Alec Ogletree (Georgia) is a top linebacker prospect in the upcoming NFL draft that several analysts have the Buffalo Bills taking with their eighth overall pick, including ESPN’s Mel Kiper. That may change, however, after Ogletree was popped with a DUI recently, Pro Football Talk reports. It’s not the first time Ogletree has been in trouble either.
Buffalo Rumblings takes a long look at potential linebacker free agent Paul Kruger of the Baltimore Ravens and conclude he’d be a valuable addition, but not worth overpaying for.
The Bills have now saved around $6.5 million on their salary cap with the releases of George Wilson, Nick Barnett, the Buffalo News reports. That number has since increased with the release of Terrence McGee.
There’s an interview on Bills.com with Buffalo assistant general manager Doug Whaley.
John Dudley of the Erie Times suggests you should trust Doug Marrone on his quarterback-making decision.
ESPN.com analyst Todd McShay thinks it would be a big mistake to draft Ryan Nassib eighth overall.
Mistakes undid the Buffalo Sabres in their 4-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins Sunday.
Bill Hoppe of the Olean Times Herald wrote the loss left goaltender Ryan Miller fuming in the locker room after.
Spearheaded by a dominating start from starting pitcher Mike Burke, the UB baseball team tallied its first win of the early season Sunday afternoon, beating North Carolina A&T 10-6. Down 3-0 after three innings, the Bulls dominated the middle innings to get the win.