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  2009 HALL OF FAME GAME
       BILLS @ TITANS
Sunday, August 9, 2009 - 8:00 PM ET
  Fawcett Field - Canton, OH
 WWW.BUFFALOBILLS.COM/MEDIA
BUFFALO BILLS
GAME RELEASE - Hall of Fame Game Buffalo Bills (0-0) vs. Tennessee Titans (0-0)
     Sunday, August 9 - 8:00 ET - Fawcett Field - Canton, OH
    PRESEASON OPENER - HALL OF FAME                                                    BROADCAST INFO

       The Buffalo Bills will travel to Fawcett Field in               TELEVISION: NBC
Canton, OH this week to face the Tennessee Titans in the              PLAY-BY-PLAY: Al Michaels
2009 Hall of Fame Game.                                               COLOR ANALYST: Cris Collinsworth
      Buffalo and Tennessee are meeting for the fifth time             SIDELINE: Andrea Kremer
in preseason play at a neutral site.                                  PRODUCER: Fred Gaudelli
      For the Bills, Sunday night’s Hall of Fame game will            DIRECTOR: Drew Esocoff
mark the team’s third appearance in the annual contest.
                                                                      WESTWOOD ONE
      July 27, 1974: St. Louis Cardinals - 21, Buffalo Bills 13       PLAY-BY-PLAY: Howard David
      August 5, 1989: Washington Redskins - 31, Buffalo Bills 6       COLOR ANALYST: James Lofton
     The Bills return to Buffalo next week and play host to           BILLS RADIO NETWORK
the Chicago Bears at Ralph Wilson Stadium for Kids’ Day               FLAGSHIP: Buffalo – 97 Rock (96.9 FM) and The Edge (103.3
 on Saturday, August 15 at 7:00 PM ET.                                FM); Rochester – WHAM (1180 AM); Toronto - FAN (590 AM)
                                                                      PLAY-BY-PLAY: John Murphy (23rd year, 6th as play-by-play)
    2009 HALL OF FAME - Wilson and Smith                              COLOR ANALYST: Mark Kelso (4th year)
                                                                      SIDELINE REPORTER: Rich Gaenzler (10th year; 1st year as
          Buffalo Bills President and Owner                           sideline)
Mr. Ralph Wilson, Jr. and former defen-
sive end Bruce Smith will be formally                                                 NEW BILLS IN 2009
inducted in to the Pro Football Hall of
Fame this week.                                                              Sunday night’s game will mark the debut of 27
          Wilson and Smith’s formal induc-                            players as members of the Buffalo Bills.
tion will take place on Saturday, August 8.                                  Leading the debut is 14-year veteran WR Terrell
      The two members of the 2009 Hall of Fame class join             Owens who signed with the franchise as an unrestricted
seven former members of the Bills franchise in the Hall of            free agent on March 7.
                                                                             Along with Owens, the Bills were active in free
Fame.
                                                                      agency and the off-season by signing a total of 19 free
      Below is a list of Buffalo Bills Hall of Famers who
                                                                      agents: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, DB Drayton Florence,
have their football legacy on display in Canton, Ohio:                C Geoff Hangartner, OL Nick Hennessey, DL David
                                                                      Lindquist, DL Corey Mace, TE Travis McCall, DE
•   President and Owner Ralph Wilson, Jr. - 2009                      Jermaine McGhee, OL Seth McKinney, WR Terrell Owens,
•   Defensive End Bruce Smith - 2009                                  LB Ashlee Palmer, C Marvin Philip, RB Dominic Rhodes,
•   Running Back Thurman Thomas - 2007                                LS Garrison Sanborn, DB Lydell Sargeant, DE Marcus
•   Guard Joe DeLamielleure - 2003                                    Smith, WR Shaine Smith, CB Antwain Spann and LB Pat
•   Wide Receiver James Lofton - 2003                                 Thomas.
•   Quarterback Jim Kelly - 2002                                             The Bills 2009 draft class consists of: DE Aaron
•   Head Coach Marv Levy - 2001                                       Maybin, OL Eric Wood, DB Jairus Byrd, OL Andy Levitre,
•   Guard Billy Shaw - 1999                                           TE Shawn Nelson, LB Nic Harris, LB Cary Harris and DB
•   Running Back OJ Simpson - 1985                                    Ellis Lankster.


             Scott Berchtold                                 Matt Heidt                                Dominick Rinelli
    Vice President/Communications                     Media Relations Assistant             Media Relations Assistant/Research Analyst
      scott.berchtold@bills.nfl.net                     matt.heidt@bills.nfl.net                  dominick.rinelli@bills.nfl.net
             716-312-8701                                  716-312-8704                               716-312-8707
              Chris Jenkins                                Dawn Dotzler
      Director of Media Relations                      Administrative Assistant
       chris.jenkins@bills.nfl.net                     dawn.dotzler@bills.nfl.net
              716-312-8702                                 716-312-8700

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            50 YEARS OF OWNERSHIP                                                       2009 LEGACY GAMES

        On October 28, 1959, Ralph Wilson, Jr. was                              The Buffalo Bills unveiled
awarded the seventh franchise by the American Football                  their throwback jerseys after a
League.                                                                 July 30 training camp practice in
        The 2009 season of Buffalo Bills football will mark             Pittsford, NY which will be worn
the 50th year of football for the franchise and 50 years of             in four games during the 2009
ownership by Ralph Wilson, Jr.                                          season - including this week’s
        The Buffalo Bills are the only original American                Hall of Fame game vs. Tennes-
Football League team to have remained in their originating              see as part of the NFL’s AFL
city with their original owner.                                         Legacy Games.
        Ralph Wilson, Jr. will become the sixth current NFL                     Coinciding with the celebration of the 50th anni-
franchise owner to have owned their respective club for 50              versary of the AFL, the eight original AFL teams will wear
or more years.                                                          historic uniforms during Legacy Games.
        Below is a list of current NFL owners with 50 or                        The Bills are scheduled to wear their throwback uni-
more years of ownership:                                                foms which represent the team’s 1965 AFL Championship
•       The Halas Family, Chicago (1921)                                season. The helmet is white and will feature a standing red
•       William V. Bidwell, Arizona (Family, 1933)                      buffalo.
•       The Rooney family, Pittsburgh (1933)                                    Buffalo will wear their throwback uniforms for the
•       K.S. (Bud) Adams, Tennessee (August 3, 1959)                    following games:
 •      Ralph Wilson, Jr., Buffalo (October 28, 1959)                   • Sunday, August 9 - Tennessee Titans (White)
                                                                        • Monday, September 14 - at N.E. Patriots (White)
                      THE RALPH                                         • Sunday, November 15 - at Tennessee Titans (White)
                                                                        • Sunday, November 29 - MIAMI DOLPHINS (Blue)
       Opened on August 17, 1973, the Buffalo Bills wel-
comed fans into their new home - Ralph Wilson Stadium.
                                                                                     CLOSING IN ON 350 WINS
       Over the course of its 36-year existence, Ralph
Wilson Stadium has played host to some of the NFL’s
                                                                                The Buffalo Bills are closing in on a milestone in
most memorable games and ranks as one of the oldest
                                                                        team history - 350 regular season wins. Buffalo enters the
stadiums in the NFL.                                                    2009 season with 348 wins in 49 years of professional foot-
       Given the nickname ‘The Ralph’, Ralph Wilson                     ball.
Stadium is the seventh oldest stadium in the NFL.                               With their second win this season, the Bills will
       Below is a look at the oldest venues in the league:              become the seventh original AFL football team to post 350
                                                                        regular season wins or more.
                                                                                Below is a list of the eight original AFL teams and their
TEAM                STADIUM                   OPENED          YRS
                                                                        regular season win totals:
Chicago Bears       Soldier Field             1924            85
Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field               1957            52                       TEAM                        WINS
                                                                                       Oakland Raiders             405
San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park          1960            49
                                                                                       Kansas City Chiefs          381
Oakland Raiders     McAfee Coliseum           1966            43                       Denver Broncos              386
San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadum            1967            42                       New England Patriots        377
                                                                                       Tennessee Titans            363
Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium          1972            37
                                                                                       San Diego Chargers          362
Buffalo Bills       Ralph Wilson Stadium      1973            36                       Buffalo Bills               348
New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome        1975            34                       New York Jets               331
*New York Giants    Giants Stadium            1976            33
                                                                                With 200 regular season home victories, Buffalo ranks
*New York Jets      The Meadowlands           1976            33        seventh among the eight original AFL franchises.
                    * - Both clubs share the stadium                            Below is a list of regular season home wins for each
                                                                        original AFL team:
        BILLS 49-YEAR RECORD TOTALS
                                                                                       TEAM                        WINS
                                                                                       Denver Broncos              235
                                                                                       Kansas City Chiefs          227
                              W        L     T         PCT.                            New England Patriots        210
Home Games                    200      167   4         .545                            Tennessee Titans            210
Road Games                    148      217   4         .407                            Oakland Raiders             209
Playoff Games - Home          10       3     0         .769                            San Diego Chargers          203
Playoff Games - Road          4        8     0         .333                            Buffalo Bills               200
Neutral Site Playoff Games    0        4     0         .000                            New York Jets               182
TOTALS                        362      399   8         .476

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   SCHEDULE & CREDENTIAL DEADLINES                                               STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE

       All credential requests should be made through                       Based on 2008 regular season records, the Buf-
the Buffalo Bills media website - www.buffalobills.com/me-           falo Bills opponents for the season accumulated a record
dia. For all credential questions please contact Vice Presi-         of 146-110-0. The Bills’ strength of schedule is .570 - the
dent of Communications Scott Berchtold (716-312-8701                 sixth highest winning percentage among team opponents
or scott.berchtold@bills.nfl.net) or Dawn Dotzler (716-312-           in 2009. Below is a list of the Bills’ 2009 opponents and
8700 or dawn.dotzler@bills.nfl.net).                                  their 2008 records.
               2009 PRESEASON SCHEDULE                                               DATE OPPONENT                   2008 RECORD
Sunday, August 9 at Tennessee Titans             8:00 - NBC                          9/14 at New England Patriots    11-5
Credential Request Deadline Has Passed                                               9/20 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS       9-7
                                                                                     9/27 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS         8-8
Saturday, August 15 CHICAGO BEARS                 7:00 PM                            10/4 at Miami Dolphins          11-5
                                                                                     10/11 CLEVELAND BROWNS          4-12
Credential Request Deadline - Monday, August 10 - 12 Noon ET                         10/18 at New York Jets          9-7
                                                                                     10/25 at Carolina Panthers      12-4
Saturday, August 22 at Green Bay Packers          8:00 PM                            11/1 HOUSTON TEXANS             8-8
Credential Request Deadline - Wed., August 12 - 12 Noon ET                           11/15 at Tennessee Titans       13-3
                                                                                     11/22 at Jacksonville Jaguars   5-11
Saturday, August 29 at Pittsburgh Steelers        7:30 PM                            11/29 MIAMI DOLPHINS            11-5
Credential Request Deadline - Wed., August 19 - 12 Noon ET                           12/3 NEW YORK JETS              9-7
                                                                                     12/13 at Kansas City Chiefs     2-14
Thursday, September 3 DETROIT LIONS               6:30 PM                            12/20 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS      11-5
                                                                                     12/27 at Atlanta Falcons        11-5
Credential Request Deadline - Thursday, August 27 - 12 Noon ET                       1/3 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS          12-4
                                                                                     TOTAL                           146-110-0 (.570)
       For all regular season credential requests, please
visit www.buffalobills.com/media for deadline information                 Below is a list of the NFL teams whose opponents
and to apply.                                                        have the highest winning percentage based on the 2008
                                                                     regular season schedule.
                                                                          The Bills’ opponents have the sixth-highest winning
   UPCOMING CAMP WEEK’S SCHEDULE                                     percentage in the NFL:

                                                                     RK        TEAM                     STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE
 Monday, August 3                                                    1.        Miami Dolphins           .594 (152-104-0)
10:15 am - 11:00 am Walk-Thru (CLOSED TO PUBLIC)                     2.        Carolina Panthers        .592 (151-104-1)
2:15 pm - 4:20 pm Practice                                           3.        New England Patriots     .590 (151-105-0)
                                                                     4.        Atlanta Falcons          .588 (150-105-1)
Tuesday, August 4                                                    5.        Tampa Bay Buccaneers     .580 (148-107-1)
10:15 am - 11:00 am Walk-Thru (CLOSED TO PUBLIC)                     6.        Buffalo Bills            .570 (146-110-0)
7:00 pm - 9:05 pm Practice
                                                                            BUFFALO BILLS MEDIA WEBSITE
Wednesday, August 5
10:15 am - 11:00 am Walk-Thru (CLOSED TO PUBLIC)
1:00 pm - 3:05 pm Practice                                            Please visit the Buffalo Bills media website for all up-to-
                                                                     date information regarding the team at:
Thursday, August 6                                                                   www.buffalobills.com/media
10:15 am - 11:00 am Walk-Thru (CLOSED TO PUBLIC)
7:00 pm - 9:05 pm Practice                                           The Buffalo Bills media website regularly posts the follow-
                                                                     ing information:
Friday, August 7
10:15 am - 11:00 am Walk-Thru (CLOSED TO PUBLIC)                     •    2009 Updated Media Guide and Historical Files
2:25 pm - 4:20 pm Practice                                           •    Game Credential Request forms
                                                                     •    Coach/Player/Personnel Transcripts
Saturday, August 8
Walk-Thru (CLOSED TO MEDIA & PUBLIC) Travel Day                      •    Coach/Player/Personnel Clips
                                                                     •    Latest Press Releases
Sunday, August 9                                                     •    Up-to-date practice schedules
8:00 PM - Hall of Fame game vs. Tennessee Titans                     •    Media Availability Sessions
                                                                     •    Full Record Book
Tuesday, August 11                                                   •    Transactions
10:45 am - 11:30 am Walk-Thru (CLOSED TO PUBLIC)                     •    Media Relations Department Contact Information
7:00 pm - 9:05 pm Practice
                                                                     For all your Buffalo Bills media relations needs please
****All dates and times are subject to change.****                   visit:
                                                                                www.buffalobills.com/media
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       LAST GAME - BILLS 0, PATRIOTS 13                                                 CONNECTIONS - BILLS-TITANS

          With swirling winds turning even the simplest play into              Bills = bold italic; Titans = bold
an adventure, the Buffalo Bills were unable to find the end zone
on Sunday afternoon at Ralph Wilson Stadium, and lost their                   CANTON CONNECTIONS
                                                                              •  Bills third-year DB Dustin Fox hails from Canton, OH and played
final game of the 2008 season to the New England Patriots 13-0.                   high school football at Glen Oak HS in Canton.
Pre-game gusts were recorded at 75 mph, and during the game                   •  Bills second-year CB Reggie Corner is a native of Canton, OH and
were sustained between 35-50 mph. The wind wreaked havoc on                      played high school football at Fawcett Field.
the kicking and passing games of both teams. Patriots QB Matt                 •  Bills rookie OL Eric Wood was a member of Elder (Cincinnati, OH)
Cassel attempted only eight passes, but the Patriots were able to                High School’s 2002 and 2003 state football championship teams
put together three scoring drives, led by RBs Sammy Morris (24                   that captured the title each year at Fawcett Field.
carries for 85 yards), Lamont Jordan ( 20 carries for 64 yards)
and Cassel himself, who had three rushes for 19 yards.                        HALL OF FAME GAME CONNECTIONS
          In light of the weather, the Bills also sidelined their pass-       •  Buffalo Bills WR Terrell Owens (2000) and RB Dominic Rhodes
                                                                                 (2008) participated in the Hall of Fame game.
ing game early in favor of RB Fred Jackson, who had a career-
high 136 rushing yards on 27 attempts. QB Trent Edwards did                   FORMER TITANS/BILLS
not even attempt a pass until the first play of the second quarter.            •  Titans WR coach Fred Graves held the same position with the Bills
On the game, the second-year quarterback was 14 of 25 for 128                    from 2001-03.
yards. Though Jackson was able to get the Bills close, they could             •  Titans LB Josh Stamer was a member of the Bills from 2003-07.
never close the deal. An early second-quarter field goal attempt
by K Rian Lindell was caught up in the wind and sailed wide right.            NFL CONNECTIONS
Just before halftime, Buffalo drove to the New England 12 yard                •   Bills HC Dick Jauron (1986-94) was the DB coach for Green Bay
line with 22 seconds remaining, only to have the clock expire                     while Bills DQC Adrian White (1992) and Titans DC Chuck Cecil
                                                                                  (1988-92) played for the Packers.
before they were able to get off another play.                                •   Jauron (1999-2003) and TE coach Charlie Coiner (2001-05/Of-
          The Bills never got closer than the New England 34 yard                 fensive Quality Control/Assistant Special Teams) held the same
line the rest of the game, as their final five drives went turnover,                position with Chicago while Titans WR Justin Gage (2003-06) was
punt, downs, downs, end of game. With the loss, the Bills fin-                     a Bears wideout.
ished 7-9 for the third consecutive year.                                     •   Bills AOL coach Ray Brown (1989-95) blocked for Titans RB
                                                                                  coach Earnest Byner (1989-93) while Byner was a RB for the
TEAM               1         2          3       4         FINAL                   Redskins.
PATRIOTS           3         0          7       3         13                  •   Bills WR Terrell Owens (2006-08) and Titans LB Ryan Fowler
BILLS              0         0          0       0         0                       (2004-06) were teammates in Dallas during the 2006 season.
                                                                              •   Owens (2004-05) was also a Philadelphia Eagles teammate of
                                                                                  Titans DE Jevon Kearse (2004-07).
Team     Qtr/Time Scoring Play             Drive         Score                •   Bills S Bryan Scott (2003-2005) and FB Corey McIntyre (2007)
NE       1/3:01   S. Gostowski 33 yd FG 9-48, 4:11        3-0                     played with Titans TE Alge Crumpler (2001-2007) and Derrick
NE       3/4:39   L. Jordan 2 yd rush (S. Gostkowski kick)                        Jones (2007) while with the Atlanta Falcons.
                                           11-43, 6:00 10-0                   •   From 1995-1997, Bills DB coach George Catavolos coached for
NE       3/10:18 S. Gostowski 23 yd FG 15-80, 7:58 13-0                           the Carolina Panthers when Titans QB Kerry Collins played for the
                                                                                  Panthers from 1995-1998. Bills C Geoff Hangartner also played
                             Patriots           Bills                             with the Panthers (2005-2008) with Titans DT Jovan Haye (2005),
Total First Downs            16                 15                                WR Mark Jones (2008), DT Tony Brown (2006) and RB Casey
                                                                                  Cramer (2004-2005).
Third Down Efficiency         20%                53%                           •   Bills CB Drayton Florence (2003-07) and Titans DE Dave Bell
Total Net Yards              241                276                               (2004-05) and T Cory Lekkerkerker (2005-06) were teammates
Total Offensive Plays        56                 62                                while with the San Diego Chargers.
Average Per Play             4.3                4.5                           •   Bills K Rian Lindell (2000-02) played for Seattle while Titans DB
Net Yards Rushing            168                161                               coach Marcus Robertson (2001-02) manned the secondary for the
Total Rushing Plays          47                 35                                Seahawks.
Net Yards Passing            73                 115
Times Sacked/Yards Lost      1-5                2-13                          COLLEGE CONNECTIONS
Pass Atts-Comps-INTs         8-6-0              25-14-0                       •  Bills DE Chris Kelsay and Titans DE Kyle Vanden Bosch were
                                                                                 teammates at Nebraska.
Punts- No. and Yards         4-48.0             3-31.0                        •  Bills rookie TE Shawn Nelson and Titans rookie LB Gerald Mc-
Penalties – No. and Yards    2-10               3-20                             Grath were teammates at Southern Mississippi.
Fumbles – No. and Lost       0-0                2-1                           •  Bills RB Marshawn Lynch and Titans WR Lavelle Hawkins both
Touchdowns                   1                  0                                played at California together.
FGM/A                        2/3                0/1
Time of Possession           32:01              27:59
                                                                                              HIGH SCHOOL REUNION
RUSHING
PATRIOTS: S. Morris 24-85, L. Jordan 20-64 TD, M. Cassel 3-19                    Second-year cornerback Reggie Corner will return to his
BILLS: F. Jackson 27-136, T. Edwards 4-20, X. Omon 4-5                        high school field on Sunday Night as the Bills face the Titans at
                                                                              Fawcett Field.
PASSING                                                                          Corner, a native of Canton, OH and a former standout at Akron
PATRIOTS: M. Cassel 6-8, 78 yards                                             University, played high school football at McKinley High School in
BILLS: T. Edwards 14-25, 128 yards                                            Canton, OH where he earned All-Ohio, All-District and All-County
                                                                              honors in each of his last two seasons.
RECEIVING                                                                        “I’m definitely excited about going back there,” Corner said
PATRIOTS: H. Evans 2-31, W. Welker 2-26, R. Moss 1-13, K.                     about returning to his high school playing field. “McKinley was a
Faulk 1-8                                                                     very big school and big on football. A lot of things have changed
BILLS: L. Evans 5-63, R. Royal 2-30, J. Reed 2-21, D. Fine 2-8,               as far as the field, but it’s going to be fun to run around out
D. Schouman 2-6, F. Jackson 1-0                                                there.”

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   LAST PRESEASON MEETING - BILLS-TITANS                                                  THE PRESEASON SERIES - BILLS-TITANS

        Despite a 305-yard passing performance from the                                     The 2009 Hall of Fame game will mark the 13th
Bills’ quarterback trio and a total offense production of 399                        preseason meeting between the Buffalo Bills and Tennes-
yards, the Tennessee Titans defeated Buffalo 28-17 in                                see Titans – two of the eight original AFL teams.
front of the fourth consecutive sell-out Kids Day crowd.                                   Buffalo and Tennessee last met in preseason action
       QB JP Losman finished with 180 yards on 9 of 20                                on Aug. 24, 2007 at Ralph Wilson Stadium with the Titans
passing, including a 64-yard touchdown strike to WR Lee                              coming away with a 28-17 win.
Evans. Evans notched the 100-yard plateau on five recep-                                    The Bills and Titans last met in the regular season on
tions to lead all receivers. Titans QB Vince Young scored                            Dec. 24, 2006 in Buffalo, as Tennessee pulled away with a
on a two-yard rush into the end zone at the 13:02 mark in                            30-29 win.
the second quarter, putting Tennessee ahead 7-0. On the                                    Playing at a neutral site is not uncommon in Buffalo
Bills’ ensuing possession, Losman hit WR Peerless Price                              and Tennessee preseason play as this year’s game marks
for a gain of 56 yards which set up a Rian Lindell 20-yard                           the fifth time since 1960.
field goal four plays later. In the second quarter, Losman                                     Buffalo’s three preseason wins against Tennessee
hit Evans for a 64-yard touchdown, putting Buffalo up 10-7.                          each came on neutral playing fields.
Young connected with Bo Scaife to give Tennessee a 14-
10 halftime lead.                                                                          BILLS-TITANS PRESEASON SERIES
       Kerry Collins led the Titans on his first two drives in
the third quarter, throwing two touchdown passes. RB                                  •    Overall preseason record: 3-9
Fred Jackson punched in the ball from one-yard out for                               •    Bills on the road versus the Titans: 0-5
Buffalo to close the game as he finished with 31 yards                                •    Last meeting on the road: 0-3
rushing. Buffalo fell to 1-2 in the preseason with the loss,                         •    Neutral site: 3-1
while the Titans improved to 2-1.                                                    •    First preseason meeting: 1962, W 21-14 (Mobile, AL)
Team                1           2          3           4          Final
                                                                                     •    Last preseason meeting: 2007, L 17-28 (Orchard Park, NY)
TITANS              0           14         14          0          28
BILLS               0           10         0           7          17
                                                                                             TALE OF THE TAPE - 2008 STATS
TEAM QTR. TIME   SCORING PLAY                              DRIVE         SCORE
Titans 2 13:02   Young 2 yd. run (Bironas kick)            (8-49, 3:17) 7-0           Bills                   Category                 Titans
Bills  2 8:54    Lindell 20 yd. Field Goal                 (9-84, 4:08) 7-3
Bills  2 2:37    Evans 64 yd. pass - Losman (Lindell kick) (6-80, 2:17) 7-10         7-9                       Record                    13-3
Titans 2 0:30    Scaife 5 yd. pass - Young (Bironas kick) (7-78, 2:07) 14-10         336                   Points Scored                  375
Titans 3 10:18   Gage 16 yd. pass - Collins (Bironas kick) (9-70, 4:42) 21-10
Titans 3 1:09    Ealy 40 yd. pass - Collins (Vaughn kick) (4-62, 1:54) 28-10
                                                                                     342                   Points Allowed                 234
Bills  4 3:34    F. Jackson 1 yd. run (Fitzpatrick kick)   (10-80, 4:48) 28-17       35                 Touchdowns Scored                   41
                                                                                     34                 Touchdowns Allowed                 25
TEAM STATS                                                                           16                     Rushing TDs                     24
                            TEN              BUF
First Downs                 20               19                                      14                     Passing TDs                     13
Rushes-Yards                30-132           28-94                                   5                       Return TDs                      4
Net. Pass Yards             261              305                                     18                 Rushing TDs Allowed                12
Total Net Yards             393              399                                     14                 Passing TDs Allowed                 12
Pass. (A-C-I)               30-19-0          37-20-1
                                                                                     2                   Return TDs Allowed                  1
Sacked by Opp.              0                2
Punts-Avg.                  4-47.3           3-49.3                                  38/262              Sacked/Yards Lost              12/83
Fumbles-Lost                0-0              2-1                                     33/15                 Fumbles/Lost                   18/8
Penalties                   10-75            7-60                                    15                   Had Intercepted                    9
Time of Poss.               29:10            30:50                                   30/38          Field Goals Made/Attempted          29/33
Weather: Temp: 84 degrees, Humidity 50%, WSW 5-10 mph
                                                                                     305.1            Average Yards Per Game            313.6
RUSHING:                                                                             326.1         Opp. Average Yards Per Game          293.6
Bills: F. Jackson 4-31, TD; D. Wright 9-21; T. Edwards 2-12; J. Reed 2-              115.1       Average Rushing Yards Per Game         137.4
10; J. Losman 1-10; M. Lynch 9-9; C. Nall 1-1                                        121.6       Opp. Avg. Rushing Yards Per Game         93.9
Titans: L. White 11-51; C. Brown 6-42; Q. Ganther 8-26; K. Collins 1-11;
                                                                                     190.0        Average Passing Yards Per Game        176.2
V. Young 2-4, TD; T. Rattay 2-(-2)
                                                                                     204.4       Opp. Avg. Passing Yards Per Game       199.8
PASSING:                                                                             27/-8                 Turnover Ratio               2/+14
Bills: J. Losman 9-20, 180 yards, TD, INT; T. Edwards 7-10, 100 yards;               30:04          Average Time of Possession          29:09
C. Nall 4-7, 38 yards                                                                25/14/22    NFL Rank-Total Offense/Run/Pass      21/7/27
Titans: V. Young 13-19 162 yards, TD; K. Collins 5-6, 72 yards 2TD; T.
Rattay 1-5, 27 yards                                                                 14/22/13    NFL Rank-Total Defense/Run/Pass         7/6/9
                                                                                     vs. Chicago             Next Game         vs. Tampa Bay
RECEIVING:
Bills: L. Evans 5-100, TD; F. Jackson 4-80; P. Price 3-78; R. Parrish
2-26; J. Reed 2-11; D. Wright 1-9; D. Schouman 1-7; S. Mayle 1-4; M.
Lynch 1-3
Titans: R. Williams 4-68; B. Scaife 3-27, TD; L. White 3-23; B. Ealy 2-67,
TD; C. Brown 2-25; Ch. Davis 1-21; J. Gage 1-16, TD; K. Petrowski 1-11;
 E. Moulds 1-5; A. Hall 1-(-2)


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                                              JAURON LEADING THE WAY

      Dick Jauron is heading into his fourth year as the Buffalo Bills Head Coach and has led the team to significant
improvements in all three phases of the game - offense, defense and special teams - which are outlined on the following
pages.

