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Buffalo Bills News - November 25, 2004

Marker For Bledsoe, there’s no time like the past [6:29 AM]
Tacoma News Tribune reports: 'The Bills have struggled on the road this season. “It’ll be nice to get back out there,” said Bledsoe, who has done some offseason wine tasting in the state the past couple of years, “but I also know that it will be a hostile environment.”'

Marker April drives Bills 'Special Forces' [5:03 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"That guy is crazy. He was excited," Clements said. "I saw him putting stuff on the board, and he said I was going to get one. I told him, 'OK, I'm going to hit it up there hard.' And I did."'

Marker Fans get free sideline pass [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"When you're in the stands or watching on TV, you don't get a full feel for what the impact on a kickoff is like. As long as we keep the fans in a place where they're safe and they don't get run over by somebody, and as long as they're not throwing stuff at us, it could be an interesting experience for some people."'

Marker One fateful play [5:01 AM]
Seattle Post Intelligencer reports: 'It was Sept. 20, 1992, and the New England Patriots were driving for a possible game-winning touchdown.'

Marker Big Poppa knows his business [5:00 AM]
Seattle Times reports: 'Adams is even scheduling interviews to discuss his Everett team during his trip with the Bills to play the Seahawks on Sunday. "He's pretty hands-on," said Lisa Balmes, a longtime friend whom Adams hired as the Hawks' vice president of operations and business development. "He likes to know all of the daily details. He's more hands-on than what your normal owner would be. Hopefully, he'll relax about that."'

Marker Lindell gets his kicks with Buffalo [4:59 AM]
Seattle Times reports: '"I wasn't thinking I was going anywhere," Lindell said. "I bought a house in Sammamish." But the signing bonus Buffalo offered was guaranteed, proof that the Bills were committed to making Lindell their kicker. "Why wouldn't I sign?" he said.'

Marker Sunday is homecoming for many Bills [4:58 AM]
Everett Herald reports: '"They are the last team I haven't played in the NFL," said Milloy, who spent his first seven seasons with the New England Patriots. "When you have a chance to come home to play where you have your friends and your family, it's just an extra bonus."'

Marker Bills Coach Mike Mularkey interview [4:57 AM] reports: 'Q: How would you characterize Bledsoe’s season?
Mularkey: “You know, he has been more efficient probably at home and I think he has recognized that and has not on the road. He’s been around long enough that he doesn’t need someone like me or Sam Wyche to remind him that he is a true professional. He has given us a chance to win in most of the games that we’ve played.”'

Marker Bills QB Drew Bledsoe interview [4:56 AM] reports: 'Q: What have the last few years been like for you?
Bledsoe: “When you play this game, and particularly this position, it's always going to be a little bit of a roller coaster. You’re going to have some dramatic ups and dramatic downs. The last few years it seems like there has been more downs then ups. At the same time I’m still excited about playing the game. I still really enjoy what I’m doing. I still feel like it’s just a tremendous privilege to play this game and to still be able to do it at the age of 32 is about the coolest thing I can think of. In spite of some hard times that we’ve been through as a team, and that I’ve been through on the field personally, I still come to work everyday excited about what’s going on and what I’m doing and look forward to every game.”'

Marker Thursday's Seattle Coverage [4:55 AM] reports:
One fateful play (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Go 2 Guy (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Seahawks Slant (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Big Poppa knows his business (Seattle Times)
Lindell gets his kicks with Buffalo (Seattle Times)
Nothing special about Rice's hands (Everett Herald)
Hasselbeck's charley horse keeps improving (Everett Herald)
Sunday is homecoming for many Bills (Everett Herald)
For Bledsoe, there’s no time like the past (Tacoma News Tribune)
Bills' Milloy, Bledsoe get to come home (Bremerton Sun)
Seattle signs new punter after rookie struggles (AP)
Wednesday Seahawks Wrap (
Michael Boulware Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week (
Mike Holmgren's Wednesday press conference (
Bills Coach Mike Mularkey interview (
Bills QB Drew Bledsoe interview (

Marker Buffalo (4-6) at Seattle (6-4) [4:54 AM]
AP reports: 'The Bills have been stingy against the run, however, allowing 101 yards per game to rank sixth in the NFL.'

Marker Budget Crisis May Impact Security at Bills Game [4:53 AM]
WIVB-TV reports: 'Gallivan said, "Our police services division would not have enough personnel to staff the games as we staff them, and you can't look to anybody else. The state police does not have additional personnel."'

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November 24, 2004

Marker Milloy Heads Home With Award [9:41 PM] reports: '“Personal, individual accolades will come. And the easiest way to get them is through the success of a team.” Milloy said. “There's more Pro Bowlers every year going off successful teams, teams that have winning records or whatever.”'

Marker Old college pals trade good-natured verbal shots [9:40 PM]
AP reports: 'With Bledsoe set to lead the Buffalo Bills (4-6) against Tobeck and the Seattle Seahawks (6-4) on Sunday, their friendship was evident when he was asked during a teleconference if he had any good dirt on Tobeck. ''I've got to go way back,'' Bledsoe said. ''He was a horrible roommate when we were living together. He was kind of messy.'''

