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Ryan Fitzpatrick was the first player to walk into the Buffalo Bills practice facility when the doors opened Tuesday morning. When they closed later that night, he likely was the last one to leave.
NFL employees have had their salaries trimmed by 12 percent since April, and seven teams have instituted pay cuts or furloughs of workers outside the huddle since the owners' lockout of players began March 12, The Associated Press has found in interviews around the league.
All Buffalo Bills employees will take a cut in pay during the NFL labor dispute, though no layoffs are planned.
Despite difficulties getting Toronto sports fans to warm up to the Buffalo Bills, Rogers Communications is committed to extending the team's five-year series in the city beyond 2012.
First-round draft pick C.J. Spiller agreed to a five-year contract with the Buffalo Bills on Friday that is potentially worth $37 million, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.