COACH JAURON RISES UP WIN CHART
    Head Coach Dick Jauron has won 21 games as the Bills’ head coach. He sits in fifth place for the most wins
among Buffalo Bills head coaches. Below is a list of the Bills head coaches with the most wins in team history:

COACH                WINS           YEARS COACHED
Marv Levy             112           1986-97
Lou Saban             68            1962-65, 1972-76
Chuck Knox            37            1978-82
Wade Phillips         29            1998-2000
Dick Jauron            21           2006 -

COACH JAURON’S RECORD WHEN ...
     Bills Head Coach Dick Jauron is entering his ninth season as an NFL head coach. His total overall record is 57-76
(.429). Coach Jauron coached five seasons with the Chicago Bears and is in his fourth with the Buffalo Bills.
      Below is a list of his record when his teams reach certain statistical marks:

RUSHING OFFENSE
• 33-29 ... when team rushes for 100 yards or more
• 4-0 ... when team rushes for 200 yards or more                             BILLS COACHES IN FOURTH SEASON
• 11-10 .. with a 100-yard rusher in game
• 1-0 ... with two 100-yard rushers in game
TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                   Coach Jauron enters his fourth season with the
• 25-22 ... when team gains 300-plus yards of offense                    team in 2009. Below is a chart of Bills head coaches and
• 12-6 ... when team gains 400 or more yards of offense                  their records in their fourth season with the franchise. Two
• 1-0 ... when team gains 500 or more yards of offense                   coaches have claimed division titles in their fourth season.
PASSING OFFENSE
• 13-8 ... with a 100-yard receiver in game                              COACH         SEASON RECORD
• 3-2 ... with two 100-yard receivers in game                            Lou Saban       1965     10-3-1 (1st AFL East, AFL Champions)
• 4-2 ... with a 300-yard passer in game                                 Chuck Knox      1981     10-6-0 (3rd AFC East
• 0-1 ... with a 400-yard passer in game                                 Marv Levy       1990     13-3-0 (1st AFC East/AFC Champions)
TURNOVERS
• 33-17 ... when team wins turnover battle
DEFENSE
• 27-16 ... when team allows 300 yards of offense or less
• 31-25 ... when team allows 100 yards rushing or less

    HEAD COACHES WITH PLAYING EXPERIENCE                                              SANDERS ARRIVES IN BUFFALO

        Head Coach Dick Jauron is one of 10 current head                         The Buffalo Bills named Bob Sanders the team’s
coaches who has playing experience in the NFL.                           defensive line coach in January of 2009.
      Jauron was a fourth round draft pick by the Detroit Lions in              Sanders brings 33 years of coaching experience to
1973 and spent his first five seasons with Detroit. As a rookie free
                                                                         the franchise after serving on the Green Bay Packers staff
safety in 1974, Jauron was selected to the Pro Bowl and led the
NFC in punt return average (16.8).                                       for four seasons (2005-08), the last three as defensive
      Jauron played with the Lions from 1973-77 and with the             coordinator while coaching the defensive ends in 2005.
Bengals from 1978-81.                                                           Sanders’ defensive unit led the NFL in 2008 with six
                                                                         interceptions returned for touchdowns and tied for the NFC
COACH (Team)                        YEARS PLAYED IN NFL                  lead with 22 picks.
Mike Singletary (San Francisco)             12                                  His Packers defense in 2007 posted a ranking of
Jack Del Rio (Jacksonville)                 11                           third in the NFL in third-down defense.
Jim Zorn (Washington)                       11                                  In 2006, the Packers recorded an NFC-best 46 sacks
Herman Edwards (Kansas City)                10                           while earning a fifth-best overall ranking in the NFC.
Gary Kubiak (Houston)                        9
                                                                                Under Sanders’ tutelage in 2005, Packers DE Aaron
Ken Whisenhunt (Arizona)                     9
Dick Jauron (Buffalo)                        8                           Kampman recorded a then career-best 6.5 sacks and at
Jeff Fisher (Tennessee)                      5                           the time the second-most tackles (105) by a Green Bay
Sean Payton (New Orleans)                    1                           defensive lineman ever recorded.
Tom Cable (Oakland)                          1                                  Prior to Green Bay, Sanders was the Miami Dolphins’
                                                                         linebackers coach from 2001-04.


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         BILLS IN NFL RANKINGS - OFFENSE                                    BILLS IN NFL RANKINGS - SPECIAL TEAMS


•        The Bills rushing average/carry has improved each             •     The Bills punt return unit has ranked in the top five in
         year from 2006-2008. The team’s NFL ranking of 16th                 the NFL in PR avg. in each of the past five season.
         in 2008 marked the team’s highest in the NFL since                  Buffalo is the only team in the NFL to have ranked in
         2001.                                                               the top five in PR avg. in each of the last five years
                                                                             and became the first team to have ranked first in
•        Rushing Yards/Game has improved each year from                      back-to-back seasons since Washington (1994-95). If
         2006-2008. The offense’s NFL ranking of 14th in 2008                the Bills maintain their number one ranking in 2009,
         is the highest for the team since 2004.                             they will be the first team to reach the feat in NFL his-
                                                                             tory and the first in professional football since Detroit
            BILLS RUSHING YARDS/GAME 2004-2008                               (1943-45).
YEAR                 RUSH YARDS/GAME          NFL RANK
2004                 117.1                    13                                    BILLS IN NFL PR RANKINGS 2004-08
2005                 100.4                    20                                 YEAR           PR-Yards      PR Avg. NFL Rank
2006                 97.0                     27                                 2004           46-491        10.7    5
2007                 112.5                    15                                 2005           38-279        10.0    5
2008                 115.1                    14                                 2006           39-422        10.8    5
                                                                                 2007           31-476        15.4    1
                                                                                 2008           30-464        15.5    1
         BILLS IN NFL RANKINGS - DEFENSE
                                                                       •     With a 12.3 yards per return average from 2004-08,
    •     The Bills held their opponents to a 41.8 touchdown                 the Bills rank top in the NFL.
         efficiency ranking in 2008 when entering the red zone.
         The defense has improved each year since the 2006                            NFL PR AVG LEADERS SINCE 2004
         season in TD efficiency in the red zone.                                 RK. TEAM             PR-Yards             PR Avg.
                                                                                 1. Buffalo           51-2,132             12.3
                                                                                 2. Chicago           61-2,446             10.9
            BILLS RED ZONE TD EFFICIENCY 2006-2008
                                                                                 3. Cleveland         58-1,832             10.8
YEAR               TD Effic.      RZ TDs Allowed RZ Drive
2006               53.3          24            45
2007               44.6          25            56                      •     Kick Return Average/Defensive improved from 17th in
2008               41.8          23            55                            the NFL in 2007 to 2nd in the league in 2008, the Bills’
                                                                             highest ranking since 2004.
•        Total Yards/Game Allowed improved from 31st in the
         NFL in 2007 to 14th during the 2008 season, marking               BILLS IN NFL OPP. PR AVG. AGAINST RANKINGS 2004-08
                                                                                 YEAR OPP KR-Yards KR Avg. NFL Rank
         the team’s highest ranking in the league since 2004.
                                                                                 2004    77-1,406      18.3   2
                                                                                 2005    64-1,308      20.4   4
•        First Downs/Game Allowed improved from 24th in                          2006    60-1,279      21.3   10
         2007 in the NFL to tying for 12th-best in 2008, the                     2007    56-1,150      20.5   5
         team’s highest ranking since 2004.                                      2008    63-1,247      19.8   2

•        Third-Down Efficiency improved from 28th in 2007               •     The Bills have notched five return touchdowns in each
         in the NFL to 9th in the league in 2008, marking the                of the past three seasons since 2006. Buffalo is one
         team’s highest NFL ranking since 1999.                              of seven NFL teams to have totaled 15 or more return
                                                                             touchdowns since 2006 and are tied with San Diego
        EDWARDS AMONG BILLS THIRD-YEAR QBS                                   for the sixth-most in the three-year time span.

                                                                       •     Kick Return Average has improved from 28th to 7th in
          Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards is enter-
ing his third year as the team’s signal-caller.                              the league from 2007-2008.
          Edwards will join the list of Bills QBs in their third
season once the 2009 schedule kicks off on Monday Night                •     Net Punting Average has ranked in the top 10 in the
football in New England on September 14.                                     NFL every season since 2005. Only Buffalo and San
          Below is a look at the performances of Bills QBs in                Diego haveheld the standing in the top 10 in the NFL
their third season with the team:                                            in NPA each year since ’05.

                  BILLS QBs IN THEIR THIRD SEASON
QB-YEAR                GS/GP CMP/ATT     CMP % TDS-INTs
JP Losman - 2006       16/16 268-429     62.5   19-4
Todd Collins - 1997    13/14 215-391     55.0    12-13
Jim Kelly - 1988       16/16 269-452     59.5   15-17
Joe Ferguson -1974     14/14 169-321     52.6   25-17
Dennis Shaw - 1972     13/14 136-258     52.7   14-17
Daryle Lamonica -1965 1/14 29-70         41.4   3-6


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     BILLS OFFENSE HIGHLIGHTS - SCORING                                 BILLS OFFENSE HIGHLIGHTS - RUSHING

    SCORING                                                            RUSHING
•     Buffalo’s offense generated 226 points in the red zone       •     Buffalo’s offense generated 1,842 net rushing yards in
      in 2008, marking an 83 point improvement from 2007                 2008, marking the team’s highest total since 2004. The
      and the team’s highest total since 2004.                           Bills topped 1,800 net rushing yards in back-to-back
                                                                         seasons (2007-08) for the first time since the 1999-
YEAR              RZ Points       RZ TDs          RZ FGs                 2000 seasons.
2006              150             15              15
2007              143             13              17               •     Average Rushing Yards/Game of 115.1 in 2008
2008              226             25              17                     marked the highest tally since 2004.

                                                                   •     Rushing First Downs of 107 in 2008 marked the high-
                                                                         est in team history since 2000. Rushing first downs
•     The Bills offense produced 52 red zone drives in 2008,             have improved from 82 to 107 during the 2006-2008
      the highest since 2006.                                            seasons.

          YEAR            RZ Drives        RZ Scores               •     Buffalo’s ground game doubled their rushing TDs in
          2006            35               30                            2008 by reaching 16, the team’s highest total since
          2007            34               30                            2002.
          2008            52               42

•     The Bills posted 35 touchdowns on offense in 2008,                 BILLS OFFENSE HIGHLIGHTS - PASSING
      the team’s highest total since 2004.
                                                                       PASSING
•     Total Points of 336 in 2008 marked the club’s highest        •     Completion Percentage of 64.5 in 2008 marked the
      total since 2004.                                                  highest efficiency mark in franchise history for a
                                                                         single-season.
•     Fourth Quarter Points of 104 in 2008 was the fran-
      chise’s highest mark since 2004.                             •     Net Passing Yards of 3,040 in 2008 was the highest
                                                                         total since 2002.
•     With 113 second quarter points scored in 2008, Buffalo
      reached it’s highest amount in that stanza since 2002.       •     Net Passing Yards/Game of 190.0 was the highest
                                                                         average since 2002.

      BILLS OFFENSE HIGHLIGHTS - OFF. TOTALS                       •     Passing First Downs totaled 167 in 2008, marking the
                                                                         highest total in Bills history since 2002. From 2006-
                                                                         08, first downs have jumped from 132 to 167 for the
    OFFENSE TOTALS                                                       team’s offense.
•     Total Net Yards total of 4,882 yards was the highest
      total since 2002, and has improved each season from
      2006-08.                                                                  BILLS DEFENSE HIGHLIGHTS
•     Total Net Yards/Game has improved each season                    DEFENSE
      under Head Coach Dick Jauron to 305.1 yards in               •     Defensive ranking of 14th in the NFL in 2008 was the
      2008, marking the highest for the team since the 2002              team’s highest since 2004, improving from 31st to 14th
      season.                                                            since 2007.
•     Since 2006, the Bills have improved each season in           •     The Bills held their opponents to only 73 third-down
      first downs – producing 287 in 2008, the highest under              conversions in 2008, the lowest total since 1999.
      Head Coach Dick Jauron.
                                                                   •     Buffalo held opponents to a third-down conversion
•     Buffalo’s offense averaged 5.1 yards per play in 2008,             percentage of 36.1 in 2008, the team’s best mark
      the highest posting since 2002.                                    since 2004.
•     Gross Yards of 3,302 in 2008 was the highest total           •     Buffalo allowed just 14 passing touchdowns in 2008,
      since 2002.                                                        the lowest total since 1999.
•     Buffalo’s Time of Possession average of 30:04 in 2008
      marked the highest since 2004.                               •     The Bills allowed 34 touchdowns on defense last year,
                                                                         the club’s lowest total since 2004.
•     Third Down Percentage of 39.9 during the 2008 sea-
      son marked the highest conversion rate since 2002            •     Net Rushing Yards in 2008 (1,604) was the lowest
      and has improved each year from 2006-08.                           total allowed since 2004 and has improved each year
                                                                           since 2006.

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         SCHONERT TO COORDINATOR                                              GROSS YARDS PER PASS ATTEMPT

       Offensive coordinator Turk Schonert is heading in                       Turk Schonert set a goal for the Buffalo Bills quar-
to his second season leading the Bills offense as a                     terbacks to average 8.0 yards per attempt in 2008. The
coodinator.                                                             Buffalo Bills passing offense accounted for 6.89 yards per
      In 2008, Schonert’s quarterbacks connected on 309-                pass attempt on the year.
of-479 passes for a completion percentage of 65.1 - the                       The 6.89 average ranks 17th in the NFL in 2008 and
highest mark in the Bills’ 49-year history - and the eighth             ninth in the AFC. Below is a list of the top averages in the
best in the NFL in 2008.                                                conference last year.
      Below is a look at some of the team’s top offensive
rankings from the 2008 season:                                          RK.   TEAM                              YARDS PER ATT.
                                                                        1.    San Diego Chargers                8.39
NFL RANKINGS                                                            2.    Houston Texans                    8.06
•   Pct. of 1st down plays for 4+ yards: 2nd, 51.3                      3.    Miami Dolphins                    7.66
•   Completion percentage: 8th, 64.5 (6th in AFC)                       4.    Denver Broncos                    7.33
•   First down yds/play: 10th, 5.73 (5th in AFC)                        5.    Indianapolis Colts                7.15
                                                                        6.    Pittsburgh Steelers               7.13
                                                                        7.    Baltimore Ravens                  7.12
      Schonert was promoted to his new post in Janu-
                                                                        8.    New England Patriots              7.10
ary 2008 after spending the previous two seasons as the                 9.    Buffalo Bills                     6.89
team’s quarterbacks coach. The former Cincinnati Ben-                   10.   Jacksonville Jaguars              6.74
gals quarterback is entering his 14th season as an NFL
coach and seventh overall season with the Buffalo Bills.
        He began his career as a quarterbacks coach in                               SPREADING THE SCORING
 Tampa Bay under Sam Wyche in 1992.

    TIME OF POSSESSION ADVANTAGE                                              Rookie WR Steve Johnson became the 10th differ-
                                                                        ent player on the Buffalo Bills to post a touchdown catch
        Since the current coaching staff took over in 2006, the         with his first career touchdown against New York Jets in
Bills have held the advantage in time of possession in 20 of the        Week 15.
team’s 45 games. The Bills are 14-6 in those games, including                 Below is a chart of the teams with the most players
nine games in 2008 in which the Bills were 6-3.                         to have one or more TD receptions in 2008:
       Below is a look at the TOP numbers from the 2008 games:

TOP              SCORE, OPPONENT
                                                                        RK. TEAM                        PLAYERS w/ TD CATCH
31:19-28:41      Bills 34, Seahawks 10 - 9/7/08                         T1. New Orleans                         11
31:14-28:46      Bills 20, Jaguars 16 - 9/14/08                             Philadelphia                        11
34:27-25:33      Bills 24, Raiders 23 - 9/21/08                         T3. Buffalo                             10
31:28-28:32      Bills 31, Rams 14 - 9/28/08                                Green Bay                           10
35:29-24:31      Bills 23, Chargers 14 - 10/19/08
30:04-29:56      Jets 26, Bills 17 - 11/2/08
                                                                        T5. Denver                               9
33:12-26:48      Browns 29, Bills 27 - 11/17/08                             Jacksonville                         9
35:37-24:23      Bills 54, Chiefs 31 - 11/23/08                             Miami                                9
30:30 - 29:30    49ers 10, Bills 3 - 11/30/08                               NY Giants                            9
                                                                            San Diego                            9

                    NFL OFFENSIVE COORDINATORS IN FIRST SEASON WITH TEAM

      Turk Schonert finished his first year as an offensive coordinator in the NFL after coaching quarterbacks for 12 sea-
sons and playing the position in the NFL for 10 seasons. Buffalo was one of 11 NFL teams to hire new offensive coordi-
nators in 2008. Below is a chart of the offensive production for those teams with new coordinators:

Name                Team         Rec. TDs Rush TDs Pass TDs        Pts Total Yards      Pass Yards Rush Yards 1st Downs       TOP
Cam Cameron         Baltimore    11-5 42     20       16           385    5184             2808       2376        300         33:10
Turk Schonert*      Buffalo       7-9 35     16       14           336    4882             3040       1842        287         30:04
Kyle Shanahan*      Houston       8-8 40     16       21           366    6113             4267       1846        340         31:57
Chan Gailey         Kansas City 2-14 35       9       23           291    4939             3129       1810        273         27:56
Dan Henning         Miami        11-5 40     18       20           345    5529             3632       1897        308         31:03
Mike Heimerdinger   Tennessee    13-3 41     24       13           375    5018             2819       2199        268         29:09
Mike Mularkey       Atlanta      11-5 43     23       16           391    5779             3336       2443        313         30:49
Jim Colletto*       Detroit      0-16 29     10       18           268    4292             2960       1332        234         26:59
Mike Martz          San Francisco 7-9 36     10       21           339    4978             3379       1599        287         29:22
Al Saunders         St. Louis    2-14 20      8       11           232    4596             2947       1649        249         29:32
Sherman Smith*      Washington 8-8 27        12       14           265    5120             3025       2095        295         31:31

* - First season as an NFL offensive coordinator; Bold = Leader in the category


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                                      APRIL FIRES UP SPECIAL TEAMS

     Bobby April is entering his sixth season as the Bills Special Teams Coordinator and is tied for 7th in the NFL as one
of the longest tenured current Special Teams coaches in the league.
     Since joining the Bills as Special Teams Coordinator in 2004, his unit has finished first in three of his six seasons in
the NFL according to the Dallas Morning News’ Rick Gosselin’s rankings.
     Below is a chart of the longest tenured special teams coaches with their current team and their ranking in Gosselin’s
analysis since 2004:

YEARS           ST COACH                 TEAM                               2008     2007    2006     2005    2004
11              Alan Lowry               Tennessee Titans                   2        12      2        5       26
9               Mike Westhoff            New York Jets                      14       13      4        25      13
8               Richard Bisaccia         Tampa Bay Buccaneers               9        7t      21       20      24
8               Steve Crosby             San Diego Chargers                 10t      2       9        22      19
8               Joe Marciano             Houston Texans                     21       4t      29       3       29
7               Darrin Simmons           Cincinnati Bengals                 24       22      10t      16      7
6               Bobby April              Buffalo Bills                      1        4t      3        1       1
6               Ted Daisher              Philadelphia Eagles                12t      28      28       23      4

             SPECIAL TEAMS IN 2008                                       APRIL’S UNITS OVER THE YEARS

       April’s special teams forces have produced game-                   Below is a look at the top NFL rankings of April’s
changing plays. Since the 2004 season, Buffalo has                special teams forces from 2004-07:
returned six kickoffs and five punts for touchdowns, which
combine as the second-most return TDs from 2004-2008.             **2007**
      Below are highlights from the game-changing abili-          Punt return average: 1st in NFL - 15.35, set team record
ties of April’s special teams unit during the 2008 season:        Opposing punt return average: 1st in NFL - 5.3
                                                                  Longest active game streak with punts inside the 20:
•  WR/PR Roscoe Parrish brought back a 63-yard punt               1st in NFL – 21, held by Brian Moorman
   return to the endzone, P Brian Moorman tossed a 19-
   yard touchdown pass to DE Ryan Denney on a fake                **2006**
   field goal play, K Rian Lindell added two field goals            Net punting average: 2nd in NFL – 39.2
   (35 and 38 yards) to amass 20 special teams points             Punt return average: 5th in NFL – 10.8
   - Week 1 vs. SEA
• CB/KR Leodis McKelvin returned a kick 98 yards for a            **2005**
   touchdown and was part of a return game that totaled           Kickoff return average: 1st in NFL - 26.6
   246 kick return yards - the second most in team his-           Average Drive Start: 1st in NFL - 34.8
   tory and highest in a home game - Week 11 vs. CLE              Gross punting average: 1st in NFL - 45. 7
• McKelvin posted 67 kick return yards on two returns             Net punting average: 1st in NFL - 39.1
   and K Rian Lindell scored career-best of 18 points,            Opposing kickoff return average: 4th in NFL - 20.4
   converting four field goals and six PATs - Week 12 at           Other Notes:
   KC                                                             • Unit finished No. 1 in Dallas Morning News overall
        Below is a look at the top NFL rankings of April’s            Special Teams rankings; first team to finish in first
special teams forces:                                                 place in consecutive seasons.

TOP NFL RANKINGS WITH APRIL AS SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR          **2004**
2008                                                              Kick return average: 2nd in NFL - 24.5
Average Drive Start: 1st in NFL, 32.6                             Opposing kick return average: 2nd in NFL - 18.3
Kick return avg.: 2nd in NFL - 24.9                               Opposing net punting average: 2nd in NFL - 8.5
Punt return average: 2nd in NFL - 13.5                            Punt return average: 5th in NFL - 10.7
Opp. Kick return avg.: 2nd in NFL, 19.8                           Other Notes:
Most punt return yards in an AFC Game: 120, Parrish vs.           • Unit finished No. 1 in Dallas Morning News overall
SEA (9/7)                                                             Special Teams rankings.
Other Notes:                                                      • Special teams unit tied an NFL return touchdown
• Unit finished No. 1 in Dallas Morning News overall                   record with 5. It marked the first since 1959 it occurred
    Special Teams rankings.                                           and only the fifth time in history.
• Peter King’s Monday Morning Quarterback column                  • Voted NFL Special Teams Coach of the Year
    selected PR Roscoe Parrish as NFL Special Teams               • April selected as the Peter King MMQB ST Coach of the
    Player of the week. Parrish was also named the                    Year
    AFC’s Special Teams Player of the Week in week one.




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                                         FEWELL POWERS DEFENSE

      Perry Fewell is in his fourth season as the Bills’ Defensive Coordinator.
     Since the arrival of Fewell and his defensive staff, the team’s philosophy has centered around forcing turnovers,
stopping teams on third downs and keeping opponents out of the endzone. The defense has been solid on all fronts
through the 2008 season.
     The defense posted 18 turnovers last year - including a fumble recovery vs. San Francisco in Week 13. In Week 12
at Kansas City, the defense accounted for three fumble recoveries and two interceptions.
     The Bills ranked ninth in the NFL (4th in AFC) in third-down defense with a 35.9 conversion percentage in 2008.
     Buffalo’s red zone defense improved in 2008 as the defense finished the year ranked fourth in the NFL with a 41.8
touchdown percentage.

STATISTICAL LEADERS FOR DEFENDERS COACHED BY FEWELL
Pro Bowl selections: Aaron Schobel (2007 and 2008)
Most interceptions: 4 – London Fletcher-Baker (2006), Terrence McGee (2007)
Most tackles: 157 – London Fletcher-Baker (2006)
Most sacks: 14 – Aaron Schobel (2006)
Most passes defensed: 26 – Nate Clements (2006)
Most forced fumbles: 5 – Aaron Schobel (2007)
Most defensive touchdowns: 2 – London Fletcher-Baker (2006), George Wilson (2007), Jabari Greer (2008)
Most safeties: 1 – Angelo Crowell and Chris Kelsay (2007)

        FEWELL’S D IN THE RANKINGS                                         BILLS RUSHING DEFENSE

TOP RANKINGS AS BILLS DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR                           The Bills are 10-6 since 2006 when holding the opposing
                                                               team to less than 100 yards on the ground.
                                                                     Below is a look at the lowest rushing totals allowed since
2008                                                           the start of the 2006 season:
NFL RANKINGS
Defense inside the 20: 4th, 42.9%                              YDS Allowed      AVG      OPP, DATE             RESULT
Third down efficiency: 9th, 35.9%                               92               4.6      @MIA, 9/17/06         W, 16-6
                                                               74               3.1      NYJ, 9/24/06          L, 28-20
AFC RANKINGS                                                   63               3.9      MIN, 10/1/06          W, 17-12
Total defense: 4th, 313.2                                      94               3.5      NE, 10/22/06          L, 28-6
Yards per pass play: 5th, 6.13                                 60               3.2      NYJ, 9/30/07          W, 17-14
Yards per play: 5th, 5.17                                      76               3.5      DAL, 10/8/07          L, 25-24
                                                               28               1.6      CIN, 11/4/07          W, 33-21
                                                               65               3.1      MIA, 12/9/07          W, 38-17
**2007**                                                       80               2.7      @WAS, 12/2/07         W, 17-14
Safeties: 2, tied for 1st in NFL                               85               4.0      SEA, 9/7/08           W, 34-10
Defense inside the 20: 44.6 TD%, 4th in NFL                    98               3.6      @ JAX, 9/14/08        W, 20-16
Takeaway-giveaways: +9, tied for 6th in NFL                    98               3.3      OAK, 9/21/08          W, 24-23
Interceptions returned for TDs: 2, tied for 7th in NFL         72               4.2      SD, 10/19/08          W, 24-13
                                                               52               1.9      @MIA, 10/26/08        L, 25-16
Fewest TD passes allowed: 19, tied for 8th in NFL              96               3.8      NYJ, 11/2/08          L, 26-17
Interceptions: 18, tied for 10th in NFL                        62               2.1      SF, 11/30/08          L, 10-3

**2006**                                                                AFC’S THIRD DOWN DEFENSE
Points per takeaway average: 3.92, 2nd in NFL
Percentage of TOs converted to TDs: 54.2, 2nd in NFL
                                                                      The Bills allowed just 73 third-down conversions
Defensive touchdowns: 4, 6th in NFL
                                                               in 2008 to rank tied as the fourth fewest in the NFL. The
Passing net yards per game: 188.7, 7th in NFL                  defense held their opponents to a third-down conversion
Total sacks: 40, tied for 8th in NFL                           rate of 36.1 percent. The Bills finished fourth in the AFC in
Points per game: 19.4, 10th in NFL                             2008 in opponent third-down percentage.
Sacks per pass play: 7.8, 10th in NFL
                                                               RK.   TEAM                        OPP. 3rd DOWN %
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 for updated team information including the                    3.    Tennessee Titans            35.0
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               tion and more.

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             BILLS TORONTO SERIES                                                 BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW ...

