Richard Arnold given award [4:32 PM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: Richard Arnold, corporate executive chef at Rich Products Corp., was named Chef of the Year by the American Culinary Federation of Greater Buffalo. He was honored for contributions to events like the Festival of Trees and coordinating pumpkin carving at Buffalo Bills home games.
Bushbaum: Bills make underrated signing by inking Johnson [4:29 PM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: Includes a pretty good rip of Eric Moulds. Johnson was cut in February after one season with the Patriots, having made 14 catches for 133 yards and one touchdown — the lowest numbers of his career.
Introducing The New Jills Cheerleading Director… [3:54 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Stephanie enters her first year as the Buffalo Jills Cheerleading Director. However, she's no stranger to the Jills exceptional cheerleading program. Ask her a question by writing to email@example.com
Williams: Keep Your Ears And Mind Open [9:08 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Williams, a former standout at the University of Texas and the fourth overall pick of the draft, is sharing his impressions of the symposium with NFL Insider national editor Vic Carucci for NFL.com.
Bills-Dolphins rivalry healthy as ever say fans [5:25 AM]
D and C reports: 'Buffalo vs. Miami is more than just a game. It is about differing cultures, varied lifestyles, contrasting weather and personal values.'
Offseason Overview: Buffalo Bills [8:24 PM]
ESPN reports: 'Talking playoffs for a team that won just three games last season seems a little absurd. But based on their offseason, the Bills are close to being a playoff-caliber team. With Bledsoe in the fold and players such as wide receivers Eric Moulds and Peerless Price and Fletcher, the Bills are certainly a team on the rise. Going from the basement to the playoffs might be too tall an order. However, expecting eight wins is reasonable.'
Growing Up Bledsoe [4:52 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"When it was all said and done," Mac says, "he liked the guy in the mirror."'
Sammy Morris In Attendance On Tuesday For UPS/Buffalo Bills Summer Reading Program [4:36 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Buffalo Bills, United Parcel Service, The Library Foundation of Buffalo and Erie County, and the public library system will be hosting a pair of events to kickoff Hit the Books, the UPS/Buffalo Bills Summer Reading Program, in Buffalo and Rochester Tuesday, June 25.
NFL Teams Claim Victory On The Internet [3:12 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: buffalobills.com was picked as the fourth best team site according to a recent study designed by Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal. The study rated the 121 MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL team web sites.
Bledsoe no longer takes easy route [9:11 AM]
Providence Journal reports: 'But he always was a fairly shrewd one at gauging public opinion. He knew there was more upside to falling on his sword publicly even if he could have made a bigger difference by pointing that sword at the offending parties. But Bledsoe wasn't one for confrontation.'
Familiar faces [6:16 AM]
D and C reports: 'Former coach Marv Levy and former special teams standout Steve Tasker will be the television announcing team for two Buffalo Bills preseason games in August.'
Bills-Dolphins losing its luster [6:15 AM]
D and C reports: 'It reinforces the opinion that the Bills should have pursued a "Rustbelt Division" with Pittsburgh and Cleveland rather than insist upon keeping the rivalry with Miami.'
Tasker and Levy get the call to work Bills' preseason games [9:09 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"We have a Hall of Famer (Levy) and a guy (Tasker) who should make the Hall of Fame," said Scott Berchtold, Bills vice president of communications. "The chemistry will be good. And from the football standpoint, the fan will get a heckuva lot there."'
Bills agree to terms with Charles Johnson [9:54 PM]
AP reports: 'An eight-year NFL veteran, Johnson had 14 catches for 133 yards and one touchdown in two starts last season, all career lows.'
Bills Agree To Terms With Charles Johnson [5:11 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Initially selected by the Steelers in the first round of the 1994 Draft (17th overall) out of Colorado, Johnson went on to play five years for the Steelers. He signed as a free agent with Philadelphia in 1999 and played two seasons for the Eagles before joining the Patriots last May.
