The Daily Links

daily-links-logo5Wide receiver Rasmes Barden aims to seize the moment after signing a reserve-futures deal with the Buffalo Bills, the San Luis Obispo Tribune reports.

Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn has come on strong, Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News writes.

The latest member of the New York State Tourism Advisory Council is also a Pro Football Hall of Famer. Gov. Andrew Cuomo appointed former Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas to the tourism panel, which advises the governor on the state’s tourism efforts.

The “K-Gun” offense helped arm Frank Reich for his new position. Reich, hired this week as Chargers offensive coordinator, spent 14 years as an NFL quarterback. The experience included 10 seasons with the Buffalo Bills, who ran the no-huddle scheme. (San Diego Union Tribune).

The 2014 NFL Draft has three extremely talented tight end prospects expected to be selected within the top 45 picks. One of those players is Texas Tech’s Jace Amaro, a 6’5” 260 pound weapon that was a focal point of the 2013 Red Raiders’ aerial attack. Rob Quinn of ForgedInBuffalo takes an extended look at the tight end prospect.