        The Buffalo Bills will
host the New York Jets                                                •   LB Marcus Buggs’ parents own Cal’s, a soul food
in a primetime contest on                                                 restaurant north of Nashville, TN.
Thursday Night Football                                               •   OL Brad Butler visited troops in Afghanistan along
on December 3, 2009. The                                                  with members of the Buffalo Jills during a 10-day tour
game will mark the third                                              •   Butler and QB Trent Edwards participated in the
contest as part of the Bills                                              NFL Business Management and Entrepreneurial
Toronto Series which began                                                Program at the Stanford Business School in 2009.
in 2008.                                                                  DE Ryan Denney took part in the NFL program at
       On December 7, 2008,                                               the Wharton School of Business at the University of
the Bills hosted the Miami                                                Pennsylvania.
Dolphins at Rogers Centre in the first regular season NFL              •   LB Jon Corto is part owner of a cinema and audio
game played in Canada. Buffalo lost the game 16-3.                        installation company called CW Cinema and Sound
       On August 14, 2008, Buffalo opened the Bills Toronto               based in Hamburg, NY.
Series with a 24-21 victory over Pittsburgh.                          •   Three members of the Buffalo Bills - defensive ends
       The Bills Toronto Series will feature six more games               Ryan Denney and Aaron Schobel and linebacker
- a regular season game each year (2009-2012) and pre-                    Keith Ellison - all have brothers playing in the NFL.
season games in 2010 and 2012.                                            Denney’s brother John is a long snapper with the
       “We are very pleased to be the first franchise in NFL               Miami Dolphins and Schobel’s brother Matt plays tight
history to split our schedule between our domestic home                   end for the Philadelphia Eagles. Ellison’s brother Keith
city of Buffalo, New York and our neighboring international               is a rookie safety with the San Diego Chargers.
city, Toronto, Ontario,” Bills owner Ralph Wilson com-                •   QB Trent Edwards is good friends with Boston Red
mented. “The population growth in Toronto, the passion                    Sox shortstop Jed Lowrie. Both Edwards and Lowrie
the Canadian fans have shown for the Buffalo Bills and                    attended Stanford together.
the vision of Ted Rogers and Larry Tanenbaum have made                •   WR Lee Evans is an avid bowler and participated in
this possible.”                                                           the Professional Bowlers Association’s Pro-Am during
        Phil Lind, Vice Chairman of Rogers Communica-                     the Etonic Championships in Buffalo from 2006-08.
tions Inc. added, “This is like a dream come true. Playing                His career-high is 279.
a season’s worth of games in the Rogers Centre will make              •   QB Gibran Hamdan was one of 24 players who took
for incredibly exciting football. Canadians love NFL foot-                part in the 2009 Broadcasting Boot Camp. Hamdan
ball and this series will let Canadians see the games live in             spent time at NFL Films headquarters in Mt. Laurel,
Toronto.”                                                                 NJ during the off-season breaking down film with ana-
       The Bills have set the standard around the league                  lysts and taking part in on-camera positions.
for the regionalization of their franchise, dating back to the        •   WR Terrell Owens won a celebrity slam dunk compe-
relocation of training camp to Rochester, New York and                    tition at the 2000 NBA All-Star Game in Oakland.
continuing through this announcement.                                 •   LB Paul Posluszny visited US military troops over-
                                                                          seas throughout the Middle East in 2008 and joined
     Below is a look at the five Bills games played in                     troops stationed in Iraq to watch Super Bowl XLII.
Toronto:                                                              •   S George Wilson enjoys cooking. Wilson participated
                                                                          in the Jock Chef segment for ESPN Magazine. The
•   Dec. 7, 2008 - Miami 16, Buffalo 13 - Bills Toronto                   video is available at the following link - http://sports.
    Series                                                                espn.go.com/espnmag/story?id=3583966
•   Aug. 14, 2008 - Buffalo 24, Pittsburgh 21 - Bills To-             •   CB Ashton Youboty is one of three players in the
    ronto Series                                                          NFL from Liberia.
•   Aug. 16, 1997 - Green Bay 35, Buffalo 3 – American
    Bowl                                                              Five Buffalo Bills have brothers playing Division I football
•   Aug. 12, 1995 - Buffalo 9, Dallas 7 – American Bowl               at schools across the country:
•   Aug. 8, 1961 - Hamilton (CFL) 38, Buffalo 21                      • DE Ryan Denney - Brett Denney is a senior defensive
                                                                          lineman for BYU; posted career high 37 tackles as a
                                                                          junior.
                                                                      • LB Paul Posluszny - David Posluszny is a sopho-
       NOT-SO FREQUENT FLYER MILES                                        more linebacker for Notre Dame.
                                                                      • S Donte Whitner - Lindsey Witten is a junior defen-
                                                                          sive end at Connecticut; Played in 25 games with six
       Based on the 2009 preseason and regular                            starts in his first two years with the Huskies; Posted
season schedule, the Buffalo Bills will rack up the                       5.5 sacks in his career:
sixth fewest miles among all 32 teams when traveling                  • CB Ashton Youboty - John Youboty is a sophomore
on the road.                                                              defensive end for Marshall University; Yousif Youboty
                                                                          plays at Minnesota State.
       Buffalo will rack up a combined total of 13,532                • TE Jonathan Stupar - Nathan Stupar is a sophomore
air miles in 2009.                                                        linebacker at Penn State.


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       EDWARDS ENTERS THIRD SEASON                                                     MORE EDWARDS ...

         The 2009 season will mark the third year for Bills           EDWARDS WITH A 80.0 PASSER RATING
quarterback Trent Edwards.                                                  Edwards posted a passer rating of 104.2 in Week
         Below is a look at Edwards’ rankings and high-               16’s victory over Denver. He completed 17 of 25 passes
lights throughout his two years in the NFL:                           for 193 yards and one touchdown.
                                                                            When Edwards posts a passer rating above 80.0
EDWARDS IN HIS SECOND SEASON                                          (min. 20 pass att.) the Bills are 10-0. Below is a list of
      Second-year quarterback Trent Edwards completed                 Edwards’ games with a passer rating above 80.0.
245 of 374 passes for 2,699 yards, 11 touchdowns and 10
interceptions in 2008 for a QB rating of 85.4.                        GAME                   CMP-AT-YDS       TD/INT       RTG
      Below is a look at where he finished among the top
                                                                      9/30/07 vs. NYJ        22-28-234        1/1          98.5
quarterbacks in the NFL last season:
                                                                      12/2/07 at WAS         22-36-257        0/0          82.8
NFL RANKINGS                                                          12/9/07 vs. MIA        11-23-165        4/0          111.4
•     Fourth quarter passer rating: 3rd, 106.3                        9/7/08 vs. SEA         19-30-215        1/0          95.8
•     Completion percentage: 6th, 65.5                                9/14/08 at JAX         20-25-239        1/0          119.8
•     Percent of passes for 1st downs: 10th, 35.3                     9/21/08 vs. OAK        24-39-279        1/1          81.0
                                                                      9/28/08 at. STL        15-25-197        1/1          81.6
EDWARDS’ SEASON COMPLETION % SECOND IN TEAM HISTORY                   10/19/08 vs. SD        25-30-261        1/0          114.0
     Edwards completed 245 of 374 passes in 14 games                  11/23/08 at KC         24-32-273        2/0          121.0
played in 2008. His 65.51 completion percentage ranks as              12/21/08 at DEN        17-25-193        1/0          104.2
the second best in team history for a season.
                                                                      LOWEST INTERCEPTION % AMONG BILLS QBS
     Below is a look at the best single-season completion                  Edwards has thrown 18 interceptions in 643 career
percentages in team history.                                          pass attempts for a 2.80 interception percentage. Ed-
                                                                      wards’ percentage ranks second all-time in team history.
RK.   QB, SEASON                % (COMP-ATT)                          Below is a list of the Bills quarterbacks with the lowest int.
1.    Kelly Holcomb, 2005       67.39 (155-230)                       percentages.
2.    Trent Edwards, 2008       65.51 (245-374)
3.    Jim Kelly, 1991           64.14 (304-474)
4.    Jim Kelly, 1994           63.61 (285-448)                       INT %   QUARTERBACK (Attempts - INTs)
5.    JP Losman, 2007           62.78 (111-175)
                                                                      2.56    Rob Johnson (663 - 17)
                                                                      2.80    Trent Edwards (618 - 18)
EDWARDS’ CAREER COMPLETION % TOPS IN TEAM HISTORY
      Trent Edwards’ career completion percentage now                 2.81    Drew Beldsoe (1,531 - 43)
sits at 61.60%. His career completion percentage is the               2.82    Doug Flutie (1,063 - 30)
best in team history (min. 250 attempts).                              3.18   Frank Reich (377 - 12)
      Below is a look at the Bills quarterbacks with the best
career completion percentages in team history.                                      EDWARDS’ 2008 NOTES
RK.   QB, SEASONS               % (COMP-ATT)
1.    Trent Edwards, 2007 -     61.60 (396-643)                       •    Became the sixth second-year quarterback to
2.    Rob Johnson, 1998-01      60.48 (401-663)                           lead his team to a 4-0 record to start a season.
3.    Jim Kelly, 1986-96        60.13 (2,874-4,780)
4.    JP Losman, 2004-08        59.30 (558-941)
                                                                      •   In Week Seven vs. San Diego, posted a 83.33
5.    Drew Bledsoe, 2002-04     59.11 (905-1,531)                         completion rate on 25 of 30 passing to mark the
                                                                          most accurate day for a Bills QB in team history.
EDWARDS’ FOURTH QUARTER MAGIC                                         •   Threw for a career-high 289 yards vs. NY Jets in
     Edwards led Buffalo to four fourth quarter comebacks                 Week Nine, on 24-of-35 passing with one touch-
in 2008 and set a new team record for a Bills quarterback.                down.
     Edwards finished third in the NFL in fourth quarter
passer rating, completing 62 of 94 passes for 832 yards
                                                                      •   Completed 24 of 32 passes for 273 yards and
and six touchdowns in the final stanza.                                    two touchdowns for a career-high QB rating of
     Below is a list of the league leaders in fourth quarter              121.0 at Kansas City in Week 12. Rushed for two
passing.                                                                  touchdowns in the game and became the first
                                                                          Bills QB since Jack Kemp (10/30/1966) to accom-
RK.   QB, TEAM      ATT       COMP   YDS     TD   INT   RATING            plish the feat.
1.    Romo, DAL     109       69     946     9    1     114.7         •   Orchestrated four fourth quarter comebacks on
3.    Rivers, SD    141       90     1,148   12   2     111.7
3.    Edwards, BUF 94         62     832     6    2     106.3             the year, setting a new season record for a Bills
4.    Hill, SF      106       69     784     7    2     101.3             QB.
5.    Delhomme, CAR 98        65     811     3    1     97.8          •   Currently has streak of 123 pass attempts without
                                                                          an interception, eighth-best streak in team history

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       EVANS THROUGH FIVE SEASONS                                                EVANS ON THE CHARTS ...

       WR Lee Evans has posted 4,744 receiving yards,                 STREAKING EVANS - LONGEST ACTIVE START STREAK FOR WRS
296 receptions and 32 touchdowns through his first five                      Evans is also one of the most durable wide receiv-
seasons with the Buffalo Bills (2004-2008).                          ers in the game. He has started 42 consecutive regular
      Evans’ receiving yardage total is the most of any Bills        season games for the second-longest active streak in the
receiver through his first five seasons with the team. His             NFL.
touchdown total is tied for the most in the first five sea-                  Below is a list of the longest active consecutive start
sons. His 296 receptions rank second.                                streaks among NFL wide receivers.
      Below is a look at where Evans ranks through the
first five seasons with the Bills:                                     Reggie Wayne, Ind             97
                                                                     Lee Evans, Buf                42
MOST REC. YARDS, FIRST 5 SEASONS W/ BILLS:                           Derrick Mason, Bal            39
1. Lee Evans      4,744                                              Vincent Jackson, SD           36
2. Andre Reed     4,408                                              Braylon Edwards, Cle          33
3. Eric Moulds    4,261
                                                                           Evans has also played in all 80 games through his
MOST RECEIVING TDs, FIRST 5 SEASONS W/ BILLS:                        first five seasons in the NFL. He is one of four wide re-
T1. Lee Evans       32                                               ceivers in the league to appear in 80 or more consecutive
    Elbert Dubenion 32                                               games among active players.
2. Andre Reed       31                                                     Below is a list of the longest active consecutive
3. Eric Moulds      23                                               games played streaks among NFL wide receivers.

MOST RECEPTIONS, FIRST 5 SEASONS W/ BILLS:                           Reggie Wayne, Ind       118
1. Andre Reed    317                                                 Derrick Mason, Bal      106
2. Lee Evans     296                                                 Kevin Walter, Hou       91
3. Eric Moulds   275                                                 Lee Evans, Buf          80
                                                                     Wes Welker, Mia-NE      78
           EVANS IN RARE COMPANY                                     EVANS MOVES UP BILLS TOUCHDOWN CHART
                                                                          Evans posted a two-yard touchdown reception
       In each of his first five seasons, Evans has aver-              against San Diego in week seven and ranks fifth on the
aged 15.4 yards or more per reception. Since 2004, Evans             franchise’s list for touchdown receptions.
is the only NFL receiver to post an average of 15.0 yards
or more per catch in each of the past five seasons.                   PLAYER (Yrs)                       TDS
      Evans became the fourth player in team history to              1. Andre Reed 1985-99               86
reach the mark in five consecutive years and the third to             2. Eric Moulds 1996-2005            48
do so in his first five seasons with the Bills. Only Haven             3. Elbert Dubenion 1960-68          35
Moses (1968-72), Glenn Bass (1961-65) and Frank Lewis                4. Bob Chandler 1971-79             34
(1978-82) have accomplished the feat.                                5. Lee Evans 2004 -                 32
      Below is a look at Evans’ reception average since
2004:                                                                      EVANS POSTS 50TH CATCH OF 2008
YEAR                             REC-YARDS        AVG.
2004                             48-843           17.6                        Evans posted 63 catches for 1,017 yards on the
2005                             48-743           15.5               season along with three touchdowns. With his first recep-
2006                             82-1,292         15.8               tion against Miami in Week 14, Evans recorded his third
2007                             55-849           15.4               consecutive campaign with 50-plus catches (82 in 2006
2008                             63-1,017         16.1               and 55 in 2007).
                                                                              By doing so, Evans became the sixth receiver in
                                                                     Bills history with three straight seasons with 50 or more
                                                                     catches.
              BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW
                                                                           CONSECUTIVE SEASONS 50+ RECEPTIONS
                                                                     RK.    PLAYER                  CONS. 50+ SEASONS
       The last wide receiver to start their career with at          1.     Andre Reed, 1986-94         9
least a 15.0 yards per reception average (min. 30 recep-             2.     Eric Moulds, 1998-05        8
tions each season) in each of their first five years in the            3.     Andre Reed, 1996-99         4
NFL was Jerry Rice (1985-1990). Rice accomplished the                T4.    Lee Evans, 2006 - 08        3
feat through his first seven seasons.                                        Bob Chandler, 1975-77       3
                                                                            Peerless Price, 2000-02     3

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      EVANS AND REED ON THE CHARTS                                                EVANS OFF AND RUNNING

 EVANS AND REED ALL-TIME RECEIVING YARDS - BILLS                     EVANS RANKS 5TH IN 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES
                                                                          Evans has recorded 13100-yard receiving games in his career
      Evans ranks fourth on the Bills all-time receiving            and ranks fifth all-time in team history.
yards list with 4,744.
      WR Josh Reed ranks 10th in club history with 3,284            PLAYER                     100 Yd GMs         GMs to reach 10 100-yd
yards.                                                              1. Andre Reed 1985-99          36             64 (10/16/1989)
                                                                    2. Eric Moulds 1996-05         26             68 (10/15/2000)
      Below is a list of the top 10 receiving yardage lead-         3. Elbert Dubenion 1960-68     16             61 (10/11/1964)
ers in team history.                                                4. Frank Lewis 1978-83         14             51 (10/12/1981)
                                                                    5. Lee Evans 2004 –            13             69 (10/5/08)
RK.   BILLS                  RECEIVING YARDS
                                                                    EVANS IN THE RANKINGS
1.    Andre Reed             13,095                                       Below is a look at where Evans ranked among top receiving
2.    Eric Moulds            9,096                                  categories in the AFC last year:
3.    Elbert Dubenion        5,309                                  AFC RANKINGS
                                                                    •   Receiving yardage: 10th, 1,017
4.    Lee Evans              4,744
                                                                    •   Yards from scrimmage: 18th, 1,039
5.    Frank Lewis            4,638
6.    Thurman Thomas         4,341                                  EVANS AMONG NFL LEADERS IN LONG RECEPTIONS
7.    Jerry Butler           4,301                                         Evans’ 10 receptions of more than 25 yards ties him for 12th
                                                                    in the NFL (tied for fourth in AFC). Below is a list of the NFL leaders
8.    Bob Chandler           3,999                                  with the most receptions of 25 or more yards in the NFL in 2008.
9.    Peerless Price         3,772
10.   Josh Reed              3,284                                  RK.      PLAYER/TEAM                   REC. OF 25+
                                                                    1.       Steve Smith, CAR              19
                                                                    2.       Calvin Johnson, DET           17
EVANS AND REED ALL-TIME RECEPTIONS LIST                             3.       Roddy White, ATL              14
      Evans is tied for fifth on the team’s all-time recep-          T4.      Larry Fitzgerald, ARI         13
tions list with 296 career receptions.                                       Greg Jennings, GB             13
      Reed ranks ninth in team history with 284 receptions.         T6.      Bernard Berrian, MIN          12
                                                                             Terrell Owens, DAL            12
                                                                    T8.      Antonio Bryant, TB            11
RK.   BILLS                  RECEPTIONS                                      Justin Gage, TEN              11
1.    Andre Reed             941                                             Vincent Jackson, SD           11
2.    Eric Moulds            675                                             Kevin Walter, HOU             11
                                                                    T12.     Lee Evans, BUF                10
3.    Thurman Thomas         456                                             DeSean Jackson, PHI           10
4.    Pete Metzelaars        302                                             Randy Moss, NE                10
T5.   Lee Evans              296
      Elbert Dubenion        296                                    EVANS AMONG NFL LEADERS IN YARDS PER RECEPTION
                                                                          Evans’ 16.1 yards per reception average ranked fourth in
7.    Bob Chandler           295                                    the AFC and 10th in the NFL. Below is a list of NFL leaders in
8.    Peerless Price         288                                    2008:
9.    Josh Reed              284
10.   Jerry Butler           278                                    RK.    PLAYER, TEAM               AVG.     REC.    YARDS
                                                                    1.     Devery Henderson NO        24.8     32      793
                                                                    2.     Bernard Berrian, MIN       20.1     48      964
      EVANS YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE                                    3.     Justin Gage, TEN           19.1     34      651
                                                                    4.     Vincent Jackson, SD        18.6     59      1,098
                                                                    5.     Steve Smith, CAR           18.2     78      1,421
      Evans sits in seventh place on the team’s all-time            6.     Calvin Johnson, DET        17.1     78      1,331
scrimmage yards list with 4,889 yards.                              7.     Mark Clayton, BAL          17.0     41      695
     Below is a look at the team’s all-time leaders in yards        8.     Marques Colston, NO        16.2     47      760
                                                                    9.     Greg Jennings, GB          16.2     80      1,292
from scrimmage:
                                                                    10.    Lee Evans, BUF             16.1     63      1,017
                                                                                 *Based on minimum two receptions/game
RK.   BILLS                  RUSH.       REC.     TOTAL
1.    Thurman Thomas         11,938      4,341    16,279            LONG DISTANCE LEE - MOST 70-YD TDS IN NFL SINCE 2000
2.    Andre Reed             500         13,095   13,595                  WR Lee Evans’ six touchdown receptions longer than 70
3.    OJ Simpson             10,183      1,924    12,107            yards is best in the NFL since 2000.
                                                                    PLAYER, TM                        TDs of 70-plus yards
4.    Eric Moulds            157         9,096    9,253
                                                                    Lee Evans, Buf                    6
5.    Joe Cribbs             4,445       1,783    6,228             Chad Johnson, Cin                 5
6.    Elbert Dubenion        326         5,309    5,635             Randy Moss, Min-Oak-NE            5
7.    Lee Evans              145         4,744    4,889             Terrell Owens, SF-PHI-DAL         5
8.    Wray Carlton           3,368       1,329    4,697             Chris Chambers, Mia-SD            4
                                                                    Donald Driver, DB                 4
9.    Frank Lewis            -6          4,638    4,632
                                                                    Marvin Harrison, Ind              4
10.   Travis Henry           3,849       691      4,540             Hines Ward, Pit                   4
                                                                    Torry Holt, St. L                 4


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                  REVIEW OF T.O. IN 2008                                                         TERRELL IN THE NEW MILLENIUM

      WR Terrell Owens is entering his 14th year in the                                           Since the 2000 season, Owens has recorded 729
NFL and first season with the Buffalo Bills. The six-time                                   receptions, 10,815 receiving yards and 109 touchdowns -
Pro Bowl selection signed with the Bills as an unrestricted                                all of which rank the 14-year veteran in the top five in each
free agent on March 7, making him one of the most prolific                                  respective category.
additions in franchise history.                                                                   His 109 receiving touchdowns since 2000 rank tops
      Owens capped off the 2008 season seventh in the                                      among NFL receivers:
NFC and 13th in the NFL with 1,052 receiving yards,
marking his ninth 1,000 yard season in his career and                                            RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS, Since 2000
third consecutive year reaching 1,000 yards.                                               RK.   PLAYER, TEAM                     Rec. TD
      Owens marked his eighth season with 10 touch-                                        1.    Terrell Owens, SF-PHI-DAL-BUF    109
downs or more in his career with a 10 touchdown season,                                    2.    Randy Moss, MIN-OAK-NE           107
tying him for fifth in the NFL.                                                             3.    Marvin Harrison, IND             95
      Below is a look at Owens’ rankings among NFL                                         4.    Torry Holt, St. L.               68
                                                                                           5.    Hines Ward, PIT                  65
receivers from 2008:
              2008 RECEIVING TD LEADERS                                                          Owens’ 10,815 receiving yards since the 2000 sea-
RK. PLAYER, TEAM              REC   YARDS                                 TDS              son place him second in the nine-year span:
T1. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI     96    1,431                                 12
    Calvin Johnson, DET       78    1,331                                 12                     RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS, Since 2000
T3. Anquan Boldin, ARI        89    1,038                                 11               RK.   PLAYER, TEAM                     Rec. Yds.
    Randy Moss, NE            69    1,008                                 11               1.    Torry Holt, St. L.               11,872
T5. Terrell Owens, DAL        69    1,052                                  10              2.    Terrell Owens, SF-PHI-DAL-BUF    10,815
    Tony Gonzalez, KC         96    1,058                                 10               3.    Randy Moss, MIN-OAK-NE           10,475
    Lance Moore, NO           79    928                                   10               4.    Marvin Harrison, IND             10,439
                                                                                           5.    Derrick Mason, TEN-BAL           9,453
     In Week 12 vs. San Francisco, Owens hauled in
                                                                                                Owens ranks fourth since the 2000 season with 729
seven catches for a 2008 game-best 213 receiving yards                                     receptions:
along with one touchdown. His 213-yard performance
marked the second 200+yard game of his career.                                                       RECEPTIONS LEADERS, Since 2000
     Below is a look at the best receiving-yard perfor-                                    RK.   PLAYER, TEAM                     Rec.
mances by an individual player in 2008:                                                    1.    Torry Holt, St. L.               817
                2008 BEST RECEIVING GAMES                                                  2.    Marvin Harrison, IND             791
RK.    PLAYER, DATE                YARDS REC                              TDS              3.    Derrick Mason, TEN-BAL           743
1.     Terrell Owens 11/23 vs. SF 213    7                              1                  4.    Terrell Owens, SF-PHI-DAL-BUF    729
2.     Andre Johnson, 12/14 vs. TEN207   11                             1                  5.    Hines Ward, PIT                  724
3.     Antonio Bryant, 12/8 vs. TB 200   9                              2


                                                  OWENS AMONG ACTIVE RECEIVERS


      Owens has posted 47, 100-yard receiving games or                                 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (ACTIVE PLAYERS)
better in his 14 seasons in the NFL. His total ranks third                             Marvin Harrison, Ind.          59
among active NFL players.....................................................          Randy Moss, MIN-OAK-NE         59
                                                                                       Terrell Owens, SF-Phi-Dal-Buf  47
                                                                                       Torry Holt, St. Louis          45


      Owens has caught at least one reception in 183 con-                              CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A CATCH (ACTIVE)
secutive games. The streak is the second longest among                                 Marvin Harrison, Ind.         190
active NFL players.................................................................    Terrell Owens, SF-Phi-Dal-Buf 183
                                                                                       Hines Wards, PIT              162
                                                                                       Torry Holt, St. Louis         153
                                                                                       Tony Gonzalez, KC-ATL         131


      Owens tallied his 30th multiple-touchdown game of                                MULTIPLE-TOUCHDOWN GAMES (NFL HISTORY)
his career against Philadelphia (9/15/08). His 30 games                                Jerry Rice, SF-OAK.           44
with multiple TDs rank third-most in NFL history...................                    Randy Moss, MIN-OAK-NE        32
                                                                                       Terrell Owens, SF-Phi-Dal-Buf 30



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                         THE T.O. FILE                                                     RE-WRITING THE BOOKS

       Below is a look at where Owens ranks among top cat-                          Owens became the sixth pass catcher in league
egories in the NFL among active players:                                      history to reach 14,000 receiving yards and accomplished
                                                                              the feat against Baltimore (12/20/08).
NFL RANKINGS (ACTIVE PLAYERS)                                                       Owens ranks fifth all-time with 14,122 yards and
•  Touchdowns: T1st, 41 touchdowns
•
                                                                              needs 459 yards to surpass Marvin Harrison for fourth all-
   Receptions: 3rd, 139 receptions
•  Scrimmage Yards: 6th, 14,319 yards                                         time:
•  Scorers: 16th, 852 points
                                                                                         NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING YARDS
   NFL LEADERS, MOST RECEPTIONS (Active Players)                              RK.   PLAYER, YEARS             YARDS     Rec.     Rec. TD
RK. PLAYER, YEARS              REC                                            1.    Jerry Rice, 1985-2004     22,895    1,549    197
1.  Marvin Harrison, 1996 -    1,102                                          2.    Isaac Bruce, 1994-2008    14,944    1,003    91
2.  Isaac Bruce, 1994 -        1,003                                          3.    Tim Brown, 1988-2004      14,934    1,094    100
3.  Terrell Owens, 1996 -      951                                            4.    Marvin Harrison, 1996 -   14,580    1,102    128
4.  Tony Gonzalez, 1997 -      916                                            5.    Terrell Owens, 1996 -     14,122    951      139
5.  Torry Holt, 1999 -         869
                                                                                    Owens needs 49 receptions to become the sixth
      Owens 1,000-plus yards and 10 touchdowns in 2008                        player in NFL history with 1,000 receptions. In 13 seasons,
marked his eighth career season with at least 1,000 yards and                 Owens has 951 receptions.
10 touchdowns.
     NFL 1,000 YARDS and 10 TOUCHDOWN SEASONS
                                                                                    With his first reception as a Buffalo Bill, Owens will
RK. PLAYER, YEARS                         REC                                 pass former Bills WR Andre Reed for sole possession of
1.    Jerry Rice, 1985-2004               9                                   sixth all-time in NFL history:
T2. Terrell Owens, 1996 -                 8
      Marvin Harrison, 1996 -             8                                                 NFL ALL-TIME RECEPTIONS
4.    Randy Moss, 1995 -                  7                                   RK.   PLAYER, YEARS             Rec.      Yards    Rec. TD
                                                                              1.    Jerry Rice, 1985-2004     1,549     22,895   197
       Owens has posted 1,000 receiving yards in a season nine                2.    Marvin Harrison, 1996 -   1,102     14,580   128
times in his career.                                                          3.    Cris Carter, 1987-2002    1,101     13,899   130
               1,000 YARD RECEIVING SEASONS                                   4.    Tim Brown, 1988-2004      1,094     14,934   100
RK. PLAYER, YEARS                1,000 YARD SEASONS                           5.    Isaac Bruce, 1994-2008    1,003     14,944   91
1.     Jerry Rice, 1985-2004     14                                           T6.   Terrell Owens, 1996 -     951       14,122   139
T2. Terrell Owens, 1996-         9                                                  Andre Reed, 1985-2000     951       13,198   87
       Tim Brown 1988-2004       9
       Jimmy Smith, 1995-2005 9
       Randy Moss, 1995 -        9
                                                                                   Owens posted his 130th career touchdown in Week
                                                                              One during the 2008 season to tie him with Cirs Carter for
         FOLLOW THESE BILLS ON-LINE                                           the second-most in NFL history. Owens’ 10 TD catches in
                                                                              2008 increased his career total to 139.
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Blog - http://leeevansblog83.com
Twitter - www.twitter.com/leeevans83                                                NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
Drayton Florence - www.draytonflorence21.com                                   RK.   PLAYER, YEARS             TD        Rec.     Rec. Yds.
Twitter - www.twitter.com/dflo29                                               1.    Jerry Rice, 1985-2004     197       1,549    22,895
Spencer Johnson - www.spencerdjohnson.info                                    2.    Terrell Owens, 1996 -     139       951      14,122
Andy Levitre - Twiter - www.twitter.com/AndyLevitre                           3.    Randy Moss, 1995 -        135       843      13,201
Marshawn Lynch - www.marshawn23.com
Blog - http://marshawnlynch.yardbarker.com
Aaron Maybin - www.aaronmaybin.com                                                  In his 13 seasons, Owens has recorded 141 touch-
Twitter - www.twitter.com/AaronMaybin58                                       downs. With five touchdowns, Owens will surpass LaDa-
Leodis McKelvin – http://leodismckelvin.fsmgsports.com                        nian Tomlinson (141) and Marcus Allen (145) to move into
Kawika Mitchell - Twitter - www.twitter.com/Ka_Mitchell55
Brian Moorman – www.brianmoorman.org                                          third place all-time:
Blog - http://brianmoorman.blogspot.com
Twitter - www.twitter.com/brianmoorman                                                NFL CAREER TOUCHDOWN LEADERS
Terrell Owens - www.terrellowens.com                                          RK.   PLAYER, YEARS              TOTAL   RUSH     REC   MISC
Twitter - www.twitter.com/terrellowens81                                      1.    Jerry Rice, 1985-2004      208     10       197   1
Roscoe Parrish – roscoeparrish.kcbsportsmarketing.com                         2.    Emmitt Smith, 1980-2004 175        164      11    0
Twitter - www.twitter.com/scoe11                                              3.    Marcus Allen, 1982-1997 145        123      21    1
Dominic Rhodes - www.dominicrhodes.net
                                                                              T4.   Terrell Owens, 1996 -      141     2        139   0
Lydell Sargeant - www.twitter.com/lsarge10
Marcus Stroud - www.marcusstroudfoundation.com
                                                                                    LaDanian Tomlinson, 2001 - 141     126      15    0
Donte Whitner – www.dwhitner20.com
Blog - http://dontewhitner.yardbarker.com
Twitter - www.twitter.com/DonteWhitner
George Wilson – www.george-wilson.org


