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Buffalo Bills News - May 2, 2002

Marker List of possible June 1 cuts [1:41 PM]
ESPN reports: Speculation by John Clayton. Not many DT's will be available with June 1 cuts for teams with a need for those players including Bills, Jets, & Redskins.
LT John Fina, (2002 Cap savings: $3 million, 2003 Cap hit: $5,693,526)
TE Jay Riemersma (2002 Cap savings: $2.525 million, 2003 Cap hit: $1,372,000)

Marker Offseason musings: How has your team fared? [1:37 PM] reports: Eric Moulds will get similiar attention for the Bills as Drew Bledsoe will click with his first true downfield go-to guy since Terry Glenn had his heyday in New England. . . .

Marker Demotion upsetting to Kaplan; Hope outtakes spring eternal [9:02 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'TNT recently sent along a release saying that the film ["Second String"], which stars Jon Voight as the Bills coach and Gil Bellows as the second string quarterback who leads the team to a Super Bowl victory, won't air until August 2003.'

Marker Gota love big Mike [9:00 AM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: The humorous Mike Williams was the center of attention wherever he went during the draft in New York.

Marker Browns to Scrimmage Here [7:11 AM]
WROC-TV reports: 'The Cleveland Browns will make their first ever visit to Rochester in early August for two days of workouts with the Bills at St. John Fisher College.'

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May 1, 2002

Marker Chargers Sign Rookie WR Ryan Dennard [7:56 PM]
AP reports: His father, Preston, played wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams, Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers.

Marker Bills report: Inside Slant [10:53 AM] reports: Drew Bledsoe did in four minutes what Rob Johnson couldn't do in four years.

Marker QB-For-Pick Deals Never A Shoo-in [9:55 AM] reports: ( Feature): Based on recent history, there is no sure-fire way to indicate if the Buffalo Bills got the better end of the Drew Bledsoe deal with New England.

Marker Bills Have Toughest Schedule [8:42 AM]
CBS Sportsline reports: Buffalo Bills:
Opponents record: 131-109
Opponents winning percentage: .546
Games vs. +.500 Teams: 10

Marker One new player to be put on the Wall of Fame [8:37 AM]
Stadium Wall reports: "The exciting news... there will only be one player named to the Wall and we were told that it was a very popular player. The Bills rep was not at liberty to say any more than that and said he would have to kill me if I released the name."

Who do you think it will be? Post your answer on the Stadium Wall...

Marker Browns to join Bills at Fisher [5:07 AM]
D and C reports: 'The Browns have a huge following in Rochester and are considered the area's second-most popular NFL team.'

April 30, 2002

Marker May Wallpaper Available [9:06 PM] reports: May wallpaper has Bledsoe in a Bills uniform

Marker Inside the Huddle [9:04 PM]
ESPN reports: 'If the feelings between the Bills and Chargers weren't hot enough because of the western moves of general manager John Butler, quarterback Doug Flutie and others, they got hotter when Bills owner Ralph Wilson -- much to the dislike of the Chargers -- asked the league to schedule a home game against the Chargers late in the season as a good drawing card in cold weather. The result: a Dec. 15 game in Buffalo that won't chill this building rivalry.'

Marker Bledsoe Restarts Career In Buffalo [4:36 PM] reports: When Drew Bledsoe was acquired in a trade with New England on April 21, it marked the end of his nine-year career with the Patriots that ironically began in Buffalo on September 5, 1993.

Marker Jim Kelly's Greatest Moments [11:05 AM] reports: Buffalo's new quarterback Drew Bledsoe has been compared to Hall of Famer Jim Kelly in many ways. Here's a look back at the top 10 greatest moments in Jim Kelly's career with the Buffalo Bills.

Marker Bledsoe was prepared for trade [10:25 AM]
Orlando Sentinel reports: 'Buffalo Coach Gregg Williams praised Bledsoe for his willingness to assume a leadership role. Though Williams didn't name names, his remarks were clearly directed at departed quarterback Rob Johnson.'

Marker Bills' Donahoe doesn't linger to take bows [9:00 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'He despises public attention, ironic because he's brought so much upon himself. People have been adding things up, and it was inevitable someone would raise his most-hated subject. It happens to be Tom Donahoe.'

Marker Buffalo counts on Bledsoe [7:05 AM]
USA Today reports: '''Someone with Bledsoe's tremendous star power will draw people from all over the U.S. and Canada. And while they're here, hopefully, they'll spend money on products and services other than football, which will benefit the economy of the whole region,'' says Arun Jain, a marketing professor at the University of Buffalo.'

Marker Bills in no rush to stop the run [5:10 AM]
D and C reports: 'Weighing similar low-money deals, Webster went to where he felt his best chances of winning are.'

Marker Denney's a rush of excitement [5:10 AM]
D and C reports: 'At 6-feet-7, 275 pounds, Denney bears a striking resemblance to Hansen. If the rookie plays the part as well as he looks it, the Bills will be ecstatic.'

Marker Buffalo wasn't cursed in the old AFL [5:09 AM]
D and C reports: 'I've never understood why people who say Buffalo never has won a major-league championship don't give the Bills credit for winning AFL championships in 1964 and 1965. The NFL record book fully recognizes AFL records and statistics.'

Marker Bledsoe gives hope to Bills' faithful [5:08 AM]
Niagara Falls Reporter reports: 'While free agency and the salary cap have shortened that requisite learning period from a few years to a few months, or even a few weeks, 12-4 or 13-3 is optimistic to the point of fantasy. But make no mistake, better the Bills will be. And that improvement starts with the quarterback.'

April 29, 2002

Marker Bills' Alexander Helps Frankfurt To Win In Week Three Action [4:06 PM] reports: Buffalo's Alexander rushed for 75 yards, including a one-yard touchdown run, to help the Galaxy to the win. Alexander leads NFL Europe with 358 yards rushing and a 6.4-yards-per-carry average.

Marker Browns, Bills to Scrimmage in August [4:05 PM]
Cleveland Browns reports: 'The Browns and Buffalo Bills will conduct a summer practice session and scrimmage on August 2 and 3 at St. Johnís Fisher College in Rochester, NY, the Billsí training camp home.'

Marker Alexander Leading NFL Europe [3:31 PM] reports: Alexander, who is one of seven Bills allocated to NFL Europe, starts for the Frankfurt Galaxy and leads the league in rushing yardage (358), total yards from scrimmage (434), and rushing touchdowns (4). For the season, Alexander is averaging 6.4 yards on 56 rushing attempts.

Marker Bledsoe Can't Do It AloneÖ [3:29 PM] reports: He will be the leader and he can make the difference, but Bledsoe won't be a one-man revolution.

Marker Some notes on Bledsoe and the class of '02 [3:15 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'Training camp is almost three months away, but it's not too early to speculate about the impact of this year's draft class.'

Marker Part IV: Fans React to Bledsoe Trade [1:59 PM] reports: The response to the acquisition of Drew Bledsoe has been enormous, with emails pouring in to by the minute. Here are a few of the latest emails received. Additional emails will be posted throughout the week.

Marker Shout Song Was Almost History [11:44 AM]
BillsDaily reports: Bob Lamb, the tall man in the hard hat at TBD tailgates, tells the tale of almost losing the Shout Song.

Marker Bledsoe Leaves with Homework [11:40 AM]
WIVB-TV reports: 'Even if he does not know the whole offense, it did not stop the three-time Pro Bowler from showing off his arm at the three days of workouts. He connected on numerous deep passes, and looked sharp running a system that relies less on short passes to backs than deeper crossing passes to receivers and tight ends.'

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