Johnson is entering a crucial season. The 2018 fourth-round draft pick is heading into the final year of his rookie contract. He’s not, however, showing any indication that’s in his head as the season approaches.
With Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano as the centerpieces, the Bills focused on adding depth around them.
The Buffalo Bills’ linebacker hosted his first football camp last weekend at Centennial High School outside Nashville, Tenn., his alma mater, and seeing all the kids in the bleachers awaiting his arrival was a moment Dodson wasn’t quite prepared for.
Despite no offseason workouts or preseason games because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Davis authored the greatest season by a Bills rookie wide receiver since Sammy Watkins, the fourth overall pick in 2014.
Adams, 29, is one of 10 linebackers on the roster and fighting for a job behind Tremaine Edmunds, Matt Milano, A.J. Klein and special teams standout Tyler Matakevich.
Let’s get right to Part 2 of Jay Skurski's Bills Mailbag.
Jay Skurski answers all of your Buffalo Bills questions in the latest edition of the Bills Mailbag.
Questions about Aaron Rodgers, Cody Ford and running backs kick off this week's mailbag.
Milano is entering year five on the Bills with Jerry Hughes, Micah Hyde, Jordan Poyer and Tre’Davious White.
The Buffalo Bills' mainstays on the back end of the defense were showing off their coverage ability in Wednesday’s minicamp practice in Highmark Stadium.
Will Josh Allen, Mitchell Trubisky, Davis Webb and Jake Fromm all find a roster spot on the Bills for the upcoming season?
Part-time lawyer, part-time accountant and part-time travel agent are just some of the roles that the Ohio State graduate performs behind the scenes – a big reason why he’s one of the longest-tenured front-office employees in the organization.
“I'm a guy that – I always want to get better. So I’m never going to think that I’m at my full potential. There's always some room to grow,” Edmunds said.
Jay Skurski answers questions about the tight end situation, the Bills’ depth at linebacker, Ed Oliver's future with the team and more.
“He is nothing but a consistent, all-around player,” ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. said about the linebacker.
Penn State's Parsons is the consensus top linebacker, an every-down, fast and powerful tackler capable of fitting into any defensive scheme.
Vic Carucci also answers questions about the Bills' need at safety, what noticeable steps Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott took to right the ship and whether or not the Bills will trade out of their current draft slot.
The Bills have retained their most important free agents, while at the same time finding a way to add to the roster from the outside.
“I’ll say I’m happy with my performance,” McDuffie said on a conference call with reporters. “At the end of the day, my goal was 4.5s, and I felt like I hit that goal.”
With the first wave of free agency finished, it’s time for The Buffalo News’ second projection of how the first round of the NFL Draft will play out next month.
Jay Skurski talks about incentive-laden contracts, the latest on Star Lotulelei, the return of crowd noise and more in this week's mailbag.
If the Bills are still shopping for an edge rusher, some notable names remain available.