Wednesday night on The John Murphy Show we were joined by rookie linebacker Randell Johnson who joined the rest of the Bills rookies on a tour of the City of Buffalo and Niagara Falls. It was the first time Johnson and the rookies got away from the stadium to experience some of the things Buffalo had to offer.
In the second hour Toronto Sun Columnist John Kryk filled us in on what went down at the owner’s meetings in Atlanta this week. Kryk reiterated that the general feeling from the NFL owners is that the Bills should remain in Buffalo. Kryk also talked about the Toronto group led by Larry Tannebaum and Jon Bon Jovi and their interest in making a bid. He also was told that Thomas Golisano who previously owned the Buffalo Sabres, would bid on the team.
“I was told this evening that Thomas Golisano, the former Sabres owner indeed plans to bid on the Bills once the team goes on sale and that he will act alone or in partnership with a local businessman and either way intends to be the lead bidder.”
Rounding out the show, Chris Perkins, the Miami Dolphins beat writer for the South Florida Sun Sentinel, came on to discuss the Dolphins 2014 draft class. Perkins only gave the Dolphins a C+ grade.
“I’m very much in a wait and see on how good Miami’s offensive line can be. It’s different faces and an upgrade in talent on some respects, but I’ll wait to see how much better this line is.”
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