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Bills Daily Charge – May 31

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on May 31, 2011 – 9:36 am

DAILY LINKS – Billy Shaw shares his thoughts on remembering Bob Kalsu on Memorial Day – Texas DBs coach Duane Akina shares thoughts on Aaron Williams  

Buffalo News – Mark Gaughan on Geoff Hangartner competing to retain starting center spot

Buffalo News – Mark Gaughan catches up with Scott Chandler; reports on player workouts

Buffalo News – Larry Felser looks at player workouts and the business side

Rochester D&C – Sal Maiorana reports on Ryan Fitzpatrick heading into season as the starter

Associated Press – Crash fails to dent Bills LB Torbor’s upbeat mood

Associated Press – Shawne Merriman taking part in 3,000 mile Gumball Rally

Palm Beach Post – Commentary: Memorial Day’s honor belongs to fallen heroes like former Bills lineman Robert Kalsu

Forbes SportsMoney Blog – Bob Kalsu among list of athletes who died so we can be free – A worthy story for Memorial Day –  Tim Graham looks at Jairus Byrd’s quirky lockout offseason – Report: Bills eye fight between Hangartner, Wood at center – Merriman one of Four NFL players trying their hand at road rally in Europe

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette – Thurman Thomas attends Big Brothers Big Sisters event

Kansas City SB Nation – Bills Punter Brian Moorman Works To Help Joplin

Las Vegas Sun – Marcell Dareus participates in youth football camp

Great Falls Tribune – Dwan Edwards to host 4th annual Elite Football Camp in his hometown on July 9th

Audio/Video/Photo Links
Dareus trains with Bills  
Bills Focus: A Closer Look at Da’Norris Searcy  

Bills Players Make the Effort to Work Together
Bills Rookies Get Head Start
Fitzpatrick: Lockout could Hurt Bills More
Bills Wrap Up Workouts

WR Roosevelt working hard

WANE Fort Wayne
Bills Legend Thomas Visits Fort Wayne

103.3 The Edge
Brian Moorman talks with Shredd & Ragan (Thursday, May 26)

WGR 550
Da’Norris Searcy on The Howard Simon show (Friday, May 27)

Former Bill Billy Shaw on Bob Kalsu (from Chris Brown’s story on 5/30/11) —  “I’m proud that Buffalo recognized the sacrifice that he made and I’m all for him being there on the Wall of Fame even though it was for much different circumstances.  The sacrifice that he made for himself and for our country is certainly something to be applauded. To be applauded in the way in which he was honored by the Bills makes me proud to be on that Wall with him.”


The memorial plaque for Bob Kalsu on display in the lobby of the Bills Game Day Administrative building.  Kalsu was killed in action on July 21, 1970 while serving as a 1st Lieutenant. He is the only active professional football player to die in combat in Vietnam.

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