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Bills Daily Charge – June 3

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on June 3, 2011 – 9:23 am

Countdown to Bills new Uniform Unveiling – 21 days

Former Bills WR Andre Reed will be signing autographs Saturday, June 4th at The Podge (10205 Main St, in Clarence from 9-10:30am) and Dash’s Markets (8845 Main St, in Clarence from 11-1pm) to promote his new Over The Middle (OTM) All Purpose Sauce.

Bills Punter Brian Moorman will be hosting his 2nd Annual PUNT Foundation Sprint Triathlon Saturday, June 4th beginning at 8am at the Burt Flickinger Athletic Center at Erie County Community College.

Next week—
Monday, June 6 – Terry Hills Golf Course (Batavia, NY) — 25th Anniversary Jim Kelly Celebrity Golf Classic presented by CGI Communications. The golf classic raises money for Kelly for Kids. Click here for more information >>>

Monday, June 6 – Buffalo Bills Fieldhouse; High School Player Development — 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  The H.S.P.D. camp is held for incoming high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors and focuses on character development and specific football skill training by position. The event will feature guest speakers from local colleges and universities and possibly a member of the Buffalo Bills Coaching Staff.

DAILY LINKS – Clemson Associate head coach Brad Scott shares thoughts on Chris Hairston

Buffalo News – Allen Wilson features Kelvin Sheppard and the help he’s receiving from the team’s veteran LBs

Buffalo News – Mark Gaughan reports on the player’s partnership with New Era in Joplin relief; Bills coaches distant themselves from NFLCA motion

Associated Press – Bills coaching staff latest to side with owners

Audio/Video/Photo Links – Bills Focus: A Closer Look at Chris White  

97 Rock – Steve Tasker in-studio regarding the uniform unveiling ceremony

103.3 The Edge – Brian Moorman talks on Shredd & Ragan about raising money for Joplin and the PUNT Foundation Triathlon

Bills rookie linebacker Kelvin Sheppard on his situation coming to Buffalo (from Allen Wilson’s story in the Buffalo News 6/3/11) — “I kind of came in a unique situation because I got guys like Andra and Reggie that reach out and say, ‘We’re older guys, and we’ve been doing this. You’re young and it’s your time to come in and make an impact and help us win.’  That’s what they are about. I’ve got guys who have been in the league for 10 years, so they know the ins and outs. They know the kind of feeling I’m going to have, the kind of emotions, what I’m going to go through as a rookie and they are able to tell me those things and give me tips and pointers.”

Uniform Fact of the Day
During their first decade of play in the 1960s, the Bills’ helmet underwent several changes.  The helmet worn in 1960 and 1961 was silver/gray with royal blue numbers on the side.  From 1962-64, the team wore white helmets with a red standing buffalo on the side and a red center stripe.  In 1965, two blue stripes were added to either side of the single red stripe down the center of the helmet.  Those helmets also featured the players’ numbers on the back next to the stripes.  That style of helmet was worn from 1965-73.


The Bills wore this helmet, featuring a red standing buffalo with one red and two blue stripes down the center, from 1965-73.

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