“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.
When center Mitch Morse and the Bills offensive line go up against the revamped Buffalo defense, it’s a quick reminder of the challenge opposing teams will soon face.
The projected starting offensive line of Dion Dawkins, Rodger Saffold, Mitch Morse, Ryan Bates and Spencer Brown hasn't practiced together. The Bills should get them together ASAP.
The offensive tackle started 12 games as a rookie last season.
This is the third in a series looking at the status of each position before the Bills open training camp July 24. This installment: Offensive line.
It’s now or never for Cody Ford. The Buffalo Bills’ offensive lineman is entering the final year of his rookie contract. If Ford is going to have a future with the team, it has to start later this month, when training camp begins at St. John Fisher University in Pittsford.
The Bills' latest addition to their offensive line could serve as a clue to answering one of the big questions entering training camp.
“I don't think Josh looks at himself that way (as a celebrity),” Bills GM Brandon Beane says. “I really don't. I think that's what's great about him. I think he's still the kid from Firebaugh.”
“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.”
The Buffalo Bills selected Virginia Tech tackle Luke Tenuta with the No. 209 overall pick in the sixth round of the NFL draft Saturday. Here are five things to know about Tenuta.
A 6-foot-5, 310-pounder, the 31-year-old Quessenberry started all 17 games in the regular season last year for the Titans, in addition to the team's playoff game against Cincinnati.
The optimistic view of the Bills’ offseason to this point is that it has been sensible. Operating within the confines of being tight up against the league’s salary cap, GM Brandon Beane's first few moves have been logical, and predictable.
"The start of silly season is here," writes Jay Skurski.
Is Ken Dorsey inheriting the NFL version of a Formula 1 Mercedes? Mark Gaughan investigates.
The drafting process is almost back to normal this year. Last year’s draft was conducted amid a slew of restrictions prompted by the Covid pandemic.
Northern Iowa offensive tackle Trevor Penning doesn’t have much doubt he can make the big jump to the NFL this year. He watched his former teammate Spencer Brown do it this year for the Buffalo Bills.
The Buffalo Bills’ running back played 64 offensive snaps against the Kansas City Chiefs in a 42-36 overtime loss at Arrowhead Stadium. That represented 100% of the Bills’ offensive snaps.
The journey to the postseason – which begins Saturday when the New England Patriots visit Highmark Stadium for an AFC wild-card playoff game – has been full of adversity. Some of that is the same type as every NFL team goes through, and some of it has been self-inflicted and unique to the Bills.
The Bills finished the year allowing a league-low 17 points per game. It’s the first time in the Bills’ NFL history (since 1970) that Buffalo has led the league in scoring defense.
The use of the heavy personnel coincides with an increased effort by the Bills to improve the running game. The last five weeks, staring with the loss at Tampa Bay, the Bills have averaged 162 yards a game on the ground.
Morse is the only player along the offensive line who has started every game in the same position and has been on the field for a team-best 1,090 snaps, 97.7% of the offensive total.
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.
McKenzie clearly has the skills to challenge defenses with his speed, and it’s on offensive coordinator Brian Daboll to come up with ways each week to take advantage of that, Jay Skurski says.
Josh Allen had an answer for everything Bill Belichick’s defense threw at him in Sunday’s 33-21 victory.