Found February 01, 2012 on Inside the Bills:
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His career cut short by injury probably isn’t long enough to merit more consideration for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but Alex Hickey make a good case for Bills Wall of Famer Tom Sestak, arguably the best defensive tackle the franchise has ever seen. If you consider yourself a true Bills fan, but were too young to remember Sestak I encourage you to read this piece from the American Press.

Troup cleared to work out

Bills DT Torell Troup is a certified gym rat, but was not able to work out on the heels of offseason back surgery… until now. Troup was so excited that he could work out again he spread the news on his twitter account. TorellTroup GREAT NEWS!!! I’m cleared to start working out upper body with machines only. Im about to take a nap and hit the gym. TorellTroup I missed the gym...

2011 Buffalo Bills season in review

How did the Buffalo Bills wind up 6-10? At the midway point of 2011 they were 5-2. They would only win one more game, and lose seven in a row. Not good at all. This one perplexes me a bit, as we have seen some questionable decisions be made by the management but they seem to have talent. Why it never all comes together for them who can say? Of course I can try to say, but that is...

Dareus on leadership

While injuries were largely chalked up as a main reason for Buffalo’s slide out of playoff contention in 2011, Marcell Dareus said it was the leadership they lost to injury that perpetuated the slide which went seven games. “The locker room felt different,” Dareus said in a SiriusXM NFL Radio appearance Thursday. ”I can’t even explain it because I had never been through...

BDC 2/2: Fitz vs. the Pats

DAILY REPORT – The Buffalo Bills yesterday announced that Joe Frandina has returned to the club as Director – Construction Management.  Frandina previously served 15 years with the Bills, most recently as Vice President of Stadium Operations, before retiring following the 2010 season.  Frandina will be responsible for overseeing and managing all aspects of the team’s long...

Chan Gailey confirms Bills switching to 4-3 defense

When the Bills promoted Dave Wannstedt to defensive coordinator, it was expected that they would go to a 4-3 look next season. Head coach Chan Gailey confirmed that move on Monday, although it shouldn’t be too difficult a switch for the team to make. They played a lot of four-man fronts in the second half…

Stevie rolling with the Giants

Brad Smith took the time to break down the Super Bowl XLVI matchup on, but was reluctant to pick a winner. Stevie Johnson on the other hand is going with the NFC. “Honestly both teams are good,” Johnson told 1140 The Fan in Sacramento. ”Both defenses are good to me. As a choice I’m going to go with the Giants. It’s tough because I grew up a 49ers fan...

Dareus: Brady cries to refs

Bills DL Marcell Dareus has only played against Tom Brady and the Patriots twice in his young NFL career, but he already has a handle on how in his opinion Brady influences officials. Appearing on SiriusXM NFL Radio with Adam Schein and Rich Gannon, Dareus was asked how you stop Tom Brady with the Patriots poised to play the Giants in the Super Bowl. Dareus gave his opinion while...

Bills fans really hate Tom Brady after he insulted their city

After Wednesday’s media session in Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI, fans of the Buffalo Bills now have a reason to hate Patriots quarterback Tom Brady even more. The media asked Brady to describe the commitment that was made by his father Tom Sr. during the early days of his career. “My dad was always there to support me,” Brady said. “He’s been there every step of the...

Let’s role play

If you’re a Bills fan and you’re sick of hearing/thinking/talking about how traumatizing the season was, raise your hand. Great, me too. So let’s not. Instead, let’s role play. The scenario: we’re in the Super Bowl, not the Patriots. Now I’ll tell you what my life would be like if that were the case and then you can tell me what your life would be like in the comments...

Edwards returns to Miami

---On the day the Bills announced hirings and reshuffling on their coaching staff, the Miami Dolphins announced the hirng of one-time Bills DC George Edwards as their linebackers coach. Edwards rejoins the Dolphins after spending the past two years in Buffalo where he was fired by coach Chan Gailey after last season. He coached linebackers for the Dolphins from 2005-09. ---Rodney...
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