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Bills Looking At QB Situation

Decision Expected Soon: Tom Donahoe told ESPN radio yesterday that the team will not drag out the quarterback situation. He told Mike & Mike in the Morning that the team will decide on a starting quarterback over the next couple of weeks. This may lead to more speculation about the future of Drew Bledsoe. Rumors have stated that the Bills have asked him to take a pay cut or be cut. There is no confirmation to that speculation but if that is the case the team may be waiting for Bledsoe's answer. If he is cut before March the team would save the $1.05 million roster bonus from this year's salary cap. What would you do if you were Donahoe? Take our homepage poll and give us your thoughts.

Wednesday January 19, 2004

Bucs May Be Fit: As we reported yesterday, Travis Henry told a Florida newspaper that five teams are interested in his services. One of those teams is Tampa Bay and that may be a good fit. The Buccaneers need a running back and Henry has a desire to play in warm weather. The Bucs are not a division opponent, or even a conference opponent making it easier for the Bills to trade him there. Tampa Bay also holds four picks in the top 100 giving them several different possibilities in a trade. The Bills are reportedly seeking a second round pick for Henry. No deal could be completed until the trading period starts on March 2nd.

Tuesday January 18, 2005

Henry Wants Miami: Travis Henry spoke out on wanting to play for the Dolphins next year. He sai dhe's tired of playing in cold weather and would love to play down there and told his agent so. He said he's proven he is just as good as Willis McGahee and will continue to put up good numbers. He said the teams that are interested in him include Miami, Carolina, Oakland, Tampa Bay, and Arizona. He is so convinced the Bills will grant him a trade he has already moved most of his stuff out of Buffalo. His dream of going to Miami may not happen as the Bills will not likely trade him within the division.

Monday January 17, 2005

Bills Have 13 Free Agents: The Bills have eight unrestricted free agents, three restricted free agents, and two exclusive rights free agents heading into the off season. The two big names are Jonas Jennings and Pat Williams. We break down all the free agents and what we think will happen with them in our newly launched 2005 front office page. We will also re-launch our salary cap page later this week. Front Office Page.

Sunday January 16, 2005

Bills Finish 8th In Attendance: The Bills filled 97% of the seats over the entire season at Ralph Wilson Stadium this season. That was good for an average game attendance of 71,800 people per game which was eighth best in the league. The Bills sold out seven of eight games this year and have sold out 15 of their last 16 home games. They have ranked in the top 10 13 times in the last 15 seasons. It helps that The Ralph is the seventh largest stadium in the league. The only game not to sellout this year was the Halloween battle with the Cardinals.

Saturday January 15, 2005

Miami Looks To Trade For Henry? It would appear that Miami is at the top of Travis Henry's wish list. He is from South Florida and the Dolphins desperately need a running back. A source said that the Dolphins are already trying to broker a trade with the Bills. An article in the Miami Herald also suggests that Oakland and possibly Cincinnati and Seattle would be interested in Henry's service. His agent said several teams have shown interest. Of course it doesn't matter if Henry wants to play in Miami or if Miami wants him, it is highly unlikely the Bills would trade him within the division and give him two cracks at revenge each year. He would likely command a 2nd round draft pick, something Miami doesn't even have. What would you do if you were Tom Donahoe? Answer our poll question on the homepage.

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