November 26, 2014
'Buffalo allowed a season-low 218 total yards against the Jets, though, and increased its NFL-leading sack total to 46 with seven during its most-lopsided victory since a 38-0 rout of Indianapolis on Sept. 20, 1992.'
Whitner: Just words, nothing personal in spat with Buffalo
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'"No, I'm not sorry," Whitner said. "I'm not sorry that that happened. It's something that happened and I was called out by somebody that I knew and I responded and they responded and that's where it went. If anything, I didn't really say anything too disrespectful."'
Donte Whitner's Twitter comments resurface ahead of Bills game
'"That's just him being him; Donte is a guy that likes to ruffle feathers," Jackson said. "He found any way he could to try and ruffle Buffalo's feathers, knowing he had to come up to us. That's just him doing what he does, but at the same time, I mean, it's annoying. It's just dumb for him to do, and talk about people like that, and talk about the city of Buffalo like that. But at the same time, you've just got to take it with a grain of salt and say it's just some dude that's being an idiot about some stuff."'
3 sit out practice, Browns game sold out
'Three Bills did not practice Wednesday and two of them may not be available for the game. Defensive end Jarius Wynn and tight end Chris Gragg both sat out with knee injuries. Tight end Lee Smith was sick, but he is expected back to practice Thursday. Two key defensive players for the Browns will miss the game - linebacker Karlos Dansby and defensive back Tashaun Gipson, both with knee injuries.'
Fred Jackson, other Buffalo Bills say they have no respect for Browns 'idiot' Donte Whitner
'"I'm not going to get into that," Browns coach and former Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said. "I've had situations in games where players have had back and forth. I really can't speak on Donte's time in Buffalo because I wasn't a part of it. I just know for us, he's been great. He's been a great leader. He's a fierce competitor. He's a big part of why we've had the success that he's had."'