Inside The Bills

BDC 12/7: ‘TD for Teachers’

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on December 7, 2011 – 10:01 am


DAILY REPORT
—  The Buffalo Bills and M&T Bank announced the third annual “Touchdown for Teachers” program finalists at the Bills vs. Titans game.  

The five Touchdown for Teachers finalists are:
Juliana Smith, Hornell, NY – Hornell City School District,
Julie Wantuck, Brockport, NY – Holley Central School District
Patrick Wirth, Amherst, NY – Union Pleasant Elementary School
Jeanne Craig, Blasdell, NY – SS Peter & Paul School
Anthony Agnello, Orchard Park, NY – Orchard Park High School

The program honors teachers for their outstanding service to their schools and communities.  The honorees were chosen based on their amount of involvement in the school or community, the degree of positive impact on the school or community and their demonstrated commitment to education.  For more information go to BuffaloBills.com.

TODAY’S PRACTICE
Wednesday, December 7
Practice: 2:00 PM / Open to Media at Approximately 2:00 – 2:25 PM (Stretch & Individual only)

DAILY LINKS
BuffaloBills.com – Bills players get Healthy Zone Fieldhouse rocking

Buffalo News – Sheppard learning on the job

Olean Times Herald – Problems for the Bills start with defense

San Diego Union Tribune – Scouting report: Buffalo Bills

North County Times – CHARGERS: Scouting the Buffalo Bills

Reuters – Struggling Bills heading toward uncertain future

Wellsville Daily – Where is the progress with the Bills?

Audio/Video/Photo Clips
BuffaloBills.com – Photos: Play 60 Challenge Party

WGR – 4th Grade View of the Bills

YNN – Spiller getting more comfortable

Additional Clips
Inside the Bills Blog
Black out for Sunday’s game? , Rooks trying to clear wall, Finish strong the mantra now, Challenge of playing for pride

AFC East Blog (ESPN.com)
NFL Power Rankings: AFC East
AFC East Stock Watch
Sanchez-Fitz-Moore Watch
Morning take: 2010 Bills or 2011 Bills?

BillboardBlog (Buffalo News) – Spiller TD & stat details

QUOTE OF THE DAY
Head Coach Chan Gailey
On if he’s starting to see signs of what Spiller is capable of:
Oh yes. As I said from the week before I thought he was rusty the week before. This week I thought he was a lot more comfortable running the football and seeing the blocking schemes and knowing where to go with the ball. He was a lot more comfortable this week and I think that’ll just continue to get better, at least I hope it continues to get better as the next few weeks unfold.

PHOTO OF THE DAY

Bills players joined 360 students for the Play 60 interactive fitness event sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York and the American Heart Association at the Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse yesterday.


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