Bills Add Kicker
Titans Offer Conditional Pick: An article in today's Nashville Tennessean quotes the Titans GM as willing to give a conditional third round pick for Travis Henry. The Bills are holding out for a straight third round pick that isn't contingent on Henry hitting certain numbers. The Bills have some leverage here as the Jaguars may be the front runner for Henry as Fred Taylor recovers from a knee injury.
Thursday June 30, 2005
Bills Sign Kicker: The Bills added to their stable of kickers today by signing free agent K/P Steve Baker. He was an undrafted free agent in 2004 and spent that summer with the Oakland Raiders before being released before the start of the season. He was allocated to NFL Europe this season by the Raiders after being re-signed. He was released in March. He is the third kicker on the roster joining incumbent Rian Lindell and rookie free agent Joe Rheem. Owen Poochman who was allocated to Europe by the Bills is no longer on the roster. Teams normally only carry two kickers into camp, the continued look at kickers may mean the team isn't happy with Lindell. What do you think? Take our poll on our homepage. Depth Chart.
Wednesday June 29, 2005
Ticket Sales Date Set: The Bills announced today that individual game tickets will go on sale at 9am on July 16th. They also announced that only single seats remain for the first three of the eight home games. Those games include the opener against Houston, the Sept. 25th battle with Atlanta and the annual rival game with Miami on October 9th. Tickets will be available at the official Bills website, ticketmaster, by phone at 1-877-BB-Ticks, at the stadium, or the Rochester ticket office.
Burris Joins Broadcast Booth: The Bills announced that former cornerback Jeff Burris has re-joined the team. He will be the sideline reporter for the radio broadcasts of games this season. He will join John Murphy and former teammate Alex Van Pelt on the radio team. Burris was a former first round pick of the Bills in 1994 and played four seasons with the team.
Monday June 27, 2005
Mularkey Works With Losman: Before the head coach and the starting quarterback take off for vacation they decided to get some work in together. J.P. Losman has spent all offseason watching film with QB coach Sam Wyche. Coach Mularkey decided it was time for a little one on one time with his quarterback. Mularkey told the Bills official website that he came away impressed with Losman's knowledge as the two watched film for a few days. He said he threw questions at the young QB and he had the answers. The next step is to see the film study transfer onto the field in training camp and into the season.
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