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Jimmy Kimmel last night: ‘If the Bills go to Toronto, we’re going to war with Canada.’
Yesterday was a big day for the Buffalo Bills, right through last night’s late-night talk shows.
On Jimmy Kimmel Live, the host and guest Daniel Radcliffe (of Harry Potter fame) discussed Radcliffe’s brief recent stay in Buffalo.
Radcliffe told Kimmel about a passport problem he had in Toronto, which necessitated his trip to Buffalo.
Radcliffe recalled how he talked with a “lovely woman who was helping us” about the possibility of the Bills leaving for Toronto, and the woman said, “I really don’t know what this town will do if they ever leave.”
Kimmel then interjected: “If the Bills go to Toronto, we’re going to war with Canada.”
The two also touched on the origin of “Buffalo” wings and various uses of the word “Buffalo” in discussing Radcliffe’s short visit.
Here’s the clip
(Source: The Buffalo News)
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Kiko Alonso has suffered a torn ACL and will likely miss most of the season.
BILLS DT MARCELL DAREUS ARRESTED AGAIN
Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was arrested last week for his role in drag racing in Hamburg, N.Y., the Buffalo News reports. He was charged with three misdemeanors and four vehicle and traffic charges.
According to the News, Dareus is being accused of reckless endangerment, leaving the scene of a crime involving property damage and reckless driving, along with other offenses.
Dareus was arrested last month in his home state of Alabama after he was pulled over for speeding and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was found with synthetic marijuana.
The Bills picked up the fifth-year option on Dareus in late April, which will pay him more than $8 million in 2015. Once the legal process plays out, Dareus could face league discipline. (Photo: George Gojkovich/Getty Images)
C.J. Spiller says he’s healthy and feels better than he’s felt since 2012:
Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller said Friday that he feels great and doesn’t feel anything stemming from the ankle problems he had last season. Per the official team website, he had no hitch in his running when he practiced during recent OTAs.
"This is the best I’ve felt since 2012 when I had that great year," Spiller said via NFL.com. "The ankle feels wonderful. I just have to keep doing what I need to do to stay healthy this whole season and try to go out there and make plays."
In the final year of his rookie deal, Spiller believes he’s in fine position to exceed the 1,700 yards from scrimmage he dialed up in 2012.
After Buffalo rejected an Eagles trade inquiry into Spiller back in April, it’s clear the Bills intend to keep him around for the long haul. Maybe they see what we see: one of the league’s top bounce-back candidates at the running back position.
A report earlier this week suggested Spiller’s role will be more defined and expanded in 2014. After averaging 6.0 yards per carry and 10.7 yards per catch in 2012, he had 4.6 yards per carry and 5.6 yards per catch last season with just two total touchdowns. (Photo: Kevin Hoffman/USA TODAY Sports)