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Buffalo Bills News - June 19, 2005

Marker Something New to Tackle [4:34 AM]
Covington Challenger reports: 'Though seven years removed from a football field and a Buffalo Bills uniform, Pike, at 6-foot-5, and 280 pounds, is still surrounded by bodies in motion. He and his partner, Chris Derry, own Better Bodies Fitness Center in Fort Mitchell, Silverlake Family Recreation Center in Erlanger, the Kentucky Elite North Cheerleading teams in Park Hills, and since last summer, an aquatic park - Paradise Breeze - in Maysville, which was added to their lineup of all things physical and recreational. "We have our noses in a few businesses," says Pike of their enterprises. "We stay busy, that's for sure."'

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June 18, 2005

Marker Palafox plays for World Bowl champs [4:05 PM]
Sweetwater Reporter reports: 'Former Sweetwater High School and Angelo State University football player Jonathan Palafox recently completed his first year as a member of the NFL Europe's Amsterdam Admirals, the team that he was assigned to after signing with the NFL's Buffalo Bills as a free agent in February.'

June 17, 2005

Marker All Pro Dad: Troy Vincent [2:41 PM] reports: 'BB: There's no blueprint for raising children.
TV: There's no protocol. Because every human being, every child is different. There is no script. When that kid's going to be in a good mood, bad mood, when the kid gets hungry, when he doesn't get hungry … there's no script. There's no manual. There's no agenda that you can set, and say, "Okay, this is what we're going to do today." You can plan it that way (laughs). But the reality is, when the kid wakes up, is he sick? Are Taron's allergies acting up? Do we have to make a stop here? Do we have to make a stop here? Troy's not feeling well. Desire's not feeling well today. So those things change. Circumstances come up and you have to adjust. The most important thing is patience.'

Marker Guitar auction will aid charity [1:02 PM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: 'Jim Kelly, Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback and Donald Boswsell, CEO of WNED, announced a collaborative project to raise money for charity and the arts, "Guitars for Hope."'

Marker Bar raised for Losman in taking over as Bills starter [12:09 PM]
AP reports: 'He has been so tireless in his studies that, short of having the locks changed at the team's facility, Losman ignored the pleas and lectures of quarterback coach Sam Wyche to take a break.'

Marker Vincent Leaves Lasting Impression on Youth [10:53 AM] reports: 'Vincent concluded practice with a profound speech stressing the importance of incorporating football's discipline into life decisions." At the end of the program, I tried to talk to the kids a little bit about life skills," Vincent said. "As you get older, you're always maturing. You're always learning something new about yourself. The most important thing we stressed is that we want those kids to be productive citizens."'

Marker Losman's work ethic impresses teammates [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"He's been impressive with his approach," Mularkey said. "He wants to do good. There's no question there is a drive there. He had some days that I'm sure he'd tell you he'd like to take back. That's expected. If he had come out here and performed like a 10-year veteran I'd have been shocked. But he had more better days than the other (kind), and that's what you're looking for."'

Marker Surprise break given to players, coaches [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I'm pretty pleased where we're at," Mularkey said. "We learned a couple things offensively. We spent a little more time this week with less installation and more time teaching. Spent more time in the meeting as a whole and got a lot done. We learned a lot about players and what they were thinking, and I think the players learned a lot about each other."'

Marker Henry suitors lining up, holding their offers [6:07 AM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: 'The hang-up, according to one Titans source, is the asking price. Publicly, the Bills have said they never wavered from a request of a third-round pick. Tennessee, at least, has said it won’t cough up what Buffalo is asking for.'

June 16, 2005

Marker Bills motivated by last year's frustrating finish [4:42 PM]
AP reports: '"Maybe it was a learning experience," guard Chris Villarrial said. "So don't go home and lay on the couch and eat potato chips all day. Keep your butt in gear and work twice as hard and come into camp with a great attitude."'

Marker Bills banged-up tight ends return to practice [4:41 PM]
AP reports: 'Buffalo Bills tight ends Mark Campbell and Tim Euhus returned to practice this week, their first on-field session since both had knee surgery late last year. Coach Mike Mularkey said Thursday the two worked with the team Tuesday and Wednesday, the Bills' final voluntary minicamp sessions before the start of training camp next month.'

Marker Mularkey Rewards Four Weeks Of Hard Work [4:40 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'The team now has off until it reports to training camp on July 29th.'

Marker Countdown to Training Camp Begins [4:37 PM] reports: 'Mularkey said he encouraged the players to take some time off so that they'll be refreshed and ready to report to camp and get the season underway. "We've given them a workout program and it's really designed for four of the six weeks so that they can get away for a couple of weeks," said Mularkey.'

Marker OTAs Set Stage for Camp [4:36 PM] reports: '"This whole process couldn't have been better," said Mularkey. "I don't know how other teams in the league handle this time of year and what they get accomplished, but here it's been really good."'

