This is the April 16, 2013 news archive. View today's Bills rumors and news.
Recent mock drafts by ESPN’s Mel Kiper and Todd McShay both had one of the top two guards projected to the Bills in their respective mock drafts. However, Bills GM Buddy Nix didn’t sound all that anxious to take North Carolina’s Jonathan Cooper or A
Bills looking for long-term deal with S ByrdUpdated Apr 16 Share TweetThe Buffalo Bills are playing the waiting game with Jairus Byrd while hoping to sign their star safety to a long-term contract extension.Share TweetNext week ESPN.com will hold its annual blogger mock draft. The AFC East blog once again opened a forum for our community to put together a joint draft board. We received tons of responses via Twitter and in our AFC East inbox. Here are the top four cho…Share TweetTyler Bray can throw, no doubt about it. But what about the rest? Around the league, the jury's still out on whether Bray has the mental makeup to succeed, Don Banks writes.Source: CNNSI.com
Updating AFC East QB rankingsUpdated Apr 16 Share TweetThere has been a lot of quarterback turnover this offseason in the NFL. In the AFC East, Ryan Fitzpatrick flopped again for the Buffalo Bills in 2012 and was released. The Bills in turn signed veteran Kevin Kolb in free agency to compete with Tarvaris J…
Main purpose of pre-draft visitsUpdated Apr 16 Share TweetThe Bills conducted 30 pre-draft visits at One Bills Drive with prospects from this year’s draft class and did so over the span of just 10 days. The scouting department already knew an awful lot about all of the prospects that walked through the doors oSource: buffalobills.comShare TweetThe Bills will be looking for tight ends in the draft. DT Randy Starks didn’t join his Dolphins teammates at the start of voluntary workouts. Tedy Bruschi, Chuck Fairbanks and Leon Gray are finalists in the voting for the Patriots Hall of Fame. Jets DESource: profootballtalk.com
C.J. Spiller wakes up with 'NFL AM'Apr 16Find out how Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller put Eric Davis on the spot in a candid interview on "NFL AM."
Peter King: Even in wake of tragedy, we can't change who we are; mailApr 16Monday, and Boston, struck us all in different ways. I thought of the nearly three years my wife and I called Boston home, of the sights and local businesses we frequented in the area, and the people that worked there. The Marathon Sports store, at the …
Don Banks: In head vs. arm quarterback debate, the jury's still out on Bra…Apr 16Maybe it's all still Ryan Leaf's fault. But the specter of the Leaf debacle in San Diego, which launched 15 years ago this spring, dramatically crystallized the arm versus head debate that's such a critical component of every quarterback evaluation in t…