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Bills play-by-play man John Murphy caught up with Syracuse QB Ryan Nassib at the Senior Bowl for an interview with Buffalobills.com. Prior to extolling the virtues of Bills head coach Doug Marrone and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, Nassib wShare Tweet
For Bills GM Buddy Nix, a trip to Mobile for the Senior Bowl in January is an established routine. Nix says he’s been coming to the Senior Bowl for at least the last thirty years. But for fans who are just starting to plug into the showcase game for colShare Tweet
Marrone had different purpose in MobileAs reported in Bills Focus on Buffalobills.com by play-by-play man John Murphy on assignment at the Senior Bowl, Buffalo head coach Doug Marrone made a pitstop in Mobile on Tuesday, but his primary purpose wasn’t to get more familiar with the draft proShare TweetCNNSI.com Jan 22, 2013Just months after tearing his ACL, Marcus Lattimore has his sights on the NFL -- and in 2013. The rehabbing back is on a mission, and not letting doubt creep in, says Andy Staples.Share Tweet
Stevie Johnson wants to see a quarterback competitionprofootballtalk.com Jan 22, 2013The Bills have a new coach in Doug Marrone and many people expect to see them have a new quarterback next season as well. Ryan Fitzpatrick didn’t have a very good year in 2012, especially when it came to throwing the ball down the field, and there was pShare TweetDAILY REPORT —The NFL announced yesterday that Bills RB C.J. Spiller, DT Kyle Williams, and FS Jairus Byrd have been added to the 2013 AFC Pro Bowl roster. Spiller rushed for a career-high 1,244 yards on 207 carries and six touchdowns in 2012 — thShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 22, 2013Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson didn’t mind being compared to former Bills QB Jim Kelly. A look at possibilities for the Dolphins should they want a receiver in the draft. Patriots DE Chandler Jones reflected on a rookie year interrupted by injuries. The JetsShare Tweet