October 3, 2000 |
If the Buffalo Bills needed more incentive to defeat the archrival Miami Dolphins on Sunday, the Dolphins' Thurman Thomas upped the ante. Thomas, the Bills' all-time leading rusher who signed with the Dolphins after being cut by the Bills, ripped into the organization and three veteran defensive stalwarts in particular in a story published Monday in the Miami Herald.
March 7, 2000 |
Thurman Thomas agreed to contract terms Monday with the Miami Dolphins, said his agent, Leigh Steinberg. The three-year, $3.6-million deal includes a $750,000 signing bonus and numerous incentives that could be worth millions more, Steinberg said. Terms will probably be finalized within a couple of days. Thomas, released by the Buffalo Bills Feb. 10 along with Bruce Smith and Andre Reed, hurt his liver in the season opener last season and played in only five games.
December 1, 1997 |
Thurman Thomas made his point during the week and backed it up against the New York Jets. Thomas gained 104 yards in 18 carries and led the Buffalo Bills to a 20-10 victory over the Jets on Sunday after begging his teammates not to give up on a tough season. "I've been around here long enough to know that even though our season might be over, a lot of players still play with a lot of pride," Thomas said. "There's no quit in the Buffalo Bills."
November 4, 1996 |
The Washington Redskins have been winning with a strong running game all season. The Buffalo Bills showed them how much it stings to be on the other end. Thurman Thomas and backup Darick Holmes combined for 229 yards rushing and four touchdowns Sunday in Buffalo's 38-13 victory over Washington, snapping the Redskins' seven-game winning streak. The Bills, running from the K-Gun offense, looked like their teams of old rather than an old team.
December 2, 1994 |
Players guilty of flagrant late hits on quarterbacks could be forced to sit out 14 to 16 plays during a game under a proposal sent to the NFL competition committee by San Francisco 49er Vice President John McVay... A Buffalo Bill fan accused running back Thurman Thomas of cursing his 10-year-old grandson and insulting the boy's mother when the child asked for an autograph earlier this season. Thomas denied making the comments...
October 10, 1994 |
Bryan Cox held his temper but couldn't hold on to Thurman Thomas. Thomas broke free from Cox's grasp late in the third quarter for a 26-yard touchdown, his second score of the game, to help the Bills defeat the Miami Dolphins, 21-11, on Sunday. It was the first victory for a home team in the last seven meetings between Miami and Buffalo, who have met 21 times with the AFC East division lead on the line. They now are both 4-2 and tied for first.