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Buffalo Bills News - July 2, 2005

Marker Jaguars are top suitor for Buffalo RB Henry [5:46 AM]
Nashville Tennessean reports: '"In a month it certainly could impact things," Titans General Manager Floyd Reese said. "It sounds like (Taylor) just started (testing his knee) and they are going to wait and see where he ends up. "I think in Buffalo's situation, they can certainly wait and see what happens there, too. They have a fall back, which would be us, and now it is a matter of getting something else."'

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July 1, 2005

Marker All systems go for Greer in Buffalo [5:02 AM]
Jackson Sun reports: 'To make the playoffs this season, Greer said the Bills will have to ''improve upon the minor parts of the game, like third downs and getting takeaways.'' Second-year quarterback J.P. Losman - groomed to be the starter after the Bills released Drew Bledsoe earlier this year - is ''a young Steve Young because of his mobility,'' Greer said.'

June 30, 2005

Marker Bills Ink A Kicker [10:33 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Baker was signed out of Southern Oregon by Oakland. He was waived in training camp, but re-signed with the Raiders in January. He was cut in March.'

Marker Bills sign K Baker [10:33 PM]
AP reports: 'He has experience at place-kicking and punting, leading the NAIA in averaging 43.8 yards per punt in 2003. The Bills have two kickers on their roster, and Baker is expected to provide relief in training camp for Buffalo's incumbent punter Brian Moorman.'

Marker Burris Heads Down New Career Path [3:28 PM] reports: '"We were in the airport and we were heading home," Burris said. "And I was kind of in a crossroads of what I wanted to do in my career … and I saw Scott in the airport." It was none other than Burris' old friend, Scott Berchtold, the Bills' Vice President/Communications.'

Marker Bills Sign K/P Steve Baker [3:27 PM] reports: 'He re-signed with Oakland at the beginning of 2005 and was allocated to NFL Europe before being released by the Raiders on 3/21/05.'

Marker 3 Bills' home games nearly sold out [12:36 PM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: 'Fans purchasing season tickets receive an average discount of over 15% off of the individual game price.'

Marker Bills tickets on sale July 16 [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills say only single seats are available for games against Houston (Sept. 11), Atlanta (Sept. 25) and Miami (Oct. 9).'

June 29, 2005

Marker Bills Individual Game Tickets On Sale July 16 [3:52 PM] reports: 'The Bills today announced that fans will be able to purchase individual game tickets for 2005 home games starting on Saturday, July 16 at 9:00 AM.'

Marker Burris Added to Bills Radio Network [9:33 AM] reports: 'The Bills selected Burris with the 27th pick in the 1994 NFL Draft. The Notre Dame product was a four-year letter winner for the Irish and earned his degree in management. Burris is originally from Rock Hill, S.C. where he was a Parade All-American at Northwestern High School. He and his wife Lisa, a Buffalo native, have two children, Sienna and Jaden, and a number of family members in the Buffalo area including Aunt Julie Mae Kennedy.'

Marker Former Buffalo Bills cornerback joins radio team [8:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"We think that it gives credibility to the position because he's played and been on the sidelines," said Scott Berchtold, the Bills vice president for communications. "Any time you can get a former player, it makes it more interesting for fans to hear what he sees because he's been there."'

June 27, 2005

Marker Sophomore Approach for Bills Coach [4:42 PM] reports: '"I'm not as fatigued as I was last year," Mularkey said. "A lot of that was because there was a lot to do with the staff, the draft, the camps … there's just a lot to do. And I was prepared for most of it. But there was still more than I had anticipated, and I could just tell physically I have a little more energy now than I did a year ago. I've also been getting home a little earlier than I have been (now that the Bills' Organized Team Activities have ended) and touching up on some little things in the office here that I can do this year that I couldn't do last year, because I was still going 90 [miles an hour]."'

Marker Teen inspired to aid Hunter's Hope [11:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Corigliano met up with the Kellys and Hunter's Hope Foundation after working as a volunteer on the terminally ill floor of Women and Children's Hospital, she said.'

June 26, 2005

Marker AFC EAST: Key questions heading into camp [9:34 PM]
Fox Sports reports: 'Actually, this is a playoff team for sure if Losman can avoid being the Buffalo Bust.'

Marker Bills Team Report [7:52 PM]
The Sporting News reports: 'The Bills' relative free agent inactivity is not surprising. Because of their salary cap situation, they had no desire to make a big splash on the open market like they have the previous three seasons. They also didn't attack free agency hard because they don't think there are many holes on the roster. The Bills are always looking for players who will make them better, but they are willing to stand pat because they believe they have the personnel needed to make a strong run to the postseason.'

Marker Jags situation could be Taylor-made for Henry [9:08 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Injured star Fred Taylor is scheduled to intensify the rehabilitation work on his injured knee in the next couple of weeks. If it responds well, the Jaguars are set at the position and will be feeling good about making a serious run for a playoff spot this season. If it doesn't respond well, their interest in Buffalo running back Travis Henry probably will increase.'

