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Buffalo Bills News - August 15, 2001

Marker Bills-Eagles pre-season preview [10:45 PM] reports: 'The Bills host the Philadelphia Eagles Saturday night in their second pre-season game of 2001, and the second straight year Buffalo has taken on coach Andy Reid's Eagles in the pre-season.'

Marker New NFL schedule could bring Flutie back to Buffalo in 2002 [8:40 PM]
AP reports: 'For example, because of quirks in the former scheduling system, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have never played in Buffalo. Under the new format, the Buccaneers are scheduled to travel to Ralph Wilson Stadium in 2009.'

Marker Johnson to miss two days with injured index finger [4:07 PM]
AP reports: 'Quarterback Rob Johnson will miss at least two days of practice after spraining the index finger of his right, throwing hand.'

Marker Dolphins sign guard Jamie Nails [4:05 PM]
AP reports: 'Looking for offensive line depth, the Miami Dolphins signed former Buffalo Bills guard Jamie Nails on Wednesday.'

Marker Bills opponents through 2009 [3:58 PM] reports: Just in case some of us like to plan that far in advance!!

Marker Bruce Smith sidelined 2-6 weeks [12:12 PM]
Washington Post reports: He may miss the reminder of camp but will be ready for season opener. What a surprise. The same old show, just on a different channel....

Marker Carpenter bids to nail starting safety job [9:03 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'And now, Carpenter's fighting spirit has elevated him from roster long shot as an undrafted rookie to a vital member of the Bills' defense.'

Marker Hurt finger puts Johnson in a jam [9:02 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Johnson will be held out of today's morning practice, but might return for the afternoon session. For the moment, he is expected to start Saturday against the Philadelphia Eagles at Ralph Wilson Stadium.'

Marker Johnson reinjures finger in practice [5:39 AM]
D and C reports: 'While Johnson was taken quickly to the locker room for treatment and was not made available to the media, it appears his latest injury wasn't as serious as it looked and he will play in Saturday's preseason game against Philadelphia at Ralph Wilson Stadium.'

Marker Bills' free spirit Jackson gets job done with style [5:38 AM]
D and C reports: 'Budding tattoo artist. Owner of painted finger nails. Cultivator of creative facial hair designs, like the 6-inch goatee that wanted desperately out of his chin strap.'

Marker Alexander the journeyman [5:37 AM]
D and C reports: 'Right now he's best known to fans as "the guy wearing Jonathan Linton's old jersey (No. 35)," not Alabama's best back in 1997 that was a fourth-round pick by the Super Bowl champion Broncos in the 1998 draft.'

Marker Flowers hurts knee vs. Rams [5:36 AM]
D and C reports: 'Flowers was hit on the knee on a cut block and had "significant swelling," coach Gregg Williams said. "All indications are that things will be fine."'

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August 14, 2001

Marker Bills return to work, get a bit of a scare [9:49 PM] reports: 'The Bills returned to practice Tuesday afternoon following Sunday's game with the Rams, and they got a little bit of a scare when quarterback Rob Johnson left practice early after suffering an injury in drills. However, coach Gregg Williams said his injury wasn't serious and wouldn't keep Johnson out for a significant length of time.'

Marker Quarterback's wince gives Bills a scare [8:51 PM]
AP reports: '"It looks like Rob banged that jammed (index) finger again," Williams said. "We'll go ahead and treat it and ice it. After a good practice today, we were going to hold him out tomorrow anyway."'

Marker Price turns fearless in quest to be peerless [9:04 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"It shows that he has some confidence in me," Price said. "Coach Williams and I have a great relationship. He's on me a lot. He wants me to perform well. He thinks that I can perform at a high level, and that's basically what he was throwing out there. It's time for me to step up and have a big year."'

August 13, 2001

Marker Bills regroup after preseason-opening loss [7:55 PM]
AP reports: '"Overall, we have a lot to work on and point to next week," Williams said as Buffalo resumes practicing at St. John Fisher College outside of Rochester, N.Y., on Tuesday. "We have to go back to training camp and concentrate on correcting the little things."'

