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An apologetic Buffalo Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin acknowledges he was wrong and will not dispute a $75 fine for failing to follow a crew member's orders during a flight to Buffalo.
McKelvin said Thursday that he was ticketed for refusing to turn off his cellphone and failing to buckle his seatbelt while traveling from New York City on Tuesday.
He says he's apologized and intends to pay the fine. Buffalo's 2008 first-round draft pick adds he should've known better and did what he was told.
Buffalo's WIVB-TV first reported McKelvin had been fined on Wednesday.
A Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority police report says McKelvin refused to comply with a request to turn off his cellphone and place the bag that was under his seat into an overhead compartment.
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Leodis McKelvin was issued a Notice of Violation by the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) Police for allegedly interfering with a crew during a flight.
According to WIVB.com, Buffalo Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin has been accused of disrupting a Delta flight from New York City to Buffalo.
According to NFTA Spokesman Doug Hartmayer, Bills Cornerback Leodis McKelvin was repeatedly asked to turn off his cellphone and place baggage in the overhead compartment. Hartmayer says McKelvin refused to comply and at some point there was...
Add the Bills to the list of teams that have to evaluate their QB situation this offseason.
After going a red hot 13-1 in week 11, I went 2-1 on Thanksgiving day. For the season that makes it 106-57. I'm still in striking distance of .750 for the season.
Let's take a look at week 12.
Minnesota at Chicago - The Vikings are coming off their bye week to face a...
It seems like it's been so long since Shawne Merriman registered a sack, he can't get the numbers straight.
''What's it been, `09?'' the Buffalo Bills defensive end said Wednesday. Actually, Merriman overlooked the one he had against Cincinnati last year.
But who's counting? One sack over two seasons for someone who had 39 1/2 in his first three...
The Buffalo Bills are expected to have running back Fred Jackson
and defensive lineman Chris Kelsay back this weekend when they take on the Indianapolis
Jackson, who was out last Thursday against the Miami
Dolphins due to a concussion, is expected to return today for the Bills. As of
Monday the running back hadn’t completed all of his concussion protocol, but he
Bills head coach Chan Gailey told reporters that even though Fred Jackson has been cleared following a recent a concussion, C.J. Spiller will get the start against the Colts this weekend, via BuffaloBills.com.
“C.J. will start, but we’re still going to play Fred,” said Gailey. “It takes two. It does. So Fred will get quite a few snaps, but C.J. will start and get the majority...
Last week: 25 (+4)
It’s looking more and more likely that Ryan Fitzpatrick will not be back as the starter next season, owed 7.25 million non-guaranteed. GM Buddy Nix is known for being an open book when it comes to his offseason plans and his draft plans in particular. In 2010, he mentioned several times how much he wants one of those really speedy backs. Then with...
One, maybe two weeks ago the primary focus for many Bills fans was April. After an uninspiring loss to the Texans and a heartbreaker to the Pats, the Bills were in better shape for a high draft pick than a playoff berth.
Yet, the Thursday night victory over the Dolphins suddenly reinvigorated the internal optimist throughout Bills Nation. The Bills are certainly on the outside...
PSY will preform “Gangnam Style” at halftime of the NFL game between the Buffalo Bills and the Seattle Seahawks. The game will take place at the Rogers Centre in Toronto on December 16th.
According to BuffaloBills.com
The ever popular “Gangnam Style” song by international sensation PSY is going to be the song of the game in Toronto. PSY will headline halftime at the Bills...
Buffalo Bills (4-6) at Indianapolis Colts (6-4)
I’ve called Indianapolis a perpetually underrated team all year. Starting week 2, they were home dogs for Minnesota, 3 point home favorites for Jacksonville, touchdown home dogs for the Packers, 3.5 point road dogs against the Jets, 1 point home favorites for Cleveland, 3.5 point road dogs against the Titans, home dogs for Miami,...
After allowing a punt return for a touchdown in a loss to the New England Patriots last week, Indianapolis Colts interim coach Bruce Arians knew something needed to be done about the team's return coverage, and fast. He'll find out just how much improvement can be done in one week Sunday when his team faces off against the Buffalo Bills, who tout the league's most explosive...