Nov 24, 2013; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Graham (24) reacts after intercepting a pass during the game against the New York Jets at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Circling the Wagons: Donte Whitner, Corey Graham

Happy Fourth of July and Thursday to Everyone! Here are your Daily Links for your Buffalo Bills. 

Donte Whitner is back on twitter throwing remarks at Bills fans and the Bills.  Yesterday, he made comments about the Bills moving on two occasions and a couple of days ago, Whitner and Sammy Watkins got into a twitter war throwing shots back at forth over their bows.  See what Whitner is up to now.  [Syracuse.com]

We are into the next phase of the buying process.  Terry Pegula hired an investment banker to help with the financials for the Bills.  Yesterday the Bills released all their financial information to the parties that had signed and returned the non-disclosure and teaser agreement.  Interesting to see who comes forward now and if anyone decides to back out.  [WIVB.com]

Corey Graham was brought in by the Buffalo Bills during the offseason.  He was mainly brought in to add depth as well as bring some competition to an area that has seen some injuries over the past couple of years.  The incumbents being Stephon Gilmore and Leodis McKelvin seem to be the front runners.  Nickell Robey, undrafted last year, came in and held down the nickle spot at 5’7 very well.  Now his is in competition with Corey Graham who seems to be pushing for the nickle spot on the field.  It is still possible for him to make a move to safety but with Duke Williams and Da’Norris Searcy breaking out of their shells, it looks as if he will stay right where he is.  [KFFL.com]

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