Marker Rookies Henry and O'Leary step up [5:47 PM] reports: 'With a new West Coast Offensive scheme under head Coach Gregg Williams and a new starting quarterback , Rob Johnson, it seems things are about to change for the Buffalo Bills. The players that will stand out and make the Bills final roster are the ones who step up here in the preseason.'

Marker Quotes from game [5:46 PM] reports: "For sure you can see that there were too many negative plays here to start the ballgame out and throughout the ballgame. That's not the way we like to play. I thought that I saw some good positive things to build on. I thought I saw Travis Henry run the ball pretty effectively."

Marker Bills first round draft pick answers fans [5:45 PM] reports: 'I feel naturally I play aggressive, a lot of people say I play too aggressive. Naturally playing aggressive will help me to fit in to a solid defense.'

Marker Interview with Bills alum Darryl Talley [5:43 PM] reports: "The camardamereship that I had with the guys that I played with and walking out on the field on Sunday or Monday nights, that is the best feeling in the world."

Marker FASTNET Powers Bills Training Camp Broadcast Via Wireless LAN [2:16 PM]
Yahoo Business reports: FASTNET used their existing Wireless network in Rochester, NY to deploy a roaming Wireless LAN solution allowing Logical Solutions to use their portable web cam anywhere inside the stadium. The result is live footage from the Bills training camp that fans can access via, a web site, or daily from 6 - 11am.

Marker Bills still have a lot of work to do [1:30 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'Still, they out-gained the Bills, 375-173, in total yardage and were much more potent offensively, though trailing 10-7 with 14 minutes to play. As Williams noted, "We've got a lot to work on." And, clearly, he's right.'

Marker GoBills! Game Chat Filled to the Brink [11:55 AM]
TBD reports: We would like to give a special thanks to all the TBD, TSW, and Bills Daily readers who participated in the chat room last night. While we didn't break the century mark, we did reach a peak of 98 simultaneous fans in the room! That easily tops any of our chat sessions last year. Last night was a great success and we hope we can top that number this Saturday when the Bills take on the Eagles.

Marker Aug. 12: Bills vs. Rams pre-season photos [11:48 AM] reports: Photos from the game.

Marker Rams defeat Bills 24-10 in Buffalo's pre-season opener [11:47 AM] reports: 'St. Louis recorded 17 points in the fourth quarter, giving the Rams a 24-10 win over Buffalo in front of 36,043 at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Rams turned a 10-7 deficit early in the fourth with a Justin Watson touchdown, a Jeff Wilkins field goal and Chris Cummings kickoff fumble recovery for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to drop the Bills to 0-1 on the pre-season. '

Marker Henry provides only excitement in Bills' loss [9:05 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Travis Henry took Round One of the Buffalo running back derby, and the Bills suffered no serious injuries Sunday night. Those were the most significant developments in the Bills' preseason opener at Ralph Wilson Stadium.'

Marker Punting prospects find their legs [9:04 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Brian Moorman and Jay Taylor had their first opportunity to show they deserve the job Sunday night during the Bills' 24-10 preseason-opening loss to the St. Louis Rams at Ralph Wilson Stadium. For the most part, it was a good audition for both.'

Marker It's clear the rookie is the Bills' best back [9:03 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It's only the first preseason game, but the Bills have a long way to go to justify Williams' contention that they're a playoff team. The good news is that rookie Travis Henry looks like the answer at the crowded tailback position.'

Marker Larsen comes to life on defense [9:03 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'But Larsen realizes he can gain playing time by being disruptive, which he was for one series Sunday in the Bills' 24-10 loss to the St. Louis Rams at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Larsen, the second-year player out of UTEP, played well despite being hampered by a groin injury since the beginning of the Bills' rookie camp.'

Marker New-look Bills show signs of old [5:19 AM]
D and C reports: '"You can see that there were too many negative plays to start the ballgame out and throughout the ballgame," he said. "It's not the way we want to play. You can see we're still in camp, that's what training camp is for and we have a lot of work to do."'

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