Gildon Officially A Bill: The Bills announced today that Jason Gildon has officially signed his contract and is now a Bill. Terms of the deal were not disclosed but earlier reports say it is a one year deal worth between $1 and $1.25 Million.
Tickets Available Monday: The Bills also announced today that tickets for the Browns scrimmage and the first of two night practices will be available on Monday. Tickets for the August 7th scrimmage cost $2 for kids and $6 for adults and will be available at 9am on July 26th. Also at that time tickets for the August 4th night practice will be available. Tickets for the August 11th night practice will be made available on Monday August 2nd at 9am. Tickets to the two night practice are free but you need one to get into St. Johns Fisher. They will be available at all Tops Market locations.
Spikes Internet Appearance: Takeo Spikes is scheduled to be a guest on the Pro Football Central internet radio show at 8pm tonight! Check it out!
Tuesday July 20, 2004
Three Picks Remain Unsigned: As training camp approaches the top three draft picks remain unsigned for the Bills. Tom Donahoe said talks are progressing nicely with third round pick Tim Anderson and he looks for talks to pick up this week with first round picks J.P. Losman and Lee Evans. There is little doubt that Anderson will be in camp when players report on July 31st but the top picks may be a different story. Donahoe doesn't forsee any long holdouts since both players know how important it is to be in camp and both agents are very respectable. The last three years the top pick has not made it to camp in time but the holdouts have been very short.
Monday July 19, 2004
Gildon Not Official: Jason Gildon agreed to his deal with the Bills on Friday but has yet to sign a contract. His agent told Empire that some language still needs to be worked out but that his client will be joining the Bills. Gildon is expected to be in town mid-week to start house hunting.
Jets Game Nearly Soldout: The November 7th matchup with the Jets has only a few thousand seats left making it the fourth game that will be virtually soldout. The opener against Jacksonville and the two home games against the other two division rivals already have no tickets available at this time. The tickets for the October 31st matchup with Arizona has seen brisk sales since individual game tickets went on sale on Saturday.
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