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By David Keene
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Topic - George Wilson
"Cell" (Putnam), by Robin Cook
Detroit Lions tight end Dorin Dickerson is the latest NFL player to stay in a game with a concussion.
The free agency frenzy doesn't begin until March 12.
Buffalo Bills safety George Wilson regards Toronto as a nice and diverse place to visit. Just don't ask him to get excited about playing "home" games there.ss
So long as the Buffalo Bills keep winning, coach Chan Gailey won't complain too much about the alarming number of yards his defense is allowing.
The Buffalo Bills players have voted unanimously in favor of recertifying as a players union.
NFL Players Association president Kevin Mawae says his group's leadership is discussing the terms of "the most recent written proposal" from owners.
The way NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke about club owners' overwhelming approval of a tentative decade-long agreement to end the lockout, he might as well have been yelling, "Are you ready for some football?!"
NFL owners chatted much of the day, polished off a couple of meals, then overwhelmingly approved a deal to end the lockout.
Buffalo safety George Wilson likes what he sees and hears about the players' recent discussions with the owners to end the lockout. The Bills' player representative also cautions against getting swept away by expectations of an imminent settlement.
NFL players have been updated on all issues discussed in recent negotiations with owners.
Even as his players are claiming a modest victory, if that, after Judge Susan Richard Nelson granted a preliminary injunction blocking the league's lockout, DeMaurice Smith was more emphatic.
Buffalo Bills players became at least the fifth NFL team to vote in favor of giving the NFL Players Association the right to decertify in the event of a lockout next year.
"After watching the Saints and Vikings do it, it kind of sent chills down my body," said Bills safety George Wilson, their player representative to the union.
"That shows you that at the end of the day we are men of the same fraternity," Wilson added. "We are all businessmen and family men, out here playing for our livelihood and playing for our families. For us to be on the same page before the kickoff was, more of anything, bringing awareness to the potential lockout that's looming for the 2011 season."