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      BEAST MODE RETURNS FOR LYNCH                                              LYNCH AMONG EIGHT RBS IN 2008

        Marshawn Lynch’s 2008 season resulted in his first trip                   Lynch was one of eight running backs in the NFL
to the Pro Bowl. Lynch became the first Bills running back to ap-         in 2008 to rush for more than 1,000 yards and catch 40 or
pear in the annual game since 2002 (Travis Henry).
                                                                         more passes:
LYNCH IN THE RANKINGS                                                    RB                     RUSH YDS.          REC     REC YDS
      Below is a list of where Lynch finished in the rankings in          Matt Forte, CHI        1,238              63       477
2008:                                                                    Frank Gore, SF         1,036              43       373
•   Rushing yards: 5th in AFC (T13th in NFL) - 1,036                     Steven Jackson, STL    1,042              40       379
•   First downs: T6th in AFC (T13th in NFL) - 67                         Chris Johnson, TEN     1,228              43       260
•   Scrimmage yards: 7th in AFC - 1,336                                  Marshawn Lynch, BUF 1,036                 47       300
•   Scoring (nonkickers): 13th in AFC - 54                               Steve Slaton, HOU      1,282              50       377
                                                                         LaDanian Tomlinson, SD 1,110              52       426
RUNNING THE BALL - LYNCH AMONG AFC LEADERS IN YARDS                      Derrick Ward, NYG      1,025              41       384
     Lynch gained 1,036 rushing yards in 2008. The total
ranked fifth in the AFC last year.
     Below is a list of AFC leaders in rushing yards.                         JACKSON AND LYNCH - CATCHING DUO
RK.    PLAYER                       YARDS
1.     Thomas Jones, NYJ            1,312
                                                                                 Running backs Marshawn Lynch (47) and Fred
2.     Steve Slaton, HOU            1,282                                Jackson (37) combined for 84 receptions in 2008 which
3.     Chris Johnson, Tenn          1,228                                ranks as the fifth-highest output for a Buffalo backfield duo
4.     LaDainian Tomlinson, SD      1,110                                in team history.
5.     Marshawn Lynch, Buf          1,036
                                                                                BILLS BACKFIELD RECEPTION LEADERS
CARRING THE BALL - LYNCH AMONG AFC LEADERS IN CARRIES                                        SINCE 1960
       Lynch carried the ball 250 times in 2008. The total ranked        RK.    YEAR     RB/FB             TOTAL REC.
sixth in the AFC.                                                        1.     2001     Larry Centers, 80     102
       Below is a list of AFC leaders in rushing attempts.                               Travis Henry, 22
RK.    PLAYER                       CARRIES
                                                                         2.     1983     Joe Cribbs, 57        91
1.     LaDainian Tomlinson, SD      292                                                  Booker Moore, 34
2.     Thomas Jones, NYJ            290                                  3.     1989     Thurman Thomas, 60    89
3.     Jamal Lewis, CLE             279                                                  Ronnie Harmon, 29
4.     Steve Slaton, HOU            268                                  4.     2002     Larry Centers, 43     86
5.     Chris Johnson, TEN           251                                                  Travis Henry, 43
6.     Marshawn Lynch, Buf          250                                  5.     2008     Marshawn Lynch, 47    84
                                                                                         Fred Jackson, 37
LYNCH FINDS THE END ZONE
       Lynch set a new career-high with eight rushing touchdowns              LYNCH AND JACKSON IN PASS GAME
in 2008. His total ranked ninth among AFC running backs. Be-
low is a list of AFC leaders in rushing touchdowns.
                                                                                The running back duo of Marshawn Lynch (47) and
RK.    PLAYER                       RUSHING TDs                          Fred Jackson (37) combined for the most catches of any
1.     Lendale White, Tenn          15                                   top two running backs from the same backfield in the NFL
2.     Thomas Jones, NYJ            13                                   with 84.
3.     Maurice Jones-Drew, Jac.     12                                         Lynch and Jackson each set career highs in recep-
4.     LaDanian Tomlinson, SD       11                                   tions in 2008.
T5.    Ronnie Brown, MIA            10                                         Below is a list of the top receiving backfield duos in
       La’Ron McClain, Bal          10
T7.    Chris Johnson, Tenn          9
                                                                         the NFL:
       Steve Slaton, HOU            9                                    RK. TEAM RUNNING/FULLBACKS                     TOTAL REC.
 9.    Marshawn Lynch, Buf          8                                    1. BUF         Marshawn Lynch, 47
                                                                                        Fred Jackson, 37                84
      LYNCH REACHES 2,000 RUSHING YDS                                    T2. NO         Reggie Bush, 52
                                                                                        Pierre Thomas, 31               83
                                                                               NYJ      Leon Washington, 47
      Lynch tied Travis Henry and Cookie Gilchrist as
                                                                                        Thomas Jones, 36                83
the second-fastest running backs in team history to reach
2,000 career rushing yards. The three backs accomplished                      JACKSON AND LYNCH JOIN 1,500 CLUB
the feat in each of their 27th career game.
RK. PLAYER                         GAMES TO 2,000                                 Running backs Fred Jackson (571) and Marshawn
1.  Willis McGahee                 26                                    Lynch (1,036) combined for 1,607 rushing yards in 2008.
T2. Marshawn Lynch                 27 (12/14/08 at NYJ)                           Jackson and Lynch became the 11th running back duo
    Travis Henry                   27                                    in team history to eclipse 1,000 and 500 yards in one season.
    Cookie Gilchrist               27                                             Jackson and Lynch were one of 10 NFL backfields with
T4. Joe Cribbs                     28                                    two running backs to produce 1,500 rushing yards or more com-
    Thurman Thomas                 28                                    bined in 2008.


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   EVANS AND LYNCH 1,000 YARD MARK                                  BILLS NAME BARROW AND FOSTER
                                                                      2009 BILL WALSH NFL MINORITY
       Running back Marshawn Lynch broke the 1,000                 COACHING FELLOWSHIP PARTICIPANTS
yard rushing mark for the second straight season and
wide receiver Lee Evans recorded his second 1,000 yard
season finishing with 1,017 yards.                                       The Buffalo Bills announced that Michael Bar-
       With his 46 receiving yards in Week 17 vs. New            row and Dwayne Foster have been named the team’s
England, Evans and Lynch became the ninth Bills WR-RB            2009 Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship
duo to each eclipse 1,000 yards in one season.                   participants.
       The last time the feat was accomplished by Buffalo               Barrow, a 1993 second-round draft selection by
was 2004 with Eric Moulds (1,043 rec. yards) and Willis          the Houston Oilers, played 13 seasons in the NFL fin-
McGahee (1,128 rushing yards).                                   ishing his career with 1,133 tackles, 43 sacks and two
                                                                 interceptions in 173 games played. The University of
      SECOND HALF GROUND ATTACK                                  Miami product played for the Oilers (1993-96), Carolina
                                                                 Panthers (1997-99), New York Giants (2000-03), Wash-
                                                                 ington Redskins (2004) and Dallas Cowboys (2005). In
      The Buffalo Bills ground game came alive during            2003, Barrow led the NFC with 148 tackles.
the second half of the 2008 season, piling up 1,092                     Barrow is currently an Assistant Coach/Lineback-
rushing yards on 230 carries for a 4.7 yards per carry           ers at his alma mater of the University of Miami and has
average along with eight touchdowns.                             been with the Hurricanes staff since 2007.
      In Week 15 at the New York Jets, Buffalo ran for a                Foster is entering his fifth season as the running
season-high 187 yards.                                           backs coach at Prairie View A&M. In 2008, the Panther
      Buffalo’s 1,092 rushing yards since game nine              ground game led the Southwestern Athletic Conference
ranked fifth in the AFC (ninth in the NFL).                       in rushing offense and produced the conference’s lone
                                                                 1,000 yard rusher and the school’s first since 1988.
   AFC TEAM RUSHING LEADERS GAMES 9-16                           Foster spent the 2004 season at Catholic University
     RK. TEAM            RUSHING YARDS                           as the team’s tight ends and running backs coach. In
     1. New England            1,225                             2003, Foster worked on the coaching staff at Bowie
     1. Baltimore              1,186                             State University and from 1997-2003 served as the
     T3. Miami                 1,099                             head coach of Archbishop Carroll High School where
         NY Jets               1,099                             he received Coach of the Year Honors by the Washing-
     5. Buffalo                1,092                             ton Catholic Athletic Conference in 1998.
                                                                        Current Buffalo Bills coaches – Running Game
      The team’s 4.7 yards per carry average since               Coordinator/Running Backs Coach Eric Studesville,
game nine ranked fifth in the conference (seventh in the          Wide Receivers Coach Tyke Tolbert and Defensive
NFL).                                                            Quality Control Coach Adrian White each participated
                                                                 in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship.
AFC TEAM YARDS PER CARRY LEADERS GAMES 9-16                      Studesville with the Chicago Bears in 1996, Tolbert with
     RK. TEAM                   AVG.                             the Detroit Lions (1997) and Arizona Cardinals (2001),
     1. Denver                   5.2                             White with the Bills (2006 and 2007). White also partici-
     2. Kansas City              5.1                             pated in internships with the Giants, Jaguars, Cowboys
     3. NY Jets                  5.0                             and Lions.
     4. Miami                    4.8                                    The NFL announced on January 29 that it has
     5. Buffalo                  4.7                             re-named its minority coaching internship program that
                                                                 has brought more than 1,300 minority coaches into
       With a 136.5 rushing yards per game average,              NFL training camps -- and produced four present head
the Bills ground game ranked fifth in the AFC (ninth in           coaches -- after the man who conceived of the idea,
the NFL) since game nine.                                        Pro Football Hall of Fame coach BILL WALSH.
                                                                 Now named the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fel-
AFC TEAM YARDS PER GAME LEADERS GAMES 9-16                       lowship, the idea to expose talented minority college
RK. TEAM                         AVG.                            coaches to the methods and philosophies of summer
     1. New England             153.1                            NFL training camps was introduced to the league by
     2. Baltimore               148.3                            Walsh in 1987 when he brought in a group of such
     T3. Miami                  137.4                            coaches into his San Francisco 49ers training camp.
         NY Jets                137.4                                   The Buffalo Bills have participated in the Bill
     5. Buffalo                 136.5                            Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship program since
                                                                  1989.

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      SCHOBEL RETURNS TO THE FIELD                                               HARD HITTIN’ WHITNER

 SCHOBEL SNAPS GAMES PLAYED STREAK                                        Fourth-year strong safety Donte Whitner entered
      Ninth-year defensive end Aaron Schobel missed the            training camp in 2009 after working in the off-season pri-
first game of his career with a foot injury in Week Seven in        marily at the free safety position.
2008 vs. San Diego.                                                      In his first three years in the NFL, Whitner played
      Schobel has entered training camp in 2009 healthy            strong safety.
and back at full strength.                                               Since the 2006 season, Whitner ranks fourth in the
                                                                   NFL with 256 total tackles among defensive backs. He has
APPROACHING 70 CAREER SACKS                                        recorded 186 solo stops in his three year career.
      Schobel’s 68.0 career sack total ranks second in Buf-              Below is a look at the top defensive back tacklers ac-
falo Bills history behind only former Buffalo Bill and 2008        cording to statspass.com since 2006:
Wall of Fame and 2009 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee
                                                                   RK. PLAYER/TEAM            TACKLES   SOLO       ASST
Bruce Smith (171.0).                                               1. Gibril Wilson NYG/OAK     319      244        75
      With 2.0 sacks, Schobel will become the 15th active          2. Lawyer Milloy ATL         281      225        56
NFL player with 70 sacks.                                          3. Sean Jones CLE            263      188        75
                                                                   4. Donte Whitner BUF         256      186        70
SACKS SINCE ENTERING NFL                                           5. Antoine Bethea IND        255      185        69
      Schobel ranks 15th in the NFL among active players
with 68.0 career sacks:                                                    DENNEY POSTS CAREER YEAR
RK      PLAYER, TEAM                   SACKS
10.     Greg Ellis, DAL                77.0                                Eighth-year DE Ryan Denney started 11 of 16
11.     Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, GB       74.5                        games for the Buffalo Bills in 2008.
12.     Jevon Kearse, TEN-PHI-TEN 73.0                                    According to tackle statistics posted on NFL.com,
T13. Dwight Freeney, IND               70.5                        Denney recorded a career-best 58 tackles. His total
        Julius Peppers, CAR            70.5                        ranked sixth in the AFC among defensive linemen. Below
15.     Aaron Schobel, BUF             68.0                        is a list of the AFC tackle leaders among defensive line-
                                                                   men.
SACKS SINCE 2003
     Schobel has recorded 53.0 sacks since the 2003                RK. PLAYER/TEAM            TACKLES   SOLO       ASST
season which ranks tied as the fourth-highest ouput                1. Shaun Rogers/Cleveland     76      61         15
among AFC sack leaders in that time span.                          2. Domata Peko/Cincinnati     67      29         38
                                                                   3. Vince Wilfork/New England 66       45         21
     Below is a list of the leaders in sacks among active          T4. Shaun Ellis/NY Jets       60      41         19
AFC players since 2003.                                                Aaron Smith/Pittsburgh    60      44         16
                                                                   6. Ryan Denney/Buffalo        58      40         18
RK      PLAYER, TEAM                     SACKS                     7. Jamal Williams/San Diego   56      46         10
                                                                   T8 Tommy Kelly/Oakland        55      31         24
1.      Jason Taylor, MIA-WAS-MIA        59.0                          Haloti Ngata/Baltimore    55      43         12
2.      Dwight Freeney, IND              57.5                          Kyle Williams/Buffalo     55      37         18
3.      Robert Mathis, IND               53.5
T4.     Aaron Schobel, BUF               53.0                           Denney posted 4.0 sacks on the season to tie for the
        Terrell Suggs, BAL               53.0                      team lead. It marked his highest total since posting 6.0 in
                                                                   2006.
PRO BOWL SCHOBEL                                                        Denney ranked tied for fourth in the NFL among
      Schobel made his second consecutive Pro Bowl ap-             defensive linemen with seven passes defensed.
pearance in 2008. He is one of three Buffalo Bills defen-               He scored his first touchdown of his career when he
sive ends to play in consecutive Pro Bowls joining Bruce           caught a touchdown from Brian Moorman on a fake field
Smith (1987-90 and 1992-98) and Tom Sestak (1962-65).              goal attempt in Week One vs. Seattle.


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    STROUD MAKES IMMEDIATE IMPACT                                              POZ AMONG AFC LB LEADERS

       Ninth-year DT Marcus Stroud is entering his sec-                      Third-year MLB Paul Posluszny posted four solo
ond season as a member of the Buffalo Bills.                          tackles against New England in the 2008 season finale,
      Stroud left quite an impact on the Bills’ defensive line        increasing his 2008 total to 87. Posluszny finished last
in his first season with Buffalo.                                      year’s campaign tied for sixth in the AFC among lineback-
      Below are some highlights of Stroud’s first season in            ers with 87 solo stops.
Buffalo:                                                                    Posluszny was one of two first- or second-year line-
• Tied for team-high 9 tackles, 4 QB pr., 2.0 sacks, 2                backers among the top 10 in solo tackles in the AFC.
     PD, 1 QB hit - Week 1 vs. SEA                                          Below is a chart of the top tacklers in the AFC among
• 2 PD, 1 led to Terrence McGee INT - Week 2 at JAC                   linebackers:
• Tied for team-high with 7 tackles - Week 3 vs. OAK
• 1 FR leading to Bills lead - Week 7 vs. SD                          RK. PLAYER/TEAM                POS      SOLO TACKLES
• 0. 5 sack, 1 forced fumble - Week 10 at NE                          *1. Jerod Mayo, NE              ILB         100
• 5 tackles (1 TFL), 1 QB pr., 2 PD - Week 11 vs. CLE                 2.    Kirk Morrison, OAK       OLB           99
• Posted 2nd fumble recovery in 2008 - Week 12 at KC                  3.    D’Qwell Jackson, DEN ILB              95
• 7 tackles, 3 QB pr., 1 QB hit - Week 13 vs. SF                      4.    Eric Barton, NYJ          ILB         93
                                                                      5.    Channing Crowder, MIA ILB             92
STROUD’S TEAMS WHEN POSTING A SACK                                    **T6. Paul Posluszny, BUF MLB               87
      Stroud has recorded sacks in 21 games during his                      James Farrior, PIT        ILB         87
career and his teams are 14-7 when he participates in a               8.    DeMarco Ryans, HOU MLB                86
sack.                                                                 9.    Ray Lewis, BAL            ILB         85
                                                                      10. Thomas Howard, OAK OLB                  80
STROUD DISRUPTIVE IN THE PASSING GAME                                       * - Denotes first-year player (as of 2008)
     Stroud has been one of the most disruptive defensive                   ** Denotes second-year player (as of 2008)
linemen in the passing game in 2008. Stroud recorded
seven passes defensed to tie for fourth among all NFL
defensive linemen. Below is a list of the top defensive
linemen in passes defensed:
                                                                         DEFENSIVE DIFFERENCE IN NUMBERS
RK. PLAYER, Team           PASSES DEFENSED
1. Jason Taylor, Was                   9                                     The Bills added a number of key parts to their
T2. Gaines Adams, TB                   8                              defense in 2008. The addition of DT Marcus Stroud, LB
     Juqua Parker, Phi                 7                              Kawika Mitchell and DT Spencer Johnson along with the
T4. Marcus Stroud, Buf                 7                              return of regular starters MLB Paul Posluszny and FS Ko
     Ryan Denney, Buf                  7                              Simpson made an immediate impact on the defense in
     Alex Brown, CHI                   7                              2008.
     Charles Johnson, CAR              7                                    Below is a look at the team’s defensive rankings in
     Haloti Ngata, Bal                 7                              the AFC and NFL in 2008 compared to where the team
                                                                      ended in 2007 and 2006.
STROUD MAKES A LASTING IMPACT AGAINST THE RUN
     Stroud has been part of a defense that has held                  AFC RANKINGS
opponents to 100 yards or less in 53 games. In those 53                                           2008       2007       2006
games, his team’s record is 38-15 including week nine’s               Total Defense                7th       16th       10th
                                                                      Rushing Defense             10th       10th       13th
defensive performance of holding the Jets to 96 rushing               Passing Defense              7th       16th        5th
yards.                                                                Rushing Yards Per Att.      11th       12th       15th
                                                                      Third-Down Efficiency         4th       14th        6th
                                                                      Sacks                       13th       15th        5th
                                                                      Points Per Game              7th        8th        8th
                                                                      Turnover Ratio              14th       T4th       13th
                                                                      Defense Inside 20            4th        3rd       11th

                                                                      NFL Rankings
                                                                                                  2008       2007       2006
                                                                      Total Defense               14th       31st        18th
                                                                      Rushing Defense             22nd       25th        28th
                                                                      Passing Defense             13th       29th         7th
                                                                      Rushing Yards Per Attempt    21st      18th        29th
                                                                      Third-Down Efficiency         9th       30th        12th
                                                                      Sacks                       T28th      29th        T8th
                                                                      Points Per Game             14th       30th        10th
                                                                      Turnover Ratio              27th       t-6th      T23rd
                                                                      Defense Inside 20            4th        4th       T20th




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          MITCHELL LEAVES HIS MARK                                                   SOLID IN PASS DEFENSE

                                                                              The Buffalo Bills defense held opponents to 14
LB KAWIKA MITCHELL IN 2008                                              passing touchdowns in the 2008 season. The total ranked
       Mitchell made a number of big plays for the Buffalo              as the fourth-lowest in the NFL.
Bills defense at the linebacker position in his first year with               Below is a look at the teams with the fewest passing
the team during the 2008 season .                                       TDs allowed in 2008:
       Below are highlights from Mitchell’s 2008’s perfor-
mance with Buffalo:                                                     RK.    TEAM              PASS TDs ALLOWED
• 1.0 sack, 2 TT, 1 PD and 2 QB pr. - Week 1 vs. SEA                    1.     Indianapolis              6
• Recorded first INT of year - Week 7 vs. SD                             T2.    Pittsburgh               12
• Sacked QB Philip Rivers and forced a fumble which
                                                                               Tennessee                12
     was recovered by DE Copeland Bryan. Became the
     first Bill with an interception and sack in the same                4.     Buffalo                  14
     game since Angelo Crowell (9/17/06 vs. MIA)                        5.     Minnesota                15
• Posted team’s only sack of game, 3 QB hits, 5 tackles
     (1TFL) - Week 11 vs. CLE                                                      RETURNING TO THE HOUSE
• Posted second INT of season - Week 16 at DEN

MITCHELL JOINS BUFFALO AS PRIORITY FREE AGENT SIGNING                   INTERCEPTION-TD RETURNS IN NFL 2008
       Mitchell joined the Buffalo Bills as the team’s first free              Buffalo’s defense posted three interception returns
agent signing in 2008 after winning a Super Bowl ring with              for touchdowns in 2008. The total ranked tied for third in
the New York Giants in the 2007 season.                                 the NFL.
       The previous four unrestricted free agent lineback-
ers to sign with Buffalo all made significant contributions in           INT-TDs        TEAM
their first season with the club.                                        6              Green Bay
• 1995 - Bryce Paup (Green Bay) – Led NFL with 17.5                     5              Baltimore
     sacks in 1995; Named AP Defensive Player of the
                                                                        3              Buffalo
     Year; Selected to the Pro Bowl
• 1996 - Chris Spielman (Detroit) – Set a team record                   3              NY Jets
     and career-high with 206 tackles in 2006.                          3              Tampa Bay
• 2002 - London Fletcher (St. Louis) – Led the team
     in tackles in each of his five seasons with the Bills;                    Since the 2000 season, the Bills have returned
     set a team record with 209 tackles in 2002; started 80             interceptions for touchdowns 19 times. The 19 pick sixes
     consecutive games for Buffalo.                                     since 2000 rank the Bills tied for sixth in the NFL and tied
• 2003 - Jeff Posey (Houston) – Started 47 of 48                        for fourth-most in the AFC:
     games with Buffalo; posted 9.5 sacks and nine forced
     fumbles.                                                           INT-TDs        TEAM
                                                                        25             Baltimore
                                                                        24             Green Bay
                RED ZONE DEFENSE                                        21             Tampa Bay
                                                                        20             Chicago
                                                                        20             Tennessee
        Buffalo’s defense continued to clamp down when                  19             Buffalo
opponents reached the red zone in 2008.                                 19             Minnesota
     The Bills ranked fourth in the NFL in red zone scor-                19            New England
ing with a 41.8 touchdown percentage:
                                                                                     BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW ....
RK.   TEAM                       OPP. RZ TD EFFICIENCY
1.    Pittsburgh Steelers                33.3                                    Buffalo’s third down defense improved from 28th in
2.    Baltimore Ravens                   35.9                           2007 in the NFL to 9th in the league in 2008, marking the team’s
3.    Indianapolis Colts                 40.4                           highest NFL ranking since 1999.
                                                                          BILLS OPPONENT THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 1999-2008
4.    Buffalo Bills                      41.8                           YEAR               Opp. 3rd Effic.             NFL Rank
5.    Minnesota Vikings                  42.6                           1999               31.4                       3
                                                                        2000               37.0                      14
                                                                        2001               42.0                      28
                                                                        2002               36.7                      10
                                                                        2003               38.2                      17
                                                                        2004               36.0                      13
                                                                        2005               46.5                      32
                                                                        2006               36.6                      12
                                                                        2007               45.1                       28
                                                                        2008               36.1                       9


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      LINDELL AMONG MOST CONSISTENT                                        LINDELL MOVES UP SCORING LIST

       Kicker Rian Lindell finished the 2008 season 30-                 BILLS SCORING LIST - LINDELL RANKS THIRD
of-38 with a career-high 124 points, which ranked tied for                  Lindell sits in third place on the Bills all-time scoring
fourth in the AFC and tied for 11th in the NFL.                      list with 627 points.
      He had six games with double digit points, including                  He passed Andre Reed and Thurman Thomas
a career-best 18 at Kansas City. He connected a season-              against Oakland in Week Three during the 2008 season.
long of 53 yards against the NY Jets on 11/2.                               Below is a look at the franchise’s scoring leaders:
      Lindell has 147 field goals made with the Bills which
ranks second in team history.                                        RK.   PLAYER                                 POINTS
                                                                     1.    Steve Christie K 1992-2000             1,011
LINDELL AMONG BEST IN NFL INSIDE 40 YARDS SINCE 2006                 2.    Scott Norwood K 1985-91                670
      Since 2006, Lindell’s field goal percentage inside 40           3.    Rian Lindell K 2003 -                  627
yards is the third in the League. He is one of four kickers          T4.   Thurman Thomas RB 1988-99              522
with just one miss inside 40 yards since 2006.                       T4.   Andre Reed WR 1985-99                  522
      Below is a list of the best percentages on all field
goals inside the 40 since the 2006 season (minimum 35                LINDELL CLOSING IN ON 900 POINTS
FGM).                                                                     Lindell has 897 career points, which ranks tied for
                                                                     53rd on the NFL all-time scoring list.
RK.   PLAYER, TEAM                     FG’S        %
1.    Matt Bryant, TB                  60-61       98.4%             LINDELL SETS BILLS PAT RECORD
2.    Jason Elam, Atl.                 55-56       98.2%
                                                                          Lindell holds the longest PATs made streak in Bills history.
3.    Rian Lindell, BUF                50-51       98.0%
4.    John Kasay, Car.                 44-45       97.8%             RK.  PLAYER                                 PATs (Years)
                                                                     1. Rian Lindell                         186 (2003-2008)
LINDELL WITH THE BILLS
                                                                     2. Steve Christie                       172 (1995-2000)
      In his five-year career with the Bills, Lindell has set
the following records.
• Career Field Goal % - 83.05 (147-177)                              LINDELL’S PAT STREAK LONGEST IN NFL HISTORY
• Most consecutive PATs - 186                                              Since the start of his NFL career, Lindell has made all
• Single season Field Goal % - 92.00 (23-25) in 2006                 282 PATs. It’s the longest streak to start an NFL career.
• Most Consecutive Field Goals - 18 (10/21/07 -                            The streak is the fifth longest in NFL history and one of
                                                                     two active streaks of 200+.
    12/9/07)
                                                                           Below is a look at the longest PAT streaks in NFL history.
BEST FG % ON KICKS BEYOND 50 YARDS SINCE 2005
                                                                     RK. PLAYER, TEAM                        PATs (Years)
      Lindell hit a 53-yard field goal vs. the NY Jets in
Week Nine in 2008 and is among the most accurate kick-               1. Matt Stover                          386 (1996-current)
ers in the NFL beyond 50 yards.                                      T2. Jeff Wilkins                        371 (1999-2007)
      He ranks tied for first among active NFL kickers since              Jason Elam                          371 (1993-2002)
2005.                                                                4. Norm Johnson                         301 (1991-1999)
      Below is a list of the top active NFL kickers on at-           5. Rian Lindell                         282 (2001-current)
tempts longer than 50 yards (min. six attempts).

