Bills' brass has no talks scheduled with Pegulas

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Buffalo Bills' 17-9 win over the New England Patriots:

Brandon, Marrone address future: Bills CEO Russ Brandon and coach Doug Marrone both told reporters that they do not have any meetings scheduled with owners Terry and Kim Pegula about the direction of the team.

"I'm sure at some point we'll get into some more in-depth meetings," Brandon said. "There's nothing scheduled at this point. I talk to Terry all the time, and I have nothing on the books right now for any meetings."

Marrone said he had "not been contacted" by the Pegulas about his future.

Brandon also dismissed rumors tying Bill Polian and agent Brian Ayrault to front-office positions with the Bills.

"I don't know where all this speculation comes from," Brandon said. "It's agent-on-agent crime, basically, listening to all the nonsense that's out there. It's hard in our business not to get caught up in the noise, but it's just that: It's noise."

Whaley dismisses talk of tension: General manager Doug Whaley addressed a CBS Sports report Sunday that stated the relationship between him and Marrone had been "strained." Asked if there was tension between the two, Whaley responded: "None whatsoever."

Captain's message to team: Drafted in 2006, defensive tackle Kyle Williams is the longest-tenured Bills player, and he delivered a message to his teammates after they finished with a 9-7 record Sunday.

"Kyle Williams said it after the game: Tomorrow when he walks into the building and leaves, it will be the first time he's left with a winning record," Marrone said.