Moorman Gets Contract Extension
Tickets On Sale Now: Individual game tickets are now on sale to the general public. As we reported earlier in the week three games are unavailable at all, the Broncos, Jets, and Cowboys games. To other games are very close to being soldout, the Ravens and Patriots game, leaving three games with good seats available. To get your tickts you can go online to the team's website or ticketmaster.com. You can also get them by phone by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS or in person at the stadium box office or the Bills store in Rochester.
Thursday July 12, 2007
Tickets Available Tomorrow: Individual game tickets for five 2007 home games go on sale Saturday but if you are a registered Bills Backers member on the team's website you can get tickets tomorrow. Three of the home games will not be made available to the general public. The Broncos, Jets, and Cowboys games are basically soldout. The team is holding some tickets to those games for potential season ticket buyers. Tickets will be available online at the team's website or from ticketmaster.com. You can also get them by phone by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS but busy signals are expected to be numerous in the initial hours of Saturday morning. You can get you tickets in person at the stadium box office or the Bills store in Rochester.
Hockey At The Ralph? Speculation is running rampant that the Sabres may play a regular season game outdoors at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The NHL schedule was released yesterday with the Sabres hosting the Penguins on New Year's day but no site has been announced. That game may be played at the Ralph if details can be worked out. The Bills end their regular season on December 30th in Philadelphia so they do have time to transform the football field into a hockey rink.
Wednesday July 11, 2007
Jackson Released: The Bills have released kicker/punter Chris Jackson. The team was over the 80 man roster limit with the signing of Trent Edwards late yesterday. Jackson was no longer needed after the team signed D.J. Fitzpatrick to fill that role last week. Jackson was originally signed on May 3rd. Front Office Page.
Edwards Signs: The Bills have come to terms with third round draft pick, QB Trent Edwards. The deal was announced late yesterday. He is the 2nd of seven draft picks to sign. The final pick, C.J. Ah You signed last month. The team should start signing the lower round picks at a faster pace with training camp just two weeks away.
Tuesday July 10, 2007
Parking Prices Rise: The Rochester D&C revealed that the team is raising their parking rates a whopping 67%. It will now cost $25 to park your car at Ralph Wilson Stadium after it cost $15 last year. RV prices will go up from $25 to $40 and $50 if they arrive the day of the game. Limos and buses will now cost $60 instead of $40.
Wednesday July 4, 2007
Bills Add Kicker: The Bills used their last NFL Europe roster exemption yesterday by adding kicker/punter D.J. Fitzpatrick. He played three games for the Berlin Thunder this year and was 3 for 6 on field goals. The Bills feel he can help with kickoffs, kicking, and punting in training camp. Depth Chart.
Tuesday July 3, 2007
Moorman Gets $10 Million: The AP is reporting that the contract extension Brian Moorman signed is worth $10 Million for the three added years to his deal. The contract also restructures money in the remaining three years of the current deal. Moorman continues to hold the club record with a career average 43.47 yards per punt.
Christie To Kick Again: Former Bills kicker Steve Christie is making a comeback in his homeland. He signed a practice roster agreement with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL yesterday. His last year in the NFL was 2004 as he played 15 years in the league and played for the Bills in three Super Bowls.
Monday July 2, 2007
Moorman Gets Extension: All-pro punter Brian Moorman was given a contract extension today that will likely keep him a Bill for the rest of his career. Moorman's new deal keeps him among the highest paid punters in the leauge but details were not disclosed of the deal. The new deal runs through 2012. He previously signed a seven year deal in 2003 that was due to run out after the 2009 season. Moorman is happy to remain in Buffalo where he thinks the environment is great for special teams players.
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