RK. PLAYER, TEAM                   FGS       PERCENTAGE
T1. Rian Lindell, BUF              8-11      72.7%
                                                                           GETTING POINTS - FIELD GOALS
T1. Jason Hanson, Det.             16-22     72.7%
T3. Kris Brown, Hou.               8-12      66.7%                         The Buffalo Bills tied for sixth in the NFL for the
                                                                     most field goals made in 2008.
                                                                          Below is a chart of the teams with the most field
            BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW ....                                 goals made in 2008.

          The Buffalo Bills were one of six AFC teams who
did not allow a special teams touchdown in 2008.                     RANK     TEAM                       FGS
          Since Bobby April’s arrival in 2004, the Bills spe-        T1.      New England                36
cial teams unit have tied with five other NFL teams to have                    New York Giants            36
yielded the second-fewest return touchdowns with two.                3.       Philadelphia               33
RK. TEAM                           RETURN TD ALLOWED                 4.       Tampa Bay                  32
1. Green Bay Packers               1                                 5.       St. Louis                  31
T2. Buffalo Bills                  2
                                                                     T6.      Buffalo                    30
      Atlanta Falcons              2
      Chicago Bears                2                                          Cleveland                  30
      New York Jets                2
      Seattle Seahawks             2
      Tennessee Titans             2

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                BOOK OF MOORMAN                                             BILLS SPECIALISTS ARE SPECIAL

 MOORMAN IN 2008                                                             Kicker Rian Lindell and punter Brian Moorman
      Moorman finished the season with 58 punts on the year            are among the league’s most durable at their respective
for 2,557 yards, for a 44.1 yard gross average and 23 kicks           positions.
inside the 20. He closed the 2008 season in extremely windy                 Lindell has played in 140 consecutive games, which
conditions with three punts for 93 yards, with one kick inside
                                                                      is the third longest streak among active kickers. Moorman
the 20 yard line, against New England.
                                                                      has played in 128 consecutive games, which ranks fourth
MOORMAN IN THE BOOKS                                                  in the NFL.
      Moorman ranks as the Buffalo Bills’ most prolific
punter in franchise history as well as one of the most pro-           RK.   KICKERS, TEAM           GAMES
ductive active punters in the NFL.                                    1.    R. Longwell, MIN        192
      In his eight seasons with the Bills, Moorman has set            2.    K. Brown, HOU           160
the following records:                                                3.    R. Lindell, BUF         140
• Highest punting average (career) - 43.17                            4.    J. Elam, ATL            139
• Longest punt - 84 yards (12/22/02 at GB)
                                                                      5.    S. Janikowski, OAK      112
• Highest punting average (season) - 45.66 in 2005
• Highest punting average (game) - 57.83 (10/8/06)
• Punts inside 20 (season) - 33 in 2006 (shared w/ John               RK.   PUNTERS, TEAM           GAMES
    Kidd (1985)                                                       1.    J. Feagles, NYG         336
• Punts inside 20 (game) - 5 (last 9/28/08); tied for lead            2.    H. Smith, IND           160
                                                                      3.    J. Bidwell, TB          144
MOORMAN’S TOP RANKINGS IN THE AFC                                     4.    B. Moorman, BUF         128
• Inside the 20 - Tied for 7th in AFC, 23                             5.    S. Lechler, OAK         110
• Net Punting Avg. - 6th in AFC, 39.1
• Gross Punting Avg. - 8th in AFC, 44.1

MOORMAN’S BACK INSIDE THE 20
      Moorman had a streak of 25 consecutive regular
                                                                         MOORMAN AND LINDELL - SEASONED VETS
season games with a punt inside the 20. The streak was
snapped in Arizona (10/5). And after going a career-long
four games without a kick inside the 20, he closed the sea-                 Punter Brian Moorman is heading into his ninth
son with a streak of seven games with at least one inside
                                                                      season with the Buffalo Bills.
the 20. He has 179 punts inside the 20 in his career, which
ranks second on the Bills’ all-time list and 11 behind record-              Moorman and DE Aaron Schobel are the
holder Chris Mohr (190).                                              longest-tenured members of the Bills, both joining the
                                                                      club in 2001.
MOORMAN INSIDE THE 20 NFL RANKINGS SINCE 2006                               Among active punters, Moorman and Brad
     Moorman is among the best in the league at pinning
                                                                      Maynard (Chicago) hold the fourth-longest tenure
teams inside their 20 yard line. Since 2006, Moorman has
86 punts inside the 20, which is third in the NFL over that           with with their current team. Kicker Rian Lindell is
time span.                                                            entering his seventh season with the Buffalo Bills and
                                                                      10th in the NFL.
RK.   PLAYER                       In 20                                    Lindell joined the franchise after signing an offer
1.    Brad Maynard, Chi            91
                                                                      sheet with the franchise as a restricted free agent in
2.    Mike Scifres, SD             90
3.    Brian Moorman, BUF           86                                 March of 2002 and officially become a Bill a week
4.    Chris Kluwe, Min             85                                 later when Seattle opted not to match it.
5.    Sam Koch, Bal                84                                       Among active kickers, Lindell is tied with Neil
                                                                      Rackers (Arizona) and Shayne Graham (Cincinnati)
MOORMAN NET PUNTING AVERAGE SINCE 2005
                                                                      as the seventh-longest tenured kickers with their
     Moorman’s net punting average since the 2005
season is 38.7, which ranks fourth in the NFL over that               current ball club.
time span. Below is a look at the punters with the best net
punting average since 2005 (min. 120 attempts).

RK.   PLAYER                       NET AVG.
1.    Shane Lechler, OAK           39.2
2.    Mike Scifres, SD             39.1
3.    Donnie Jones, StL            38.8
4.    Brian Moorman, BUF           38.7
5.    Dustin Colquitt, KC          38.3


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                 ELECTRIC McGEE                                         IMMEDIATE THREAT - Roscoe Parrish

       Terrence McGee is one the most electrifying play-                  WR/PR Roscoe Parrish has been a spectacle to
ers in the NFL. As a cornerback, he has started 72 games            watch when opposing teams are forced to punt the ball.
throughout his career.                                                      Parrish has proven his return game prowess which
      Below is a list of McGee’s highlights from the 2008           has led him to become the NFL’s all-time leader in the punt
season:                                                             return game with a career average of 14.0:
• 8 tackles (1 TFL), 2 PD - Week 16 vs. DEN
• Posted third INT of season - Week 15 vs. NYJ                      RANK PLAYER                   YEARS PLAYED             AVG
• INT marked his 16th career pick - Buffalo is 13-3 when            1.   Roscoe Parrish           2005-present             14.0
     McGee posts an interception.                                   2.   George McAfee            1940-50                  12.8
• 6 tackles, 6 PD - Week 11 vs. CLE                                      Jack Christiansen        1951-58                  12.8
• Team-high 7 solo stops, 1 PD, 1 INT - Week 2 at JAC               4.   Claude Gibson            1961-65                  12.6
                                                                    5.   Bill Dudley              1942-53                  12.2
       McGee finished the season with 69 tackles, three for
a loss, three interceptions and 21 passes defensed.                        Below is a look at Parrish’s highlight reel from
       He led the team in interceptions in 2008 (3) and 2007        2008:
(4) and tied for the team-lead in 2005 (4). He recorded at          • 6 punt returns, 120 yds - 63-yard TD - Week 1 vs. SEA
least 80 tackles in four straight seasons (2004-07).                • Return TD marked his third in his career, tying a club
       As a kick returner, he ranks as the best in Buffalo             record. Become first player in NFL history to post a
Bills franchise history and among the best in the NFL. Mc-             PR TD in consecutive season opening games. 120 PR
Gee holds Bills records in the following categories:                   yards eclipsed his single-game record of 104, which
                                                                       was set in 2006 vs. JAC.
•   Most career kick return yards - 5,420                           • 1 punt return, 56 yards - Week 15 vs. NYJ
•   Most career kick returns - 206
•   Most career kickoff return touchdowns - 5                               Parrish recorded 21 punt returns for 322 yards in
•   Most kickoff return touchdowns in a season - 3 (2004)           2008. The speed demon ranks first on the Bills all-time
•   Most kickoff yards in a season - 1,391 (2005)                   punt return yards list with 1,312:
•   Longest kickoff return - 104 yards (@ Mia, 12/5/04)
•   Longest non-scoring kickoff return - 88 yards (@ Ind,           RANK     PLAYER               YEARS PLAYED           PR YDS
    11/12/06)                                                       1.       Roscoe Parrish       2005-present           1,312
                                                                    2.       Jeff Burris          1994-97                1,045
     McGee has seven career return touchdowns, which                3.       Keith Moody          1976-79                920
ranks tied for the most in franchise history.
                                                                           Parrish ranks as the most accomplished punt return-
                                                                    er in team history and ranks first in franchise history in the
MOST RETURN TDs - Bills Record Book                                 following categories:
7    Terrence McGee, CB (5 KOR, 1 INT, 1 FR)                        • Career punt return average - 13.96
     Nate Clements, CB (5 INT, 2 PR)                                • Most punt return yards - career - 1,312
5    Tom Janik, CB (ALL INTs)                                       • Most punt return yards - season - 440 (2007)
     Henry Jones, S (4 INT, 1 KR)                                   • Punt return average - season - 16.30 (2007)
     Butch Byrd, CB (All INT)                                       • Most punt return yards - game - 120 (vs. Sea, 9/7/08)

MCGEE AMONG NFL BEST                                                PARRISH IN THE NFL
     McGee is one of 13 players to post five kickoff return               Parrish has led the NFL in punt return average in
                                                                    each of the last two seasons.
touchdowns in the history of the NFL.
                                                                    2008 NFL PUNT RETURN LEADERS
NFL PLAYERS WITH 5-PLUS KICKOFF RETURN TDs                          RK.   PLAYER, Team                                 AVG
• 6 – Mel Gray, Dante Hall, Ollie Matson, Gale Sayers,              1.    Roscoe Parrish, Buf (21-322)                 15.3
   Travis Williams                                                  2.    Clifton Smith, TB (23-324)                   14.1
• 5 – Michael Bates, Timmy Brown, Joshua Cribbs,                    3.    Reggie Bush, NO (20-270)                     13.5
   Terrence McGee, Justin Miller, Bobby Mitchell, Allen
   Rossum, Abe Woodson                                                   Over the past two seasons, Parrish tops the league
                                                                    in punt return average with a 15.9 yard average.
      McGee’s five kickoff return touchdowns rank tied as
the second-most among active NFL kick returners.                    NFL PUNT RETURN LEADERS (since 2007) min. 30 PR
                                                                    RK.   PLAYER, Team                    AVG
MOST KICK RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - Active players
                                                                    1.    Roscoe Parrish, Buf (48-762)    15.9
1. Dante Hall, St.L         6
                                                                    2.    Nate Burleson, Sea (61-712)     11.7
T2. Terrence McGee, Buf 5                                           3.    Mark Jones, Car (51-586)        11.5
T2. Joshua Cribbs, Cle      5
T2. Justin Miller, Oak      5
 T2. Allen Rossum, SF       5

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       BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW ROSCOE...                                     McKELVIN TAKES IT TO THE HOUSE

        Fifth-year wide receiver/punt returner Roscoe                     Second-year CB/KR Leodis McKelvin made a big
Parrish has returned 24 punts for at least 20 yards in his         impact in his rookie season in 2008. The 11th overall pick in
career.                                                            the 2008 draft tallied two touchdowns - one on an interception
        His 24 returns over 20 yards are second most in            return and one on a kickoff return. On Monday Night football
the NFL since entering the league in 2004.                         (11/17 vs. CLE), he took a 98-yard kickoff return to the house
        Below is a look at the punt returners with the most        and vs. KC (11/23), he brought back an interception 64 yards to
20-plus yard returns since the 2004 season:                        pay dirt.
                                                                          McKelvin set a Bills rookie record by gaining 185 yards
RK.    PLAYER                   20-plus yard PR                    on three kickoff returns vs. CLE (11/17). It is also the third high-
1.     Devin Hester, CHI               25                          est total in team history.
2.     Roscoe Parrish, BUF             24
3.     Eddie Drummond, KC-DET- PIT 21                                   In the NFL, Leodis McKelvin ranked second with
T4.    Antwaan Randle El, PIT-WAS      19                          1,468 kickoff return yards, third with a 28.2 KR average
       Allen Rossum, ATL-PIT-SF        19                          and his 52 returns are tied for fourth most.

              McKELVIN ON DEFENSE                                             NFL KICK RETURN YARDAGE LEADERS
                                                                         PLAYER/TEAM             RET-YARD AVG.
                                                                         1. Josh Wilson, SEA     69-1,753 25.4
 MCKELVIN BREAKS OUT ON DEFENSE                                          2. Leodis McKelvin, BUF 52-1,468 28.2
         McKelvin started seven games on defense during
his 2008 rookie campaign and played in all 16.                          Amongst NFL rookies, McKelvin ranks first in yards
        He finished the season with 29 total tackles, six           (1,468) and kick return average (28.2).
passes defensed, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a
fumble recovery.                                                            ROOKIE KICK RETURN YARDAGE LEADERS
        At St. Louis in Week Four, McKelvin tallied two                  PLAYER/TEAM             RET-YARD AVG.
solo tackles and a forced fumble, which he then recov-                   1. Leodis McKelvin, BUF 52-1,468 28.2
ered. Both marked his career firsts.                                      2. Quentin Demps, PHI   52-1,314 25.3
        Against Kansas City in Week 12, McKelvin posted
two interceptions - one of which he returned 64 yards for a        MCKELVIN MOVES UP BILLS RECORD BOOK
touchdown. He became the first Bills rookie to tally two in-             McKelvin’s 1,468 kick return yards in 2008 ranked
terceptions in a game since Jim Haslett (11/25/79 at NE).          as the most in a single season in team history. He passed
                                                                   Terrence McGee’s record set in 2005.
             PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
                                                                                   MOST KR YARDS, SEASON
 COACHES                                                                    RK. PLAYER,YEAR           YARDS
Fewell, Perry           FUEL                                                1. Leodis McKelvin, 2008  1,468
Catavolos, George       KA-tahv-o-los                                       2. Terrence McGee, 2005   1,391
Kugler, Sean            COOG-ler                                            3. Terrence McGee, 2004    1,370
PLAYERS
Hamdan, Gibran          Jib-raun ham-din                           MCKELVIN TOPS BILLS ROOKIE KICKOFF RETURN RECORD
Kelsay, Chris           KELL-see                                        Amongst Bills all-time rookies or first-year players,
Levitre, Andy           Luh-vee-tree                               McKelvin ranks first in team history with 1,468 KR yards.
Mitchell, Kawika        kuh-VEE-ka                                 He passed Eric Moulds’ rookie record of 1,205 yards.
Omon, Xavier            oh-Mon
Owens, Terrell          Terrell (like Darrell)                           MOST KR YARDS, ROOKIE/FIRST-YEAR PLAYER
Posluszny, Paul         Poz-LUS-nee                                       RK. PLAYER,YEAR            YARDS
Rhodes, Dominic         dom-in-EEK                                        1. Leodis McKelvin, 2008   1,468
Schouman, Derek         SHOE-man                                          2. Eric Moulds, 1996       1,205
Spann, Antwain          Span
Stupar, Jonathan        stew-PAR                                        McKelvin’s 52 attempts are tied with Eric Moulds for
Whitner, Donte          Don-tay                                    the most among Bills rookies/first-year players.

                                                                         MOST KR ATTEMPTS, ROOKIE/FIRST-YEAR PLAYER
                     KEY DATES                                            RK. PLAYER,YEAR           ATTEMPTS
                                                                          T1. Leodis McKelvin, 2008 52
                                                                          T1. Eric Moulds, 1996      52
 •     Jan. 9-10 - Wild Card Playoffs
                                                                          T3. Max Anderson, 1968     39
•     Jan. 16-17 - Divisional Playoffs                                         Darick Holmes, 1995   39
•     Jan. 2 - Conference Championships
•     Jan. 31 - AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, South Florida
•     Feb. 7 - Super Bowl XLIV, South Florida


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                                                  OFFENSIVE POSITION RECAP
                     QUARTERBACKS                                                                WIDE RECEIVERS
                                                                                 Returning Starter
                                                                               83 Evans, Lee           WR 5’10 197 6 Wisconsin
 Returning Starter                                                           Returning Reserves
5 Edwards, Trent        QB     6’4    231     3 Stanford                     11 Parrish, Roscoe        WR 5’9         171 5 Miami
Returning Reserves                                                           13 Johnson, Steve         WR 6’2         202 2 Kentucky
10 Hamdan, Gibran       QB     6’4    220     3 Indiana                      15 Huggins, Felton        WR 6’2         186 1 Southeastern La.
16 Baker, Matt          QB     6’2    217     1 North Carolina               17 Jenkins, Justin        WR 6’0         207 3 Mississippi State
Newcomer                                                                     18 Hawthorne, CJ          WR 5’11 168 1 Hawaii
14 Fitzpatrick, Ryan    QB     6’2    225     4 Harvard                      82 Reed, Josh             WR 5’10 210 8 LSU
                                                                             Newcomers
     Trent Edwards will start his second full season after becom-            81 Owens, Terrell         WR 6’3         224 14 Tennessee-Chatt
ing the sixth second-year quarterback to lead his team to a 4-0              87 Smith, Shaine          WR 6’2         189 1 Hofstra
start in 2008. Edwards ranked fourth in the NFL (second in the               Active/Physically Unable to Perform
AFC) with 106.3 fourth quarter passer rating, and sixth in the NFL           84 Hardy, James           WR 6’5         220 2 Indiana
(fifth in AFC) in completion percentage with 65.5. Gibran Ham-                      The Bills have added depth to their wide receiving team in
dan and Ryan Fitzpatrick continue to take second team reps in                2009. In 2008, Lee Evans started all 16 games making it 42 con-
practice followed by Matt Baker.                                             secutive starts. Evans led the Bills with 63 receptions and 1,017
                                                                             receiving yards, and ranked fourth in the AFC with 16.1 yards per
                                                                             reception average. His longest reception was for 87 yards for a
          RUNNING BACKS/FULLBACKS                                            touchdown. Fourteenth-year veteran WR Terrell Owens will join
                                                                             Evans on the outside after being acquired by the Bills as a 2009
 Returning Starter                                                           free agent. Owens has totaled 951 career receptions for 14,122
23    Lynch, Marshawn        RB      5’11 215      3   California            receiving yards, and is tied for sixth in receptions with former
Returning Reserves                                                           Buffalo Bill Andre Reed in NFL history. He ranks second behind
22    Jackson, Fred          RB      6’1 215       3   Coe College           WR Jerry Rice (197) with 139 career touchdown receptions and
44    Omon, Xavier           RB      5’11 227      2   NW Missouri           has caught at least one pass in 183 consecutive regular season
Newcomer                                                                     games. Josh Reed will return for his eighth season with the Bills
33    Rhodes, Dominic        RB      5’9 203       9   Midwestern St.        as a slot receiver. Reed posted his third 50-catch season and
38    McIntyre, Corey        FB      6’0 258       5   West Virginia         597 receiving yards, in 2008, while starting in 13 games. Roscoe
42    Hall, Bruce            RB      5’11 205      1   Mississippi           Parrish will look to be a silent weapon this season after playing
Injured Reserve                                                              in 13 games last year and having 24 receptions for 232 yards.
25    Hairston, Justise      RB      6’1    210    1   Central Con.          Justin Jenkins saw action on special teams in 2008 and contin-
                                                                             ues to take reps in Training Camp. CJ Hawthorne and Shaine
       Marshawn Lynch looks to capture a third straight 1,000                Smith continue to take reps at camp. Felton Huggins returns to
yard rushing season after rushing for 1,036 yards in 2008. Lynch             camp after spending two seasons on the practice squad. James
also set a new career-high record in 2008 with eight rushing                 Hardy has been placed on the active/ physically unable to per-
touchdowns. Third-year back Fred Jackson made two starts in                    form list.
16 games last year, rushing for 571 yards on 130 attempts with
three touchdowns and 37 receptions for 317 yards. Lynch and                                    OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
Jackson have both taken first team reps during training camp
along with veteran Dominic Rhodes who was acquired dur-                       Returning Starters
ing this year’s free agency. Rhodes played in 15 games for the               60     Butler, Brad           G      6’7 315       4 Virginia
Indianapolis Colts last year rushing for 538 yards. Bruce Hall,              68     Walker, Langston       T      6’8 366       8 California
                                                                             73     Chambers, Kirk         T      6’7 315       5 Stanford
Xavier Omon, an Corey McIntyre continue to take third team
                                                                             Returning Reserve
reps at Training Camp. RB Justise Hairston was placed on                     77     Bell, Demetrius        T      6’5 307       1 N’western St.
 injured reserve.                                                            Newcomers
                                                                             61     Philip, Marvin         C      6’1 307       1 California
                         TIGHT ENDS                                          62     Rodd, Brandon          OL     6’4 305       1 Arizona State
                                                                             63     Hangartner, Geoff      C      6’5 301       5 Texas A&M
                                                                             66     McKinney, Seth         OL     6’3 310       8 Texas A&M
                                                                             67     Levitre, Andy          OL     6’2 305       R Oregon State
Returning Starter                                                            70     Wood, Eric             OL     6’4 315       R Louisville
80 Schouman, Derek           TE      6’2   223 3       Boise State           74     Hennesey, Nick         OL     6’5 291       R Colgate
Returning Reserves                                                           76     Denman, Chris          OL     6’7 315       1 Fresno State
86 Fine, Derek               TE      6’3   247 2       Kansas                79     Scott, Jonathan        T      6’6 318       3 Texas
Newcomers                                                                           Four of five starters return to the O-Line from 2008. Brad
48 McCall, Travis            TE      6’2   276 R       Alabama               Butler started and played at right guard in 13 games last year.
88 Stupar, Jonathan          TE      6’3   254 1       Virginia              Langston Walker started every game last year and blocked a kick.
89 Nelson, Shawn             TE      6’5   240 R       Southern Miss.        Kirk Chambers played 16 games and started for four of them. Geoff
                                                                             Hangartner will look to round out the starting positions after being
     Derek Schouman appeared in all 16 games in 2008, with 12                signed as an unrestricted free agent from the Carolina Panthers. He
starts posting for 15 catches for 153 yards and one touchdown.               started at center and guard in eight of his 16 games played last year.
Second-year TE Derek Fine played in 10 games starting in five of              Draft picks Andy Levitre and Eric Wood look to battle for a starting
them. During his NFL debut against Miami (10/26/08) he made a                position. Wood was taken as the Bills’ second pick in the 1st round
                                                                             (28th overall) from Louisville. Levitre was taken in the 2nd round
key block on RB Marshawn Lynch’s eight-yard touchdown. Travis
                                                                             (51st overall). Demetrius Bell, Marvin Philip, Brandon Rodd, Seth
McCall and Jonathan Stupar and Shawn Nelson have seen con-
                                                                             McKinney, Nick Hennesey, Chris Denman, and Jonathan Scott
sistent reps through camp. Nelson was the Bills’ 21st pick of the 4th         continue to take reps at training camp.
   round (121st overall) in the 2009 NFL draft.

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                                               DEFENSIVE POSITION RECAP
                DEFENSIVE LINEMEN                                                      LINEBACKERS - CONT’D

 Returning Starters
90 Kelsay, Chris          DE   6’4   261   7   Nebraska                  interceptions. Keith Ellison started 14 games and made 82 tack-
94 Schobel, Aaron         DE   6’4   243   9   TCU                       les, and a fumble recovery. Second-year man Jon Corto will look
95 Williams, Kyle         DT   6’1   306   4   LSU                       to continue to be a threat on the special teams unit. Corto played
99 Stroud, Marcus         DT   6’6   310   9   Georgia                   in all 16 games and was responsible for forcing a fumble in the
Returning Reserves                                                       third quarter on kickoff coverage in his NFL debut against Seattle.
91 Johnson, Spencer       DT   6’3   286   6   Auburn                    It was recovered by K Rian Lindell and led to a touchdown on
92 Denney, Ryan           DE   6’7   264   8   BYU                       the next play, increasing Buffalo’s lead. Both Alvin Bowen and
93 Ellis, Chris           DE   6’4   261   2   Virginia Tech             Marcus Buggs look to make appearances this season after
96 Bryan, Copeland        DE   6’4   253   2   Arizona                   suffering injuries last season. Nic Harris, Bills’ 5th round draft
97 McCargo, John          DT   6’2   307   4   NC State                  pick (147th overall), Ashlee Palmer, Pat Thomas, and David
Newcomers                                                                Lindquist continue to take reps at camp. LB John DiGiorgio
58 Maybin, Aaron          DE 6’4 250 R Penn State                        has been placed on injured reserve. Mace joins the Bills at Train-
71 McGhee, Jermaine       DE 6’2 257 1 Prairie View A&M                  ing Camp again after spending the 2007 and 2008 seasons on
98 Smith, Marcus          DE 6’4 295 1 Arizona                           Buffalo’s practice squad.

