Poyer was hurt late in Sunday's victory against Washington and did not return. He left the stadium in a walking boot.
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.
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.
General Manager Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott have had 20 practices and three preseason games to evaluate which 53 players will constitute a roster that is expected to make a deep playoff run.
The team’s No. 1 receiver participated in 11-on-11 work Wednesday under a scorching sun, another step in the right direction as he returns from a knee injury that kept him out of practice for two weeks.
The Buffalo Bills' already thin depth chart at wide receiver took another hit Tuesday.
Here are five things worth keeping an eye on as the Bills face the Bears.
Fromm was understandably anxious to get into Friday’s game, but adopted a mentality from a different sport as he awaited the call.
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.
Here are the top observations from Friday’s practice on Day 8 of training camp outside the ADPRO Sports Training Center.
McKenzie has steadily increased his production in each of his three seasons with the Bills. But the numbers don’t tell the whole story of his usage.
Running backs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss split reps with the starters in front of the announced crowd of 15,000 fans.
The Bills have a big hole to fill on special teams and a tough job in evaluating how to fill it this summer.
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.
With the quality depth GM Brandon Beane has amassed, some good players won’t make the team.
This is the sixth in a series of questions facing the Buffalo Bills entering the start of training camp July 27.
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.
Star Lotulelei, player vaccinations and the salary cap kick off this week's mailbag.
Jay Skurski answers questions about the tight end situation, the Bills’ depth at linebacker, Ed Oliver's future with the team and more.
One thing is certain: rookie Bills wide receiver Marquez Stevenson is fast. You don’t get the nickname “Speedy” by being slow.
The Bills also signed linebacker Mike Bell and offensive lineman Steven Gonzalez to one-year contracts.