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1. The Bills could field one hell of a 4x100 relay team if they wanted. With new running back Dri Archer joining wide receivers Marquise Goodwin and Kolby Listenbee, the Bills have three players with Olympic-caliber speed. Goodwin, in fact, might participate in Rio, while the ever-confident Listenbee said he could if he wanted to. The fourth member of the relay squad could…

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1. First it was "all in," the hokey, uninspired new slogan of the Buffalo Bills that was force-fed to fans as a way of showing them "this year will be different, we promise." Now, the team's PR machine has turned its attention to how much winning the team's first three draft picks did in college. Sure, Clemson's Shaq Lawson, Alabama's Reggie Ragland and Ohio State's Adolph…

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The Buffalo Bills continued to rebuild their defensive front seven in the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday night. Ohio State defensive tackle Adolphus Washington continued the trend of the draft so far, which is going to work on fixing a defense that slipped to 19th overall in 2015. “Defense again,” General Manager Doug Whaley said as he stepped to the podium t…

Bills

The Buffalo Bills continued to rebuild their defensive front seven in the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday night. Ohio State defensive tackle Adolphus Washington continued the trend of the draft so far, which is going to work on fixing a defense that slipped to 19th overall in 2015. “Defense again,” General Manager Doug Whaley said as he stepped to the podium t…

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With the fallout at Ole Miss, maybe Laremy Tunsil can leave behind that gas mask. In the days leading up to the NFL draft, we wondered if quarterback Chad Kelly had any regrets about returning for his senior season. Quarterbacks almost certainly were to be taken first and second overall. Draft analysts hyped others from a supposedly weak QB class as potential first-round …

Bills

With the fallout at Ole Miss, maybe Laremy Tunsil can leave behind that gas mask. In the days leading up to the NFL draft, we wondered if quarterback Chad Kelly had any regrets about returning for his senior season. Quarterbacks almost certainly were to be taken first and second overall. Draft analysts hyped others from a supposedly weak QB class as potential first-round …