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Linebacker Bryan Scott says he's signed a one-year contract to remain with the Buffalo Bills, and forego the chance to become an unrestricted free agent next week.
He's a 10-year veteran, who has spent the past six seasons in Buffalo, where he's filled various roles. Scott has played linebacker and safety and been a regular on special teams.
Scott first announced the signing on his Twitter account Wednesday. He confirmed it to The Associated Press by phone from his offseason home in Atlanta.
Believing the Bills are on the right track, Scott says he would've been disappointed if he didn't get the opportunity to stay in Buffalo.
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While you were busy getting over seeing Andy Levitre play elsewhere next year or daydreaming about Mike Wallace wearing royal blue, the Bills brought back two of their more eclectic if not marginal players: Bryan Scott and Dorin Dickerson.
While neither move is something that would alter anyone’s outlook of Buffalo’s 2013 prospects, both players share a quality that is central...
Vince Young's NFL career may not be over after all.
The former Longhorn great will work out at Texas' pro day on March 26 along with UT's current pro prospects.
Sports Illustrated's Stewart Mandel broke the news, which he attributed to Texas coach Mack Brown, in a tweet Tuesday.
It's been known for some time that Young was back in Austin, taking classes and...
The Buffalo Bills have tendered an offer to exclusive rights free agent TE Dorin Dickerson, the team announced Wednesday, via Pro Football Talk. In 2012, Dickerson played in 11 games, catching 9 passes for 117 yards.
The Buffalo Bills haven't given up on re-signing cornerback Leodis McKelvin before the former first-round draft pick is eligible to become a free agent next week.
McKelvin's agent, Hadley Engelhard, told The Associated Press on Thursday that negotiations are ongoing, and the two sides are scheduled to talk again Friday. He described talks as being in ''the beginning...
According to the Associated Press, Leodis McKelvin’s agent Hadley Engelhard told them that he’s scheduled to meet with the Buffalo Bills on Friday as they work towards trying to get a contract extension completed.
McKelvin’s agent, Hadley Engelhard, told The Associated Press on Thursday that negotiations are ongoing, and the two sides are scheduled to talk again Friday. He...
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Linebacker Shawne Merriman is calling it “Lights Out” on his career.
The three-time Pro Bowl selection and 2005 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year said on his website Tuesday night that he intends to file retirement papers.
“I retire today not because I don’t feel I can go out there and still play the game at a very high level,” Merriman wrote. “I am retiring...
Vince Young is attempting an NFL comeback, and the former NFL Rookie of the Year is hoping to repair his image and name in the process.
Young, who was released by the Buffalo Bills last August, is planning to work out for scouts at the University of Texas on March 26. He is confident he can be an asset for a club, and he is hoping and praying that a team gives him another chance...
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Shawn Merriman was one of the most feared pass rushers in the NFL at
one point in his career. After today he is going to be just another one of the
masses looking for a job.
The one time Defensive Rookie of the Year winner...
Vince Young was once thought of to be the future of NFL quarterbacks. He was a Heisman Trophy finalist at the University of Texas, won a national championship, was the NFL rookie of the year with the Tennessee Titans and appeared his career appeared to be trending upward.
Fast forward to now and Young is broke and out of football. After pouting and playing his way out of Tennessee...
Shawne Merriman announced his retirement on Tuesday, giving us a chance to fully reflect on one of the strangest careers in NFL history -- one that will turn him into a poster boy for steroids in football for many, many years to come.
During his first three years in the league, Merriman recorded more sacks than any other player in the NFL. That despite the fact he missed six games...
Shawne Merriman, 28, was arguably the most exciting player in the NFL to watch when he was in his prime with the Chargers. But in recent years, “Lights Out” hasn’t been very exciting. Yesterday, Merriman acknowledged this fact and announced that he would be turning the lights out on his career.
San Diego drafted Merriman with the 12th overall pick in the 2005 draft. Merriman...
I think this is what they called a forced retirement.
Truth be told, once he was busted for steroids he was never the same player.
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