Mario Has Procedure Done: Chan Gailey confirmed today that Mario Williams is not at One Bills Drive during the only practice of the week because he had a procedure done on his wrist. He is not expected to miss any games and should be back at practice next week when the team gets together after the bye. Injury Page.
Mario Surgery? Tim Graham is reporting for the Buffalo News that Mario Williams is contemplating having surgery on his ailing wrist during the bye week. There is no confirmation from him or the team yet. Chan Gailey will meet with the media today. The Bills are holding their only practice of the bye week today. There is also no word yet on how long Williams would be sidelined if he had the surgery. Injury Page.
Practice Squad Add: The Bills have added G Keith Williams to the practice squad yesterday. He filled the open spot left when David Snow was activated to the 53 man roster last week. Williams was on the practice squad most of last season and with the team during training camp before being released just before the season started. Front Office Page.
Tuesday October 23, 2012
Proposed Stadium: A group called the Greater Buffalo Sports & Entertainment Complex will appear before the Buffalo Common Council today with a proposal for a $1.4 Billion retractable dome that will be for mulitpurpose use including a 72,000 stadium for the Bills. It can also be used as a smaller venue for concerts and as a convention center. The archicter firm HKS Sports & Entertainment did the proposal. This is the firm behind the Dallas Cowboys new stadium and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. It is also behind the propsed stadium in Minnesota. The Bills have not been approached about this stadium and are currently persuing a renovation of Ralph Wilson Stadium in negotiations for a new lease.
Same Old Results: Another devastating Bills loss. Where have we heard this before? Tony Bogyo breaks down another in a long line of losses that go down hard. The Bills show once again that they are mediocre at best. Complete Story.
Kelsay Calls Team Out: Chris Kelsay has seen many bad losses over the years as the team's elder statesman. He has had enough he called out his teammates saying on film it is obvious not everyone is giving their all every play. He said it is time for the leaders to step up and call players out when they aren't giving everything on every play. They were the toughest words on a tough day after the devastating loss to the Titans.
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