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5 ex-Buffalo Bills cheerleaders sue over pay, say independent contractor status was wrong

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Five former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders on Tuesday sued the team over a pay system they say had them working hundreds of hours for free at games and at mandatory public appearances at which they were subjected to groping and sexual comments, and one said they had to take a jiggle test so their boss could see how firm their bodies were. The state Supreme Court lawsuit is the third filed this year against a National Football League team by cheerleaders. The Oakland Raiders and Cincinnati Bengals also have pending wage battles.

Buffalo Bills - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Buffalo Bills - INSIDE SLANT Year after year it seems the names change, but the results are always the same. The Buffalo Bills dropped a 34-31 overtime decision to Atlanta, rendering their playoff viability a heartbeat away from extinct. And while the math says it's still possible to get in with an 8-8 record, it's not happening and everyone in Buffalo knows it.

Buffalo Bills - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Buffalo Bills - INSIDE SLANT It has taken all season, but when the Buffalo Bills kick off December with their annual game in Toronto against Atlanta on Sunday, they will be completely healthy. Oddly, most teams start the year healthy and deteriorate as the weeks go by. The Bills started with a rash of injuries, continued to incur them early in the season, but now, coming off a late bye, everyone is ready to go.

Buffalo Bills - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Buffalo Bills - INSIDE SLANT It has taken all season, but when the Buffalo Bills kick off December with their annual game in Toronto against Atlanta on Sunday, they will be completely healthy. Oddly, most teams start the year healthy and deteriorate as the weeks go by. The Bills started with a rash of injuries, continued to incur them early in the season, but now, coming off a late bye, everyone is ready to go.

Buffalo Bills - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Buffalo Bills - INSIDE SLANT The Buffalo Bills' mounting quarterback problems prompted them to invite Matt Flynn, who has been with three teams in two years, to work out for them on Monday in a tryout, multiple media outlets reported. The Bills' interest in Flynn, who was released by the Oakland Raiders last week, apparently began before Thad Lewis was injured during Sunday's, 27-24, overtime loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Rookie LB Alonso's big plays lead Bills past Ravens

EditorsNote: Updates headline Rookie LB Alonso's big plays lead Bills past Ravens ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - Eight months ago, Kiko Alonso was sitting in the living room of his Los Gatos, Calif. home watching Joe Flacco lead the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl victory.

Buffalo Bills - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Buffalo Bills - INSIDE SLANT It didn't come easily, but the dominance of quarterback Tom Brady over AFC East rival Buffalo continued Sunday afternoon, as the New England Patriots came back to defeat the Bills 23-21 in the teams' season opener at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Buffalo Bills - PlayerWatch

RB Kendall Gaskins was released by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday as the team got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season. DB T.J. Heath was released by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday as the team got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season. LB Keith Pough was released by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday as the team got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season.

Buffalo Bills - PlayerWatch

RB Kendall Gaskins was released by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday as the team got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season. DB T.J. Heath was released by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday as the team got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season. LB Keith Pough was released by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday as the team got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season.

NFL: Bills dump Fitzpatrick after woeful run

Ryan Fitzpatrick was released by the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday, 18 months after the National Football League team signed the quarterback to a six-year contract extension worth $59 million. Fitzpatrick would have been due a $3 million bonus on Wednesday but after a 6-10 campaign last year, the Bills decided to make a change in passers. "We kept every possible option open right down to the wire when we had to make a decision on whether to keep Ryan," Bills general manager Buddy Nix said.
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