The Bills kept 11 defensive linemen and seven wide receivers. That would be the most ever to start a season at each position under coach Sean McDermott.
Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane joined the broadcast team for the third quarter of Saturday's 19-0 victory against Green Bay. Here's what he had to say.
Here are some of the standout performers from the last three-plus weeks of Bills training camp.
Here are five things worth keeping an eye on as the Bills face the Bears.
Plotting out who will or won’t play in the preseason this year has been new for the coaching staff.
“I love playing. I want to be out there with my teammates,” Allen said. “But if I don’t, I don’t and I get to sit back and watch my other teammates make some plays and get some tape out there. Yeah, I have no say whether I play or not.”
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.
This week's mailbag questions range from the size of the defensive line to what route the Super Bowl parade should take.
Coach Sean McDermott referred to Kumerow as a “glue guy” because of his positive, team-oriented approach off the field.
Rodgers called journeyman Jake Kumerow the Packers’ “second-best wide receiver in training camp last year.” The high praise from Rodgers came at an interesting time for Kumerow, who is making a case for himself during training camp with the Bills.
Running backs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss split reps with the starters in front of the announced crowd of 15,000 fans.
The Bills’ decorated and talent-laden top four includes two returning All-Pros, a two-time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champ added through free agency and an ascending youngster.
Jay Skurski answers all of your Buffalo Bills questions in the latest edition of the Bills Mailbag.
“It's been a long recovery, but I've been looking forward to this day the whole time. Finally got to take the red jersey off, so I'm excited for the future,” the wide receiver said.
This year’s rookies come in with an advantage over the 2020 class in that the Bills were able to conduct a rookie minicamp this season.
One thing is certain: rookie Bills wide receiver Marquez Stevenson is fast. You don’t get the nickname “Speedy” by being slow.
Here is The Buffalo News’ first 53-man projection of the offseason, predicting what the opening-day roster may look like.
This week's mailbag tackles what happens at quarterback, short-term deals, training camp and more.
Welcome to this week’s Bills Mailbag. Let’s open it right up …
Gone are the days of throwing to Jordan Matthews, Deonte Thompson, Kelvin Benjamin, Zay Jones and Robert Foster.
Bills General Manager Brandon Beane got to work on building the team's 2021 roster Tuesday.
Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs absolutely toyed with the New England Patriots, writes Jay Skurski.
The Buffalo Bills activated the veteran wide receiver from injured reserve Monday, only to place him on the NFL's reserve/Covid-19 list.
The Alabama native said he got up about two hours earlier than normal to make sure he got to practice on time. “I feel good, man,” he said. It’s “new for me. I walked out the door this morning, snow everywhere."