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The Bills added more brainpower to their front office Tuesday by bringing Brian Gaine back to the organization. Gaine joins the team as a senior personnel adviser. He was ousted as general manager of the Houston Texas after only one season on June 7. It’s a move that comes as no great surprise. Just six days after Brandon Beane was hired as Bills general manager in M…

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Devin Singletary was never the biggest or fastest player on the field when he played running back at Florida Atlantic University. The same will be true when he makes his professional debut soon with the Buffalo Bills. Normally, Singletary’s size-and-speed combination – 5-foot-7, 203 pounds and 4.66-second 40-yard dash – would be viewed as a detriment. Lane Kiffin …

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Among the Bills' biggest goals in the offseason was to provide more support around quarterback Josh Allen. To show his appreciation for the moves early in free agency, Allen sent General Manager Brandon Beane a GIF. Beane has declined to share which GIF it was, saying only that it was "good" and that it was "clean." "He was appreciative of the moves we were making," …

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Is there such a thing as a fiscally responsible spending spree? If there is, the best example might be Brandon Beane’s approach to free agency this offseason. Yes, the Buffalo Bills’ general manager handed out contracts to 18 unrestricted free agents that could be worth a staggering $180 million, but that’s if every player makes it through the life of their deal – a …

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This is the eighth part of a series looking at 10 questions facing the Buffalo Bills entering training camp, which begins July 25. Today’s question: How will the coaching staff incorporate so many new players? The Buffalo Bills’ roster churn is basically complete. Just five players on the team’s 90-man roster predate the arrival of coach Sean McDermott in January 201…

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The day after minicamp ended last month, Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott sat down for what’s become an annual meeting with beat reporters covering the Buffalo Bills. The idea behind the session, which is organized by Derek Boyko, the team’s vice president of communications, is twofold. No. 1, it gives reporters a chance to get materials together for articles previewing…

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This is the third part of a series looking at 10 questions facing the Bills entering training camp, which begins July 25. Today’s question: Is LeSean McCoy still the man at running back? Brandon Beane did his best to get out in front of the question before it even could be asked. Minutes after the Buffalo Bills’ general manager selected Florida Atlantic running back …

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You have Buffalo Bills questions that you've submitted to me via Twitter. I have answers. Let's get rolling. Dustin Nelson asks: What do you think of General Manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott's philosophy of not needing a true No. 1 wide receiver, and what does that mean for the WR group moving forward? Vic: I don't have a particular issue with the th…

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You have Buffalo Bills questions that you've submitted to me via Twitter @viccarucci. I have answers. Let's get rolling. TNFP69 asks: What is the the word around the league about the strength of the Bills' revamped O-line? Vic says: I'd call it mixed. Most NFL types with whom I've spoken are impressed that the Bills focused the heavy attention they did on impro…

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This is the second in a series previewing each position on the Buffalo Bills before the July 25 start of training camp. The Buffalo Bills have an overabundance of running backs heading into the start of training camp. Last year’s starter, LeSean McCoy, is back for what could be his final season with the Bills. His contract expires after this year. He’s joined by a…

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Welcome to the NFL’s true offseason. The six weeks between the end of spring practices and the start of training camp is the only slow spot on the league’s calendar. With that in mind, a note of thanks to all of you who have produced such good questions week after week for the mailbag. Before I head out on my own summer vacation, here’s one last mailbag to wrap up the s…

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The small photo inside a circular diamond-studded, gold medallion stares at you from the middle of John Brown's chest. When you stand in front of the Buffalo Bills wide receiver, you look at James Walker as well. Walker's death nine years ago might have separated them physically, but the bond lives on. Besides the medallion, Brown wears three tattoos honoring Walker's m…

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With each year, Buffalo Bills public practices at their St. John Fisher College training camp keep dwindling. In 2018, there were 11. This year, per the team's release of the camp schedule Friday, there will be only eight. That's the fewest since 2000, the year the Bills moved their summer address from SUNY Fredonia to St. John Fisher's Pittsford campus. The Bills…

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This week's Bills Mailbag focuses on LeSean McCoy's future, the biggest remaining position of need … and my son's golf game. Let's get right to it: Jim Eimer asks: Who will be the biggest surprise cut? If you were general manager, what is a blockbuster trade you would consider — either trading away or a position of upgrade? Jay: Both answers involve LeSean McCoy. The…

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Tyree Jackson isn’t the only former University at Buffalo football player looking to defy the odds and make the Buffalo Bills’ roster as an undrafted rookie free agent. Cornerback Cam Lewis is attempting to do the same, even if his quest hasn’t gotten quite the same amount of publicity as the former Bulls quarterback. Lewis, 22, overcame an injury-shortened junior se…