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BDC 10/11: Hometown Huddle and more

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on October 11, 2011 – 9:12 am

– As part of the Hometown Huddle, the Bills Toyota Rookie Club including Marcell Dareus, Chris Hairston, Justin Rogers, Da’ Norris Searcy, Kelvin Sheppard, Lee Smith, Chris White, Johnny White, Aaron Williams, Kamar Aiken, Brandon Bing, Michael Jasper, Doyle Miller, Joshua Nesbitt and Keith Williams will participate in health and wellness, fitness and nutrition activities with approximately 150 children, ages 6-12 years old, from the Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo and Jericho Road Ministries today in the Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse. 

Players will participate with the kids at three interactive stations at the Hometown Huddle – a nutrition program where kids learn how to make healthy snacks using dairy and fruit, a health and wellness quiz show with the Quizmaster Dennis George and a Football themed fitness station where kids will work on their passing, field goal kicking and running. 

Additional elements at the Hometown Huddle include appearances by Billy Buffalo, Buffalo Jills Cheerleaders, gift bags and a healthy dinner for each participant and pictures of the kids with milk mustaches.

Tuesday, October 11
No Practice

Wednesday, October 5
Practice: 2:00 PM / Open to Media at Approximately 2:00 PM (Stretch & Individual only)

DAILY LINKS – WR Jones lost for 4-6 weeks – It’s wait and see for injured DT Williams

Buffalo News – Tuesday QB: Pressure leads to picks, not sacks

Buffalo News – Bills’ Jackson putting up MVP stats

Buffalo News – Wide receiver spot gets thinner with Jones’ injury

Buffalo News – Bills’ crystal ball due for a lot of polishing

Rochester D&C – Surprised at 4-1? Buffalo Bills aren’t

Rochester D&C – Buffalo Bills Replay: How are they getting it done?

Associated Press – The Bills D giveth; and then takes it away

Olean Times – Bills continue to be an NFL feel-good story

Scott Pitoniak – These Bills deserve to be where they are – 4-1 and tied for the divisional lead

Audio/Video/Photo Clips – Playoff contender: Bills or 49ers?
Chan Gailey Monday Press Conference
Barnett: ‘This defense has a lot of heart’

WGR – Bills’ Jones Out 4-6; NT Williams Questionable

97 Rock
Jim Kelly on the Norton in the Morning
Bills Safety George Wilson on Norton in the Morning
Murphy Talks Bills Win Vs Eagles on Norton in the Morning

ESPN Radio – Fred Jackson reviews Sunday’s game with Scott Van Pelt

103.3 The Edge – Andy Levitre talks with Shredd and Ragan

Pro Football Talk Live – Drayton Florence talks with Mike Florio

Fan 590 – Naaman Roosevelt talks with Eric Smith

TSN Radio – Jairus Byrd reviews Sunday’s victory

WIVB – What lies ahead for the Bills in Erie Co.?

WKBW – Sportsblast 7.0 – Donald Jones out 4-6 weeks

WGRZ – Bills Report Card: Week 5

WHAM – Bills Outsmart and Outplay Talented Eagles

YNN – Heads up play, turnovers propel Bills

Additional Clips
Inside the Bills Blog
Hairston to make 2nd start Sunday, WR options, McGee gets green light, Jones out indefinitely, The key to Bills takeaways, Wilson co-Def Player of Week, Bills make King’s fine 15, Bills get top CBS team Sunday, Jets not worried about Bills, Jackson’s start among Bills best

Billboard Blog (Buffalo News)
McGee ready to go, Bell still out and other injury updates
Jones has high ankle sprain
Monday Morning QB chat with Rodney McKissic

Bills Beat Blog (WGR)
Moats to Stay at OLB… For Now

Pro Football Talk
Bills starter Donald Jones to miss 4-6 weeks
PFT Live, Segment 3: Bills CB Drayton Florence
Plaxico on Buffalo’s success: “They’ve got good wings”

Pro Football Weekly
Bills using a Patriots model to win games
Bills WR Jones out 4-6 weeks

The Sports Xchange (
Jackson’s strong work keeps Spiller on bench
Strategy And Personnel
Bills score on pick-six for third game in a row

AFC East Blog ( – Seven-step drop: Bills’ WR depth

The Bills rolled up a team-record 565 yards in total offense as they defeated the Oilers 48-17 in Houston.

Head Coach Chan Gailey
On what is it about the team’s scheme assimilating to the team’s players on the field:
I don’t think we’re complicated.  I think we are simple enough where a guy can come in and know where he’s supposed to be.  There’s one thing, too, that is an interesting thing about Fitz; he can adapt to receivers as good and maybe, if not, better than anybody I’ve ever been around.  You can plug somebody in new and he finds a connection with them without a bunch of practice with them.  He can develop some kind of feel with the guy and that doesn’t happen normally.  He can be accurate to guys without them having a lot of work at the position which is not an easy thing to do.


As part of the Bills Billieve campaign for breast cancer awareness, a pink skydiver ascended onto the field during Sunday’s pregame ceremonies.

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