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Buffalo Bills News - February 7, 2003

Marker Hall of Fame Presenters Named [4:12 PM] reports: Guard Joe DeLamielleure, who distinguished himself with the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns, has selected the recently retired Buffalo News sports writer/columnist Larry Felser. “Although I didn’t always agree with what he said, Larry was always honest and fair,” DeLamielleure said.

Marker 2003 Pro Bowl Photo Gallery [1:31 PM] reports: Photos from this year's Pro Bowl.

Marker Buffalo Bills Player Appearances [11:16 AM] reports: Buffalo Auto Show - Pontiac/GMC Display Area Saturday Februday 8, 2003 1 pm - 3pm - Billy Buffalo, Buffalo Jills 2 pm - 4pm - Nate Clements

Marker Football still figures prominently in life of Marv Levy, 77 [11:06 AM]
Halifax Daily News reports: '“Television ratings would seem to give an indication that football has emerged as the most prominent spectator sport, particularly in the U.S.,” said Levy, who splits time between his home town of Chicago and a winter residence in Williamsburg, Va.'

Marker Two Minute Drill… With Alex Van Pelt [9:59 AM] reports: Quarterback Alex Van Pelt shared some secrets about his teammates during the Two Minute Drill with Van Pelt returned to the Bills for his seventh season in 2002 and remains one of the best back-up quarterbacks in the NFL. Two Minute Drill Archive

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February 6, 2003

Marker Frank Coyle: Bills hope D-linemen fall in draft [7:02 PM]
Shout! reports: The Bills do not have a first-round pick in April, but they hope to draft a top defensive performer in the second and third rounds. Buffalo, of course, will debate the possibilities. Drafting an offensive playmaker is not entirely out of the question. Still, defensive linemen are Buffalo's biggest need and that is a fairly strong group with the addition of underclassmen.

Marker Off the scrap heap: LeBeau would make an excellent addition to Bills' defensive staff [7:01 PM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: Andy Hanacek gives his opinion as to why Tom Modrak and (hopefully) the hiring of Dick LeBeau are shrewd moves by Tom Donahoe

Marker Notes: Free agency different in restricted territory [7:01 PM]
CBS Sportsline reports: It's looking more and more like Price will be hit with a franchise tag, which will almost certainly keep him Buffalo. The Bills don't think second-year receiver Josh Reed is ready for a No. 2 role behind Eric Moulds, so Price will be tagged.

Marker Bush should hire Donahoe to create U.S. jobs [7:01 PM]
Shout! Newspaper reports: I hear the Bills might create a job for ex-Bengals head coach Dick LeBeau, who was the Steelers' defensive coordinator for a couple of seasons when Buffalo president and general manager Tom Donahoe worked there.

Marker McAlister, Pace top free-agent wish lists [7:01 PM]
CBS Sportsline reports: Theories of where Peerless Price and Takeo Spikes may end up.

Marker Alumni Update: Booker Edgerson [2:12 PM] reports: Edgerson made history when the regular season got underway. He became the first Bills player to record an interception in the opening game of his rookie season. In fact, he picked-off Houston quarterback George Blanda twice during that game. Edgerson finished the campaign with a career-high six interceptions and was one of four Bills named to the AFL’s all-rookie team.

Marker Bills hope Ruel has golden touch with line [9:08 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I think too often times your guys don't pay enough attention to details and consequently they rely on athletic ability. . . . What I'm going to do is work to improve their footwork and technique and fundamentals so they can block better."'

Marker Thomas runs with idea of helping others [9:08 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Oh, man. It's almost now like I'm the president of AA. Everywhere I go at least four or five people come up to me and thank me. It's been amazing to me I've been able to touch as many lives as I've touched with me coming out and saying I'm a recovering alcoholic."'

Marker Williams believes LeBeau is good fit [5:29 AM]
D and C reports: '“He’d bring 40-plus years of experience and a lot of things he brings defensively, he innovated in this league,” Williams said. “I think he would bring a breath of fresh air ... and (be) another ear for me, to help me a lot as far as some of the administrative duties a coach does.”'

February 5, 2003

Marker Ruel leaps at chance to coach Bills offensive line [9:10 PM]
AP reports: '''I was on a ski slope one time, going down the mountain, thinking I was one of the top skiers in the world until I hit the tree,'' he said. ''I'm just telling you right now, they can all get better. I'm going to help them achieve a higher standard, raise the bar a little higher and it'll hopefully pay off.'''

