With the near 24/7 news coverage the NFL gets, it’s difficult to find any player truly unknown to fans.
What about offensive balance? What about the supposed need to keep defenses guessing about how they'll be attacked? Bills offensive coordinator and play-caller Brian Daboll doesn't buy into that axiom.
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.
Webb could probably carve out a decently long career serving as the Bills’ practice squad quarterback. The 26-year-old from Prosper, Texas, however, has his sights set higher.
The Bills’ brain trust demonstrated a ton of it in running backs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss this offseason.
With the quality depth GM Brandon Beane has amassed, some good players won’t make the team.
McDermott said he will rely on the leadership among the players to guide the team on the issue.
This is the sixth in a series of questions facing the Buffalo Bills entering the start of training camp July 27.
Excluding last year’s special circumstances, keeping three quarterbacks has not been coach Sean McDermott’s preferred method of roster construction.
Let’s get right to Part 2 of Jay Skurski's Bills Mailbag.
"I think having him come in is just going to add to our team and also going to add to his game," Wade said of Obada, a fellow International Player Pathway Program member.
“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.
When Washington became available after the 2019 season due to the housecleaning in Carolina, coach Sean McDermott wasted no time in hiring him for the Bills.
Here is The Buffalo News’ 53-man roster projection following spring practices.
Questions about Aaron Rodgers, Cody Ford and running backs kick off this week's mailbag.
Here's what you need to know about the Thunder on the Buffalo Waterfront Airshow, whether you're going or not.
Sanders and former Chicago Bears starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky rate among the Bills’ most high-profile free agent acquisitions this offseason.
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.
Lotulelei never entertained the idea of making his one-year sabbatical a permanent retirement. That was mentioned as a possibility by Bills fans on social media, but Lotulelei was direct in saying that he’ll be back in 2021.
The Buffalo Bills took to the fields outside ADPRO Sports Training Center in Orchard Parp for Day One of the team's mandatory minicamp in Orch…
The Bills return all but one starter from a team that finished one victory short of the Super Bowl and an offense that shattered numerous franchise records.
Will Josh Allen, Mitchell Trubisky, Davis Webb and Jake Fromm all find a roster spot on the Bills for the upcoming season?
Sweeney is believed to be the first and, to date, only known NFL player to develop myocarditis following a Covid-19 infection.