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WR Kelvin Benjamin Q: You see your buddy Cam [Newton] yesterday, saying we lost a great player, he’s still not too happy about the situation, did you catch what he said? A: I heard about it. He’s right, but you have to keep moving. It’s the business of the game, have to go out there and execute and play games. They had the Falcons [yesterday], and they won, they …

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The dizzying number of changes implemented by the Buffalo Bills heading into the 2017 season have been well-documented. Just 22 players who appeared in a game for the team at any point last year are back this year. A total of 21 offensive players who accounted for 3,752 snaps and 20 defensive players who took 7,089 snaps in 2016 are either playing elsewhere or out of th…

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Don't blame Tyrod Taylor for Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. No, he wasn't perfect. But the Buffalo Bills could be 5-0 if they had better receivers, or maybe if they used them at all. The Bills are in better shape than we expected. They enter their bye week tied atop the AFC East at 3-2, same as the New England Patriots and New York Jets. They hung tough …

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Over the past 10 days, Bills coach Sean McDermott has used the word “protocol” as often as “process.” That trend may not continue. Tyrod Taylor has reportedly been cleared through the NFL’s concussion protocol to start at quarterback in Sunday’s opener against the Jets. T.J. Yates, on the other hand, has been placed on injured reserve. Yates, like Taylor,…

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The Buffalo Bills said goodbye to one quarterback Tuesday and are reportedly set to welcome back another. Veteran T.J. Yates was placed on injured reserve as a part of two roster moves announced by the team. Yates suffered a concussion in the third preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens on Aug. 26. He participated in the individual portion of practice Monday, but i…

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The biggest news of the day at One Bills Drive was that quarterback Tyrod Taylor is still in concussion protocol, which leaves open the possibility that rookie Nathan Peterman might have to start the Bills' opener against the Jets on Sunday. "He is ready," coach Sean McDermott said in regard to Peterman, the team's fifth-round draft pick. "I mean, when you look at what …

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After making two dozen mostly nondescript roster cuts Saturday, the Bills flipped the script Sunday with big surprises, cutting second-year running back Jonathan Williams and linebacker Gerald Hodges, as well as receiver Philly Brown. Williams was a fifth-round pick out of Arkansas who was expected to be LeSean McCoy's primary backup. His presence on the roster was thou…