Bills owner Ralph Wilson says the team won’t reach for a quarterback they don’t consider to be the best player available with the third overall pick.
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Bill Cowher could coach in 2010 if the right situation comes along. Despite reports that he has cooled his interest in a return to coaching in 2010, the former Steelers coach is still weighing his options.
Mike Shanahan has emerged as the Bills’ “No. 1 candidate” to become their full-time coach after the season, according to a source close to the team.
Posted: Wednesday, November 18th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Adrian Peterson, Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Brandon Jacobs, Buffalo Bills, Chris Johnson, Dick Jauron, Isaac Bruce, Josh Morgan, Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, Ralph Wilson, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Steve Hutchinson, Steven Jackson, Terrell Owens
If Ralph Wilson is serious about making the Bills a prominent NFL franchise once again, it’s time to fork out the money and bring in the right people, writes Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan.
Buffalo Bills interim coach Perry Fewell met with the media late Tuesday, remaining tight-lipped on everything except his coaching philosophy.
Posted: Wednesday, August 12th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Al Davis, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Dan Rooney, Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Mike Vick, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers, Ralph Wilson, Roger Goodell, San Francisco 49ers, Terrell Owens, Tony Dungy, Trent Edwards
Trying to narrow down the potential players for the services of free-agent QB Mike Vick.
Bud Adams and Ralph Wilson, pioneers and founding fathers of the AFL, just shared a few minutes together … and then Mr. Adams started dancing in the end zone.
If you weren’t touched by the Hall of Fame acceptance speech delivered by Bills owner Ralph Wilson, I don’t know what you were watching.
Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson Jr. was first up for enshrinement at Saturday night’s Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremonies. Fitting that the oldest member of the Class of 2009.
Hall of Fame WR Tommy McDonald has embarked on a second career as the highlight of the Pro Football Hall of Fame inductions.
Posted: Saturday, August 8th, 2009 | Frank Tadych Tags: Bob Hayes Jr., Carl Peterson, Chris Berman, Darrion Thomas, Hall of Fame, O.K. Fulton, Ralph Wilson, Randall McDaniel, Rich Eisen, Rod Woodson, Roger Staubach, Tracy Foster
The inductees and their presenters have congregated in the green room offstage, where their getting a run-through of today’s ceremony. Consider it the hurry-up-and-wait before the show.
The threat of rain is not deterring Bills fans from being in a festive mood. Though, if you can sit through a December football game Ralph Wilson Stadium, then some summer drizzle in Ohio really should not be too much of a problem.
Don Criqui, master of ceremonies for Friday night’s Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinees dinner, had a couple of pretty good lines about 90-year-old Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson, a member of the Class of 2009.
Posted: Friday, August 7th, 2009 | Adam Rank Tags: Andre Reed, Bruce Smith, Chuck Howley, Deacon Jones, Don Coryell, Drew Pearson, Eddie Meador, Hall of Fame, Jim Kelly, Joe Gibbs, Kellen Winslow, Lee Roy Jordan, Merlin Olsen, Ralph Wilson
One of the biggest themes leading up to the Hall of Fame, next to the incoming class, is the list of players not in the Hall of Fame. Put a microphone in front of a player and he’ll instantly start campaigning for teammates who belong in the Hall of Fame.
There are more than 80 members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame here for this weekend’s enshrinement festivities, almost all of them staying at the McKinley Grand Hotel in downtown Canton. Which happens to be where the NFL Auctions crew has set up shop.