Bills Sign Justin Bannan [5:09 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Bills took Bannan in the fifth round of the 2002 NFL Draft out of Colorado with 139th selection overall.
Judge Notes: Ravens Hope to Keep Adams [10:06 AM]
FOXSports.com reports: Plus, president and general manager Tom Donahoe didn't draft Bryson; he drafted Henry, the leading candidate to start. Stay tuned.
Weekly Where Are They Now: Will Wolford [2:43 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Chosen with Buffalo’s second pick in the first round of the 1986 draft, as it would turn out, the Vanderbilt star couldn’t have joined the club at a better time. Only six days after signing with the team, a quarterback named Jim Kelly also made his way to Buffalo.
Bills At Frontier Field - Photo Gallery [1:58 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Photos of Bills taking batting practice before Tuesday night's Rochester Red Wings games.
Bills Off-Season Camp Report Archive [11:31 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Bills completed their third and final off-season camp on Friday, June 13. The next time the Bills take the field, the 42-year old franchise will be in Rochester, NY, for their third Training Camp at St. John Fisher College, which begins on July 24.
Rookies' share is too much of the salary cap [11:02 PM]
CNNSI.com reports: The Buffalo Bills, for example, have 10 draft picks to sign; at the very least that's $160,000 of extra cap space to make up.
The changing face of the Bucs [11:02 PM]
NFL.com reports: "It's very different," said Johnson, the former Bills Quarterback. "We kind of ran the remedial version of the West Coast up in Buffalo. Down here, it's a lot more advanced. Coach Gruden coaches it very well. He's very detailed, and knows where he wants everyone and what to do. He's a very good coach that way and it's nice to be in this type of system."
Jim and Hunter to be Grand Marshalls of 4th of July Parade in Olean [11:01 PM]
TBD reports: The Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce came around to my business and asked for donations for a big parade in Olean with Jim and Hunter acting as the Grande Marshalls.
Bills E-Postcard [3:35 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Select a Bills E-Postcard and send a message to family & friends. Set of Postcards includes one with Drew Bledsoe and London Fletcher modeling the new uniforms.
World Bowl X Pits Berlin Thunder vs. Rein Fire Saturday On Fox [11:20 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Recap of the Bills in the NFLEL. The NFL Europe League will conclude its 10th season on Saturday when the Berlin Thunder face the Rhein Fire in World Bowl X at the Rheinstadion in Düsseldorf, Germany.
5th Down: A New Era of Blue [4:37 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: In January of 2001, owner Ralph Wilson was looking rebuild his Buffalo Bills. He started at the top by hiring football expert Tom Donahoe to run the team. Donahoe had built the Pittsburgh Steelers into a powerful, playoff-bound team in the 1990s, and Wilson hoped he could do the same for the Bills.
2002 Flag Football Tournament - Recap/Photos [3:58 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The four adult teams that won their respective divisions were Mallare (Red division), Buffalo Scale #1 (Blue division), Tony's Steakout (White division), and Stumpfs 2 (Green division).
Ruben Brown To Host Second Annual Motorcycle Run To Benefit The Salvation Army [3:57 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: RUBEN BROWN, the Bills six-time Pro Bowl offensive guard, will be hosting his Second Annual Motorcycle Run to benefit The Salvation Army on Sunday, June 23, 2002 at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Peter King: Bills' offseason ranked #6 [2:43 PM]
CNN/SI reports: Drew Bledsoe replaces Alex Van Pelt. Mike Williams and Trey Teague (who I'm not crazy about because he failed with the Broncos last year) upgrade the Bills at tackle. Tom Donahoe has fixed a horrible cap situation. Heck of an offseason, and it will show on the field in September.
Buchsbaum: Steelers sign slot WR Mathis [12:45 PM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: Since they signed Mathis, don’t be surprised if the Steelers trade disappointing former first-round pick Troy Edwards to the Bills, if they can. Otherwise, they may just let him go and hope he doesn’t sign with the Bills. Tom Donahue, the Bills' GM, was the driving force behind the Steelers taking Edwards in the first round.
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