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BDC 5/3: Rookie Camp Set one Week from Today

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on May 3, 2013 – 9:39 am

–Bills LB Arthur Moats has been selected as a United Way Worldwide Spokesman. Players’ responsibilities include spreading the word of the United Way’s mission through any means they may have, and encouraging people to volunteer their time to their local communities. Moats will continue to remain involved with the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County throughout the 2013 season to work more throughout the area and inspire others to do the same. To kick off the 2013 United Way campaign, Arthur donated $5,000 to a local Buffalo family yesterday who lost their home in a house fire last month. The donation helped provide new furniture, clothes and everyday necessities to help the rebuilding process.

–One week from today, the Bills will begin their 2013 rookie mini-camp sessions.

– Senior Analyst Gil Brandt tabbed the Bills’ 2013 undrafted free agent class the second-best in his top 10 rankings.

–Universal Pictures is coming to Buffalo to film part of a movie in late May 2013, and they’re looking for football fans to help fill the stadium for several scenes. Open registration will take place on Sunday, May 5, at the Ralph Wilson Stadium Healthy Zone Fieldhouse from 10am to 4pm. This registration session is for anyone interested in participating and is free and open to the public. Details and registration information can be found here. Details and registration information can be found here>>>

Saturday, May 4: 2:30 PM – WR T.J. Graham – Greg B. and Joe B. (WGR 550)

Bills LB Arthur Moats has been selected to serve as a spokesman for the United Way. To learn more about Moats’ participation with the United Way and his recent contributions, click here for a story on

Bills LB Arthur Moats on serving as a spokesman for the United Way and assisting a family who lost their home to a fire:
“When you are in position to help people out it definitely means a lot. It goes a long way for people. It could be something as simple as just smiling at somebody that could brighten their day and change the course of their life, so I felt like partnering up with United Way definitely is going to help out a lot. I’ve been through a similar situation. I know people who have had their house burn down. I know how hard it can be on you as a family. We just want to make this transition as smooth as possible. So if me coming in, eating dinner with them and giving them a couple of gifts can help them out and brighten their days up, well then by all means. You could just tell that everyone enjoyed themselves, and the time we spent together was a blessing.” via


Buffalo News-Hopkins’ selection kickstarts battle

Rock Hill Herald-Hard work to reach NFL nothing new for Rock Hill’s Meeks

Huffington Herald Dispatch-This year’s NFL Draft unusual, in Buffalo for sure’s roots offer history of top flight talent game time moved back named Bills United Way Worldwide Spokesman

Audio/Video/Photo Clip
50 yard finish: Shopping for healthy food
The John Murphy Show May 2
Luke Tasker Following in His Father’s Footsteps
Marquise Goodwin Proved Himself in Big Games

 WGR 550
How the Bills fit in to the new NFL: Offense

Bills Address Wide Receiver Picture

 Additional Clips

Inside The Bills
Bills rank 2nd in undrafted FA haul, Jairus, Kyle crack PFF top 30, Bills LB seen as pick of undrafted litter, Projecting starters from 2013 draft class, Some sobering draft statistics

 Press Coverage (Buffalo News)
Bills great Reed pursuing coaching career
Moats supports victims of fire
Michael Husted breaks down new Bills kicker Dustin Hopkins

 Birmingham News
Chan Gailey talks God, football at Northeast Alabama FCA banquet

 Buffalo Rumblings
Buddy Nix Buffalo Bills approval poll: May 2013
Buffalo Bills re-watch series: 2013 summer brainstorming

 AFC East Daily
Three AFC East teams touted for undrafted pickups

 For the Win (USA Today)
Movie studio will pay Buffalo Bills fans to show up to stadium

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