Found March 09, 2012 on
New York Jets
Amidst the whirlwind of signings of late, it's almost easy to forget that Buffalo ended the season with many of their prime players healing from the bumps and bruises of the game. Major names fell to season-ending injuries too often throughout the year and while it's wonderful that names like Steve Johnson and Scott Chandler have gotten so much attention lately, there are some still recovering in the off season. For those of you curious as to the status of some of the key players on the Buffalo Bills, here's an update on some of the more essential pieces for the upcoming 2012 season.
6. Roscoe Parrish - Originally slated by many to be the Robin to Stevie Johnson's Batman in 2011, the seventh year receiver was lost to a severe left ankle injury early in the year. One of the prime kick returners, as well as a sure-handed wide out, Parrish was forced to the bench the remainder of the year, making it the fourth consecutive season that injuries forced him out. He'...
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Linebacker Kirk Morrison has agreed to a two-year contract potentially worth more than $4 million with the Buffalo Bills.
Morrison will earn more than $2 million a season should he meet incentive clauses included in the contract, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press on Friday. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team did not divulge the...
Here are your final rosters:
QBS: Starter: Ryan Fitzpatrick Backup: Tyler Thigpen
RBS: Starter: CJ SpillerBackups: Johnny White, Terrance Ganaway, Corey McIntyre
WRS: Starters: Stevie Johnson- Laurent Robinson-Steve SmithBackups: David Nelson, Brad Smith, Marquiz Maze, Marcus Easley and Donald Jones (Note: 2 of these guys will be cut most likely)
The Buffalo Bills retained another key member of their receiving attack before the start of free agency after tight end Scott Chandler agreed to a two-year contract on Thursday.
The Bills announced the deal had been reached, while Chandler's agent, Rick E. Smith, provided the length of the contract in an e-mail to The Associated Press.
Chandler announced the deal himself on...
Okay, I'm about to wander down a very unfamiliar path for me: Writing about the Bills. However, there have been some folks on Twitter and elsewhere who want to cut Ryan Fitzpatrick and go after Peyton Manning. I feel the need to get this out there for those of you who are thinking that. It's a terrible idea, and it's never going to happen.
Peyton Manning is a future...
Another Bill is coming back home. About a half hour ago, Scott Chandler tweeted the following: “Reunited and it feels so good!!! Blessed to be back with the Bills! Nowhere else I want to be!” The news will come with joy from Bills fans as the team has managed to keep another one of their key free agents. With the Stevie Johnson signing and now the Chandler signing, the Bills...
Retired NFL safety Coy Wire says he was part of a small group of Buffalo Bills players who pooled money and rewarded themselves for hurting opponents during his rookie season in 2002.
Though the Bills were coached by Gregg Williams then, Wire told The Associated Press on Thursday the ''pay-for-play pool'' was solely player-driven. Wire says he was wrong and crossed...
Nixon Peabody will represent Erie County when it negotiates a new lease for Ralph Wilson Stadium this year.
County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz announced Friday that his staff had chosen the law firm from 13 companies that submitted proposals to serve as special outside counsel for lease talks with the Buffalo Bills .
"We were impressed by Nixon Peabody's tremendous amount...
According to Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550 in Buffalo, the Bills might possibly target wide receiver Marques Colston, once free agency kicks off next week.
I think it’s pretty clear the Bills are still looking for another dynamic receiver, even though they just locked up Stevie Johnson to a long-term deal. They’ve already been rumored to be interested in Vincent Jackson.