Inside The Bills

BDC 11/11: Veterans’ Day recognition

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on November 11, 2011 – 10:10 am


DAILY REPORT
— The Buffalo Bills announced that the team has signed DB Mana Silva to the Practice Squad. Silva entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with Baltimore in July before being released prior to the regular season. The 6-0, 206-pound Hawaii product set a school-record with 14 career interceptions and totaled 169 tackles (105 solo) in 38 games played from 2008-10.

TODAY’S PRACTICE
Friday, November 11
Practice: 11:00 AM / Open to Media at Approximately 11:00 – 11:20 AM (Stretch & Individual only)

DAILY LINKS
Buffalo News – Cowboys’ Ware looks to blindside the Bills

Buffalo News – Rookie Williams returns to practice

Rochester D&C – Three Buffalo Bills players know Dallas well

Associated Press – K Rayner accepts another part-time job

BuffaloBills.com – Brown and Gilchrist honored by Greater Buffalo Sports HOF

Dallas Morning News –  How Fred Jackson went from not starting at Arlington Lamar to NFL superstardom

ESPN Dallas – Chan Gailey is doing more with less

NFL.com – Cowboys’ Jones tore down childhood home of Bills’ Jackson

Audio/Video/Photo Clips
BuffaloBills.com
Bills Focus: Running Back Home
David Nelson on playing close to home

WGR – Bills’ Levitre Likely to Play LT Sunday

NFL.com – Week 10: Bills vs. Cowboys preview

WGRZ – Dating Game

Additional Clips
Inside the Bills Blog
Cowboys injury update, Aaron Williams update, Levitre likely back at LT, Kelsay out for Sunday, Fred running in old footsteps, Felix not looking good for Sunday, Bills add practice squad DB, Fred & Andy on another All-Pro list, Nelson’s cheerleader challenge, 2 Bills on Midseason All-Pro team, Fred: Fitz’s beard taking over

Billboard Blog (Buffalo News) – More Troup needed

Pro Football Weekly – Bills expected to increase Smith’s opportunities

QUOTE OF THE DAY
Head Coach Chan Gailey
On the offensive production slowing down and more turnovers occurring:
Turnovers are my biggest concern. We can’t turn the ball over. We were on a great pace for red zone. I would like to stay at the top there because anytime you can score seven instead of three it helps your football team. I think we’ve had a couple of bad games against a couple of good defenses. We’ve got to go have better games against those good defenses. We need to do that and I think we’re capable of doing that.

PHOTOS OF THE DAY

The Bills held a special Veteran’s Day recognition ceremony prior to last Sunday’s game against the NY Jets.


Members of the all branches of the United State military were recognized, including the U.S. Army.


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