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– Buffalo Bills players and Bills Alumni Association members will join 50 kids at an event to help remind fans to donate and drop off new warm clothing at any M&T Bank branch for the Salvation Army. The event is at the Salvation Army Community Center in Buffalo at 4:30-6 pm tonight. Buffalo Bills players including cornerback Aaron Williams, quarterback Tyler Thigpen, wide receiver Ruvell Martin and tight end Mike Caussin. Bills Alumni Association members including Bills Wall of Fame cornerback Booker Edgerson, former defensive back Jeff Nixon, former center Adam Lingner and former tight end Mark Brammer.
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Unless you live under a rock, or if you actually do something on Sundays other that starfish on your couch for nine hours, then you surely heard about Stevie Johnson and his celebration following a first half touchdown. The Bills wide out escaped Revis Island on a quick slant and had quite the celebration afterwards. In honor of his counterpart Plaxico Burress, Johnson did...
No one doubts 25-year old WR Steve Johnson’s talent. But, he needs to quit acting like a fool so much because it often backfires and the Bills have to pay for it. His whole celebration last Sunday making fun of Plaxico Burress and then flying around like a Jet, cost the Bills 15 yards, which certainly aided the Jets in the game. Johnson has played in 11 games for the Bills...
Steven Johnson, the Buffalo Bills star receiver, may have hit the party button a little too early on sunday during their game against the New York Jets. His dance during his touchdown drive in the first quarter has landed himself in the top spot for most talked about celebration of the season thus far. Not only did Johnson pull out double six shooters, but he also pretended to shoot...
Steve Johnson got off easy for mocking Plaxico Burress by pretending to shoot himself in the leg as a touchdown celebration. The Buffalo Bills wide receiver will have to pay only a $10,000 fine for the action from Sunday's game.
The Associated Press reported the news. The NFL has yet to publicly announce the fine.
Johnson should consider himself lucky that he got off so easy...
Steve Johnson fake shot himself in the leg to mock Plaxico Burress on Sunday, then blamed his team's loss on the penalty he received, all while ignoring the two easy touchdowns he dropped on the Buffalo Bills' final drive. We mention of all this as an introduction to this photograph, which is the best we've seen of Johnson's impersonation of Plax walking into a club...
For a sport that has had the tenuous nickname “The No Fun League” for many years, the crying out over what Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson did on Sunday afternoon shouldn’t be surprising.
Late in the first half of the game against their division rivals, the New York Jets, after hauling in a touchdown catch Johnson celebrated by forming his hands into the shape of...
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Stay classy, Stevie Johnson. The young wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills mocked Plaxico Burress after scoring a touchdown against the New York Jets by pretending to shoot himself in the thigh. As you remember, Plaxico Burress was arrested and served jail time after shooting himself in the leg back in 2008.
Stevie Johnson’s celebration got him flagged for excessive celebration...
With all the hoopla surrounding Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson and his touchdown celebration what seems to be forgotten by many is the stellar game he had against the so-called best cover corner in the NFL, Darrelle Revis.