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.
Here is The Buffalo News’ first 53-man projection of the offseason, predicting what the opening-day roster may look like.
The Bills are so lucky to have Brandon Beane making these choices and not me or you, no matter how much we watch and know about these guys.
Buffalo News sportswriters offer their grades for how the Bills performed in the 2021 NFL draft.
Here are five things to know about Houston wide receiver Marquez Stevenson, selected by the Bills in the sixth round, No. 203 overall, on Saturday:
Here is a sampling of how national draft analysts viewed the Bills' draft.
With the Covid-19 pandemic canceling the annual NFL Scouting Combine and pre-draft visits by prospects to team facilities, the Senior Bowl took on added significance as a chance to see players up close.
The 5-foot-10 Stevenson finished his college career with 22 touchdown catches (tied for sixth in program history) and 2,269 receiving yards, which ranks 13th in program history.
The Bills picked Houston wide receiver Marquez Stevenson at No. 203 overall. Stevenson, 5-foot-10 and 182 pounds, made his college reputation as a big-play threat.