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Everett To Hit Talk Show Circuit

Still Waiting For Coaching Staff To Be Filled Out: Dick Jauron has three spots open on his coaching staff and he may have been waiting for the annual trip to the Senior Bowl to talk to assistants around the league. Most coaching staffs go to Mobile Alabama to see the Senior Bowl practices. Over a week ago a report came out that the Bills have hired Ray Brown to be the assistant offensive line coach but that has not been made official yet. Jauron also wants to hire quality control coaches for both the offense and the defense. There wasn't one on defense last year and the offensive coach was Alex Van Pelt who is now the quarterbacks coach.

Saturday January 26, 2007

Everett To Hit Talk Show Circuit: Kevin Everett hasn't talked much in public since his spinal cord injury on opening day but that is about to change. He will promote the release of his biography "Standing Tall: The Kevin Everett Story" by hitting the talk show circuit. He will be on the Oprah Winfrey Show on Thursday and Good Morning America on Friday. His agent has also fielded calls from representatives of Jay Leno, David Letterman, Ellen DeGeneres, and Larry King along with Regis and Kelly. The book chronicles Everett's entire life.

Friday January 25, 2007

Wilson, Everett Honored: The Maxwell club is honoring two Bills. Club president Ron Jaworski announced that Ralph Wilson will get the 19th annual Francis J. Bagnell Award for contributions to the game of football. Kevin Everett is getting the club's spirit award for his recovery from his spinal cord injury. Both awards will be given during a banquet in Atlantic City on March 7th.

Thursday January 24, 2007

Schobel To Pro Bowl: The Bills once again will be represented in the Pro Bowl. Aaron Schobel will be going to Hawaii as an injury replacement for Jason Taylor. When the squads were announced last month Schobel was an alternate. He will be going for the 2nd straight year despite his numbers decreasing. He recorded 14 sacks in 2006 and 6½ sacks last year. He was fourth on the team in tackles with 95. He did force six fumbles this past year. The Bills lone representative was Jason Peters but he had to bow out after undergoing surgery for a sports hernia this week.

Wednesday January 23, 2008

The Future Is Now: Dick Jauron is feeling the pressure and he knows by keeping the continuity in the coaching staff the future is now. He called this year "very critical", more so then most. The playoffs are definitely expected this year and anything short will be a major disappointment.

Tuesday January 22, 2008

Evans Honored: Lee Evans has been named the Bills Walter Payton Man of the Year. The honor goes to a player from every team for their balance between professional and civic responsibilites. Evans has been involved in many community efforts including the food bank of WNY, What Moves U Fitness program, and Team up 4 MS. He will get $1,000 for his charities and is eligible for the league wide award.

Monday January 21, 2008

Hargrove Suspended: The NFL made it official today suspending Anthony Hargrove for the entire 2008 season after he once again violated the league's substance abuse policy. Hargrove is an unrestricted free agent and it was thought the Bills would have liked to re-sign him but of course that won't happen now.

Toronto Game OK Expected: is reporting that the league is expected to give the Bills the ok to play a regular season game in Toronto. This is not unexpected as most owners seemed to think it was a good idea when Ralph Wilson brought it up at an owners meeting. No word yet on which game will be played in Toronto but it will probably be a game later in the season after the CFL's season is over.

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