Marker LeBeau to decide whether to take Bills coaching offer [3:46 PM]
AP reports: '``We want him, and hopefully he wants us,'' Bills coach Gregg Williams said Wednesday, a day after LeBeau visited with the team at its suburban-Buffalo headquarters.'

Marker Bills Wait To Hear Back From Dick LeBeau [2:48 PM] reports: Hopefully, yesterday we presented the right situation, that he would want to come here, because he would be a valuable addition to our staff. I really look forward to working with him, if it works out. We should know something in the next couple days."

Marker Bills Introduce Running Backs Coach Les Steckel [2:47 PM] reports: On return to coaching: "They say coaching is something in your blood. You just enjoy the working relationship you have with players and coaches and certainly the adrenaline flow on Sundays. But this was an opportunity that I really looked forward to. I have tremendous respect for Gregg, as a coach working with him in Houston and Tennessee.

Marker Transcript of interview with Don Blackmon [2:46 PM] reports: "When I talked to Coach Williams it was a good meeting. And I was excited about the opportunity to come here and join this franchise, they've done a good job. You look at the way they've gone 3-and-whatever-it-was to 8-8 and they're on the move, making the right moves. As far as just being here, just having the opportunity to work with good people, it's important."

Marker Bills Introduce Offensive Line Coach Pat Ruel [2:45 PM] reports: Talk about Mike Williams: "I am excited to work with him. I am in the evaluation process right now and I see good things fro him, from all of these guys. Right now I am going to see what things I can do, as a coach, to make each one of them a better player. That is my biggest concern right now."

Marker Tim Krumrie Quotebook [1:29 PM] reports: '"I'll even go back to my playing days. I've always loved playing in Buffalo. The fans are great and the city is great. I remember coming down what I call snowball alley right out here on the bus and the fans we're throwing snowballs at us. The support from the city is tremendous and I'm excited to be here and excited to come to a city that really supports the team."'

Marker Happy B-Day: Drew Bledsoe & Jim Kelly - Special V-Day Promotion [12:10 PM] reports: While die-hard Bills fans know that February 14 is the birthday of Drew Bledsoe and Jim Kelly, most others recognize it as Valentine's Day. If that special someone celebrates both, what better gift is there for him or her than Bills football? With that in mind, the Bills are offering a special Valentine's Day promotion.

Marker Bills talk to LeBeau [9:09 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills would like to convince LeBeau to take a position as an assistant under defensive coordinator Jerry Gray. LeBeau, 65, was fired by the Bengals after a three-year head-coaching tenure.'

Marker Kelly gala moving here [5:25 AM]
D and C reports: 'The first Hunter’s Hope Rochester Ball is planned for July 25 at the High Falls festival site, which overlooks the river. Information on the availability or price of tickets is not yet available.'

February 4, 2003

Marker Bills Add Two More To Roster [5:36 PM] reports: The Bills today announced that the team has signed two free agents DE Andrew Bowers and DB Kenneth Harris. Bowers (6-5, 297), a two-year starter out of Utah, originally signed with the Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted free agent (2001). Harris, a 5-11, 205-pound defensive back out of Northern Iowa University, is originally from Buffalo and a graduate of St. Joseph Collegiate Institute, where he played both running back and defensive back.

Marker LeBeau to visit Bills over potential job offer [4:17 PM]
AP reports: 'Former Cincinnati Bengals coach Dick LeBeau was scheduled to visit the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday to discuss the team's offer to join their defensive staff.'

Marker 2003 Buffalo Bills in the NFL Europe League [3:53 PM] reports: The NFL Europe League training camp kicks off in February and runs to the end of March. Five of the six Bills players allocated have been assiged to a NFL Europe team.

Marker Bills sign cornerback Turner [2:51 PM]
AP reports: 'Turner, who was out of football last season, appeared in 51 games with the Chargers mostly as a special-teams player before he was released last August. Previously, he appeared in 41 games over three seasons with Washington.'

Marker Bills Sign CB Scott Turner [10:30 AM] reports: Turner (5-10, 180) was originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the seventh-round (226th overall) of the 1995 Draft out of Illinois. He played in 41 games over three seasons with Washington before being released and claimed off of waivers by the San Diego Chargers in 1998. In his four years in San Diego, Turner appeared in 51 games (4 starts) contributing 23 tackles and two interceptions.

Marker February Bills Wallpaper [9:29 AM] reports: Show your pride by putting the Buffalo Bills on your computer's desktop. February's calendar features offensive tackle Jonas Jennings. Jennings moved to the left tackle position prior to the start of the 2002 season and started 15 games, missing only one game due to a leg injury.

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