Found January 07, 2013 on Buddy Nixon:
Rank Player Team Pos. Age Status 1 Ryan Clady DEN OT 26 2 Jairus Byrd BUF S 26   3 Victor Cruz NYG WR 26 R 4 Andre Smith CIN OT 26 5 Greg Jennings   GB WR 29 6 Henry Melton CHI DT 26 7 Dwayne Bowe KC WR 28 F 8 Wes Welker NE WR 32 F 9 Joe Flacco   BAL QB 28 10 Sebastian Vollmer NE OT 28 11 Andy Levitre BUF G 27 12 Michael Bennett TB DE 27 13 Mike Wallace   PIT WR 27 F 14 Steven Jackson STL RB 30 15 Anthony Spencer DAL OLB 29 F 16 Dashon Goldson   SF S 28 F 17 Danny Amendola    STL WR 27 18 Branden Albert KC OT 28 19 Brent Grimes ATL CB 30 F 20 Jake Long   MIA OT 28 21 Will Beatty NYG OT 28 22 Randy Starks MIA DT 29 23 Phil Loadholt MIN OT 27 24 Aqib Talib TB CB 27 25 Richard Seymour OAK DT 33 26 Martellus Bennett NYG TE 26 27 Jermon Bushrod NO OT 29 28 Kenny Phillips NYG S 26 29 William Moore ATL S 28 30 Cliff Avril DET DE 26 F 31 Philip Wheeler OAK OLB 28 32 Heath Miller PIT TE 30 33 Chris Houston DET CB 28 34 Gosder Cherilus   DET OT 29 35 Alan Branch SEA DT 28 36 Brian Hartline MIA WR 26 37 Jason Jones SEA DT 27 38 Michael Johnson CIN DE 26 39 Tony Gonzalez ATL TE 37 40 Desmond Bryant OAK DT 27 41 Ed Reed BAL S 34 42 Daryl Smith JAX OLB 31 43 Danario Alexander SD WR 25 R 44 Leodis McKelvin BUF CB 27 45 Osi Umenyiora   NYG DE 31 46 Reggie Bush MIA RB 28 47 Sean Smith   MIA CB 26 48 Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie   PHI CB 27 49 Dwight Freeney IND DE/OLB 33 50 Brian De La Puente   NO C 28 R   According to reports, the Bills currently have 11.7 million in cap space. Who do you want? Tweet us @buddynixon

Bills make the smart decision, Doug Marrone next head coach

After a number of interviews the Buffalo Bills moved forward and selected former head coach of Syracuse, Doug Marrone. An interview took place Friday according to and according to WGR550 the Bills have agreed to hire him. Marrone has spent the past four seasons turning around a wayward Syracuse program, and led the Orange to a 38-14 victory in the Pinstripe Bowl...

Bills find their next head coach

The Buffalo Bills didn't have to stray far from home to find the successor to Chan Gailey, plucking Doug Marrone away from the Syracuse football team. 

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The Buffalo Bills have been very successful in free agency ever since general manager Buddy Nix took control of player personnel decisions in prior to the 2010 season, acquiring talent such as Scott Chandler, Drayton Florence, Kraig Urbik, Brad Smith, Dwan Edwards, Nick Barnett, Shawne Merriman, Mark Anderson, and Mario Williams. The 2013 offseason should [...]The post Buffalo Bills...

Bills Have Big Decisions To Make At Both Safety Positions

The Buffalo Bills ended another disappointing season, finishing with a 6-10 record for their 2012 campaign. There were some bright spots on the team, most notably at the free safety position held down by Jairus Byrd. With free agency commencing in March, Buddy Nix has a huge task of retaining Byrd, who is set to [...]The post Bills Have Big Decisions To Make At Both Safety Positions...

Doug Marrone gets Sean Payton's endorsement: "He's ready"

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton knows new Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone well. Doug was the Saints' offensive coordinator from 2006-2008 before leaving to coach Syracuse. Payton was there for his old friend to help him sort through all the mess of interviewing for a job, speaking with him two or three times during the last couple of weeks, according to Larry...

Unripe Orange: Marrone hiring Syracuse offensive coordinator to lead Bills' offense

New Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone told reporters Monday that he wanted his new coordinators to have "thorough NFL experience."Guess he was exaggerating just a bit.Marrone, most recently the head coach of the Syracuse Orange, is bringing over his former offensive coordinator at Syracuse, Nathaniel Hackett (pictured), to assume the same role with the Bills, according...

Bills Targeting Saints OC Pete Carmichael To Run Their Offense?

Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes that the Buffalo Bills and new head coach Doug Marrone could be targeting Saints OC Pete Carmichael to take over as their offensive coordinator next season. ESPN’s Adam Schefter previously reported that Carmichael and Saints offensive line coach Aaron Kromer will both become free agents following the season. Florio adds that his sources...

A Way Too Early 2013 Buffalo Bills Mock Draft

Well, the 2012-2013 NFL playoffs are underway, and the college football season just concluded with the Alabama Crimson Tide winning their second straight BCS National Championship. The Bills are selecting in the top 10 of the 2013 NFL Draft, and it will be very interesting to see which direction head coach Doug Marrone and general [...]The post A Way Too Early 2013 Buffalo Bills...

Mike Pettine Headline Bills’ Defensive Coodinator Search

The Buffalo Bills introduced Doug Marrone today as the team’s new head coach, and he seemingly has wasted little time beginning his search for a coaching staff. Two names that popped up in reports throughout the media for the team’s defensive coordinator position were New York Jets’ coordinator Mike Pettine, and Jacksonville Jaguars coordinator Mel [...]The post Mike Pettine...

Buffalo Bills Highlights

If this doesn’t make you happy? I dont know what will. Go Bills #forever

Fred Jackson was at best '80 percent healthy' in 2012

Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson returned to the field in swift fashion after sustaining an LCL sprain in his right knee Week 1 of the 2012 season. He was expected to return no sooner than four weeks, with an eight-week hiatus within the realm of possiblity.Jackson was back in three weeks, just in time for a game against New England Patriots that he "had" to play...

Marrone Leaves Syracuse for Buffalo Bills

Doug Marrone has been a hot commodity, taking several NFL interviews. Early Sunday morning, those interviews turned into a job as he agreed to become the next head coach of the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo Bills 2013 Needs

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