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The Bills have released defensive end Cap Capi, the team announced Tuesday. Capi was signed in early December. He played in four games with five tackles and a sack. He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent out of Akron. He first signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2015, and also spent time with the Baltimore Ravens, the Atlanta Falcons, the Arizona Cardinals…

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The Buffalo Bills continue to look for help on the defensive line. According to a report from Yahoo Sports' Jordan Schultz, the Bills will host Dolphins defensive end Terrence Fede on a free agent visit Thursday. Fede, 26, has spent the first four seasons of his pro career with the Dolphins. He has appeared in 51 games over that time, including all 16 in 2017, bu…

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Sunday's playoff game was there to be won, but the Buffalo Bills demonstrated they're not quite ready to challenge for anything more than our hearts just yet. Rookie head coach Sean McDermott and first-year General Manager Brandon Beane made progress in establishing a new Bills era. Now we get to watch them try to turn a plucky club into a true cont…

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It's the Cap Cappiest day of the year. Hey, Bills fans. Come over here and take a look inside this Christmas stocking for some goodies. Yule love them! (I hate myself.) Anyway, I've compiled a bunch of facts and stats to chew on while you celebrate Christmas and try to get over Sunday's 37-16 loss to the New England Patriots in Gillette Stadium. The Bills' play…

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RB LeSean McCoy Q: I’m not sure how many times you’ve gone up against Frank Gore, opposite side of the field, obviously. What’s it like to be at least going up against him – like caliber, a guy like that in what could be your last outing? A: Yeah, well I’m a big fan of Frank. We’re solid, first, so we’re pretty good. I’ve been watching him for a long time before the …

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First off, let's start with the name. No, Cap Capi's first name isn't actually "Cap." That's a nickname given to him a long time ago by a Pop Warner coach who started off referring to Capi by his last name, and then evenually abbreviated that. The Buffalo Bills' newest defensive end's given first name is Nordly, which, while still fun, doesn't quite have the ring of …