Marker Mularkey has a cheeseburger solution to sustain Bills on road [9:39 PM]
AP reports: 'Teams traveling to the West Coast arrive earlier than normal in an effort to get acclimated to the time change. The Bills, for example, plan to arrive just after noon Saturday, requiring the team to add an extra meal to its itinerary.'

Marker McGahee almost back where only he thought he could be [9:37 PM]
CBS Sportsline reports: 'Willis McGahee never allowed that to happen. It took him 18 months to get back out on the field and take a hit again, that coming this past summer in training camp. It took hours and hours of rehab -- sometimes eight hours at a time -- just to get to have that chance.'

Marker Women’s Association Shops for Food Bank [5:05 PM] reports: 'The Buffalo Bills Women's Association is composed of the wives of players, coaches, and staff throughout the organization. These women pride themselves on the community work they do, and this past week was an example of their hard work. Sixteen women from the association got together at Tops Markets in Orchard Park to shop for those in need for Thanksgiving. They lined the aisles of the supermarket wearing their husbands' jerseys and throwing as much food into their carts as they could possibly fit.'

Marker Winless in Seattle [5:04 PM]
WOKR-TV reports: 'Seahawks 23 Bills 20.'

Marker Beware of the Bills [4:45 PM]
CNN/SI reports: 'They get a seven-spot hike, unheard of for November, because they came through for me and won my upset special selection, although I never thought that it would be their special teams that would give the Bills the win over St. Louis. I should have known they'd do it for their coach, Bobby April, as a sweet revenge for the Rams firing him last year.'

Marker Buffalo all too predictable away from home [4:14 PM]
Niagara Falls Reporter reports: 'Seahawks, 24-12.'

Marker Milloy Named AFC Defensive Player of Week [2:06 PM] reports: 'Milloy registered a career-high 3.0 sacks and nine total tackles in a 37-17 win against St. Louis.'

Marker Mularkey: Rams' claims way off base [12:27 PM]
The Sports Network reports: 'St. Louis also criticized the Bills' organization for not allowing the Rams to do an airline security check at Ralph Wilson Stadium before heading to the airport. Buffalo president and general manager Tom Donahue said the tunnel area leading out of the stadium is too small for security checks. He added that the Rams were offered use of the Bills' field house, but the Rams declined.'

Marker Bills Have Something to Prove on the Road [12:06 PM] reports: 'In order to be successful in the NFL, you have to win on the road. The Bills now play four of their next five on the away from home and fans should soon see which is the real Bills team of 2004, the one that beat the Rams so soundly or the one that was embarrassed by the Patriots. With games against Seattle, Miami, Cincinnati, and San Francisco the Bills should be able to score some points. The question is, will they?'

Marker Defensive Line Makes the Difference [12:06 PM] reports: 'When you're dealing with a lot of younger guys on defense, allowing them to get a chance to see adjustments on the overhead at halftime is beneficial. We have three first-year guys in the secondary in Terrence McGee, Jabari Greer, and Rashad Baker and those guys need to see film in order to understand how the opponent attacks our defense, as opposed to looking at photos on the sideline. It's not as if they play bad in the first half, it's just that the more a player sees something the more he tends to believe it.'

Marker Thanksgiving means football, family [12:05 PM] reports: Jim Kelly quarterbacked the Buffalo Bills to four consecutive AFC championships during an 11-year NFL career. In 2001, he was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, along with one of his childhood heroes, John Stallworth. Not surprisingly, many of Kelly's Thanksgiving memories revolve around football.

Marker Seahawks Game Preview [8:52 AM]
Bills Daily reports: The Bills head out to the West Coast for the second of three trips this year. Going out west is always tough for a team and what makes it harder is the Bills abysmal road record over the past two years.

Marker Plan to beat Rams dated back to '99 [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"We had some success against those guys when they were at the top of the game, so I knew there were some things we could do in order to disrupt their guys in coverage to help us out," Gray said. "The best thing we have here is we've got a lot of good, young DBs that can cover. We've got two linebackers (Takeo Spikes and London Fletcher) that know exactly what they're doing when they're in nickel coverage and we've got penetrating D-linemen."'

Marker Wilson graduate earns start for Bills [6:49 AM]
Cherry Hill Courier Post reports: 'It took 10 games to crack the starting lineup, but better late than never for Rashad Baker.'

Marker Seahawks' Next Opponent: Buffalo Bills [5:14 AM]
Seattle Post Intelligencer reports: 'How much does Sam Adams actually weigh? They don't call him "Big Papa The Show Stoppa" for nothing. The Bills list Adams as 335 pounds. But the rotund defensive tackle was listed at 300 when he played for the Seahawks. He was probably closer to 330 pounds in Seattle, so how much are the Bills fudging now?'

Marker Wednesday's Seattle Coverage [5:13 AM] reports:
Seahawks' Next Opponent: Buffalo Bills (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Seahawks Slant (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Seahawks' Rice latches on to new role (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Jones gets boot for new punter (Seattle Times)
Big C has a lot going on, like throwback jerseys (Seattle Times)
Subtle impact (Everett Herald)
‘Jerry ... Jerry’ is the man (Tacoma News Tribune)
With his ankle healed, Rice finds his stride in Seattle (AP)
Time for Rice to step up in Seattle (The Sports Network)

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