Inside The Bills

BDC 12/14: Kids holiday party

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on December 14, 2011 – 9:41 am

— The Buffalo Bills announced that OT Erik Pears has signed a contract extension with the team. In accordance with team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.  Pears, a seven-year NFL veteran, has started all 13 games in 2011 as part of an offensive line that has allowed an NFL-best 17 sacks and blocked for an AFC-best 4.8 yards per rushing attempt (324-1,542) through Week 14.

A 6-8, 314-pound Colorado State product, Pears entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with Denver in 2005. He has started 44 of 59 games played with stints with the Broncos (2005-08) and Oakland (2009) prior to joining the Bills as a free agent on December 14, 2010.

Wednesday, December 14
Practice: 2:00 PM / Open to Media at Approximately 2:00 – 2:25 PM (Stretch & Individual only)

DAILY LINKS – Byrd rounding out his game – Bills and Perry’s make fan’s dream come true – RT Pears signs contract extension – Stevie Johnson’s “Passport to Manhood” comes full circle

Buffalo News – Bills have issues in red zone; right tackle Pears earns extension

Rochester D&C – Andrew Cuomo won’t commit to funding for Ralph Wilson Stadium

Rochester D&C – Stevie Johnson offers dilemma

Associated Press – Bills sign RT Erik Pears to contract extension

Wellsville Daily – Once again, all about the draft for Bills

Audio/Video/Photo Clips – Bills Focus: Erik Pears 1-on-1 on New Contract

Will the State Ante Up For Ralph Wilson Stadium Improvements?
Buffalo Bills Host Holiday Party for Children

Additional Clips
Inside the Bills Blog
NFL analyst votes Andy for Pro Bowl, Bills lose practice squader, Pears deal reduces list

AFC East Blog ( – AFC East Stock Watch

Billboard Blog (Buffalo News)
Bills sign Pears to contract extension
Bills up to 11th in draft

Bills Beat Blog (WGR) – Bills’ Draft Order Update: Week 14

Pro Football Talk – Bills sign right tackle Pears to contract extension

Pro Football Weekly – PFW exclusive: Team injury rankings

Head Coach Chan Gailey
On NT Marcell Dareus making another big step yesterday and other bright spots:
Marcell was one of the bright spots. He did some good things yesterday. He really did. I thought that was a plus coming out of the ball game. I thought Dwan Edwards did some good things on the field yesterday. He played pretty well. It was good to get George (Wilson) back. You could tell he was a little rusty but it was good to get him back on the field. There were some positives. Justin Rogers returning kick offs was a positive. I thought that looked good for what he may bring in the future.


The Bills Toyota Rookie Club hosted a holiday party last night for 100 children from the Boys & Girls Club of Buffalo, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County, Carlys Club – Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Aspire, Northwest Buffalo Community Center, United Way of Buffalo & Erie County, Gateway-Longview, Salvation Army and the Buffalo Public Schools. 

Posted in Bills Daily Charge, Inside the Bills
%d bloggers like this: