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Share TweetOregon head coach Chip Kelly has reportedly set up a head coaching interview with the Bills, but they’ve got competition. According to USA Today, Kelly has set up interviews with the Bills, Browns and Eagles some time after the Fiesta Bowl. Kelly’s OrShare TweetBack to work tonight on The John Murphy Show, while the Bills get to work interviewing head coaching candidates. Tonight, we’ll talk about the search for the next coach, and we’ll open up the phone lines to hear what Bills fans think about the names bShare TweetThe Bills coaching search team is going to be busy out west and their travels will stretch beyond Arizona. A day after reports came out that Buffalo had requested permission to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, the Associated Pr…
C.J. helping Sandy Hook victimsUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetC.J. Spiller and the Buffalo Bills are looking to help the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy. Up for sale right now on NFL Auction are C.J. Spiller’s 1,000 yard rushing cleats that he wore Sunday, 12/16 for the Seattle Seahawks game. The clea
Byrd, McKelvin, Spiller make All-Pro PFF teamUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetThe film reviewers and analytic stat crunchers at Pro Football Focus have put out their 2012 All-Pro team and three Bills make an appearance. Jairus Byrd earned 1st team free safety honors, while Leodis McKelvin earned a second team nod as a return man …
Gilmore on Kiper’s All-Rookie teamUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetESPN.com’s Mel Kiper has put together his NFL All-Rookie team and he’s got Buffalo’s top draft choice on his list. Kiper had Stephon Gilmore on his All-Rookie roster. Here’s what he wrote about the talented cornerback. Stephon Gilmore, Bills: Muc
Nix: Our talent hasn’t been maximizedUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetIn a one-on-one sitdown with Buffalobills.com, Bills GM Buddy Nix went one step further in explaining why the results on the field have not proven the talent level on the roster is better. The Bills general manager has said on more than one occasion tha…
New coach will have same top task as lastUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetFormer Bills head coach Chan Gailey’s primary task walking in the door back in 2010 was to eradicate the losing culture that had enveloped the team’s locker room and made the team one that lacked mental toughness in games. Gailey came very close to riShare TweetDAILY REPORT —Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson, Jr. announced yesterday that he has elevated Russ Brandon to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer. The promotion provides Brandon with full authority over the entire organization’s operaShare TweetNew Bills President Russ Brandon said of his conversation with owner Ralph Wilson, “He told me he was passing the torch to run this franchise in totality. He has granted me full authority to run this franchise with zero restrictions and zero limitationsSource: profootballtalk.com
Kerry J. Byrne: Momentum means a lot in the playoffs, but who has it?Jan 2The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks enter the 2012 postseason red hot and razor sharp. If momentum matters, they're heading for a collision course in New Orleans.
Ray Lewis retires -- Ravens linebacker among five best defensive players e…Jan 2Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis won't be easily replaced by Baltimore or the NFL at large.