According to Gil Brandt of NFL.com, former Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow will conduct a private workout with the Buffalo Bills.
It looks like Bills owner Ralph Wilson does listen to his former players.
Back in February former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly stated he wants the Bills to draft quarterback Time Tebow.
With Kelly being an ambassador for the Bills obviously a conversation between Wilson and Kelly about the quarteback available in the upcoming National Football League Draft has happened.
This isn’t the first time as I recall a story told by Hall of Fame guard Joe DeLamielleure that one time at a preseason game a couple years ago Wilson asked his opinion on the young offensive line, which Joe D replied that he liked Butler.
Butler eventually went on to be a starter.
The big key to the Bills taking Tebow will be how he looks with his changed throwing motion.
In the end it is good to see Wilson listening to those players that were successful and know what it takes to play the position they were successful at.
The Buffalo News Sunday had an article questioning the future of safety Donte Whitner with the team.
The fact is Whitner is not going anywhere.
The biggest concern that general manager Buddy Nix and head coach Chan Gailey have avout the team is the depth.
In 2009 the Bills set a franchise record number of players listed on injured reserve with 20.
The Bills last year had the number two ranked pass defense and trading Whitner would only hurt the teams effort try and repeat it.
The fact of the matter is that Whitner is extremely talented and was a playmaker before he got hurt last year.
In the end look for Whitner to back as the starting strong safety in 2010.
The Buffalo Bills by many expert opinions don’t have a nose tackle for their 3-4 defense, which we disagree with.
That could change as there is now a new possibile candidate to fill that void.
According to Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, via ProFootballTalk.com, the Cleveland Browns are open to trading nose tackle Shaun Rodgers.
The reason being is that the coaching staff is tired of his freelancing instead of covering his assigned area on a play.
Simply, the Brown will be the biggest idiots in the National Football League if they did this.
What Rodgers is doing is trying to make a play as he is sick and tired of losing.
That is a common thing amongst players on losing football teams.
The Browns recently traded defensive lineman Corey Williams and a fifth round pick in April’s upcoming NFL Draft to the Detroit Lions for a fifth round pick.
That means Rodgers probably could be acquired for the same compensation as defensive lineman Marcus Stroud was, which was a third and fifth round picks.
If that is the case then the Bills should be all over this trade like a guy is, who hasn’t gotten any, when a girl asks to do her.
In the end look for some news to come out from One Bills Drive in the next couple days about this.
Well as many of you have noticed Kasper’s Korner has had a makeover.
I love the theme, but just not the colors of it.
Eventually, by the end of May I will underdtand HTML and will be able to alter the appearance of the site.
From my understanding my communication publishing class will get into altering HTML.
Also, I am working on developing a logo for the site.
I would love to incorporate logos from the Bills and other NFL teams, but we are grtting into trademark law.
As for the site I want to make it a one stop shop for football news with podcasts, video reports, and articles, along eith sports merchandise.
If anybody has an idea you are free to pass it along to email@example.com.
In the end we hope you are enjoying the changes.