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Cincinnati Bengals free agent tight end Jake Fisher is scheduled to work out for the Buffalo Bills on Friday, according to ESPN's John Keim. Fisher was in Washington on Thursday, working out for the Redskins. Fisher, 25, was drafted in the second round by the Bengals in 2015 as a tackle, but now is moving back to tight end. He was recruited to Oregon as a tight end b…

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New York Giants GM Dave Gettleman said Monday that the Buffalo Bills were the only team he called about trading star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Gettleman used to work closely with Bills GM Brandon Beane in Carolina and figured the Bills would be a good team to call after they took a run at Antonio Brown. But the Bills were apparently not interested enough to strike a de…

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Guard John Miller, who started 15 games last season for the Bills, has agreed to a three-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals, according to multiple reports. Miller's deal is valued at $16.5 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. A third-round draft pick in 2015, Miller played in 47 games with the Bills and started all 16 in 2016. He started the first four g…

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UPDATED San Francisco 49ers free agent linebacker and special teams ace Mark Nzeocha has re-signed with the team, agreeing to a three-year deal. EARLIER Improving the Bills' woeful special teams was among the priorities in free agency and the team hosted San Francisco free agent Mark Nzeocha on Thursday, ESPN's Field Yates reported. Nzeocha led the 49ers in spe…

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When the Bills pursued wide receiver John Brown during free agency a year ago, he passed and signed with Baltimore instead. But after seeing how the Bills improved over the course of the season, Brown was excited to join the mix. He signed a reported three-year deal with the team this week and explained his rationale Thursday. “I didn't know what the quarterback situ…

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Poor performance, injuries and roster moves kept the Bills' return game in flux most of last season. Four different players returned five or more kickoffs while five players returned two or more punts. The unit's poor performance was among the reasons special teams coordinator Danny Crossman wasn't retained. But after filling several holes on offense earlier this week, …

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The Buffalo Bills are serious about rebuilding their offensive line. The team agreed to a two-year contract with former Oakland Raiders guard/center Jon Feliciano on Tuesday night, according to a report from ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Feliciano, 27, is a 6-foot-4-inch, 325-pounder who was a fourth-round draft pick by Oakland in 2015. He appeared in 13 games with four start…

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Brandon Beane’s stated goal this offseason is to get young quarterback Josh Allen some help. So far, it’s been mission accomplished for the Buffalo Bills’ general manager. Beane has been busy in the first two days of the NFL’s “legal tampering” period, agreeing to contract terms with seven different offensive players. Those deals can be made official at 4 p.m. Wednesday…

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The Buffalo Bills’ receiver corps got an extreme makeover Tuesday. The team agreed to contracts with both John Brown and Cole Beasley on the second day of the NFL’s “legal tampering period.” Both of those deals won’t become official until 4 p.m. Wednesday, at the start of the new league year. Brown’s signing, which was first reported by NFL Network’s Peter Schrager, …

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The Buffalo Bills have to be thinking that Josh Allen’s completion percentage and LeSean McCoy’s yards-per-carry average both got better Tuesday. By agreeing to contract terms with free-agent receivers Cole Beasley and John Brown, the Bills surely have helped their two most talented offensive players. [Get the latest on the Bills' free agency moves] Beasley has th…

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The Buffalo Bills continue to rebuild their offense in the early stages of free agency. The most recent move involves reaching a contract agreement with former Washington offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter. Nsekhe's deal is for two years and is worth up to $14.5 million, with $7.7 million guaranteed, according to multiple …

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The Buffalo Bills’ offensive line was lacking in athleticism due to the loss of Richie Incognito and Eric Wood in 2018. The signing of center Mitch Morse from Kansas City is a big step in filling that void. Morse’s footspeed gives the Bills a center who can get to the second level in run blocking and make quick adjustments in protecting the interior of the line in pa…

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Check another need off the Buffalo Bills' list. The team reportedly has reached agreement on a contract with wide receiver John Brown, according to NFL Network's Peter Schrager. The deal is reportedly worth up to $27 million over three years, according to Adam Caplan. The Bills aggressively pursued Brown in free agency last offseason, but he elected to sig…

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The Buffalo Bills were busy on the first day of the NFL's "legal tampering" period, but that didn't include addressing the wide receiver position. Slot receivers Adam Humphries (Tampa Bay to Tennessee) and Jamison Crowder (Washington to the New York Jets) – two players widely thought to be good fits in Buffalo – signed elsewhere, as did former Carolina receiver Devin Fu…