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Buffalobills.com has begun a series of 25 questions online to be mulled over in 25 days. The series, which began June 30, has tackled the questions of:
#25 Which rookies will contribute early?
#24 Who will be the nickel corner?
#23 What position group will adapt to the 4-3 the quickest?
#22 Can Eric Wood return to form?
#21 Will Gilmore be a difference maker as a rookie?
#20 Will the Bills average more than 24 points per game?
The series will continue for 19 more days as the Buffalo Bills' journalists seek the answers to the questions people ask the most.
To read these stories, go to www.buffalobills.com.
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Buffalo Bills WR Stevie Johnson has dove into the pool of famous athletes that want to try their hands at making music. His track “Run It Back,” is on-par musically with what’s out there with it’s rolling snares and sparse instrumentation.
To read this review and watch the video for Johnson's single that features The Game, please click the link below.
Bill center Eric Wood seems to be coming along well as he rehabs the town ACL on his right knee.
He told Buffalonews.com, “I feel great. I’m in great shape,”... “Obviously I haven’t tested it in any practice or anything, but a lot of that is just being cautious. We don’t want to do anything now that’ll set me back. The goal is to be back for the first game. I trust...
Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller has high hopes for the team this season.
While speaking to NFL Sirius XM Radio recently, Spiller said he thinks the team can resemble the Buffalo Bills squads from the early 1990s. Those teams were regularly competing for Super Bowl Championships.
“We split with New England. We had the Giants on the ropes. We are close to being a Super...
Add another profesional athlete to take a crack at a professional music career. Steve "why so serious" Johnson he has taken on a new moniker - "Stevie Barbarian".
The recent remarks of Buffalo center Eric Wood, regarding his solid rehabilitation from the knee injury that limited him to nine games in 2011, magnified the confidence of the Bills' staff about an improved line this year. Buffalo coaches feel that if Wood can stay healthy - the former first-rounder has suffered two major injuries in three seasons, a fractured leg in '...
The list goes on and on of athletes who have nothing better to do with their time than try to become hip-hop stars. While the list of attempts is long, the actual success stories are few and far between.
The latest pro athlete to throw his hat in the ring is Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson, who joined forces with west coast bad boy, The Game. The track is called...
Less than two months after a lucky fan was able to purchase a pawned Packers ring — and another turned up in a drug bust — there’s one more piece of memorabilia up for grabs.
On Wednesday, Green Bay guard Josh Sitton tweeted that a Packers Super Bowl XLV ring is up for auction on HA.com, hailed as “The World’s Largest Collectables Auctioneer.”
The ring, which weighs...
Jay Ross a defensive lineman now with the Buffalo Bills is putting his 2010 Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV Championship Players' ring up for auction via Heritage Auctions, reports the NFL.com.
The ring weighs four ounces or a quarter of a pound! Bidding begins July 14 and ends August 2.
Ross was on the Packers' practice squad in 2010
Earlier in the week, we featured Philadelphia Eagles star wide receiver DeSean Jackson working on his rap freestyles.
DeSean isn't the only star wide receiver working on his rapping abilities. Check out this offering with Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson called, "Run It Back" featuring The Game: