Here's a look at stories from around the league on Saturday, Sept. 16.
1. The Patriots will be without several starters for Week Two.
The New England Patriots will be without a number of key players as they look to avoid an 0-2 start Sunday against the Saints.
Middle linebacker Dont'a Hightower (knee), wide receiver Danny Amendola (concussion) and special teams …
NFL Film's Bill Barnwell joined John Murphy and Donald Jones on WGR-550 AM on Friday.
Cosell talked about the mobility of quarterbacks and how that can and cannot be a factor NFL coaches like, citing Deshaun Watson's performance on Thursday night versus the Bengals. Cosell chatted about Cam Newton's accuracy issues and how much power Newton put into throws intermediatel…
Here's a look at stories from around the league on Friday, Sept. 15.
1. The Bengals fired offensive coordinator Ken Zampese.
The Bengals fired their offensive coordinator after losing Thursday night for the second time in four days. The move is similar to the one the Bills made last year, firing Greg Roman after losing their Week Two Thursday night game to the Jets.…
What's the national media saying? Here's a roundup of stories involving the Buffalo Bills.
1. Which fanbase dislikes the Patriots the most?
Bills fans may feel like they have a hold on this title, but according to a SurveyMonkey Audience poll on fandom commissioned by the website FiveThirtyEight, fans of six teams hate the Patriots even more than Bills fans.
This week in college football is all about Lamar Jackson against Clemson's ferocious defense loaded with former five-star recruits. Buffalo Bills fans, though, have plenty more to monitor with the 2018 draft in mind.
Two of the nation's best edge-rushers take the field in nationally televised games, and you can get a good look at some top-level wideouts throughout the d…
Former Bills guard and weekly guest Ruben Brown joined John Murphy and Donald Jones on WGR-550 AM on Thursday.
Brown was on hand to talk about his recent candidacy for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the Bills game vs. the Panthers and the importance of ex-player intel balanced against the ability of the team to exploit said weaknesses.
Mid-session (17 minutes in or s…
Here's a look at stories from around the league on Thursday, Sept. 14.
1. Top-10 pick John Ross will play tonight.
Bengals WR John Ross, the ninth overall pick out of Washington, will play tonight after an injury kept him out of the opener, according to NFL Networks's Ian Rapoport.
Ross suffered a knee sprain in the Bengals' final preseason game on Aug. 31, only t…
Here's a look at stories around the league on Wednesday, Sept. 13.
1. Former Bills safety Aaron Williams worked out for the Chiefs.
With Eric Berry lost for the season due to a torn Achilles tendon, the Chiefs worked out former Bills safety Aaron Williams this week, according to SiriusXM's Adam Caplan.
Williams was was a fan favorite in Buffalo after being a secon…
Hall of Famer, Bills Wall of Famer and weekly guest Thurman Thomas joined John Murphy and Donald Jones on WGR-550 AM on Wednesday.
Thomas talked about receiving a high volume of touches similar to LeSean McCoy (403 being his highest in Buffalo), this year's nominees to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the 25th anniversary of the 49ers-Bills "no punt" game, transitioning t…
Head Coach Sean McDermott
Q: Anything on E.J. Gaines?
A: Yeah, he’ll be out there today. He’ll be a little bit limited but he’ll be out there and should be a go for practice.
Q: Do you expect him to play?
A: We do. At this point, we do.
Q: So how dangerous is it going to be going against Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis and guys that you’re very familia…
1. Incognito, Poyer made PFF's Week One all-stars.
Bills' left guard Richie Incognito was Pro Football Focus' highest-graded offensive lineman in Week One at 89.3, earning a spot on their Team of the Week.
"Incognito had a pass blocking efficiency of 100 percent, allowing no pressure at all on 33 pass blocking snaps," PFF wrote.
On the defensive side, safety Jor…
Here's where the Bills finished in Week Two Power Rankings from around the league. View the Week One roundup here.
ESPN: 27th (last week: 26).
Yes, ESPN moved the Bills down after winning. The Rams and Jaguars started below the Bills and made big gains after Week One, and beating the Jets didn't seem to impress ESPN's rankers.
MMQB: 26th (LW: 27).
USA Today: 27…
ESPN host Trey Wingo joined John Murphy and Donald Jones on WGR-550 AM on Tuesday.
Wingo, as part of his in-season weekly appearance on the show, talked about his new ESPN show, "Golic and Wingo", Sean McDermott's return to Carolina compared to Jim Schwartz returning to Detroit, what Wingo saw in Cam Newton and the Panthers last week, week one in the NFL in general, and…
Here's a look at stories from around the league on Tuesday, Sept. 12.
1. With David Johnson down, Chris Johnson is back.
Cardinals running back David Johnson, an elite player and fantasy star, will miss two to three months after suffering a wrist injury in the opener that will require surgery, ESPN reported. With Johnson placed on injured reserve, Arizona re-signe…
Buffalo Bills center Eric Wood joined Mike Schopp and The Bulldog as part of Football Monday on WGR-550 AM on Monday. The newly resigned player joked a little about the new sponsors to the show, and chatted about the importance of getting into "game shape" the first few games of the season.
Wood went into the mechanics of why he went for the ball on the live play, worki…