June 15, 2005

Marker Anthem Singers Travel From Afar [5:14 PM] reports: 'So how did it go? Most contestants were satisfied with their performances, but many found it tough to perform with the delay between when they sang and when it was actually heard through the stadium's sound system.'

Marker The Bills Store Coming to Rochester's Eastview Mall [5:13 PM] reports: 'The Bills Store will be moving into the Eastview Mall location after spending the last seven years at Pittsford Plaza.'

Marker Irish Blessing [11:29 AM] reports: 'The porch Cieslak is referring to was on the third floor of an old apartment building in Lincoln Park. The former Northern Illinois tight end was attending a party there on the night of June 29, 2003, with two of his friends, teammates Shea Fitzgerald and Pat Raleigh. Shortly after midnight, Cieslak decided to head inside for a drink after talking with some of the other partygoers on the wooden porch of the apartment. Fitzgerald stayed outside. A few seconds later, the porch collapsed to the ground.'

Marker Wilson Battles in European Tennis Championships [11:28 AM] reports: 'The European Doubles Championship marked the second title round in the past two weeks in which Wilson and his partner competed, having lost in the Austrian Championship the previous week.'

Marker Bills Waive Hill and Palafox [11:27 AM] reports: 'The Bills announced today that the team has waived WR Kahlil Hill and DB Jonathan Palafox.'

Marker Team has had 'conversations' about Law, Henry [5:02 AM]
Florida Times Union reports: 'Of Henry, he said, "We've had some conversations. There haven't been any real negotiations. Agents call you all the time about players and you talk. We may call some of them. It happens every day. Sometimes what happens in these situations is that the agent reads an article and they'll call us and we'll talk and hear what's going on.'''

Marker Training Camp Preview: Bills [5:01 AM] reports: 'Although the league is filled with crowded backfields, Travis is too talented to be a backup, and I'm confident that he'll be in some team's starting lineup before the season begins. In the meantime, the Bills are making the right move by holding onto Travis. In addition for waiting for a team to develop a need so that they can get something in return for Henry, they also get to keep him on the roster in the meantime as insurance for McGahee.'

June 14, 2005

Marker Bills waive WR Hill, DB Palafox [9:42 PM]
AP reports: 'Receiver Kahlil Hill and defensive back Jonathan Palafox were waived by the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday.'

Marker Bills owner, wife shine in tennis tournaments [9:41 PM]
AP reports: 'Ralph Wilson, who turns 87 in October, settled for second place when he and partner Bob Sherman lost in the European men's doubles 85-and-over division championship match. A week earlier, Wilson and Sherman placed second in the Austrian championship.'

Marker Sprinting star hoping for an NFL tryout [9:40 PM] reports: 'If Allen Burrell does catch on with either the Buffalo Bills or the Denver Broncos it will be because of his speed. NFL scouts have been known to take on track converts as projects for the future.'

Marker Bills donate $200,000 for high school football stadium renovation [4:34 PM]
AP reports: '"This is a good example of the impact the private sector can have on the city," said Yvonne Hargrave, Buffalo Public Schools interim superintendent. "We're thankful to LISC and the Buffalo Bills for embracing both the need and opportunity to make a difference among our students and community."'

Marker Buffalo All-High Stadium Receives Grant [12:41 PM] reports: 'The NFL Grassroots Program, a partnership between the NFL Youth Football Fund and Local Initiatives Support Corporation, joined with the Buffalo Bills to award a $200,000 grant to the Buffalo Public Schools. The donation supplements the cost of adding a new synthetic field and track to All-High Stadium, a $1.1million project slated for Phase II of the state-funded Buffalo Public Schools Reconstruction Program.'

Marker Bills training camp kicks off July 30 [8:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'In addition to the opening night practice, the Bills will hold three other 7 p.m. practices during training camp with two open to the public. The night practice of Wednesday, Aug. 10, will be open exclusively to premium seat holders. The other night practices will be Monday, Aug. 15, and Monday, Aug. 22. Ticket procedures for the night practices will be announced.'

Marker Bills will keep lights on [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"I think players enjoy practicing under the lights," Mularkey said previously. "I know we've always gotten productive practices at night. A couple of them will be to recover from preseason games, even if it's just a three- or four-hour difference it's more time to rest so we get better production."'

Marker Bills Camp Opens With a Double [5:01 AM] reports: 'Buffalo jumps right into its NFL training camp with a full squad double session on Saturday, July 30.'

Marker Teamwork the Key in Bills Free Agent Try Out [5:00 AM] reports: '"We are just trying to find a guy out of this tryout," Pro Personnel Assistant Rob Hanrahan said. "For whatever reason, sometimes everyone in the league misses a player, and we try to do everything possible to not miss anyone. So this tryout is a way to see a lot of the players up close. This tryout gives the decision makers in our organization a chance to see each player work out in person, which is important in the long run".'

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