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Buffalo Bisons announce third annual Ballpark Brew Bash

Baseball and a cold brew. Is there a more perfect combination?
The Buffalo Bisons this week announced the return of the annual Ballpark Brew Bash, sponsored by Consumer’s Beverages, from 4 to 8 p.m. Sept. 15 at Coca-Cola Field. Proceeds of the event will benefit local charities.
This unique event allows craft beer fans to taste some of the most exclusive brews from across the country and the world while touring the home of the Buffalo Bisons. Breweries will be set up on all levels of Coca-Cola Field, from the clubhouses to the luxury suites to the field itself.
Many local food offerings will also be available, along with a chili-tasting and cook-off.
Ballpark Brew Bash tickets will go on sale on May 1 and will be available at all Consumer’s Beverages locations, the Coca-Cola Field Box Office, online at ballparkbrewbash.com or by calling 846-2032. Tickets are $25 prior to the event and $35 at the door on Sept. 15.

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The Buffalo Bills so far had a very good off-season signing Mario Williams, Anderson (DE), Scott (S) Tashard Choice (RB) and Stevie Johnson (WR). I hope Johnson is more mature now and won’t hurt the team from this point forward. It’s now time to think of the draft I would suggest trading down in the draft to obtain more picks in the later rounds. But the Bills don’t make a lot or any trades on draft day. The defense is much improved and many are suggesting taking a wide receiver at the tenth pick of the first round. I disagree I think the Bills should take the best defensive lineman or linebacker with the pick the Bills need more depth on the defense side of the ball. Here is the rundown on what I think the Buffalo Bills should do in the upcoming draft.

Rd1 (10) Melvin Ingram 6ft 2in 264lb South Carolina 4.79sp
Career Stats 21.5 sacks 30.5 TFL 109 tackles in 52 career games. If they keep the 10th pick could draft Luke Kuechly (ILB) Boston College (If they trade down in the draft Jonathan Martin (OT) Stanford Nick Perry (DE) USC Chandler Jones (DE) Syracuse Dont’a Hightower (ILB) Alabama Kendall Reyes (DT) Connecticut Cordy Glenn (OG) Georgia)

Rd2 (41) Brandon Weeden (QB) Oklahoma State or Zach Brown (OLB) North Carolina Bruce Irvin(OLB)West Virginia or Derek Wolfe(DT)Cincinnati

Rd3 (71) Alameda Ta’amu (DT) Washington or Demario Davis (OLB) Arkansas State

Rd4 (105) Jarius Wright (WR) Arkansas or Nick Toon (WR) Wisconsin
(124) Matt Reynolds (OT) BYU

Rd5 (144) Terrell Manning (OLB) North Carolina State
(147) Nate Potter (OT) Boise State or Jaye Howard (DT) Florida

Rd6 (178) Chris Greenwood (CB) Albion or Tommy Streeter (WR) Miami Johnson Bademosi (FS) Stanford or Kellen Moore (QB) Boise State

Rd7 (217) TJ Graham (WR) North Carolina State
(251) Curnelius Arnick (ILB) Tulsa

College Free agents that should be giving a look!
Chandler Harnish (QB) Northern Illinois
Dwayne Maddox (OLB) North Carolina State
Nick Sukay (SS) Penn State
Deante’ Purvis (RB) UNLV
Wes Kemp (WR) Missouri
Lavasier Tuinei (WR) Oregon
Michael Calvin (WR) California
Josh Chichester (TE) Louisville
Tyler Holmes (OT) Tulsa
Jay Teply (OT) Northern Iowa
Solomon Orr (OG) Tarleton State
James Thomas (LB) Oklahoma State
Jamie Blatnick (DE) Oklahoma State

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