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Posted: Friday, June 8th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Benjarvus Green-Ellis, Bernard Scott, Buffalo Bills, C.J. Spiller, Chad Ochocinco, Cincinnati Bengals, Fred Jackson, New England Patriots
BenJarvus Green-Ellis is expected to split carries with Bernard Scott in Cincinnati. Find out how this affects his fantasy value.
Posted: Sunday, May 20th, 2012 | Ian Rapoport Tags: NFL, Buffalo Bills, Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions, Donovan McNabb, Ed Reed, Greg Lloyd, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Rolando McClain, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tim Tebow, Vince Young, Wes Welker
In the newspaper world, the football coverage for Sunday’s paper is in the form of a notes package. In the internet world, we can do notes, too. I’ve been trying to come up with some kinda feature for Sunday on the blog, and I may tweak this going forward.
Former Bills pass rusher Aaron Schobel is considering a return to football, according to league sources.
The deal that DE Mark Anderson signed with the Bills on Wednesday is for four years and $27.5 million, a league source said Wednesday, and $8 million is fully guaranteed.
NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora gives a sampling of opinions from executives and agents that paints a picture of a market of roughly a half-dozen teams expected to have interest in acquiring Tim Tebow.
Former Bills offensive tackle Demetrius Bell visited the Redskins on Friday, according to a league source.
Mario Williams‘ $96 million contract from the Bills included a $19 million signing bonus and a fully guaranteed $5.9 million salary in 2012.
Posted: Thursday, March 15th, 2012 | Jason La Canfora Tags: 2012 free agency, Anthony Gonzalez, Arizona Cardinals, Brandon Lloyd, Buffalo Bills, Chaz Schilens, Eddie Royal, Mario Manningham, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Randy Moss, robert meachem, San Francisco 49ers
In terms of name recognition, the early run on pass-catchers has left only a few notable options available, including WRs Mario Manningham and Brandon Lloyd.
Mario Williams is just a piece — and expensive piece — for the Bills and he’s not going to make them a great defense tomorrow.
So how did Buffalo land LB Mario Williams?
Mario Williams‘ deal with the Buffalo Bills could figure at around six years for $96 million, with $50 million guaranteed, according to league sources. Big numbers that shouldn’t come as a surprise.
The Buffalo Bills said the visit by free-agent pass-rush specialist Mario Williams will continue through Thursday.
Mario Williams opened the free-agency period with a visit to Buffalo, but he’s not expected to reach terms with the Bills on Tuesday night, according to a league source.
Mario Williams landed in Buffalo late Tuesday afternoon, a very good sign for long-suffering Bills fans.