The dust has started to settle from the latest round of roster renovations at One Bills Drive.
Following free agency and one of the most critical drafts in franchise history, Vic Carucci assesses the offseason for [BN] Blitz, going position by position to determine whether there have been more pluses or minuses.
Trent Murphy faces easy transition: The Bills' new defensive end is a perfect fit for coordinator Leslie Frazier's 4-3 defense even though he played in a 3-4 alignment in Washington, Mark Gaughan writes.
Rookie minicamp starts Friday: Buffalo State defensive lineman Khalil Summerville, a graduate of Bennett High School, has been invited to work out for the Bills on Thursday, though it's unclear if he will participate in the full two-day minicamp. Minnesota-Duluth outside linebacker Zach Bassuener has also joined the list of a dozen players who have received tryout invitations.
Brandon Reilly's 'best football is ahead of him': Reilly attracted a lot of attention last summer. Vic Carucci chronicled how he went from youth hockey star to Nebraska walk-on to the underdog story of Bills' training camp. Reilly's former position coach at Nebraska is expecting him to be even better in his second season.
How many games will Josh Allen start? Jay Skurski answered the question his latest mailbag. See how his analysis compares to the latest odds in Vegas.
Watch: Jordan Poyer throws ceremonial first pitch just a bit outside at Bisons game.
Individual game tickets go on sale today: Group tickets (12 or more) will be available at 9 a.m. and the general public will be able to purchase tickets at noon.
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