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Bills Daily Charge – Aug. 17

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on August 17, 2011 – 8:15 am

— The Buffalo Bills announced a new partnership with Hunt Real Estate, the largest family-owned and operated real estate company in the area.  As part of the agreement, Hunt Real Estate will be the Official Real Estate & Relocation Firm of the Bills.

Marcell Dareus – John DiTullio Show; 1280 WHTK around 5:00 PM – Live on Campus (

DAILY LINKS – Practice Notes – Day 13 – Johnson wants leaders behind him

Buffalo News – Changing of the guard for the Bills

Buffalo News – Stevie wants to share leadership role

Buffalo News – White to Miss at least two weeks with ankle injury

Rochester D&C – Chan Gailey shuffles Buffalo Bills’ offensive line

Associated Press – Nix: Offensive line depth Bills’ primary concern

Wellsville Daily – Maybin joins long list of Bills’ busts

Messenger Post – Buffalo’s big mike

TV/Video/Audio/Photo Clips
103.3 The Edge  – Ruben Brown joins us to talk BILLS.

WIVB – Bills look at Rinehart at LG

WGRZ – O-Line Depth Bills Top Concern

Marv Levy takes novel approach to football
Johnson ready to lead

YNN – Bills Training Camp Winds Down

The Score 1260 – On The Block With Brad Smith!

TSN Radio 1050 – Mike Richards: Fred Jackson

Other Clips
Inside the Bills
Williams thankful for vet input, WR Davis prognosis increased, LB White to miss Broncos game, Merriman has muscle tightness, Merriman’s day over, Changes on the O-line

BillBoard Blog
Video: Tuesday’s practice

Bills Beat Blog
Levitre Out, Rinehart In at Left Guard
Bills’ Merriman Sits Out Half of Practice

Buffalo Rumblings
Ryan Fitzpatrick Remains Very High On Donald Jones

Pro Football Talk
Fitzpatrick expects big things from Donald Jones, Brad Smith
PFT Live: Ryan Fitzpatrick

Head Coach Chan Gailey on Stevie Johnson — “I think Stevie is very confident in his game. I think he really believes in himself. If he gets down on himself, it’s short-lived. That’s the way you better be in this league because we’re counting on him to make a play the next time. He’s going to drop another one. I don’t care what anyone says. He will. You get over it and go on to the next one. He’s going to make a lot more good plays than bad ones in our offense. I think he learned to handle some of that stuff off the field more than I worry about anything on the field.”

A Day At Training Camp

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