       Chris Kelsay, Kyle Williams and Marcus Stroud
started and played all 16 games in 2008. Kelsay had 82 total
tackles, two sacks, and one forced fumble. The 2008 season                                 DEFENSIVE BACKS
marked Kelsay’s second season with 80-plus tackles. Wil-
liams had 81 total tackles, two sacks, and one forced fumble.             Returning Starters
Stroud had a great first year with the Bills with 85 total tack-          20 Whitner, Donte    S  5’10 208           4   Ohio State
les, 2.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries, and four tackles for a            24 McGee, Terrence CB 5’9 198              7   Northwestern State
loss. Aaron Schobel started five games last year before going             26 Youboty, Ashton   CB 5’11 189           4   Ohio State
on injured reserve following a lingering foot injury from week           28 McKelvin, Leodis CB 5’10 184            2   Troy
seven. Schobel is approaching 70 sacks going into the 2009               Returning Reserves
season with 68.0. Copeland Bryan played in 15 games last                 21 Wendling, John    S  6’1 222            3   Wyoming
year earning 14 total tackles, one sack, a forced fumble and             27 Corner, Reggie    CB 5’9 175            2   Akron
one fumble recovery. John McCargo played in seven games                  30 Simpson, Ko       S  6’1 202            3   South Carolina
and had three tackles. Chris Ellis played in seven games get-            35 Fox, Dustin       CB 5’11 200           5   Ohio State
ting seven total tackles before being placed on injured reserve          37 Wilson, George    S  6’0 212            4   Arkansas
in week 13. Spencer Johnson played in 16 games and had                   43 Scott, Bryan      S  6’1 219            7   Penn State
57 total tackles and two sacks. Ryan Denney played in 16                 Newcomers
games, starting in 11 of them, and had 94 total tackles, four            29 Florence, Drayton CB 6’0 195            7 Tuskegee
sacks, and a forced fumble. Jermaine McGhee and Marcus                   36 Spann, Antwain    CB 6’0 200            3 Louisiana-Lafayette
Smith continue to take reps in camp. Bills’ 11th overall draft           40 Sargeant, Lydell  DB 6’1 187            R Penn State
pick, Aaron Maybin, from Penn State is unsigned (as of                   46 Lankster, Ellis   DB 5’9 190            R West Virginia
   8/2/09).                                                              47 Harris, Cary      DB 5’11 187           R USC
                      LINEBACKERS                                        ACTIVE/NON FOOTBALL INJURY
                                                                         31 Byrd, Jairus      DB 5’10 200           R Oregon
 Returning Starters                                                             Donte Whitner looks to lead the secondary again in
51 Posluszny, Paul        LB 6’1     238   3 Penn State                  2009. Last year, Whitner finished first on the team with three
55 Mitchell, Kawika       LB 6’1     253   7 South Florida               forced fumbles and had 63 total tackles and a sack. Terrence
56 Ellison, Keith         LB 6’0     229   4 Oregon State                McGee will also look to be a cornerstone of the secondary. Mc-
Returning Reserves                                                       Gee led the Bills in passes defended with 21 and led the defen-
50 Bowen, Alvin           LB 6’1 222       1 Iowa State                  sive backs in tackles with 69. McGee had three interceptions
53 Buggs, Marcus          LB 5’10 223      2 Vanderilt                   and was also a threat on special teams. Leodis McKelvin will
57 Corto, Jon             LB 6’1 220       2 Sacred Heart                look to be a special force on the defensive backs and special
Newcomers                                                                teams after earning 20 tackles and two interceptions for 64
54 Harris, Nic            LB 6’2     232   R   Oklahoma                  yards in 2008. Ashton Youboty played in five games, starting
59 Thomas, Pat            LB 6’1     237   5   North Carolina St.        two of them, and posted 21 total tackles, a sack, and a forced
64 Palmer, Ashlee         LB 6’1     236   R   Mississippi               fumble, before being placed on injured reserve. Bryan Scott
65 Lindquist, David       DL 6’2     292   R   Illinois                  and George Wilson will look to earn a lot of playing time this
75 Mace, Corey            DL 6’3     287   2   Wyoming                   year. They both played in every game last year and together
Injured Reserve                                                          earned 76 tackles and 2.5 sacks. John Wendling was mainly
52 DiGiorgio, John        LB 6’2     229   4 Saginaw Valley St.          on special teams in 2008. Reggie Corner played in 12 games
                                                                         and was one of four rookie defensive backs to force a fumble
      The Bills added a numbed of key parts to their defense in          and recover a fumble in 2008. Drayton Florence, Lydell
2008 and it showed. Middle linebacker Paul Posluszny is among            Sargeant, Ellis Lankster and Cary Harris continue to take
the AFC LB leaders. Posluszny started all 16 games posting               reps at camp. Second round draft pick (42nd overall) Jairus
129 total tackles, 87 of them solos. He also had an interception,        Byrd will look to take reps at camp after being cleared to play
forced a fumble, and had a fumble recovery which was the first            following sports hernia surgery. Antwain Spann joins the Bills
of his NFL career. Second-year man Kawika Mitchell will also             after a three year stint with the New England Patriots.
look to add to his numbers in 2009. He started 15 games in 2008
 earning 91 tackles, four sacks, two forced fumbles, and two


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         SPECIALISTS POSITION RECAP                                                        BY THE NUMBERS
              KICKERS AND PUNTERS
                                                                          •   1st - Head Coach Dick Jauron posted his first career 4-0
 Returning Starters                                                           start in 2008.
8   Moorman, Brian         P  6’0 172 9 Pittsburg State                   •   1st - When QB Trent Edwards completed his 18-yard
9   Lindell, Rian          K  6’3 233 10 Washington St.                       touchdown pass to RB Marshawn Lynch in the second
72 Neill, Ryan             LS 6’3 253 3 Rutgers                               quarter in Week 11 it marked the first time in NFL
Newcomers                                                                     history that a Stanford product (Edwards) threw a
69 Sanborn, Garrison       LS 6’0 240 R Florida State                         touchdown pass to a California product (Lynch).
                                                                          •   2 - Wins needed to post 350 regular season wins in
      Brian Moorman and Rian Lindell continue to excel as                     franchise history.
punter and kicker. Moorman finished the 2008 season with 58                •   4 - Number of 100 yard games WR Lee Evans had in
punts for 2,557 yards, for a 44.1 yard gross average and 23                   2008, setting a new career-high for a single-season.
kicks inside the 20. Lindell was 30 for 38 with a career-high 124         •   4 - The number of fourth quarter comebacks by QB
points, and had his season-long of 53 yards against the NY Jets
                                                                              Trent Edwards in 2008, setting a new team record.
on November 12, 2008. Lindell has a field goal percentage of
98.0%. Ryan Neill returns for his third season as the Bills’ full-
                                                                          •   6 - QB Trent Edwards became the sixth QB in team
time long snapper. Garrison Sanborn continues to practice with                history to rush for two touchdowns in one game.
special teams at training camp.                                               Edwards ran for two scores vs. Kansas City. The last
                                                                              time a Bills QB ran for two TDs was Jack Kemp on
                                                                              10/30/1966.
                       RETURNERS                                          •   6th - QB Trent Edwards became the sixth second-year
                                                                              quarterback since 1984 to start 4-0 joining Drew Brees
 Kick Return – Returning Starter                                              (2002), Daunte Culpepper (2000), Kurt Warner (1999),
28 McKelvin, Leodis     CB 5’10       184 2 Troy                              Dieter Brock (1985) and Dan Marino (1984).
Returning Reserves                                                        •   6 - Number of blocked field goals posted by Langston
22 Jackson, Fred        RB 6’1        215 3 Coe College                       Walker in his career. He posted his first in a Bills uniform
24 McGee, Terrence      CB 5’9        198 7 N’western. State                  in week 8 vs. Miami.
Punt Return – Returning Starter                                           •   7 - Kickoff return touchdowns posted by Buffalo
11 Parrish, Roscoe      WR 5’9        171 5 Miami                             Bills rookies in franchise history. Leodis McKelvin
Returning Reserves                                                            recorded the 7th on Monday night in Week 11 against
22 Jackson, Fred        RB 6’1        215 3 Coe College                       Cleveland with a 98-yard TD return. He’s the first
28 McKelvin, Leodis     CB 5’10       184 2 Troy                              Bills rookie to achieve the feat since Eric Moulds on
                                                                              November 24, 1996 vs. the New York Jets.
       Buffalo’s return team looks to continue to be an immediate         •   28 - Length of Josh Reed’s current game reception
threat in 2009. Second-year man Leodis McKelvin will expand                   streaks. It’s the longest of his career.
on last year’s success in the return game. McKelvin ranks                 •   54 - The number of points scored by Buffalo in Week
second in the NFL with 1,416 kick off return yards and third in
                                                                              12 at Kansas City in 2008, ranking as the second-most
the NFL with a 28.2 kick return average and ran a return back
                                                                              in a single game and the most in a road game in team
for a touchdown. Running back Fred Jackson will be a capable
replacement for McKelvin along with cornerback Terrence                       history.
McGee.                                                                    •   61.7 - McKelvin’s kick return average against Cleve-
       Fifth-year wide receiver and punt returner Roscoe Parrish              land in Week 11 in 2008. The total set a new team
is the NFL’s all-time leader in career punt return average at 14.0            single-game record breaking Max Anderson’s mark of
and has returned 94 punts for a total of 1,312 yards. Running                 52.33 set on September 22, 1968 at Cincinnati.
back Fred Jackson and cornerback Leodis McKelvin will be                  •   68 - The number of career games it took for Lee Evans
more than capable reserves.                                                   to reach 4,000 career receiving yards. He tied Frank
                                                                              Lewis for the record for fastest Bill to 4,000.
                                                                          •   70 - The number of career games it took Lee Evans to
         BILLS RETURN TDS SINCE 1960                                          reach 250 career receptions. He tied Peerless Price as
                                                                              the second fastest player in team history to reach the
        Since 1960, the Buffalo Bills have totaled 42 return                  mark.
touchdowns combined - tying the Bills with the Browns and                 •   91 - Consecutive games the Bills have played without
Steelers as the 10th most in professional football history                    going into overtime. It’s the longest active streak in
according to statspass.com.                                                   the NFL.
              NFL TEAM RETURN TDS - ALL-TIME                              •   124 - The number of points K Rian Lindell totaled in
RK. TEAM-YEARS                  TOTAL TD KR TD PR TD                          2008 with his 12 points in Week 16, marking a new
1. Chicago Bears 1920 -         74             42       32
                                                                              career-high. Lindell has five 100-plus point seasons
2. Detroit Lions 1930 -         70             28       42
                                                                              in his career.
3. Green Bay Packers 1921 - 66                 29       37
T4. Arizona Cardinals 1920 - 61                25       36                •   282 - Number of consecutive PATs kicked by Rian Lin-
T4. St. Louis Rams 1937 -       61             29       32                    dell in his career. He holds the NFL record with the
6. Washington Redskins 1932 -59                24       35                    most consecutive PATs to start a career.
7. Philadelphia Eagles 1933 - 50               25       25                •   696 - Number of games since a Bills rookie CB last
8. San Francisco 49ers 1950 - 48               20       28                    had a multi-interception game (Booker Edgerson,
9. New York Giants 1925 -       45             19       26                    11/18/62). Leodis McKelvin posted two INTs vs. Kan-
T10. Buffalo Bills 1960 -       42             22       20                    sas City in week 12 and returned his first pick for a
T10. Cleveland Browns 1950 - 42                18       24                    touchdown.
 T10. Pittsburgh Steelers 1933 - 42            19       23

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                                         WHAT’S THE WORD AT TRAINING CAMP
Head Coach Dick Jauron:
“As much as we can, we like both sides to come off the ball aggressively. Clearly we don’t cut on offense. We don’t cut our own players.
We try to stay off the ground as much as we can, but that being said, we go after it. And they’re all competitive guys. They wouldn’t be
here if they weren’t and they’re very proud. So if they get the upper hand on one play, you know that guy’s coming a little harder the
next play.”

QB Trent Edwards:
“The thing I like about him (WR Terrell Owens) is he’s not really ever taking a play off. He’s running hard. He’s striding out…He’s moving
just as fast as our fastest receivers on the field and that’s encouraging to me that he’ll come back to the huddle after running an 18-yard
comeback and he’ll run down a streak throw for you.”

WR Terrell Owens:
“I think once you get the pads on it’s like knocking the rust off a little bit. Some guys are eager to pop each other a little bit.”

“That’s one of the reason’s that lured me here( speaking of QB Trent Edwards talent). Other than that, I’m looking forward to the day to
day process and getting to know each other on and off the field, and once we get that, the sky’s the limit for this team. There’s a lot of
talent here.”

WR Lee Evans:
“It’s good and it’s exciting. Like I talked about before, it’s one of those things where we realized how many weapons, how much poten-
tial we have and now it’s about ‘how do we bring it out?’”

“I learned young in my career, everyday you have to get better at something, so as we progress through training camp and even into
the season, everyday I just try to get better at one thing or another. If I can do that, then the personal goals will come.”

RB Dominic Rhodes:
“This is probably the first place I’ve been, other than the late-night practices, where the fans are just here and its packed every day, so
its definitely a great atmosphere. They make you want to come out here and work hard and give them something to cheer about.”

OL Eric Wood:
“I’ve always lived by that there are two things you can control on the football field: attitude and effort. I’m always going to bring my effort
and I’m always going to bring a good attitude.”

OL Andy Levitre:
“I’m glad to be here and ready to get started. Too bad it was a couple days late, but I’m excited as heck to be here.”

CB Leodis McKelvin:
“We’re trying to start fast and finish strong- that’s our theme for this year.”

CB Drayton Florence:
“First group, second group, no matter what group I’m in, I’m just out here trying to get better and help Buffalo win ball games.”

“I saw big Marcus Stroud running down the field chasing Marshawn Lynch down. So when you got your D-lineman running downfield 40
yards, you’ve got to suck it up once that two-minute drill starts.”

LB Paul Posluszny:
“(The responsibility) is on every one of us…on the line, we have to get pressure on the quarterbacks, so the great thing is that it all
works together. You get pressure on the quarterback, he forces some throws, we get some picks, and then it continues to grow like
that.”

“We have a lot of confidence in our abilities, and we know what we can do on the field. Now we just have to make the plays and win
games. Talking about it is one thing, but during the season we have to go out and do what we need to do to win.”

S Donte Whitner:
“My Grandmom died from cancer in March and I wear (a pink mouthpiece) to signify my love for her and show my support to everybody
that’s dealing with cancer, going through cancer, has a loved one that’s died from cancer….when I lost her, I lost a piece of myself and
I’ll continue to wear that mouthpiece.”

DT Kyle Williams:
“It’s another opportunity to go out and prepare yourself. It’s fun. We get to go to where the Hall of Fame is, we get to see our owner and
Bruce Smith go in, which is awesome for those guys. And it’s an awesome treat for us to go out and represent those guys in a game.”

DE Chris Kelsay:
“It’s (Terrell Owens’ fan attention) awesome. It brings an extra spark to our training camp, to the team, to our organization, and to be a
part of that is special.”




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                 RECORD WHEN ...                                                     ROSTER FACTS

      Since the arrival of the current coaching staff in
2006, the Bills have posted the following records when the         Oldest Bills Player: WR Terrell Owens, 35, Born
team has reached the following statistical marks:                  12/7/1973

•   16-9 ... when the Bills post more than 275 total yards         Youngest Bills Player: DE Aaron Maybin, 21, Born
    of offense.                                                    4/6/1988
•   14-7 ... when the Bills hold the ball more than 30 min-
    utes.                                                          Heaviest Bills Player: OL Langston Walker, 366
•   13-4 ... when the Bills take a lead into halftime.
•   12-3 ... when the Bills hold the opponent under 15             Lightest Bills Player: WR Roscoe Parrish, 171
    points.
•   12-4 ... when the Bills score more than 22 points.             Tallest Bills Player: OL Langston Walker, 6-8
•   12-5 ... when the defense holds the opponent under
    300 total yards.                                               Shortest Bills Player: CB Reggie Corner, DB Ellis
•   10-2 ... when the Bills force three or more turnovers.         Lankster, CB Terrence McGee, WR Roscoe Parrish, RB
•   10-3 ... when the Bills post a completion percentage           Dominic Rhodes, 5-9
    above 68 percent.
•   10-6 ... when holding the opponent under 100 yards             Coaches who played in the NFL: 5- Dick Jauron , Turk
    rushing.                                                       Schonert, Ray Brown, Alex Van Pelt, Adrian White
•   8-2 ... when the Bills hold the opponent under 13
    points.                                                        Most Seasons with the Bills: 9 season - P Brian Moor-
•   8-3 ... when the defense posts two interceptions in a          man and DE Aaron Schobe
    game.
                                                                   Most NFL seasons: 14 - WR Terrell Owens
        TOP BILLS TRADES SINCE 2006
                                                                   Closest to Home: LB Jon Corto, Orchard Park, NY

      The Buffalo Bills acquired two 2009 draft picks and          Furthest from Home: Brandon Rodd, 4,695 miles from
one in 2010 from the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for           Honolulu, Hawaii
OT Jason Peters.
     Below is a look at some of the team’s top trades              State producing the most Bills: California, 17: Copeland
since 2006:                                                        Bryant, Chris Deman, Trent Edwards, Keith Ellison, Gibran
                                                                   Hamdan, Cary Harris, Steve Johnson, Andy Levitre, Mar-
•   4/6/06 – Acquired 2006 fifth-round draft pick (134th            shawn Lynch, Jermaine McGhee, Ashley Palmer, Marvin
    overall - DT Kyle Williams) from Houston for WR Eric           Phillip, Lydell Sargeant, Marcus Smith, Antwain Spann,Pat
    Moulds                                                         Thomas, Langston Walker
•   4/30/06 – Acquired first-round pick (26th overall
    – John McCargo) from Chicago for second-round pick             College with the most Bills: 4 –Penn State: DE Aaron
    (42nd overall – S Danieal Manning) and third-round             Maybin, LB Paul Posluszny, DB Lydell Sargeant and S
    pick (73rd overall – DT Dusty Dvoracek)                        Bryan Scott.
•   3/8/07 – Acquired 2007 third-round draft pick (92nd
    overall - Trent Edwards) and seventh round pick                Bills from NCAA Division II or III colleges: 3 – P Brian
    (239th overall - DE CJ Ah You) and a third round pick          Moorman (Pittsburg State, II), RB Fred Jackson (Coe, III),
    in 2008 from Baltimore for RB Willis McGahee.                  RB Xavier Omon (NW Missouri, II)
•   3/26/07 – Acquired DT Darwin Walker and a 2008
    seventh-round draft pick (224th overall – WR Steve             Former Bills 1st round picks: 6 - S Donte Whitner, RB
    Johnson) from Philadelphia for LB Takeo Spikes and             Marshawn Lynch, CB/KR Leodis McKelvin, DE Aaron May-
    QB Kelly Holcomb.                                              bin, OL Eric Wood, WR Lee Evans, DT John McCargo
•   4/28/07 – Acquired 2007 second-round draft pick (34th
    overall – LB Paul Posluszny) from Detroit for second-          Pro Bowlers:6- WR Terrell Owens, RB Marshawn Lynch,
    round pick (43rd overall – QB Drew Stanton) and third-         DE Aaron Schobel, CB Terrence McGee, P Brian Moor-
    round pick (74th overall – Lions traded to Baltimore).         man, DT Marcus Stroud
•   7/30/07 – Acquired 2008 fifth-round pick (143rd overall
    – pick was traded to Jacksonville in Marcus Stroud             Bills with playoff experience: 8- WR Terrell Owens, DT
    trade) from Chicago for DT Darwin Walker.                      Spencer Johnson, LB Kawika Mitchell, S Bryan Scott, DT
•   3/1/08 – Acquired Marcus Stroud from Jacksonville for          Marcus Stroud, OL Langston Walker, RB Dominic Rhodes,
    a third-round pick (from Baltimore in McGahee trade)           CB Drayton Florence
    and a fifth-round pick (from Chicago in Walker trade).
•   4/17/09 - Acquired 2009 first-round draft pick (28th            Bills with Super Bowl victories: 2 - LB Kawika Mitchell
    overall - OL Eric Wood) and fourth-round draft pick            (Super Bowl XLII w/ NY Giants); RB Dominic Rhodes (XLI,
    (121st overall - TE Shawn Nelson) (from Philadelphia           with Indianapolis Colts)
     in OT Jason Peters trade)

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                     NOTEWORTHY BILLS RECORDS FROM 2008 SEASON


TEAM RECORDS ESTABLISHED
Fewest penalties, 16-game season: 71 (old record: 78 in 2007)
Fewest penalty yards, 16-game season: 538 (old record: 629 in 2006)
Fewest penalty first downs, 16-game season: 13 (old record: 15 in 1988)
Highest pass completion percentage, season: 64.51% (309-479) [old record: 64.34% in 1991
(332-516)]
Highest punt return average, season: 15.47 (30-464) (old record: 15.35 (31-476) in 2007)

TEAM RECORDS TIED
Most 2-point PATs, game: 1 9/28 at St. Louis (also on 23 other occasions, last: 11/11/07 at Miami)
Most punt return touchdowns, game: 1 9/7 vs. Seattle
(also on 19 other occasions, last: 9/9/07 vs. Denver)
Most kickoff return touchdowns, game: 1 11/17 vs. Cleveland
(also on 21 other occasions, last: 10/8/07 vs. Dallas)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS ESTABLISHED
Most consecutive PATs made: 186 Rian Lindell, 9/7/03 vs. New England – 12/21/08 at Denver
(old record: 172, Steve Christie, 11/26/95 vs. New England - 12/23/00 at Seattle)
Most consecutive passes completed: 16 Trent Edwards, 9/7 vs. Seattle (6) – 9/14 at Jacksonville
(10) (old record: 15, Jim Kelly, 12/23/89 at N.Y. Jets (1) – 9/9/90 vs. Indianapolis (14)
Highest pass completion percentage, career: 61.59% Trent Edwards (396-643)
[old record: 60.48%, Rob Johnson, 1998-2001 (401-663)]
Highest pass completion percentage, game: 83.33% Trent Edwards (25-30), 10/19 vs. San Diego
(old record: 82.86%, Jim Kelly (29-35), 11/24/94 at Detroit)
Most punt return yards, career: 1,312 Roscoe Parrish, 2005-08 (old record: 1,045, Jeff Burris,
1994-97)
Most punt return yards, game: 120 Roscoe Parrish, 9/7 vs. Seattle (old record: 104, Roscoe Par-
rish, 11/26/06 vs. Jacksonville)
Most kickoff returns, rookie or first-year player, season: 52 Leodis McKelvin (old record: 52, Eric
Moulds, 1996
Most kickoff return yards, rookie or first-year player, season: 1,468 Leodis McKelvin (old record:
1,205, Eric Moulds, 1996)
Highest kickoff return average, game: 61.67, Leodis McKelvin (3-185), vs. Cleveland 11/17
(old record: 52.33, Max Anderson (3-157), 9/22/68 at Cincinnati)
Most interception touchdowns, season: 2 Jabari Greer (also on six other occasions, last: Takeo
Spikes, 2004)
Most punts inside the 20, game: 5 Brian Moorman, 9/28 at St. Louis
(also on eight other occasions, last: Brian Moorman, 9/17/06 at Miami)
Most punt return touchdowns, career: 3, Roscoe Parrish, 2005-08 (also: Keith Moody, 1976-79)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS EXTENDED / RETAINED
Highest PAT percentage, career: 100.00% (186-186) Rian Lindell, 2003-08
[entered season with: 100.00% (152-152)]
Highest field goal percentage, career: 83.05% (147-177) Rian Lindell, 2003-08
[entered season with: 84.17% (117-139)]
Highest punting average, career: 43.17 (610-26,332) Brian Moorman, 2001-08
[entered season with: 43.07 (552-23,775)]
Highest punt return average, career: 13.96 (94-1,312) Roscoe Parrish, 2005-08
[entered season with: 13.56 (73-990)]
Most kickoff returns, career: 206, Terrence McGee, 2003-08 (entered season with 203)
Most yards, kickoff returns, career: 5,420, Terrence McGee, 2003-08 (entered season with 5,358)




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BUFFALO BILLS / WEEK 17 / THROUGH SUNDAY, DECEMBER   28, 2008
WON 7, LOST 9                                        * RUSHING                 No. Yds    Avg Long TD
09/07 W 34-10     Seattle                71,194      Lynch                    250 1036    4.1 50    8
09/14 W 20-16     at Jacksonville        65,167      Jackson                  130 571     4.4 32    3
09/21 W 24-23     Oakland                71,297      Edwards                   36 117     3.3 15t 3
09/28 W 31-14     at St. Louis           61,017      Losman                    12   70    5.8 17    2
10/05 L 17-41     at Arizona             63,830      Evans                       1  22 22.0 22      0
10/19 W 23-14     San Diego              71,602      Parrish                     2    9   4.5   9   0
10/26 L 16-25     at Miami               65,011      Ellison                     1    6   6.0   6   0
11/02 L 17-26     New York Jets          71,827      Steve Johnson               1    6   6.0   6   0
11/09 L 10-20     at New England         68,756      Omon                        6    5   0.8   2   0
11/17 L 27-29     Cleveland              71,645      TEAM                     439 1842    4.2 50 16
11/23 W 54-31     at Kansas City         73,584      OPPONENTS                455 1946    4.3 72t 18
11/30 L 3-10      San Francisco          70,988      * RECEIVING               No. Yds    Avg Long TD
12/07 L 3-16      Miami                  52,134      Evans                     63 1017 16.1 87t 3
12/14 L 27-31     at New York Jets       78,548      Reed                      56 597 10.7 24       1
12/21 W 30-23     at Denver              74,539      Lynch                     47 300     6.4 42    1
12/28 L 0-13      New England            71,282      Jackson                   37 317     8.6 65    0
                        Buff.      Opp.              Royal                     33 351 10.6 30t 1
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS           287         293          Parrish                   24 232     9.7 22    1
  Rushing                   107         113          Schouman                  15 153 10.2 21       1
  Passing                   167         167          Steve Johnson             10 102 10.2 21       2
  Penalty                     13         13          Fine                      10   94    9.4 20    1
  3rd Down: Made/Att     81/203     73/202           Hardy                       9  87    9.7 17    2
  3rd Down Pct.               39.9       36.1        Barnes      TM              2  34 17.0 25      0
  4th Down: Made/Att       7/16       8/16           McIntyre                    2  -1    -.5   0   0
  4th Down Pct.               43.8       50.0        Denney                      1  19 19.0 19t 1
POSSESSION AVG.           30:04      29:57           TEAM                     309 3302 10.7 87t 14
TOTAL NET YARDS            4882       5217           OPPONENTS                301 3441 11.4 84t 14
  Avg. Per Game             305.1       326.1        * INTERCEPTIONS          No. Yds    Avg Long TD
 Total Plays                956         971          McGee                     3   36 12.0     36   0
  Avg. Per Play                5.1        5.4        Greer                     2   75 37.5     42t 2
NET YARDS RUSHING          1842       1946           McKelvin                  2   64 32.0     64t 1
  Avg. Per Game             115.1       121.6        Mitchell                  2   33 16.5     32   0
  Total Rushes              439         455          Posluszny                 1    9    9.0    9   0
NET YARDS PASSING          3040       3271           TEAM                     10 217 21.7      64t 3
  Avg. Per Game             190.0       204.4        OPPONENTS                15 169 11.3      92t 1
  Sacked/Yards Lost      38/262     24/170           * PUNTING          No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
  Gross Yards              3302       3441           Moorman            58 2557 44.1 39.1 5 23 63 0
  Att./Completions      479/309    492/301           TEAM               58 2557 44.1 39.1 5 23 63 0
  Completion Pct.             64.5       61.2        OPPONENTS          64 2920 45.6 36.8 5 22 65 0
  Had Intercepted             15         10          * PUNT RETURNS         Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
PUNTS/AVERAGE             58/44.1    64/45.6         Parrish                 21 10 322 15.3 63t 1
NET PUNTING AVG.          58/39.1    64/36.8         Jackson                  7 0 116 16.6 35 0
PENALTIES/YARDS          71/538     72/540           McKelvin                 2 0     26 13.0 14 0
FUMBLES/BALL LOST         33/15      21/12           TEAM                    30 10 464 15.5 63t 1
TOUCHDOWNS                    35         34          OPPONENTS               18 12 187 10.4 21 0
  Rushing                     16         18          * KICKOFF RETURNS        No. Yds    Avg Long TD
  Passing                     14         14          McKelvin                 52 1468 28.2     98t 1
  Returns                      5          2          Jackson                  12 181 15.1      30   0
* SCORE BY PERIODS      Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS           Sp. Johnson               3   40 13.3     19   0
TEAM                    46 113 73 104     0 336      McGee                     3   62 20.7     27   0
OPPONENTS             108 76 81 77        0 342      Parrish                   2   40 20.0     25   0
* SCORING       TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT     FG S PTS       Steve Johnson             1    0    0.0    0   0
Lindell          0 0 0 0 34/34 30/38 0 124           McIntyre                  1   18 18.0     18   0
Lynch            9 8 1 0                  0 54       Wilson                    1    7    7.0    7   0
Evans            3 0 3 0                  0 20       TEAM                     75 1816 24.2     98t 1
Edwards          3 3 0 0                  0 18       OPPONENTS                63 1247 19.8     69   0
Jackson          3 3 0 0                  0 18       * FIELD GOALS        1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Greer            2 0 0 2                  0 12       Lindell              1/ 1 7/ 8 11/11 10/15 1/3
Hardy            2 0 2 0                  0 12       TEAM                 1/ 1 7/ 8 11/11 10/15 1/3
Steve Johnson    2 0 2 0                  0 12       OPPONENTS            0/ 0 8/ 9 14/15 8/11 4/6
Losman           2 2 0 0                  0 12       Lindell: (35G,38G,52B)(21G,45G)(46N,38G)(45G,
McKelvin         2 0 0 2                  0 12       35G,45G)(48G)(38G,52N,27G,44G)(19G,43G,47G)
Parrish          2 0 1 1                  0 12       (53G,43N)(25G)(26G,31G,47N)(21G,39G,34G,38G)
Denney           1 0 1 0                  0   6      (20N,22G,40N)(40G)(34G,48G)(37G,49G,28G)(47N)
Fine             1 0 1 0                  0   6      OPPONENTS: (45G)(28G,50G,39G)(23G,35G,32G)
Reed             1 0 1 0                  0   6      (51N)(47G,38G)()(46B,43G,45G,35G)(37G,26G,37N,
Royal            1 0 1 0                  0   6      20G,31G)(32G,49N,37G)(40G,33G,43G,22G,56G)
Schouman         1 0 1 0                  0   6      (45G)(50G)(50G,35G,27G,48N)(31G)(23G,30G,54N,
TEAM            35 16 14 5 34/34 30/38 0 336         43G)(33G,26N,23G)
OPPONENTS       34 18 14 2 34/34 34/41 1 342
2-Pt. Conversions: Evans, TEAM 1-1,
OPPONENTS 0-0
SACKS: Denney 4, Mitchell 4, Stroud 2.5,
Sp. Johnson 2, Kelsay 2, Williams 2,
Wilson 1.5, Bryan 1, Schobel 1, B. Scott 1,
Whitner 1, Youboty 1, (group) 1, TEAM 24,
OPPONENTS 38
FUM/LOST: Edwards 9/5, Losman 8/4,
Jackson 3/1, Evans 2/1, Lynch 2/1,
Parrish 2/1, Royal 2/2, Barnes (TM) 1/0,
McKelvin 1/0, Neill 1/0, Preston 1/0,
Schouman 1/0

