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Bills Sign Oliver Gibson

Brown Takes Offer: Ruben Brown has a new home and it's in Chicago. Brown took the Bears take it or leave it offer yesterday and will start at right guard for them. His three year deal guarantees around $1.5 Million in salary.

Thursday April 1, 2004

Brown May Join Bears: Ruben Brown may have his future decided today. He is expected to decide whether or not to take a take it or leave it offer from the Chicago Bears. The Bears and Lions have been the two teams that have shown the most interest in the former Bill. The offer contains about $1.5 Million in guaranteed money and would be a three year deal. Ironically, Brown would take over the right guard spot vacated when Chris Villarrial signed with the Bills.

Wednesday March 31, 2004

Stewart Slash: Mike Mularkey is at the owners meetings this week and he spoke to the Buffalo News about the possibility of Kordell Stewart joining the Bills. A deal is not considered imminent as Stewart considers to weigh his options. Mularkey feels Stewart isn't ready to give up on his dreams of being a starter again but with no starter position available around the league he may have no choice. Mularkey said if Stewart does come, he would play in every game seeing occasional time as a receiver or runner like he did in his early days in Pittsburgh.

Vincent Leads Union: Newly signed CB Troy Vincent has another new job, he will lead the players union as the new president. He takes over for Trace Armstrong who is retiring from the game. He said he's honored by his new position and appreciates the confidence his fellow players placed in him by electing him as the new president.

Tuesday March 30, 2004

Draft Position Update: The Bills at this point have seven picks in the NFL draft. They have one in each of the first five rounds, none in the sixth round, and two in the 7th round. They have not been awarded any compensatory picks. Their sixth round pick goes to Cleveland for last year's trade for Mark Campbell. They receive Detroit's seventh round pick for trading them Olandis Gary.

Titans Game Set: The preseason game with the Titans has been set. It will be on Saturday Aug. 21st at 6pm. The other dates and times should be set soon.

Monday March 29, 2004

Gibson Looking To Contribute: Oliver Gibson is looking forward to training camp and hoping to contribute to the team he said today. Gibson's agent confirmed that his client has agreed to a two year deal with the Bills and will sign it this week. The team confirmed that an agreement had been reached this afternoon but did not give any details which is club policy. Gibson said he chose Buffalo because of his familiarity with Tom Donahoe, Mike Mularkey, and DL coach Tim Krumrie who coached him in Cincinnati. He is expected to battle Justin Bannan and Ron Edwards for a spot on the depth chart.

Gibson Agrees: The Buffalo News is reporting that free agent DT Oliver Gibson has agreed to terms with the Bills. He was drafted by Tom Donahoe in Pittsburgh in 1995. He was a long time starter for both the Steelers and the Bengals. He had 29 tackles and 1 sack for Cincinnati last year after recovering from a torn achilles tendon muscle. He will provide depth in the middle of the defensive line.

Attention Turns To Draft: With the first minicamp behind them, and the draft less than a month away, the Bills front office now turns their attention towards the big weekend at the end of April. Just about all the free agent visits are now complete at least until the second wave begins on June 1st when more veterans are expected to enter the market. Certain loose ends may be wrapped up in free agency this week as the Bills decide whether or not to sign a backup QB before the draft and possibly a tight end. Stay with Bills Daily for all the latest news regarding the team.

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