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Bills Daily Charge – May 4

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on May 4, 2011 – 9:15 am


The Buffalo Bills have launched a campaign on the team’s official Facebook page where fans are encouraged to post their opinion on the team’s 2011 draft class on its Facebook Wall. will publish 10 randomly selected responses in a column and each author of the 10 published comments will receive a 2011 Buffalo Bills draft cap.

DAILY LINKS – Trio of Bills picks from Senior Bowl – Part II of national media draft grades – Chris Brown blogs about Aaron Williams paying homage to Andre Reed – Chris Brown on how Michael Jasper ended up at Bethel instead of a SEC school

Buffalo News – Allen Wilson profiles Michael Jasper – Clark Judge speaks with Buddy Nix on how the Bills draft class took place – Moats on track to be an impact player in 2011 – Panel ranks top 10 safeties in league today; Whitner ranked No. 7

AP – Bills GM Nix says S Whitner’s return unlikely

Messenger Post – Breakdown of Buffalo’s 2011 Draft

Skype Blog – Skype blogger picks up on the Bills using the company’s technology over draft weekend

Audio/Video/Photo Link

103.3 The Edge – Shredd and Ragan interview Ruben Brown on the draft

WHAM 13 – Chuck Wade and Mike Catalana talk about the Bills and all the right moves made by Buddy Nix this draft

WECK1230 – Nick Mendola talks with Michael Jasper

WECK1230 – Nick Mendola catches up with Chris White


4.79 – Buffalo led all markets in average local ratings for the three-day 2011 NFL Draft with a 4.79 household average. Approximately 30,000 households in the Buffalo area tuned into the draft. Top 5 in local market ratings: Buffalo, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Jacksonville 


“By position, we know exactly how many we need. And by position, we’ve got them ranked. We will start with the first guy the minute the league office says ‘everything’s on go.’ We’re ready. When that’ll be, your guess is probably better than mine… I just know that we’ll be ready to go with it. We’ll be ready to get our drafted guys in here and get work. It’s kind of like kids at Christmas – the boxes are wrapped and under the tree, but you can’t open them,” General Manager Buddy Nix on being prepared for free agency during his interview with Norton in the Morning on 97Rock (Monday, May 3).


Eddie Abramoski, an original employee of the Bills since 1959, said he would be stepping down as head trainer, with Bud Carpenter taking over his duties. Abramoski remained with the club in an emeritus role until the end of the 1997 season.

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