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Buffalo Bills News - May 2, 2005

Marker Clarion University golden eagle statue soars [4:59 AM]
Oli City Derrick reports: 'Hamby, a world-renowned sculptor, is also a former professional football player for the Buffalo Bills. He has received commissioned projects from Merrill Lynch, USA Today, Baseball Weekly, Utah State University, the National Wildlife Research Center, the Buffalo Naval Park, and the National Football Hall of Fame.'

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May 1, 2005

Marker Bills Complete “Productive” Minicamp [6:32 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"I thought it was a success," said Losman. "I thought we had a great weekend. Offensive and defensively we competed every day and we got a lot accomplished. I think we took a huge step forward yet realized that we have a lot of work to go. It's definitely a good start."'

Marker Bills Team Report [6:23 PM]
The Sporting News reports: 'The Justin Bannan experiment at offensive guard didn't last very long. The team has moved him back to defensive tackle, where he has played during his first three years in the league. The team was intrigued by the possibility of moving Bannan to offensive guard after he displayed impressive quickness and athleticism on pulls and trap plays in short yardage and goal like situations last season. But the team decided a position switch wasn't necessary after drafting G Justin Geisinger in the sixth round.'

Marker Mini Camp Ends With Some Good Performances [3:55 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Mike Mularkey says he'll go over all the practices on film before he decides how to move forward on the offensive line. All weekend long the starters were Mike Gandy, Bennie Anderson, Trey Teague, Chris Villarrial and the slimed down Mike Williams. His gut is almost gone and Mularkey says his RT spent much of the off season working with strength and conditioning coach Brad Roll.'

Marker Diminutive Parrish makes big impression on Bills [3:54 PM]
AP reports: '''Oh, he can run,'' veteran defensive back Troy Vincent said Sunday. ''He's obviously not 6-4, but he can play.'''

Marker At long last we meet gracious Buffalo legend [9:20 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It's funny how things happen. After listening to him on the air for some 40 years, I can now call him my friend and attest to his being a gentleman and a fine emissary for Western New York.'

Marker Bills tackling line vacancy [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Every year is a challenge, especially in this age of free agency when it's hard to keep guys together for more than a few years," Bills offensive line coach Jim McNally said Saturday during the Bills' three-day minicamp. "We've got a good group here. We just have to find the right guy and see if he can get the job done."'

Marker No diagnosis yet on Everett injury [8:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"He's got some swelling in it," Mularkey said after the Saturday afternoon session. "We're going to wait for that to go down, which I'm hoping is by the early part of the week, and re-evaluate it and see what the extent of the injury is."'

Marker Bills' second-round pick getting rave reviews [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: ' have seen the future and it's electric.'

Marker A leader emerges [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"It reminded me a little of when I was with New England and I would have conversations with a young guy named Tom Brady," Milloy was saying after Buffalo's minicamp practice Saturday morning at the field house across the parking lot from Ralph Wilson Stadium. "J.P. was saying all the right things and seemed so eager to learn and get better and get out there and help the team. That's exactly how Brady was. I gave J.P. the same advice I gave Tom. I told him to do everything you can to prepare yourself for success when your opportunity comes."'

Marker Arlington grad Buffalo-bound [5:00 AM]
Boston Globe reports: 'Irrelevance even passed without him. And where do you go after irrelevance? Buffalo, apparently.'

Marker Ex-UF QB sees new coach as Spurrier-type [4:58 AM]
Fort Myers News Press reports: 'Former Florida quarterback Shane Matthews, who is competing this weekend in the Dodge Celebrity Invitational at Gateway Golf and Country Club...'.

April 30, 2005

Marker Bills TE Everett misses practice with swollen knee [7:09 PM]
AP reports: 'He was briefly spotted watching Saturday morning's practice while walking on crutches and had a wrap on his left leg.'

Marker Everett's Knee Injury Is Still Unclear [7:08 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Josh Reed has been watching with a bad back. Ryan Neufeld has a groin strain while Lauvale Sape has a calf strain. Mularkey says this is a learning camp and there was no sense sending them out. He expects them in the end of May for the OTA's.'

Marker TE Everett Sidelined with Knee Injury [7:07 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Coach Mike Mularkey said after practice Saturday that the team will wait for the swelling to go down, possibly by mid-week, before evaluating it to determine the extent of the injury.'

Marker Losman loose in first practices as Bills' starter [3:05 PM]
AP reports: 'Besides having to learn the playbook, Losman's top priority has been to earn the respect of his teammates and coaches, and show he's capable of taking over the most high profile job in a football-mad town. So far so good.'

