John Murphy offers his take on the performance of the quarterbacks from Sunday’s NFL combine for Bill.com. Among Murph’s more notable observations is seeing nothing spectacular from Ryan Nassib and being flat-out unimpressed with Mike Glennon.
Matt Warren from Buffalo Rumblings thinks that the contract extension Bills assistant general manager Doug Whaley just signed was well earned.
Bob Gaughan offers his thoughts on some of this year’s draft crop of offensive linemen for Trending Buffalo.
The Bills have declined to offer a contract to Bills restricted free agent receiver David Nelson, meaning he’ll be looking for a new to play for in 2013.
Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports that when the Buffalo Sabres lost to the New York Islanders Saturday night, Ryan Miller turned into a slugger in the locker room.
Paul Hamilton of WGR suggests the Sabres are just looking for something that will make them better.
Zachary Zielonka of Die by the Blade takes a look at NHL realignment and how it will affect the Sabres next year.
Sabresbuzz blog wonders if its time for the Sabres to call up a defensemen.
Buffalo State’s Jake Simmons rose to the top of the record books this season. But, Jake’s journey to the top started at rock bottom. Watch the story of Buffalo’s “Rising Son,” Monday at 6pm. (WGRZ)
The Niagara County Community College men’s basketball team held a share of the conference championship in its grasp Saturday and threw it away. (Niagara Gazette)
The St. Bonaventure women’s basketball team traveled to the nation’s capital to take on George Washington University in a nationally televised game. After falling behind by 14 midway through the second half, the Bonnies began to rally back. However, GW survived and defeated St. Bonaventure 57-52.
If the Western New York basketball community didn’t know about North Tonawanda sophomore Chris Woodard before Wednesday night, they do now. (Tonawanda News)