Marker Inside slant [6:14 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Coach Mike Mularkey has scheduled a team-high of four night practices for training camp, a decision that's filled with so many positives it's hard to believe NFL teams don't practice every day under the lights in the summertime. In addition to it being a safer time to work out and beat the effects of heat, night workouts tend to be more spirited and more productive. From the marketing end, more fans can attend without having to skip work. Translation: more merchandise and concession stand sales.'

Marker Notes, quotes [6:13 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: '"J.P. needs to make friends with those five starting linemen as soon as he can. On the field he has to let his blockers know where he'll be. I played with two different types of quarterbacks. With Jim Kelly, you knew where he would be because he couldn't move around that much. With Doug Flutie, you never knew where he was going to be." - Bills Wall of Fame center Kent Hull, talking about what new QB J.P. Losman needs to do to be successful.'

June 24, 2005

Marker Joe D: Sure to catch your interest [11:42 AM]
Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal reports: 'One last thing. This man who “has it all” is also a co-sponsor of an orphanage in Matamoros, Mexico, just across the river from Brownsville, Texas. “We feed and educate them, and we’re just gettin’ started.”'

Marker Dad J.D. turned his life around [9:11 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'A one-time all-pro receiver with the Buffalo Bills, the father of Argos rookie running back Hakim Hill knows a thing or two about how drugs and alcohol can affect a family. J.D. Hill battled drug and alcohol problems during Hakim's childhood, and acknowledges that his problems took a toll on his youngest son, who has had his own brushes with the law. "A lot of things that happened with Hakim were because his dad wasn't in the right place spiritually and emotionally," J.D. Hill said. "I take some responsibility for it ... I wasn't as stable as I should have been."'

June 23, 2005

Marker UK Bills Backers Growing at Rapid Pace [12:14 PM] reports: '"I didn't really know the sport by then, so a couple of graduate students from the University at Buffalo took time out from drinking beer to talk me through the action. I knew about Jim Kelly and Randall Cunningham - but they told be about all of the great players in Buffalo. Thurman Thomas, Andre Reed, Bruce Smith, Cornelius Bennett and more. I was hooked."'

Marker Bills 2005 Tennis Futures Tournament [12:13 PM] reports: 'The Buffalo Bills and WGRZ-TV Channel 2 present the 2005 Tennis Futures Tournament held at the Village Glen Tennis and Fitness Club in Williamsville, NY for the fourth year in a row. The tournament begins with a qualifying round this Saturday and ends with the final round on Sunday, July 3.'

Marker If a Titan, Henry can be an asset [5:01 AM]
Nashville Tennessean reports: 'In what is considered by most a rebuilding year after significant salary cap losses, can the Titans afford Henry? If the Titans truly believe they can be competitive for a playoff spot, they can't afford not to have Travis Henry.'

June 22, 2005

Marker Camp In Sight: No Setbacks [10:23 AM] reports: '"We've given them a workout program designed for four of the six weeks so they can get away for a couple of weeks and recharge their batteries," said Mularkey. "The hard part is keeping them focused on football. We want them studying by bringing their notes home and keeping up with that. It's part of being a disciplined player."'

Marker Burns to hold camp [5:44 AM]
Thomasville Times Enterprise reports: '“We’ll have a nice day for them, do some fundamentals for them and teach the basic stuff,” said Burns, who added that football was just a small part of his camp. He hopes to enhance kids’ attitudes and help them believe they can do anything.'

June 21, 2005

Marker Veteran QB Matthews Understands Role [9:15 AM] reports: '"Well, one reason [I came back] is I really like this organization. I like the coaching staff. And it's probably one of the most talented teams I've ever been on," Matthews said during the Bills' final week of Organized Team Activities. "I think we have a chance to definitely get in the playoffs and make some noise. I don't know if this is going to be my last year or not, but I really feel like this team has a chance."'

Marker Bills take a gamble, and it's a Gandy [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Gambling on Gandy qualifies as one of the bolder risks of the Tom Donahoe era given the importance of the position, the presence of an untested quarterback and the impatience of a playoff-starved fan base. Gandy wowed no one during four seasons with Chicago, which released him in November convinced he'd never make a suitable transition from Notre Dame guard to pro left tackle.'

June 20, 2005

Marker Losman assuming command of Bills [9:28 PM]
New Orleans Times Picayune reports: '"He's a smart guy. He's been here the whole time, and he's learning," added veteran receiver Eric Moulds. "Of course, I'm not going to sit here and say he's going to be Peyton Manning anytime soon, but he's going to make some plays. He's going to surprise a lot of people."'

Marker Bills Preseason to Be Shown on NFL Network [9:27 PM] reports: 'The Aug. 13 road contest against Indianapolis will air at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 17. The Aug. 20 home contest against Green Bay will air at 4 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 22. The Aug. 26 road contest against Chicago will air at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27. The Sept. 2 home contest against Detroit will air at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 4.'

Marker WR Parrish Turns Heads During OTAs [10:05 AM] reports: '"He made some big plays in third down work," said Mike Mularkey. "He did some of the things we're looking for from him. The more comfortable he gets with his job, I think the more production you're going to see from him."'

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