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BDC 6/22: Former Bill Chris Spielman to speak at Ride for Roswell

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on June 22, 2012 – 8:04 am

–Former Bills LB and current ESPN analyst Chris Spielman will be speaking at the first-ever opening ceremony for the Ride for Roswell tonight. Spielman, a cancer advocate, will share his inspirational story of his late wife Stefanie’s battle with breast cancer.

–The Buffalo Bills announced yesterday that they have renewed partnership with Tim Hortons Café & Bake Shop. As part of the three year agreement, Tim Hortons Café & Bake Shop remains the “Official Coffee of the Buffalo Bills.” Tim Hortons will continue their very popular in-game promotion, The Monday Morning Blitz. With this promotion, if the Bills score two or more touchdowns in a home game fans can take their game day program coupon to any Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop restaurant in New York State the Monday following the game to receive a free medium coffee.

–The Bills and Galaxy Communications announced yesterday that WTKW 99.5/WTKV 105.5 will now carry Buffalo Bills radio broadcasts throughout the Syracuse market. The new deal includes a wide array of Buffalo Bills programming including pre and post-game shows, as well as player and front office programming.

Saturday, June 23 – Former Bills LB Chris Spielman will have a book signing at Eastern Hills Wesleyan Car Show (8445 Greiner Road, Williamsville); 11 – 12:30 pm

Saturday, June 23 – Bills CB Leodis McKelvin Football Camp, Waycross, GA

Sunday, June 24 – Former Bills OL Ruben Brown will be hosting ‘Ruben’s Motorcycle Run’ at RWS at 9:00 am

Sunday, June 24-Thursday, June 28 – 25th Annual Jim Kelly Football Camp at RWS

Bills Head Coach Chan Gailey
On the offense’s confidence after last season:
“I think there is a lot of confidence. I do. I think our guys believe they can move the football and believe that they can score points. But believing it and doing it are two separate things. You have to go do it. We are all on the same page that we believe we can go get that done.”

The Buffalo Bills ended their three day mini-camp yesterday. The team will return to the practice field on July 26th when they head to St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY for the start of their 2012 training camp.

Buffalo News – Positive early signs for D-line

Buffalo News – Under loan program, Bills, NFL may help foot stadium bill

Rochester D&C – Buffalo Bills conclude mandatory 3-day mini-camp

Associated Press – Bills’ “No-Name” offense has top 10 objective – Tim Hortons renews partnership – WTKW 99.5 home of Bills Football in Syracuse – Minicamp Day 3 – Gailey encouraged by team progress – Minicamp-OTA player awards

Valdosta Daily Times – Bills assistant coaching at youth football camp

Audio/Video/Photo Clips
Bills Roundup: Minicamp Wraps Up
Shawne Merriman Thursday Press Conference
Chan Gailey Thursday Press Conference
Fred Jackson Thursday Press Conference

WGR 550
Bills wrap up minicamp

97 Rock
AUDIO: Bills TE Scott Chandler Joins Norton in the Morning

Bills Happy with Progress as Minicamp Wraps

Jim Kelly Honored for Public Service at Jefferson Awards

Bills Finish Mini Camp

Bills Wrap Up Mini-Camp

Additional Clips
Inside the Bills Blog
McGee, Wood update, Where QB Young stands with offense, Left tackle update, Johnson holds NoXSpence weekend, Neiman painted Bills game

Press Coverage (Buffalo News)
Despite hype, reasons to be wary about 2012 Bills
Video: Wrap-up report from Bills minicamp
Defense finishes minicamp strong
Vince Young still trying to catch up with offense

Sports Xchange (
This could be critical season for Gailey and Bills
Strategy And Personnel
Fitzpatrick likes growth of team’s offense

Around the League (
Ryan Fitzpatrick: Buffalo Bills’ success rests ‘on me’
Donald Jones gets another shot to impact Buffalo Bills

Bills Beat Blog (WGR 550)
No defined roles for Bills LBs just yet; Thursday mini-camp recap

Buffalo Rumblings
A Discussion Of Chan Gailey’s Buffalo Bills Offense
Buffalo Bills’ Aaron Williams Has High Praise For George Wilson

Pro Football Talk
Vince Young at risk by not picking up offense quickly enough
Donald Jones “fueled” by Bills’ attempts to replace him

Pro Football Weekly
Close-knit Bills’ O-line looks to build off ’11 success

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