Bills have split loyalties in race for White House

Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards said he will be voting for Barack Obama on Tuesday, but not all of his teammates share his political views.

However, there are a number of Bills who share Edwards’ interest in the political process, reports Allen Wilson of The Buffalo News.

“Backup quarterback J. P. Losman and defensive end Copeland Bryan also studied political science at Tulane and Arizona, respectively,” writes Wilson. “Right guard Brad Butler was a government major at Virginia, while offensive tackle Kirk Chambers graduated Stanford with a degree in public policy.” More

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