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About buffalocalzone

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  1. What up bro miss you what are you thinking about this hire his name was not even mentioned in potential candidates ?!you like it?
  2. Darin Gantt @daringantt Honestly, if the Bills kept starting Tyrod Taylor, they were never going to lose enough games to draft an upgrade over Tyrod Taylor. 9:51 AM - Nov 15, 2017
  3. FUCK ME Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula told John Kryk of QMI Agency he would not oppose an NFL franchise in Toronto, . And the NFL not only knows it, but asked him about it when he bought the club. Pegula and wife Kim purchased the Bills in October for $1.4 billion, far outbidding rocker Jon Bon Jovi’s Toronto group, as well as billionaire celebrity mogul Donald Trump. In so doing, the Pegulas scotched decades of worry in Western New York that the small-market franchise might be moved away -- worst of all, to Toronto -- by some carpet-bagging owner upon the death of franchise founder Ralph Wilson. Wilson died last March 25. Pegula, a multi-billionaire, emphatically stated last fall that he and his family will see to it that the Bills remain in Buffalo for good. That appeared to kill the dream of Torontonians who crave their own NFL team. Because, surely, Pegula would fight tooth-and-nail to block it, right? Not so. “I don’t think I would have a problem with it if they could support the team,” Pegula said after Tuesday morning’s sessions on Day 2 of the league’s annual meeting, at the Arizona Biltmore resort. “It’s a big enough market. I don’t know how that works with the CFL, though.” Really? Pegula does not possess a mindset of, ‘Hey, I’ve just paid all this money for the Bills, so the Toronto market’s out?’” “No, no,” he said. “And I believe I was asked that question when I was approved as an owner, and it was an affirmative answer to the league. I said I would support it if Toronto had a franchise ... There are a lot of people there.” http://www.theredzone.org/BlogDescription/tabid/61/EntryId/48817/Bills-owner-Pegula-not-opposed-to-franchise-in-Toronto/Default.aspx
  4. ohh and the Bluff failed ! he was only holding a pair of 2's hahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahaha
  5. i would say Both- of these guys Schwartz as Coach/ Reich as Asst Coach/OC
  6. Love it- these young guys are going to start believing that the game is not over until 60 minutes, not like in the past when they'd throw the towel in at the 54 minute mark-( Still pissed about that Houston game) but i like the Confidence Orton brings to the young players
  7. BUFFALO, N.Y. -- A Buffalo Bills fan group uncovered documents that suggest a Toronto-based prospective ownership group has plans to relocate the franchise north of the border. In a release issued Thursday, the Buffalo Fan Alliance identified several announcements referring to Rogers Communications consultant, Roger Rai, as part of the ownership group "attempting to acquire and move the Buffalo Bills to Toronto." Rai told The AP on Wednesday he's not involved with the group's ownership bid. He added the references connecting him to the proposed Bills' purchase were "a mistake on my behalf," and the result of a misinterpretation made by a co-worker who wrote the biography. Related Stories The alliance, made up of fans, former Bills players and business leaders, said the references made in the documents "would seem to cast further doubt on the credibility" of the Toronto group's assurances to keep the Bills in Buffalo. Rogers is part of a Bills' prospective ownership group that includes rocker Jon Bon Jovi and Larry Tanenbaum, chairman of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. The Associated Press has verified the documents exist. Read more: Buffalo Bills fan group unearths documents linked to Toronto relocation plans | CTV News
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  9. Donald Trump would sell his casinos if his bid to purchase the Buffalo Bills goes through, according to a new report in the New York Post. Trump has offered $1 billion-plus to purchase the team, which went up for sale after owner Ralph Wilson Jr. died in June. If indeed he does win the bid, and there's serious doubt about whether he'll even be in the hunt, he apparently will sell his remaining stake in his casinos. The NFL's anti-gambling policy could mean that Trump would have a more difficult time getting approval, even though he only owns common stock in the casinos and has no executive authority. Trump is one of three bidders on the team. Another is headed by Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula, while a third includes Jon Bon Jovi. (Here's a helpful link to Bon Jovi's greatest hits for all your "Livin' on a Prayer"/"Bad Medicine" pun needs.) Pegula's bid is approximately $1.3 billion, while the Bon Jovi bid could be as high as $1.2 billion. Approximately 15 groups expressed interest in bidding, but only the three bids came in by the Tuesday deadline. The Post reported that the Bills may be interested in extending the deadline because of the relative lack of bids. Trump and Pegula would likely keep the team in Buffalo, while the Bon Jovi group would likely move the team to Toronto. Even so, Trump is not optimistic about his odds to win the team, "I would say the chances are very, very unlikely, because I'm not going to do something totally stupid," he said. "Maybe just a little bit stupid, but not totally stupid." The team was valued by Forbes at $870 million, but the billion-plus price tag is not surprising because of the scarcity of NFL teams for sale. The prospective new owner could be announced before the start of the season, and could be voted on by other owners by midseason. https://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/donald-trump-would-sell-casino-holdings-if-he-wins-buffalo-bills-bidding--report-140833291.html
  10. and the list keeps growing and growing and growing- Lets get it started in here lets get it started in here (Black eyed peas) WTF??!!!
  11. ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Pardon Doug Whaley for using a baseball analogy when discussing his all-in approach to transforming the Buffalo Bills into something he hopes will finally resemble a playoff contender. ''You have equal chances of missing when you play it safe as when you try to swing for a home run,'' the Bills general manager said. ''So why not go for the home run?'' And Whaley didn't blink when reminded that home-run hitters generally strike out a lot. ''Yeah,'' he said. ''And a lot of single hitters stay on base.'' Whaley's series of offseason moves caught the players' attention by refocusing their commitment to win. ''This is a desperate franchise with desperate players and coaches to win,'' center Eric Wood said. ''I'm not using desperate in a negative way. I'm using desperate in a positive way. Desperate like: Willing to do whatever-it-takes mentality. This is probably the most positive energy I've felt since I've been here.'' story continues..........................http://sports.yahoo.com/news/bills-gm-whaley-takes-rebuilding-191452364--nfl.html
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