take it all the way each time he catches the ball. They already have a kick returner in Terrence McGee who poses the same threat on kickoffs, with McGee having returned three kicks for touchdowns in 2004.'

Marker Inside slant [7:04 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'The team's defense, ranked No. 2 in the NFL two years running but growing older and suffering a hit at defensive tackle with the loss of free agent Pat Williams (Minnesota), was especially neglected.'

Marker Strategy and personnel [7:03 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Coaxing Matthews back is a coup for the Bills.'

Marker Notes, quotes [7:02 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Had the Bills hung onto their 2004 first-round pick, they would've chosen 20th overall. As it turns out, they would've had the chance the select Cal's Aaron Rodgers, the second-ranked quarterback who went to Green Bay at 24.'

Marker Did steps help Patriots, AFC East foes keep up? [6:35 AM]
Boston Globe reports: 'The Bills did, however, succeed in achieving a major objective -- adding speed to bolster the league's 27th-ranked passing game. They got that with two University of Miami players, wide receiver Roscoe Parrish and tight end Kevin Everett.'

Marker Henry scenario not a dead deal [6:21 AM]
Philadelphia Daily News reports: 'Yet, they haven't traded for Henry, which would seem to fuel suspicions that their involvement with Buffalo has a lot to do with trying to get Brian Westbrook to sign a long-term contract at a number they can accept. If the Eagles trade for Henry, who has a year left on his contract, they are said to be ready to sign him to a long-term deal, which would pretty much shut the door on one with Westbrook. The Eagles have offered Westbrook a 1-year restricted free-agent tender, for $1.43 million. He hasn't signed it.'

Marker Eagles have some issues heading into camp [6:20 AM]
Allentown Morning Call reports: 'No one completed a trade for Buffalo Bills running back Travis Henry, and Reid continued to leave open the possibility his team would make such a move despite selecting Louisiana Tech tailback Ryan Moats with the 77th pick. ''We're probably OK right now, [but] we haven't completely pulled out of the other deal [for Henry],'' Reid said after the Eagles finished making their 11th and final draft pick of 2005.'

Marker Suspense ends early for Illinois' Preston [5:58 AM]
Chicago Sun Times reports: 'The Bills' Jim McNally is one of the most respected line coaches in the league, and Preston could be groomed to replace Trey Teague as soon as the 2006 season. "I think it's going to be a real good opportunity to play,'' Preston said. "I'm real confident.'''

Marker Bills Ink Two Free Agents [5:50 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'The club will announce its full list on Monday, but two players known to be signed are Purdue FB John Goldsberry and Wisconsin safety Jim Leonhard. Goldsberry was an inside linebacker when he came to Purdue. Leonhard is a good punt returner.'

Marker Bills Team Report [5:47 AM]
The Sporting News reports: 'The decision not to draft defensive tackles is a ringing endorsement of Tim Anderson, who is the favorite to replace Pat Williams (Vikings), and top backup Ron Edwards.'

Marker 1st Dane drafted [5:44 AM]
Albany Times Union reports: 'Gudmundsen, who is 6-foot-6, 315 pounds, signed with the Bills less than an hour after the draft ended after a phone call from Bills offensive line coach Jim McNally, who had dinner with Gudmundsen on Easter Sunday. They first met a few years ago, when McNally was a Giants' assistant and Gudmundsen was working as a security guard at the team's training camp at UAlbany. "He's a legend in his field," Gudmundsen said. "I told him I'd be playing for him one day."'

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