* PASSING                 Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att     TD   TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating
Edwards                   374 245 2699 65.5 7.22       11   2.9 10   2.7 65    23/ 143   85.4
Losman                    104   63 584 60.6 5.62        2   1.9 5    4.8 87t 15/ 119     62.3
Moorman                     1    1  19 100.0 19.00      1 100.0 0    0.0 19t    0/   0 158.3
TEAM                      479 309 3302 64.5 6.89       14   2.9 15   3.1 87t 38/ 262     81.3
OPPONENTS                 492 301 3441 61.2 6.99       14   2.8 10   2.0 84t 24/ 170     83.2


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            BILLS DEFENSIVE AND SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS (Coaches) - 2008
DEFENSIVE TACKLES                          SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES
PLAYER       Solo   Assist   TFL   TOTAL   PLAYER       Solo  Assist   TOTAL
P. Posluszny 88     39       2     129     B. Costanzo  20    6        26
R. Denney    32     58       4     94      J. Wendling  17    1        18
K. Mitchell  46     36       9     91      G. Wilson    13    2        15
M. Stroud    37     42       6     85      J. Corto     12    2        14
K. Ellison   50     29       2     82      C. Bryan     8     4        12
C. Kelsay    28     46       8     82      R. Corner    6     2        8
K. Williams  43     31       6     80      B. Scott     5     2        7
T. McGee     60     7        2     69      J. Jenkins   6     1        7
B. Scott     48     13       4     65      J. DiGiorgio 3     3        6
K. Simpson   48     15       1     64      D. Fox       5     1        6
D. Whitner   50     12       1     63      R. Denney    4     1        5
Sp. Johnson  18     36       3     58      C. McIntyre  4     1        5
J. Greer     33     8        2     43      K. Simpson   3     1        4
A. Schobel   15     14       3     32      T. Lehman    4     0        4
L. McKelvin  23     6        0     29      L. McKelvin  3     0        3
A. Youboty   16     3        2     21      R. Lindell   3     0        3
R. Corner    17     1        0     18      R. Neill     3     0        3
C. Bryan     7      6        1     14      D. Fine      1     1        2
G. Wilson    7      3        1     11      K. Ellison   2     0        2
C. Ellis     3      4        0     7       St. Johnson  2     0        2
J. McCargo   0      3        0     3       M. Buggs     2     0        2
D. Fox       2      0        0     2       A. Youboty   1     0        1
C. Mace      1      0        0     1
                                           TOTAL        127    28      155
TOTAL        672    412      57    1143
                                           PASSES DEFENSED
                                           T. McGee     21
DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS                       J. Greer     9
J. Greer     2                             M. Stroud    8
L. McKelvin  1                             P. Posluszny 7
                                           K. Mitchell  6
INTERCEPTIONS                              B. Scott     6
T. McGee     3                             R. Corner    6
J. Greer     2                             L. McKelvin  6
L. McKelvin  2                             C. Kelsay    5
K. Mitchell  2                             R. Denney    5
P. Posluszny 1                             Sp. Johnson  3
                                           A. Youboty   2
TOTAL        10                            D. Whitner   1
                                           A. Schobel   1
DEFENSIVE FUMBLE RECOVERIES                C. Bryan     1
M. Stroud    2                             K. Simpson   1
G. Wilson    2                             K. Ellison   1
P. Posluszny 1
L. McKelvin  1                             TOTAL        89
C. Bryan     1
K. Ellison   1
B. Scott     1
R. Corner    1

TOTAL        10
                                           QUARTERBACK SACKS
                                           R. Denney   4.0
DEFENSIVE FORCED FUMBLES                   K. Mitchell 4.0
D. Whitner   3                             M. Stroud   2.5
K. Mitchell  2                             C. Kelsay   2.0
J. Greer     1                             Sp. Johnson 2.0
C. Kelsay    1                             K. Williams 2.0
L. McKelvin  1                             G. Wilson   1.5
A. Youboty   1                             A. Schobel  1.0
P. Posluszny 1                             A. Youboty  1.0
M. Stroud    1                             D. Whitner  1.0
R. Corner    1                             B. Scott    1.0
R. Denney    1                             C. Bryan    1.0
K. Williams  1
C. Bryan     1                             TOTAL        23
TOTAL        14


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NO   NAME                  POS   HT   WT      DOB      EXP        COLLEGE                   Hometown          How Acq.
16   Baker, Matt           QB    6-2  217  5/11/1983     1      North Carolina          East Lansing, MI        FA-08
77   Bell, Demetrius        T    6-5  307   5/3/1984     1    Northwestern State        Summerfield, LA        D7a-08
50   Bowen, Alvin           LB   6-1  222 12/24/1983     1        Iowa State            East Orange, NJ         D5-08
96   Bryan, Copeland        DE   6-4  253  7/14/1983     2          Arizona               San Jose, CA          FA-07
53   Buggs, Marcus          LB  5-10 223   9/21/1985     2         Vanderbilt             Madison, TN          UFA-08
60   Butler, Brad           OL   6-7  315  9/18/1983     4          Virginia             Lynchburg, VA         D5b-06
73   Chambers, Kirk          T   6-7  315  3/19/1979     5          Stanford                Provo, UT           FA-07
27   Corner, Reggie         CB   5-9  175 11/17/1983     2            Akron                Canton, OH          D4a-08
57   Corto, Jon             LB   6-1  220   9/3/1984     2       Sacred Heart          Orchard Park, NY         FA-08
76   Denman, Chris          OL   6-7  315  10/7/1983     1       Fresno State            Tehachapi, CA          FA-08
92   Denney, Ryan           DE   6-7  264  6/15/1977     8             BYU                Thornton, CO         D2b-02
 5   Edwards, Trent        QB    6-4  231 10/30/1983     3          Stanford             Los Gatos, CA          D3-07
93   Ellis, Chris           DE   6-4  261  2/11/1985     2       Virginia Tech            Hampton, VA           D3-08
56   Ellison, Keith         LB   6-0  229   2/6/1984     4       Oregon State        Redondo Beach, CA          D6-06
83   Evans, Lee            WR   5-10 197   3/11/1981     6        Wisconsin               Bedford, OH          D1a-04
86   Fine, Derek            TE   6-3  247  8/24/1983     2          Kansas                Sallisaw, OK         D4b-08
14   Fitzpatrick, Ryan     QB    6-2  225 11/24/1982     4          Harvard                Gilbert, AZ          FA-09
29   Florence, Drayton      CB   6-0  195 12/19/1980     7         Tuskegee              Waycross, GA           FA-09
35   Fox, Dustin            CB  5-11 200   10/8/1982     5        Ohio State               Canton, OH          UFA-08
42   Hall, Bruce            RB  5-11 205   3/18/1985     1       Mississippi                Milton, FL         UFA-08
10   Hamdan, Gibran        QB    6-4  220   2/8/1981     3           Indiana             San Diego, CA          FA-07
63   Hangartner, Geoff      C    6-5  301  4/22/1982     5        Texas A&M           New Braunfels, TX         FA-09
47   Harris, Cary           DB  5-11 187   3/22/1987    R              USC                Pacoima, CA           D6-09
54   Harris, Nic            LB   6-2  232  12/6/1986    R          Oklahoma              Alexandria, LA         D5-09
18   Hawthorne, CJ         WR   5-11 168 12/15/1983      1           Hawaii                 Biloxi, MS          FA-07
74   Hennessey, Nick        OL   6-5  291   7/2/1986    R           Colgate               Danvers, MA          UFA-09
15   Huggins, Felton       WR    6-2  186  2/15/1983     1  Southeastern Louisiana         Zachary, LA          FA-07
22   Jackson, Fred          RB   6-1  215  2/20/1981     3       Coe College             Fort Worth, TX         FA-06
17   Jenkins, Justin       WR    6-0  207 12/10/1980     3     Mississippi State            Pearl, MS           FA-07
91   Johnson, Spencer       DT   6-3  286 12/12/1981     6           Auburn                  Silas, AL          FA-08
13   Johnson, Steve        WR    6-2  202  7/22/1986     2         Kentucky           San Francisco, CA        D7b-08
90   Kelsay, Chris          DE   6-4  261 10/31/1979     7         Nebraska                Auburn, NE           D2-03
46   Lankster, Ellis        DB   5-9  190   6/3/1987    R        West Virginia             Whistler, AL         D7-09
67   Levitre, Andy          OL   6-2  305  5/15/1986    R        Oregon State            Los Gatos, CA         D2b-09
 9   Lindell, Rian           K   6-3  233  1/20/1977    10      Washington St.          Vancouver, WA           FA-03
65   Lindquist, David       DL   6-2  292 12/16/1985    R             Illinois          Highland Park, IL      UFA-09
23   Lynch, Marshawn        RB  5-11 215   4/22/1986     3         California             Oakland, CA           D1-07
75   Mace, Corey            DL   6-3  287 12/22/1985     2         Wyoming         Port Moody, B.C., Canada    UFA-09
58   Maybin, Aaron          DE   6-4  250   4/6/1988    R         Penn State            Ellicott City, MD      D1a-09
48   McCall, Travis         TE   6-2  276   4/6/1985    R           Alabama               Prattville, AL       UFA-09
97   McCargo, John          DT   6-2  307  8/19/1983     4   North Carolina State     Drakes Branch, VA        D1b-06
24   McGee, Terrence        CB   5-9  198 10/14/1980     7    Northwestern State           Athens, TX          D4a-03
71   McGhee, Jermaine       DE   6-2  257 12/31/1983     1     Prairie View A&M           Oakland, CA           FA-09
38   McIntyre, Corey        FB   6-0  258  1/25/1979     5       West Virginia           Indiantown, FL         FA-08
28   McKelvin, Leodis       CB  5-10 184    9/1/1985     2              Troy             Waycross, GA           D1-08
66   McKinney, Seth         OL   6-3  310  6/12/1979     8        Texas A&M                Buffalo, TX          FA-09
55   Mitchell, Kawika       LB   6-1  253 10/10/1979     7       South Florida        Winter Springs, FL        FA-08
 8   Moorman, Brian          P   6-0  172   2/5/1976     9      Pittsburg State           Sedgwick,KS           FA-01
72   Neill, Ryan            LS   6-3  253 12/12/1982     3          Rutgers             Wayne Hills, NJ         FA-06
89   Nelson, Shawn          TE   6-5  240  10/5/1985    R    Southern Mississippi         Gonzales, LA          D4-09
44   Omon, Xavier           RB  5-11 227   2/15/1985     2       NW Missouri              Beatrice, NE          D6-08
81   Owens, Terrell        WR    6-3  224  12/7/1973    14 Tennessee-Chattanooga       Alexander City, AL       FA-09
64   Palmer, Ashlee         LB   6-1  236   4/7/1986    R         Mississippi             Compton, CA          UFA-09
11   Parrish, Roscoe       WR    5-9  171  7/16/1982     5            Miami                 Miami, FL           D2-05
61   Philip, Marvin         C    6-1  307   2/3/1982     1         California          Redwood City, CA         FA-09
51   Posluszny, Paul        LB   6-1  238 10/10/1984     3        Penn State              Aliquippa, PA         D2-07
82   Reed, Josh            WR   5-10 210    5/1/1980     8              LSU                 Rayne, LA          D2a-02
33   Rhodes, Dominic        RB   5-9  203  1/17/1979     9     Midwestern State             Waco, TX            FA-09
62   Rodd, Brandon          OL   6-4  305  11/1/1985     1       Arizona State            Honolulu, HI          FA-08
69   Sanborn, Garrison      LS   6-0  240  7/31/1985    R        Florida State             Tampa, FL            FA-09
40   Sargeant, Lydell       DB   6-1  187  1/31/1987    R         Penn State              Lompoc, CA           UFA-09
94   Schobel, Aaron         DE   6-4  243   9/1/1977     9             TCU               Columbus, TX          D2a-01
80   Schouman, Derek        TE   6-2  223  3/11/1985     3        Boise State               Eagle, ID          D7a-07
43   Scott, Bryan            S   6-1  219  4/13/1981     7        Penn State            Doylestown, PA          FA-07
79   Scott, Jonathan         T   6-6  318  1/10/1983     3            Texas                 Dallas, TX          FA-08
30   Simpson, Ko             S   6-1  202  11/9/1983     3      South Carolina            Rock Hill, SC         D4-06
98   Smith, Marcus          DE   6-4  295   2/7/1984     1          Arizona              San Diego, CA          FA-08
87   Smith, Shaine         WR    6-2  189 12/25/1983     1           Hofstra              Jamaica, NY          UFA-09
36   Spann, Antwain         CB   6-0  200  2/22/1983     3    Louisiana-Lafayette       Jacksonville, NY       UFA-09
99   Stroud, Marcus         DT   6-6  310  6/25/1978     9         Georgia              Thomasville, GA        TR-08
88   Stupar, Jonathan       TE   6-3  254  7/24/1984     1          Virginia           State College, PA       UFA-08
59   Thomas, Pat            LB   6-1  237  1/26/1983     5   North Carolina State          Vallejo, CA          FA-09
68   Walker, Langston        T   6-8  366   9/3/1979     8         California             Oakland, CA           FA-07
21   Wendling, John          S   6-1  222   6/4/1983     3         Wyoming                  Cody, WY            D6-07
20   Whitner, Donte          S  5-10 208   7/24/1985     4        Ohio State             Cleveland, OH         D1a-06
95   Williams, Kyle         DT   6-1  306  6/10/1983     4              LSU                Ruston, LA          D5a-06
37   Wilson, George          S   6-0  212  3/14/1981     4         Arkansas               Paducah, KY           FA-04
70   Wood, Eric             OL   6-4  315  3/18/1986    R          Louisville            Cincinnati, OH        D1b-09
26   Youboty, Ashton        CB  5-11 189    7/7/1984     4        Ohio State                Klein, TX           D3-06
     ACTIVE/NON FOOTBALL INJURY
31   Byrd, Jairus           DB  5-10 200   10/7/1986    R            Oregon               Clayton, MO         D2a-09
     ACTIVE/PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM
84   Hardy, James          WR    6-5  220 12/24/1985     2           Indiana             Fort Wayne, IN        D2-08
     INJURED RESERVE
52   DiGiorgio, John        LB   6-2  229  6/29/1982     4   Saginaw Valley State       MacombTwp., MI         FA-06
25   Hairston, Justise      RB   6-1  210  6/27/1983     1   Central Connecticut        New Britain, CT        FA-09
                                    BUFFALO BILLS 2009 NUMERICAL ROSTER
NO   NAME                   POS    HT WT     AGE      EXP        COLLEGE                  Hometown        How Acq.
 5   Trent Edwards          QB    6-4 231      25      3           Stanford            Los Gatos, CA       D3-07
 8   Brian Moorman            P   6-0 172      33      9      Pittsburg State           Sedgwick,KS        FA-01
 9   Rian Lindell             K   6-3 233      32      10     Washington St.          Vancouver, WA        FA-03
10   Gibran Hamdan          QB    6-4 220      28      3           Indiana             San Diego, CA       FA-07
11   Roscoe Parrish         WR    5-9 171      27      5            Miami                 Miami, FL        D2-05
13   Steve Johnson          WR    6-2 202      23      2          Kentucky          San Francisco, CA      D7b-08
14   Ryan Fitzpatrick       QB    6-2 225      26      4           Harvard               Gilbert, AZ       FA-09
15   Felton Huggins         WR    6-2 186      26      1 Southeastern Louisiana          Zachary, LA       FA-07
16   Matt Baker             QB    6-2 217      26      1      North Carolina          East Lansing, MI     FA-08
17   Justin Jenkins         WR    6-0 207      28      3     Mississippi State            Pearl, MS        FA-07
18   CJ Hawthorne           WR    5-11 168     25      1            Hawaii                Biloxi, MS       UFA-08
20   Donte Whitner            S   5-10 208     24      4         Ohio State            Cleveland, OH       D1a-06
21   John Wendling            S   6-1 222      26      3          Wyoming                 Cody, WY         D6-07
22   Fred Jackson            RB   6-1 215      28      3        Coe College            Fort Worth, TX      FA-06
23   Marshawn Lynch          RB   5-11 215     23      3          California            Oakland, CA        D1-07
24   Terrence McGee          CB   5-9 198      28      7    Northwestern State           Athens, TX        D4a-03
26   Ashton Youboty          CB   5-11 189     25      4         Ohio State               Klein, TX        D3-06
27   Reggie Corner           CB   5-9 175      25      2            Akron                Canton, OH        D4a-08
28   Leodis McKelvin         CB   5-10 184     23      2              Troy             Waycross, GA        D1-08
29   Drayton Florence        CB   6-0 195      28      7          Tuskegee             Waycross, GA        FA-09
30   Ko Simpson               S   6-1 202      25      3      South Carolina            Rock Hill, SC      D4-06
33   Dominic Rhodes          RB   5-9 203      30      9     Midwestern State             Waco, TX         FA-09
35   Dustin Fox              CB   5-11 200     26      5         Ohio State              Canton, OH        FA-08
36   Antwain Spann           CB   6-0 200      26      3    Louisiana-Lafayette       Jacksonville, NC     UFA-09
37   George Wilson            S   6-0 212      28      4          Arkansas              Paducah, KY        FA-04
38   Corey McIntyre          FB   6-0 258      30      5       West Virginia           Indiantown, FL      FA-08
40   Lydell Sargeant         DB   6-1 187      22      R        Penn State              Lompoc, CA         UFA-09
42   Bruce Hall              RB   5-11 205     24      1        Mississippi               Milton, FL       UFA-08
43   Bryan Scott              S   6-1 219      28      7        Penn State            Doylestown, PA       FA-07
44   Xavier Omon             RB   5-11 227     24      2       NW Missouri              Beatrice, NE       D6-08
46   Ellis Lankster          DB   5-9 190      22      R       West Virginia            Whistler, AL       D7-09
47   Cary Harris             DB   5-11 187     22      R             USC                Pacoima, CA        D6-09
48   Travis McCall           TE   6-2 276      24      R          Alabama               Prattville, AL     UFA-09
50   Alvin Bowen             LB   6-1 222      25      1         Iowa State           East Orange, NJ      D5-08
51   Paul Posluszny          LB   6-1 238      24      3        Penn State              Aliquippa, PA      D2-07
53   Marcus Buggs            LB   5-10 223     23      2         Vanderbilt             Madison, TN        UFA-08
54   Nic Harris              LB   6-2 232      22      R         Oklahoma              Alexandria, LA      D5-09
55   Kawika Mitchell         LB   6-1 253      29      7       South Florida        Winter Springs, FL     FA-08
56   Keith Ellison           LB   6-0 229      25      4       Oregon State        Redondo Beach, CA       D6-06
57   Jon Corto               LB   6-1 220      24      2       Sacred Heart          Orchard Park, NY      FA-08
58   Aaron Maybin            DE   6-4 250      21      R        Penn State            Ellicott City, MD    D1a-09
59   Pat Thomas              LB   6-1 237      26      5    North Carolina State         Vallejo, CA       FA-09
60   Brad Butler             OL   6-7 315      25      4           Virginia            Lynchburg, VA       D5b-06
61   Marvin Philip           C    6-1 307      27      1          California         Redwood City, CA      FA-09
62   Brandon Rodd            OL   6-4 305      23      1       Arizona State            Honolulu, HI       UFA-08
63   Geoff Hangartner        C    6-5 301      27      5        Texas A&M           New Braunfels, TX      FA-09
64   Ashlee Palmer           LB   6-1 236      23      R        Mississippi             Compton, CA        UFA-09
65   David Lindquist         DL   6-2 292      23      R            Illinois         Highland Park, IL     UFA-09
66   Seth McKinney           OL   6-3 310      30      8        Texas A&M                Buffalo, TX       FA-09
67   Andy Levitre            OL   6-2 305      23      R       Oregon State            Los Gatos, CA       D2b-09
68   Langston Walker          T   6-8 366      29      8          California            Oakland, CA        FA-07
69   Garrison Sanborn        LS   6-0 240      24      R       Florida State             Tampa, FL         FA-09
70   Eric Wood               OL   6-4 315      23      R          Louisville           Cincinnati, OH      D1b-09
71   Jermaine McGhee         DE   6-2 257      25      1     Prairie View A&M           Oakland, CA        FA-09
72   Ryan Neill              LS   6-3 253      26      3           Rutgers            Wayne Hills, NJ      FA-06
73   Kirk Chambers            T   6-7 315      30      5           Stanford               Provo, UT        FA-07
74   Nick Hennessey          OL   6-5 291      22      R           Colgate              Danvers, MA        UFA-09
75   Corey Mace              DL   6-3 287      23      2          Wyoming        Port Moody, B.C., Canada UFA-09
76   Chris Denman            OL   6-7 315      25      1       Fresno State            Tehachapi, CA       FA-08
77   Demetrius Bell           T   6-5 307      25      1    Northwestern State         Summerfield, LA     D7a-08
79   Jonathan Scott           T   6-6 318      26      3            Texas                 Dallas, TX       FA-08
80   Derek Schouman          TE   6-2 223      24      3        Boise State               Eagle, ID        D7a-07
81   Terrell Owens          WR    6-3 224      35      14 Tennessee-Chattanooga     Alexander City, AL     FA-09
82   Josh Reed              WR    5-10 210     29      8              LSU                 Rayne, LA        D2a-02
83   Lee Evans              WR    5-10 197     28      6         Wisconsin              Bedford, OH        D1a-04
86   Derek Fine              TE   6-3 247      25      2           Kansas               Sallisaw, OK       D4b-08
87   Shaine Smith           WR    6-2 189      25      1           Hofstra              Jamaica, NY        UFA-09
88   Jonathan Stupar         TE   6-3 254      25      1           Virginia          State College, PA     UFA-08
89   Shawn Nelson            TE   6-5 240      23      R    Southern Mississippi        Gonzales, LA       D4-09
90   Chris Kelsay            DE   6-4 261      29      7          Nebraska               Auburn, NE        D2-03
91   Spencer Johnson         DT   6-3 286      27      6           Auburn                  Silas, AL       FA-08
92   Ryan Denney             DE   6-7 264      32      8             BYU                Thornton, CO       D2b-02
93   Chris Ellis             DE   6-4 261      24      2       Virginia Tech            Hampton, VA        D3-08
94   Aaron Schobel           DE   6-4 243      31      9             TCU               Columbus, TX        D2a-01
95   Kyle Williams           DT   6-1 306      26      4              LSU                Ruston, LA        D5a-06
96   Copeland Bryan          DE   6-4 253      26      2           Arizona              San Jose, CA       FA-07
97   John McCargo            DT   6-2 307      25      4    North Carolina State    Drakes Branch, VA      D1b-06
98   Marcus Smith            DE   6-4 295      25      1           Arizona             San Diego, CA       FA-08
99   Marcus Stroud           DT   6-6 310      30      9          Georgia             Thomasville, GA      TR-08
     ACTIVE/NON FOOTBALL INJURY
31   Jairus Byrd             DB   5-10 200     22      R           Oregon               Clayton, MO        D2a-09
     ACTIVE/PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM
84   James Hardy            WR    6-5 220      23      2           Indiana             Fort Wayne, IN      D2-08
     INJURED RESERVE
25   Justise Hairston        RB   6-1 210      25      1    Central Connecticut       New Britain, CT      FA-09
52   John DiGiorgio          LB   6-2 229      26      4   Saginaw Valley State      Macomb Twp., MI       FA-06
                    HOW THE BILLS WERE BUILT
YEAR        DRAFTEES                 VETERAN FREE AGENTS               TRADES              FREE AGENTS
   2001     Aaron Schobel (2a)       Brian Moorman (fa) 1999 (SEA)
   2002               ( )
            Josh Reed (2a)
            Ryan Denney (2b)
   2003     Chris Kelsay (2)         Rian Lindell (fa) 2000 (DAL)
            Terrence McGee (4a)
   2004     Lee Evans (1a)           George Wilson (fa) 2004 (DET)
   2005     Roscoe Parrish (2)
   2006     Donte Whitner (1a)                                                             Fred Jackson (fa)
            John McCargo (1b)                                                              Ryan Neill (fa)
                            y( )
            Ashton Youboty (3)
            Ko Simpson (4)
            Kyle Williams (5a)
            Brad Butler (5b)
            Keith Ellison (6)
   2007     Marshawn Lynch (1)       Bryan Scott (2) 2003 (ATL)
            Paul Posluszny (2)       Copeland Bryan (fa) 2006 (TEN)
            Trent Edwards (3)        Gibran Hamdan (7) 2003 (WAS)
                         g( )
            John Wendling (6)                      ( )       (
                                     Jason Whittle (fa) 1998 (NYG) )
            Derek Schouman (7a)      Justin Jenkins (fa) 2004 (PHI)
                                     Kirk Chambers (6) 2004 (CLE)
                                     Langston Walker (2) 2002 (OAK)
   2008     Leodis McKelvin (1)      Brandon Rodd (ufa) 2008 (OAK)     Marcus Stroud (1)   Bruce Hall (2008) ufa
            James Hardy (2)          Chris Denman (ufa) 2007 (TB)      2001 (JAX)          CJ Hawthorne (2008) ufa
            Chris Ellis (3)          Corey McIntyre (fa) 2002 (PHI)                        Jonathan Stupar (2008) ufa (NE)
            Reggie Corner (4a)       Dustin Fox (3) 2005 (MIN)                             Marcus Buggs (2008) ufa
            Derek Fine (4b)          Jon Corto (ufa) 2007 (BUF)
            Alvin Bowen (5)          Jonathan Scott (5) 2006 (DET)
            Xavier Omon (6)          Kawika Mitchell (2) 2003 (KC)
            Demetrius Bell (7a)      Matt Baker (fa) 2006 (HOU)
            Steve Johnson (7b)       Spencer Johnson (fa) 2004 (MIN)
                                     Felton Huggins (ufa) 2006 (JAC)
   2009     Aaron Maybin (1a)        Marcus Smith (ufa) 2007 (DAL)                         Nick Hennessey (2009) ufa
            Eric Wood (1b)           Marvin Philip (ufa) 2006 (PIT)                        David Lindquist (2009) ufa
            Jairus Byrd (2a)         Ryan Fitzpatrick (7) 2005 (STL)                       Travis McCall (2009) ufa
            Andy Levitre (2b)        Geoff Hangartner (5) 2005 (CAR)                       Ashlee Palmer (2009) ufa
            Shawn Nelson (4)         Drayton Florence (2) 2003 (SD)                        Lydell Sargeant (2009) ufa
            Nic Harris (5)           Terrell Owens (3) 1996 (SF)                           Garrison Sanborn (2009) fa
            Cary Harris (6)          Pat Thomas (6) 2005 (JAC)
            Ellis Lankster (7)       Seth McKinney (3) 2002 (MIA)
                                     Dominic Rhodes (ufa) 2001 (IND)
                                     Jermaine McGhee (fa) 2008 (KC)
                                     Shaine Smith (ufa) 2007 (STL)
                                     Corey Mace (fa) 2007 (BUF)
                                     Antwain Spann (fa) 2005 (NYG)

