The optimistic view of the Bills’ offseason to this point is that it has been sensible. Operating within the confines of being tight up against the league’s salary cap, GM Brandon Beane's first few moves have been logical, and predictable.
Jay Skurski answers readers' questions regarding the Bills and the NFL.
GM Brandon Beane has favored signing veteran cornerbacks to one-year deals – something he has done in each of the last three offseasons.
Perhaps Bills General Manager Brandon Beane watched the Super Bowl with an eye toward the future.
Johnson, who spent last season in Buffalo, was starting as the nickel cornerback and third corner thus far in Browns camp. He remains hospitalized.
Hopes are high for the Buffalo Bills’ kick coverage and return units this season because the core group of special teams leaders looks better than last year.
This is the ninth in a series previewing each position on the Buffalo Bills before the July 28 start of training camp.
One of Bills GM Brandon Beane’s stated goals is building his roster to the point that departing free agents can produce compensatory
The Buffalo Bills’ list of team needs is dwindling. As he was a year ago, General Manager Brandon Beane has been aggressive in the two-day negotiating window that precedes the official start of NFL free agency, which came at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Beane’s attention has primarily been on defense. He’s agreed to contracts with six players, including cornerback Josh
This is the fourth in a series of stories previewing NFL free agency, which starts Wednesday. Today’s installment:
The Bills don’t seem inclined to bring back Frank Gore, so running back is certainly on the list of needs heading into free agency, Jay Skurski
Had the Bills elected not to pick up Long’s option, the team would have had a $700,000 dead-money cap hit in 2020, but saved $3.425 million in cap
The GM wants to build his roster to the point that eventual departures in free agency lead to compensatory draft picks in return. That hasn’t happened in Buffalo since
INDIANAPOLIS – The Buffalo Bills continue to poke around the early available options in free agency. Speaking at the NFL Scouting Combine, General Manager Brandon Beane said Tuesday the team has had initial discussions with cornerback Josh Norman, who hit the open market earlier this month after being released by Washington. “We’re very familiar with Josh. We had some
The franchise tag provides players with a one-year, fully guaranteed contract that pays the average of the top five contracts at that position from a year
Jay Skurski answers questions from readers ranging from the draft to Tom
The type of versatility the Bills cornerback has displayed is valued highly by the Bills’ front office and coaching
This week’s Bills Mailbag naturally highlights Super Bowl LIV, but it also includes plenty of draft and free agency
This week’s Bills Mailbag leads off with a look at Brandon Beane’s draft-day maneuvering. It also hits on Josh Allen’s season and future, the risk involved with re-signing Shaq Lawson and a final take on the touchdown that wasn’t against the
What areas do the Bills address by position importance? Odds on Shaq Lawson being
First up on the to-do list is figuring out whom the Bills want to bring
In many ways, the Bills’ season validated what coach Sean McDermott and General Manager Brandon Beane put in place when they arrived in 2017, Vic Carucci
The Bills blew a 16-point, second-half lead in being denied their first postseason victory since
The Buffalo Bills will be without starting cornerback Levi Wallace on
The Buffalo Bills showed confidence in cornerback Kevin Johnson to start Sunday’s game against the New York Jets. With Pro Bowl cornerback Tre’Davious White sitting out, the Bills had Johnson – not Levi Wallace – shadow the Jets’ most dangerous receiver all over the field in the first quarter. Now it seems certain the Bills will be showing more