Found October 20, 2011 on
Inside the Bills:
Most fans know the important of chemistry to an offensive line. A lot of that chemistry can be built off the field, which is what Buffalo’s offensive linemen do with their quarterback.
Here’s a Sporting News piece on what Buffalo’s offensive linemen do on Fridays with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
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The Buffalo Bills and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick are closing in on a long-term contract extension, ESPN reported Thursday night.
The report did not provide terms, other than to say it would be valued among "second-tier" quarterbacks. That would put the annual value between $9 million and $12 million.
Fitzpatrick, 28, threw for career highs of 3,000 yards, 23 TDs and...
It is being reported this morning that the Buffalo Bills are in discussions with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick regarding a long-term deal which will keep the quarterback a member of the franchise beyond the 2011 NFL season. The Bills have struggled to find a starting caliber quarterback for several seasons and Fitzpatrick has finally emerged to solidify that position for Buffalo...
Thus far this season, Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has played on an elite level, leading the Bills to a 4-2 record, one game behind the division-leading Patriots in the AFC East.
Now it appears he’s about to be paid like an elite player, too.
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Bills are working toward signing Fitzpatrick to a long-term contract extension, one that’s...
A handful of nicknames have been thrown around for Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Last season, Fitzpatrick...
We noted early this month that the Bills and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick were working on a new contract. Those contract talks appear to be making sufficient progress that a new deal could be announced next week. Multiple reports surfaced Thursday night that a deal is geting close and could get finished when the Bills, who…
Even in a bye week, the Buffalo Bills have hit the pause button on contract talks with Ryan Fitzpatrick but sources say he could be soon saying hello to a new contract that will secure him as the team's starting quarterback beyond 2011.