(fa) indicates undrafted rookie free agent
(team) denotes team originally entered the NFL with
                         2009 UNOFFICIAL BUFFALO BILLS DEPTH CHART
                                                    OFFENSE
WR     83 Lee Evans              11 Roscoe Parrish         19 PK Sam               15 Felton Huggins        18 CJ Hawthorne
LT     68 Langston Walker        73 Kirk Chambers          79 Jonathan Scott                                87 Shaine Smith
LG     70 Eric Wood              61 Marvin Philip
C      63 Geoff Hangartner       62 Brandon Rodd
RG     67 Andy Levitre           66 Seth McKinney          76 Chris Denman
RT     60 Brad Butler            77 Demetrius Bell         74 Nick Hennessey
TE     80 Derek Schouman         86 Derek Fine             88 Jonathan Stupar      89 Shawn Nelson          48 Travis McCall
QB     5 Trent Edwards           10 Gibran Hamdan          16 Matt Baker           14 Ryan Fitzpatrick
FB     38 Corey McIntyre
RB     23 Marshawn Lynch         22 Fred Jackson           33 Dominic Rhodes       44 Xavier Omon           42 Bruce Hall
WR     81 Terrell Owens          82 Josh Reed              84 James Hardy          17 Justin Jenkins        13 Steve Johnson
                                                    DEFENSE
LE     90 Chris Kelsay           92 Ryan Denney            58 Aaron Maybin         75 Corey Mace
LT     99 Marcus Stroud          91 Spencer Johnson        65 David Lindquist
RT     95 Kyle Williams          97 John McCargo           98 Marcus Smith
RE     94 Aaron Schobel          96 Copeland Bryan         93 Chris Ellis          71 Jermaine McGhee
WLB    50 Alvin Bowen            53 Marcus Buggs           54 Nic Harris           64 Ashlee Palmer
MLB    51 Paul Posluszny         59 Pat Thomas
SLB    55 Kawika Mitchell        56 Keith Ellison          57 John Corto
LCB    24 Terrence McGee         28 Leodis McKelvin        26 Ashton Youboty       29 Drayton Florence
SS     20 Donte Whitner          43 Bryan Scott            21 John Wendling        35 Dustin Fox
FS     30 Ko Simpson             37 George Wilson          31 Jairus Byrd          36 Antwain Spann
RCB    27 Reggie Corner          47 Cary Harris            46 Ellis Lankster       40 Lydell Sargeant
                                                 SPECIALISTS
K      9 Rian Lindell
P      8 Brian Moorman
KO     9 Rian Lindell
KOR    24 Terrence McGee         28 Leodis McKelvin
PR     11 Roscoe Parrish         22 Fred Jackson           28 Leodis McKelvin      82 Josh Reed
LS     72 Ryan Neill             69 Garrison Sanborn
H      8 Brian Moorman
                                            COACHING STAFF
Head Coach: Dick Jauron
Assistants: John Allaire (Strength and Conditioning); Bobby April (Asst. Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator); Ray
Brown (Asst. Offensive Line); George Catavolos (Defensive Backs); Charlie Coiner (Tight Ends); DeMontie Cross (Asst.
Linebackers/Special Teams); Perry Fewell (Defensive Coordinator); Nathaniel Hackett (Offensive Quality Control); Sean
Kugler (Offensive Line); Chuck Lester (Asst. to the Head Coach/Special Projects); Bob Sanders (Defensive Line);
Turk Schonert (Offensive Coordinator); Matt Sheldon (Linebackers); Eric Studesville (Running Game Coordinator and
Running Backs); Tyke Tolbert (Wide Receivers); Alex Van Pelt (Quarterbacks); Adrian White (Defensive Quality Control)
                                   PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
COACHES                                                    PLAYERS CONT'D
Fewell, Perry                    FUEL                      Owens, Terrell          oh-MON
Catavolos, George                KA-tahv-o-los             Posluszny, Paul         Terrell (like Darrell)
Kugler, Sean                     COOG-ler                  Rhodes, Dominic         Poz-LUS-nee
PLAYERS                                                    Schouman, Derek         dom-in-EEK
Hamdan, Gibran                   Jib-raun ham-din          Spann, Antwain          Span
Kelsay, Chris                    KELL-see                  Stupar, Jonathan        stew-PAR
Mitchell, Kawika                 kuh-VEE-ka                Whitner, Donte          Don-tay
Omon, Xavier
                        2009 TRANSACTIONS
Jan. 15    Announced T Chris Denman, LB Vince Hall, WR CJ Hawthorne, WR Felton
           Huggins, WR Mike Jefferson, OL Brandon Rodd and DE Marcus Smith as
           reserve future signings
Jan. 26    Hired Buddy Nix as a national scout
Jan. 27    Announced C Marvin Philip and WR PK Sam as reserve future signings
Feb. 17    Re-signed WR Justin Jenkins
Feb. 18    Re-signed LB John DiGiorgio
Feb. 26    Released OG Derrick Dockery and TE Robert Royal
Feb. 27    Signed QB Ryan Fitzpatrick
Feb. 28    Signed OL Geoff Hangartner
March 3    Re-signed FB Corey McIntyre
March 4    Re-signed OL Kirk Chambers
March 6    Signed CB Drayton Florence
March 7    Signed WR Terrell Owens
March 20   Signed LB Pat Thomas
March 23   Re-signed LB Keith Ellison
March 25   Re-signed RB Bruce Hall
April 9    Signed OL Seth McKinney
April 17   Traded OT Jason Peters to Philadelphia for three undisclosed draft picks – two in
           2009 and one in 2010
April 20   Signed RB Dominic Rhodes
May 1      Signed the following college free agents: OL Joel Bell (Furman), DL John
           Faletoese (UC-Davis), OL Nick Hennessey (Colgate), DL Ventrell Jenkins
           (Kentucky), DL David Lindquist (Illinois), TE Travis McCall (Alabama), LB Ashlee
           Palmer (Mississippi), DB Lydell Sargeant (Penn State), K Dan Urrego (Portland
           State) and DL Gerald Washington (USC)
May 5      Signed free agent LS Garrison Sanborn
May 12     Signed free agents DE Jermaine McGhee and DB Kyle Ward. Released LB Vince
           Hall.
May 13     RB Fred Jackson agreed to contract extension.
May 20     Released WR Mike Jefferson
June 8     Signed free agent RB Justise Hairston
June 11    Released OL Joel Bell, LB Blake Costanzo, DT John Faletoese, DB Kyle Ward
           and DE Gerald Washington
July 7     Signed sixth-round selection DB Cary Harris and seventh-round pick DB Ellis
           Lankster
July 22    Signed fifth-round selection LB Nic Harris
July 25    Agreed to terms with fourth-round selection TE Shawn Nelson. Placed WRs James
           Hardy and CJ Hawthorne on Active/Physically Unable to Perform. Waived LB John
           DiGiorgio.
July 26    Signed second-round selection OL Andy Levitre, LB John DiGiorgio placed on
           Injured Reserve.
July 28    Announced RB Justise Hairston has been Waived/Injured.
July 29    Signed first-round selection OL Eric Wood and second-round pick DB Jairus Byrd.
           Byrd placed on Active/Non-Football Injury list. Signed unrestricted free agent WR
           Shaine Smith and WR PK Sam has been Waived/Injured. RB Justise Hairston
           placed on Injured Reserve.
July 30    WR PK Sam placed on Injured Reserve.
July 31    WR CJ Hawthorne activated from Active/Physically Unable to Perform list. WR PK
           Sam waived from Injured Reserve.
August 1   Signed free agents DL Corey Mace and CB Antwain Spann. DL Ventrell Jenkins
           Waived/Injured and K Danny Urrego waived.
                      BY EXPERIENCE
                             ROSTER SIZE: 80 as of 8/1/09

14 YEARS (1)       10 YEARS (1)       9 YEARS (4)        8 YEARS (4)
Terrell Owens      Rian Lindell       Brian Moorman      Ryan Denney
                                      Aaron Schobel      Seth McKinney
                                      Marcus Stroud      Josh Reed
                                      Dominic Rhodes     Langston Walker




7 YEARS (5)        6 YEARS (2)        5 YEARS (6)        4 YEARS (8)
Drayton Florence   Lee Evans          Kirk Chambers      Brad Butler
Chris Kelsay       Spencer Johnson    Dustin Fox         Keith Ellison
Terrence McGee                        Corey McIntyre     John McCargo
Kawika Mitchell                       Roscoe Parrish     Donte Whitner
Bryan Scott                           Geoff Hangartner   Kyle Williams
                                      Pat Thomas         George Wilson
                                                         Ashton Youboty
                                                         Ryan Fitzpatrick




3 YEARS (12)       2 YEARS (11)       1 YEAR (14)        Rookie (14)
Trent Edwards      Copeland Bryan     Matt Baker         Jairus Byrd
Gibran Hamdan      Marcus Buggs       Demetrius Bell     Cary Harris
Fred Jackson       Reggie Corner      Alvin Bowen        Nic Harris
Justin J ki
J ti Jenkins       J C t
                   Jon Corto          Ch i D
                                      Chris Denman       Ni k H
                                                         Nick Hennessey
Marshawn Lynch     Chris Ellis        Bruce Hall         Ellis Lankster
Ryan Neill         Derek Fine         CJ Hawthorne       Andy Levitre
Paul Posluszny     James Hardy        Felton Huggins     David Lindquist
Derek Schouman     Steve Johnson      Jermaine McGhee    Aaron Maybin
Jonathan Scott     Corey Mace         Marvin Philip      Travis McCall
Ko Simpson         Leodis McKelvin    Brandon Rodd       Shawn Nelson
Antwain Spann      Xavier Omon        PK Sam             Ashlee Palmer
John Wendling                         Marcus Smith       Garrison Sanborn
                                      Shaine Smith       Lydell Sargeant
                                      Jonathan Stupar    Eric Wood
                            2009 BUFFALO BILLS ROSTER BY POSITION
                                   HEAD COACH DICK JAURON

Offense: 38                                                     Defense: 39
Coordinator: Turk Schonert                                      Coordinator: Perry Fewell
Quality Control Coach: Nathaniel Hackett                        Quality Control Coach: Adrian White
QUARTERBACKS (4)                                                DEFENSIVE LINE (14)
Coach: Alex Van Pelt                                            Coach: Bob Sanders
No Name               Pos HT WT Exp College                     No Name                   Pos HT WT Exp College
  5 Edwards, Trent     QB 6'4 231 3 Stanford                    58 Maybin, Aaron         LB/DE 6'4 250 R Penn State
 10 Hamdan, Gibran     QB 6'4 220 3 Indiana                     65 Lindquist, David       DL 6'2 292 R Illinois
 14 Fitzpatrick, Ryan  QB 6'4 225 4 Harvard                     71 McGhee, Jermaine       DE 6'2 257 1 Prairie View A&M
 16 Baker, Matt        QB 6'2 217 1 North Carolina              75 Mace, Corey            DL 6'3 287 2 Wyoming
RUNNING BACKS (6)                                               90 Kelsay, Chris          DE 6'4 261 7 Nebraska
Coach: Eric Studesville                                         91 Johnson, Spencer       DT 6'3 286 6 Auburn
No Name               Pos HT WT Exp College                     92 Denney, Ryan           DE 6'7 264 8 BYU
 22 Jackson, Fred      RB 6'1 215 3 Coe College                 93 Ellis, Chris           DE 6'4 261 2 Virginia Tech
 23 Lynch, Marshawn RB 5'11 215 3 California                    94 Schobel, Aaron         DE 6'4 243 9 TCU
 33 Rhodes, Dominic       59
                       RB 5'9 203 9 Midwestern State            95 Williams, Kyle              61
                                                                                          DT 6'1 306 4 LSU
 38 McIntyre, Corey    FB 6'0 258 5 West Virginia               96 Bryan, Copeland        DE 6'4 253 2 Arizona
 42 Hall, Bruce        RB 5'11 205 1 Mississippi                97 McCargo, John          DT 6'2 307 4 North Carolina State
 44 Omon, Xavier       RB 5'11 227 2 NW Missouri                98 Smith, Marcus          DE 6'4 295 1 Arizona
WIDE RECEIVERS (10)                                             99 Stroud, Marcus         DT 6'6 310 9 Georgia
Coach: Tyke Tolbert                                             LINEBACKERS (9)
No Name               Pos HT WT Exp College                     Coach: Matt Sheldon
 11 Parrish, Roscoe   WR 5'9 171 5 Miami                        Assistant: DeMontie Cross
 13 Johnson, Steve    WR 6'2 202 2 Kentucky                     No Name                   Pos HT WT Exp College
 15 Huggins, Felton   WR 6'2 186 1 Southeastern Louisiana       50 Bowen, Alvin           LB 6'1 222 1 Iowa State
 17 Jenkins, Justin   WR 6'0 207 3 Mississippi State            51 Posluszny, Paul        LB 6'1 238 3 Penn State
    Hawthorne, CJ
 18 H th                              H
                      WR 5'11 168 1 Hawaii ii                   53 Buggs, Marcus
                                                                   B         M                            V d bilt
                                                                                          LB 5'10 223 2 Vanderbilt
 81 Owens, Terrell    WR 6'3 224 14 Tennessee-Chattanooga       54 Harris, Nic            LB 6'2 232 R Oklahoma
 82 Reed, Josh        WR 5'10 210 8 LSU                         55 Mitchell, Kawika       LB 6'1 253 7 South Florida
 83 Evans, Lee        WR 5'10 197 6 Wisconsin                   56 Ellison, Keith         LB 6'0 229 4 Oregon State
 84 Hardy, James      WR 6'5 220 2 Indiana                      57 Corto, Jon             LB 6'1 220 2 Sacred Heart
 87 Smith, Shaine     WR 6'2 189 1 Hofstra                      59 Thomas, Pat            LB 6'1 237 5 North Carolina State
TIGHT ENDS (5)                                                  64 Palmer, Ashlee         LB 6'1 236 R Mississippi
Coach: Charlie Coiner                                           DEFENSIVE BACKS (16)
No Name               Pos HT WT Exp College                     Coach: George Catavolos
 48 McCall, Travis     TE 6'2 276 R Alabama                     No Name                   Pos HT WT Exp College
    Schouman,             62
 80 Schouman Derek TE 6'2 223 3 Boise State                        Whitner,
                                                                20 Whitner Donte               5 10
                                                                                           S 5'10 208 4 Ohio State
 86 Fine, Derek        TE 6'3 247 2 Kansas                      21 Wendling, John          S   6'1 222 3 Wyoming
88 Stupar, Jonathan    TE 6'3 254 1 Virginia                    24 McGee, Terrence        CB 5'9 198 7 Northwestern State
89 Nelson, Shawn       TE 6'5 240 R Southern Mississippi        26 Youboty, Ashton        CB 5'11 189 4 Ohio State
OFFENSIVE LINE (13)                                             27 Corner, Reggie         CB 5'9 175 2 Akron
Coach: Sean Kugler                                              28 McKelvin, Leodis       CB 5'10 184 2 Troy
Assistant: Ray Brown                                            29 Florence, Drayton      CB 6'0 195 7 Tuskegee
 60 Butler, Brad       OL 6'7 315 4 Virginia                    30 Simpson, Ko             S   6'1 202 3 South Carolina
 61 Philip, Marvin     OL 6'1 307 1 California                  31 Byrd, Jairus           DB 5'10 200 R Oregon
 63 Hangartner, Geoff OL 6'5 301 5 Texas A&M                    35 Fox, Dustin            CB 5'11 200 3 Ohio State
 62 Rodd, Brandon
          ,            OL 6'4 305 1 Arizona State               36 Spann, Antwain
                                                                     p     ,              CB 6'0 200 3 Louisiana-Lafayette
                                                                                                                         y
 65 Whittle, Jason     OL 6'4 297 11 Southwest Missouri State   37 Wilson, George          S   6'0 212 4 Arkansas
 67 Levitre, Andy      OL 6'2 305 R Oregon State                40 Sargeant, Lydell       DB 6'1 187 R Penn State
 68 Walker, Langston OL 6'8 366 8 California                    43 Scott, Bryan            S   6'1 219 7 Penn State
 70 Wood, Eric         OL 6'3 310 R Louisville                  46 Lankster, Ellis        DB 5'11 190 R West Virginia
 73 Chambers, Kirk     OL 6'7 315 5 Stanford                    47 Harris, Cary           DB 5'11 187 R USC
 74 Hennessey, Nick    OL 6'5 291 R Colgate                     SPECIAL TEAMS (4)
 76 Denman, Chris      OL 6'7 315 1 Fresno State                Coach: Bobby April
 77 Bell, Demetrius    OL 6'5 307 1 Northwestern State          Assistant: DeMontie Cross
 79 Scott, Jonathan    OL 6'6 318 3 Texas                       No Name                   Pos HT WT Exp College
                                                                 8 Moorman, Brian          P   6'0 172 9 Pittsburg State
                                                                   Lindell,
                                                                 9 Lindell Rian            K                          St.
                                                                                               6'3 233 10 Washington St
                                                                69 Sanborn, Garrison      LS 6'0 240 R Florida State
                                                                72 Neill, Ryan            LS 6'3 253 3 Rutgers
  BUFFALO BILLS
      BIOS NOT IN MEDIA GUIDE




#36 – CB Antwain Spann
#75 – DL Corey Mace
#87 – WR Shaine Smith




          www.buffalobills.com/media
Antwain Spann #36
Safety
Height: 6-0
Weight: 195
Age/Hometown: 25/Oceanside, CA
College: Louisiana-Lafayette
Years NFL/Bills: 4/0
How Acquired: FA-09
2008 Games Played/Started: 10/0
Career Games Played/Started: 19/0

PRO: Originally signed by the New York Giants as a rookie free agent in 2005…Signed by the
Patriots as a free agent on January 19, 2006…Signed by the Bills as a free agent on July 31,
2009.

2008:
       Signed to the active roster from the practice squad on Oct. 22 and played in the season's
        final 10 games.
       Recorded one solo tackle on defense and four special teams tackles ... Tied for the team
        lead in special teams tackles once (vs. ARI) in 2008.
       Made his season debut in reserve at safety against St. Louis (10/26)... Notched one solo
        tackle.
       Tallied one special teams tackle playing in reserve on special teams coverage and return
        units at Miami (11/23).
       Made one solo special teams tackle in the Patriots' comeback victory at Seattle (12/7) ...
        Tied for the team lead in special teams tackles while making two solo stops against
        Arizona (12/21).

2007:
       Saw his first action of the season on special teams coverage and return units in the
        Patriots' season-ending win at the New York Giants (12/29) ... Dropped Giants kick
        returner Domenik Hixon after a gain of just 11 with a thunderous hit ... Listed as a day-of-
        game inactive for all three playoff games.
2006:
       Tied for the team lead in special teams tackles once in 2006 (at CIN) ... Played in his first
        career NFL contest in the Patriots' 38-13 victory over Cincinnati (10/01/06).
       Played in a reserve role on special teams coverage units in his NFL debut ... Tied for the
        team lead with two special teams tackles in the Patriots' commanding 38-13 victory over
        the Bengals.
       Saw action on special teams coverage units and collected a tackle in the Patriots' 20- 10
        win over the Dolphins.
       Saw action on special teams coverage units in the Patriots' commanding 31-7 road win
        against the Vikings…Notched a special teams tackle on coverage units.
       Registered a solo special teams tackle on coverage units in the Patriots' 35-0 road victory
        over the Packers ... Stonewalled Vernand Morency for just a 17-yard gain on the opening
        kickoff of the game.
       Posted a special teams tackle on coverage units in the Patriots' 40-23 victory over the
        Titans.
       Postseason: Registered a special teams tackle on coverage units in the Patriots' 24-21
        AFC Divisional playoff victory over the Chargers ... Supplied the initial hit on Eric Parker
        after he muffed a punt in the third quarter, allowing David Thomas to recover the loose
        ball at the San Diego 31-yard line…Notched a solo tackle on special teams coverage
        units ... Teamed with Chad Jackson to stop Terrence Wilkins at his own 17-yard line
        during a kickoff return in the second quarter.
         NFL Europe: (Rhein Fire) Played in six games, starting the final three contests for the
          Fire ... Totaled 17 tackles (14 solo), three interceptions for 42 yards and a touchdown,
          eight passes defensed and three special teams tackles.


COLLEGE: Played his final two seasons at Louisiana-Lafayette after transferring from Mississippi
Gulf Coast Community College...In 2004, he started all 11 games at cornerback and had 68
tackles (36 solo), a team-high four interceptions, including one he returned 31 yards for a
touchdown, 1.5 tackles for losses and nine pass breakups ... Also returned four kickoffs for 109
yards, a 27.2-yard average ... Played in 11 games with four starts in 2003, when he had 30
tackles and two interceptions ... Recorded 45 tackles, one interception and 10 pass break-ups in
2002 ... Named to the Mississippi Junior College All-State and All-Region teams and the
Mississippi JC All-Star Game MVP.

PERSONAL: Attended El Camino High School in Oceanside, Calif...Antwain and his wife, Tiffany,
have two daughters, Taylor and Tyler.


CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS:

YEAR         CLUB       GP/GS       TT         UT     AT      Sacks     INT     YDS   PD   QB PR.   FF   FR   TD
2006         Patriots 8/0           7          3      4       0.0       0       0     0    0        0    0    0
2007         Patriots 1/0           1          1      0       0.0       0       0     0    0        0    0    0
2008         Patriots 10/0          5          4      1       0.0       0       0     0    0        0    0    0
Total                   19/0        13         8      5       0.0       0       0     0    0        0    0    0
Additional Statistics: Special Teams tackles – 14 (4 in 2008; 1 in 2007; 9 in 2006)
Corey Mace #75
Defensive End
Height: 6-3
Weight: 294
Age/Hometown: 22/Port Moody, B.C., Canada
College: Wyoming
Years NFL/Bills: 2/2
How Acquired: FA-09
2008 Games Played/Started: 3/0
Career Games Played/Started: 3/0


PRO: Signed by Buffalo as an unrestricted free agent on August 1, 2009. …Signed to the team’s practice squad on
August 31, 2008 a day after being released…… promoted to the 53-man roster on 12/6 after spending the first 12 weeks
of the season on the team’s practice squad…spent the first 16 weeks of the 2007 season on the practice squad before
being promoted to the active roster on December 28


SEASON ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Spent the first 16 weeks of the season on the practice squad before being promoted to
the active roster on Dec. 28

2008:
       Promoted to Buffalo’s 53-man roster on 12/6 after spending the first 12 weeks of the season on the team’s
        practice squad

2007:
       Spent the first 16 weeks of the 2007 season on the practice squad before being promoted to the active roster on
        December 28… Inactive at PHI (12/30)

COLLEGE: Switched to defensive end from defensive tackle his senior season ... in two seasons at Wyoming he had 22
tackles, 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble and 8.5 tackles for loss … 2005 was his first season competing at the NCAA
Division I-A level after transferring to Wyoming from Palomar Community College in California…played in all 11 games as
a junior that year… earned Second Team All-Mission Conference honors at Palomar Community College in 2004…
recorded 51 tackles, including 7.0 sacks and 10 tackles for losses...was elected a team captain his sophomore season...
recorded a total of 12 sacks in two seasons at Palomar…was recruited by Michigan State, Oregon State and Washington
coming out of junior college… Majored in criminal justice.

PERSONAL: Named the Top Defensive Lineman in the Province of British Columbia after his senior year at Port Moody
Secondary School…Defensive Player of the Year at his high school…MVP of his high school basketball team…chosen as
his school’s athlete of the year… son of mother Virginia Jacobsen and stepfather Mike Jacobsen; father John Mace and
stepmother Tausha Mace… wants to one day become a probation officer.

COMMUNITY:

In 2007, Corey was a member of the Toyota Rookie Club. The Toyota Rookie Club helps the franchises newest players
become more involved in the Western New York community. Each month, Corey and all first year players did one
community appearance as a group. During the 2007 season the Rookie Club visited Women & Children’s Hospital of
Buffalo, participated in an assembly at Sir Sanford Fleming Academy in Toronto, ON, served Thanksgiving Dinner at
Northwest Buffalo Community Center, and hosted the Annual Bills Holiday Party for children at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
                               2008 Defensive Stats
Date   Game     GP/GS   TT   UT    AT    Sacks Yds      Int   Yds   PD   FF   FR   PRS   Hits   TD
9/7    v SEA    -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
9/14   at Jac   -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
9/21   v OAK    -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
9/28   at StL   -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
10/5   at Arz   -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
10/19 V SD      -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
10/26 at Mia    -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
11/2   V NYJ    -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
11/9   at NE    -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
11/17 V CLE     -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
11/23 at KC     -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
11/30 V SF      -       -    -     -     -        PRACTICE SQUAD    -    -    -    -     -      -
12/7   V MIA    1/0     0    0     0     0.0      0     0     0     0    0    0    0     0      0
12/14 at NYJ    -       -    -     -     -        DID NOT PLAY      -    -    -    -     -      -
12/21 at DEN    1/0     1    1     0     0.0      0     0     0     0    0    0    0     0      0
12/28 V NE      1/0     0    0     0     0.0      0     0     0     0    0    0    0     0      0
2008 TOTALS     3/0     1    1     0     0.0      0     0     0     0    0    0    0     0      0
Shaine Smith #87
Wide Receiver
Height: 6-2
Weight: 189
Age/Hometown: 25/Jamaica, NY
College: Hofstra
Years NFL/Bills: 1/1
How Acquired UFA-09
2008 Games Played/Started: 0/0
Career Games Played/Started: 0/0

PRO: Signed by the Bills as an unrestricted free agent on July 29, 2009… spent the 2008 training camp with the St. Louis
Rams and a portion of the 2007 season on the New York Jets practice squad… originally entered the NFL as an
undrafted rookie free agent with the Rams in 2007.

COLLEGE: Was a two-year member on the Hofstra football squad in 2005 and 2006… saw limited action as a junior in
2005 after transferring from Nassau Community College… led the team and Atlantic 10 Conference in 2006 with 60
catches for 951 yards and nine touchdowns… finished tenth in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) with a 86.45
receiving yards per game average… finished sixth in the conference and 27th in the FC in receptions per game with 5.45
and 14th in the Atlantic 10 in scoring… named to the All-Atlantic 10 second team and the 26th recipient of the Iron Mike
Award as the 2006 Hofstra Most Valuable Player becoming just the third receiver to win the honor, following Wayne
Chrebet (1994) and Steve Jackson (2000).

PERSONAL: Played football, basketball and baseball at August Martin High School in Queens, New York and Oceanside
High School in California…Played his senior year at August Martin and was named to All-NYC team…Named and played
in the Outback Bowl and the Fugazzi Bowl… Has three brothers…Was also recruited by Michigan State, Penn State,
Auburn and West Virginia…Interdisciplinary Studies major.

				
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