Quarterback Jake Fromm's time is done in Buffalo.
Trubisky joins practice squad quarterback Jake Fromm on the list, leaving the Bills with just starter Josh Allen and Davis Webb at the position.
Beane spoke Wednesday with The Buffalo News about the inactivity in the trade market, the team’s start to the season and a variety of other topics.
Jay Skurski answers readers' questions as the Buffalo Bills prepare for a "legendary" home opener.
Jay Skurski answers that and more in this week's edition of the Mailbag.
Backups Jake Fromm and Davis Webb were signed to the team’s practice squad, giving the team four quarterbacks, with Josh Allen and Mitch Trubisky on the active roster.
The Buffalo Bills probably don’t love the idea of exposing quarterbacks Davis Webb and Jake Fromm to waivers, but general manager Brandon Beane understandably didn’t want to lose a talented player at another position.
Defenses have plenty to contain if they hope to slow the Buffalo Bills.
“You kind of put all your cards on the table, do everything you can do,” Fromm said. “It’s out of my hands. Whatever happens, happens."
The Bills will be more difficult to game-plan for while simultaneously giving themselves the ability to attack the middle of the field, regardless of who is running the option route.
A native of Philadelphia, Tierney, 34, spent three seasons with his hometown Eagles as an intern and offensive analyst before spending the 2016 and ’17 seasons with Alabama.
Fromm was understandably anxious to get into Friday’s game, but adopted a mentality from a different sport as he awaited the call.
Don't miss these highlights from Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott's press conference after the team's 16-15 victory over the Detroit Lions in the first preseason game of 2021.
The Bills’ third-year veteran rushed eight times for 42 yards (5.4 yards per carry) and caught one pass for a 6-yard touchdown during the first half of the 16-15 victory over the Detroit Lions.
The Buffalo Bills will play their first exhibition game since the 2019 season Friday night when they visit the Detroit Lions. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. inside Ford Field.
With foot races, Settlers of Catan games and getting the most out of each rep, the four quarterbacks of the Buffalo Bills are staying competitive during training camp.
The Buffalo Bills took to the fields at ADPRO Sports Training Center for another day of training camp on Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021.
In a practice that lasted a little more than two hours, the team relied heavily on Devin Singletary and Matt Breida.
This week's mailbag questions range from the size of the defensive line to what route the Super Bowl parade should take.
Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs had their usual chemistry, but the play of the day was turned in by second-year receiver Isaiah Hodgins, who got behind the defense early in practice to haul in a bomb from backup quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.
Here are 50 thoughts on the upcoming season as the Buffalo Bills’ roster readies to report for the first practice of training camp Wednesday.
Webb could probably carve out a decently long career serving as the Bills’ practice squad quarterback. The 26-year-old from Prosper, Texas, however, has his sights set higher.
The biggest question facing the quarterback room this offseason comes off the field. Will the team be able to work out a long-term contract extension with starter Josh Allen before the start of the 2021 season?
Excluding last year’s special circumstances, keeping three quarterbacks has not been coach Sean McDermott’s preferred method of roster construction.