Evan Silva from Rotoworld has a neat article up in which he attempts to forecast the landing spot for each of the NFL’s top 50 free agent. Among them is Buffalo Bills guard Andy Levitre, who Silva has landed in Detroit to the tune of $38 million over six years.
Linebackers who can cover are in demand more than ever, says Bills.com lead journalist Chris Brown. PS-he’s right.
The Bills now have Stevie Johnson, T.J Graham and some spare parts at wide receiver, Buffalo Rumblings’ Brian Galliford writes.
Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News thinks that Tennessee speedster Cordarrelle Patterson may appeal to the Bills deep thinkers.
Former Buffalo Sabres coach Lindy Ruff will have plenty of options at his disposal in the opinion of Bill Hoppe.
The SabresNoise blog would really like to see Darcy Regier gone as general manager.
A weekend sweep over Mercyhurst was enough to bump the Niagara hockey team to the No. 13 position in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine national poll released Monday.
After his first collegiate week of action, freshman Vince Gravino of the Canisius College men’s lacrosse team was named MAAC Rookie of the Week, announced by the conference on Monday.
Three runs in the top of the ninth inning broke a 3-3 tie, and the UB baseball team returns home from an extended weekend series with a 6-3 win over Maryland-Eastern Shore on Monday afternoon.
Following a week in which he averaged 27.5 points and set the record for most points ever by a St. Bonaventure player in an Atlantic 10 Conference game, senior Eric Mosley was named the A-10 Player of the Week by league officials on Monday.
Niagara’s Juan’ya Green and Canisius point guard Billy Baron are two of the 25 finalists for the Lou Henson Award, given to the national mid-major player of the year by CollegeInsider.com. (WIVB)
The first two times Bishop Timon-St. Jude and St. Joseph’s met this season, the script was the same — Timon jumped out to an early lead, but the Marauders would fight back to take the victory. (Metro WNY)
Canisius junior and Niagara Falls native Qadree Ollison took big steps toward starting his college career this week. (Niagara Gazette)