Marker Inside slant [3:01 PM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'A case of passing game overkill? When a team finishes ranked 27th in passing, probably not. But before exploring too deeply why Buffalo took a tight end with its second overall pick, it really came down to this simple fact: Coach Mike Mularkey couldn't have lived with himself had he let the 6-5, 241-pound Everett pass him by. Mularkey played nine seasons in the NFL as a tight end but he wasn't blessed with Everett's natural athleticism.'

Marker Strategy and personnel [3:00 PM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Unrestricted free agents: LS Bradford Banta; WR Drew Haddad; OT Marcus Price; OL Mike Pucillo (not tendered as RFA); FS Izell Reese.'

Marker Notes, quotes [2:59 PM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Scouts love it when one of "their" guys gets drafted and that was certainly the case for Bills scout Joe Haering. "This one's personal," he said after Buffalo took Vanderbilt guard/center Justin Geisinger in the sixth round. Geisinger's high school coach at Mt. Lebanon High in Pittsburgh was Chris Haering, Joe's nephew. "He's what we're looking for in the kind of people they want to build the offensive line around," Joe Haering said. "He's tough and very smart. He's a typical Pittsburgh kid, in a good way."'

Marker Losman grabs the reins on the first day [2:49 PM]
Tonawanda News reports: '“I think the three months has been a positive, no question about it,” Mularkey said after Friday’s afternoon session. “His presence in the huddle, his play-calling, his cadence — all the little things people take for granted, he’s doing very well right now. “I liked what I saw."

Marker Out of film room and on to field [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I was excited actually for the coaches to call the plays just so I could show the players I know my plays," Losman said. "Last year it was like, "OK, J.P.'s in. Here we go. Y'know. I don't know what he's going to call, and if he calls it, we don't know if it's going to be right.' "'

Marker Rookie tight end Everett injures knee [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Bills coach Mike Mularkey said he wouldn't know the full extent of Everett's injury until today, but doesn't think it is as serious as it looked.'

Marker Vincent applauds NFL's policy on steroids [5:08 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"The leadership of the NFLPA and the league office, we stand behind our policy," Vincent said on Friday at Ralph Wilson Stadium, where the Bills kicked off a three-day minicamp. "We know our program is strong. The commissioner has mentioned the numbers of cases we've had and the fact there have been no repeat offenders. We know our system works. We know our policy works. If I'm sitting at that table, I'm saying the same thing."'

April 29, 2005

Marker Northern Illinois NFL Free Agent List Climbs To Eight [9:56 PM]
NIUHuskies.com reports: '“The Buffalo tight end coach (Mike Miller) called during the fifth round of the draft,” Cieslak said. “They (Bills) thought I was a good fit for them. They don’t really have a blocking tight end who can catch the ball. They want me as an intermediate receiver and maybe on special teams wherever I fit in. Buffalo is looking for a physical tight end.”'

Marker Joe Rheem joins Bills [9:50 PM]
Wichita Eagle reports: 'Rheem appeared in 42 games with the Wildcats. He made 38 of 49 field-goal attempts and 173 of 183 PATs. He was 37 of 38 on PATs his senior season. Rheem's brother, Jamie, also kicked for K-State and signed with 49ers in 2001 but was injured in camp and never played.'

Marker Minicamp Begins with Losman at QB [9:30 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"It was exciting," said Losman. "I've been telling everyone I got, I got, it in the film room but you never know until you come out here. Today we had some blitz reads that we did and everything went smooth so it went good. I feel like I got it. I was nervous myself to see if I could actually do it now that I know the whole offense as opposed to last year. I felt great and I can't wait to strap it up for real."'

Marker Henry Is AWOL. Everett Hurts His Knee [9:23 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Travis Henry was a no show and will be "disciplined" according to Mike Malarkey. Henry has said numerous times he will never come back. Shane Matthews was also missing trying to iron out a few minor details on his contract.'

Marker Bills TE Everett twists left knee [9:19 PM]
AP reports: 'Everett, Buffalo's third-round pick in the NFL draft, was hurt when he made a catch and his foot appeared to stick in the turf as he planted to turn. He sat on the ground in obvious pain, slapping the turf in frustration, before the team's trainers helped lift him into a cart.'

Marker Bills to discipline Henry for missing minicamp [9:17 PM]
AP reports: '``I know that he made the statement that he was not going to show. I held out a glimmer of hope, but it did not happen,'' Mularkey said. ``He's under contract and he should be here.'''

Marker Bills Open Mini-Camp [4:46 PM]
RNews.com reports: '“The difference between college is night and day,” explained wide receiver Roscoe Parrish, Buffalo’s second round draft pick. “The periods move real quickly, there's less mistakes, they do it one time, not really over and over again. So the intensity of the practice goes by real fast. So you just got to know what you're doing and they move on to the next play as quickly as possible.”'

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