April 23, 2014

Bills coach Doug Marrone has cancerous mole removed from skin
Buffalo News
'Marrone spoke with reporters at length on Tuesday morning, the first day of voluntary offseason conditioning workouts for the Bills’ players. He looked fit, appeared in good spirits and made no mention of any health problems.'


Marrone pumped as players begin workouts
Buffalo News
'“We’re extremely excited as coaches and as an organization when the players start coming back in this building,” coach Doug Marrone said. “Even though you’re limited to doing a lot of things and we know it’s voluntary, it’s great to see the players back – knowing that we do have a lot of hard work ahead of us. Coming off a disappointing season last year, we look forward to that hard work.”'


NFL needs characters like Spikes
Buffalo News
'Spikes seemed to brace for a backlash, but it certainly wasn’t coming from me Tuesday. Are you kidding? The NFL needs more guys like him, more characters who are unafraid to share their opinions without worrying about getting buried by the very media that begs for colorful personalities.'


No off button to EJ’s offseason
Buffalo News
'“I might have took just one week after I left Buffalo to hang out with my family. Then after that I was pretty much getting myself back healthy and getting smarter in the film room.”'


Buffalo Jills’ lawsuit cites mistreatment, wage law violations
Buffalo News
'“I could not go back because of the harassment and the way we were treated,” she said, citing degrading sexual comments and inappropriate touching at the Jills annual golf tournament.'

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