Coach Sean McDermott said decisions on the other starters will be made on an individual basis.
“It’s going to be important to try to get as many views as possible and put them in as many situations as we can,” defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier said of his young cornerbacks.
Slowly but surely, the Buffalo Bills’ offensive line continues to take shape.
The Buffalo Bills’ defense set a physical tone to start Thursday’s practice, which precipitated another training camp skirmish.
If you had to pick right now, there is no clear-cut favorite for who will handle returning both kicks and punts in the regular season. That’s not to say there aren’t candidates. That group includes – primarily – Isaiah McKenzie, Marquez Stevenson, Khalil Shakir and Tavon Austin.
Welcome to this week’s Bills Mailbag. Let’s tackle all your questions …
"Trading Epenesa would be selling low, and releasing him before his third season would be cutting bait way too soon on a second-round draft pick," writes Jay Skurski.
“A pro's pro. Great guy, immediately merged in the locker room,” center Mitch Morse said of Keenum. “Got a great personality. Clocked in a lot of good games. Has played a lot of football. Has rapport with some guys already. He's just a ballplayer and a fun guy at that, so we get to marry those two together and it's been really fun.”
From games 14 to 17, Devin Singletary played at least 54 offensive snaps, a number he reached just twice in the first 13 games. His production continued into the postseason. The addition of James Cook in the second round shouldn’t change Singletary’s spot on the depth chart.
With free agency and the draft done, the Bills’ roster is close to full heading into spring practices. With that, let’s get to your questions for this week’s mailbag.
The 42-36 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs will immediately join the four Super Bowl losses and “Homerun Throwback” as the absolute most painful in franchise history, writes Jay Skurski.
Defensive end Efe Obada is active for the Bills for their divisional playoff game against the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, while defensive tackle Vernon Butler Jr. will be a healthy inactive.
"I’m sure all the shivering fans at Highmark will consider it a lifelong memory, but fans watching in the warmth of their homes might have had just as much fun listening to a CBS broadcast that repeatedly praised the Bills," Pergament says.
In what was a memorable night inside Highmark Stadium, Knox and Singletary combined for four – count ’em four – touchdowns in the Bills’ 47-17 victory over the New England Patriots in an AFC wild-card playoff game.
The seven players declared inactive for the team are all healthy.
Jay Skurski answers your questions in the final Bills Mailbag before the postseason.
The Bills continue to have their full roster available to them, with no players or coaches on the league’s Covid list, coach Sean McDermott said Monday.
"I chose Sunday’s game to call an audible and review the one Bills radio broadcast I do annually instead of reviewing the TV network announcers," Pergament says.
Grading the Buffalo Bills in their 29-15 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at Highmark Stadium.
Singletary gained a career, single-game high 110 yards on 23 carries – also a career high – and scored a pair of touchdowns on the ground, continuing a recent run of strong play.
Jay Skurski weighs in with his grades for the Buffalo Bills after 33-21 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday at Gillette Stadium …
Jay Skurski answers readers' questions on Covid-19 among the Bills, the new stadium and more.
For a run game that has taken a whole bunch of criticism this season, the 31-14 victory over the Carolina Panthers was indeed a step in the right direction, writes Jay Skurski.
Don't miss Jay Skurski's grades for the Buffalo Bills after their 33-27 overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium.
Seemingly left for dead at halftime Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium, the Buffalo Bills rallied from a 24-3 deficit to tie the game, 27-27, and force overtime.