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This is the fourth in a series of stories looking at the Buffalo Bills’ salary cap situation heading into free agency. Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 The Buffalo Bills are not desperate for space under the NFL salary cap this offseason. Contract websites Spotrac.com and Overthecap.com project the Bills will have $82.8 million available when the league’s new year starts in …

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Ali Tanner Self lives in Nashville and has some history with the family of Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox, but she didn't share that with her young son, Briggs. Knox has become Briggs' favorite football player and Briggs' generous gesture to raise money for charity instead of a birthday gift led to a surprise visit from Knox and more than $2,000 for the P.U.N.T. Found…

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This week's Bills Mailbag starts with quarterback talk. Not about Josh Allen, though. It also touches on what the team's draft plans should be, whether it would be wise to take a run at a premier pass rusher and plenty more. Let's dive right in ... 4th and 27 asks: The 2018 Eagles and '19 Titans proved the wisdom of having a quality, experienced backup quarterback to…

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The Buffalo Bills needed a spark. It was Week 3 of the regular season, and the winless Cincinnati Bengals had taken the lead late in the fourth quarter at New Era Field. A game that looked to be firmly in the Bills’ grasp was slipping away. That’s when Dawson Knox came through. The Bills’ rookie tight end hauled in a pass from Josh Allen near midfield and took off to…

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What, exactly, was Josh Allen doing on that failed lateral attempt in the playoffs against Houston? The Buffalo Bills' quarterback explained during an appearance on Barstool Sports' Pardon My Take podcast. "It wasn’t my finest moment, but I kind of just saw him and, hell, if I would have given him a good, little pitch (tight end) Dawson (Knox) might have been able to…

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Free-agent tight end Greg Olsen concluded his visit to the Bills late last week and is in Washington today, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport. Olsen, who was released by the Carolina Panthers, is expected to visit the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday and is expected to make a decision by the end of the week, according to the report. A three-time Pro Bowler, Olsen is…

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The Carolina-to-Buffalo pipeline could deliver again. The Bills hosted tight end Greg Olsen on a free-agent visit in the last few days. Olsen, 34, was recently by the Carolina Panthers, but has generated plenty of interest on the open market. In addition to the Bills, he’s also planning visits to the Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks. We saw last year when the…

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A look at the playing time for the Buffalo Bills in their playoff loss to the Houston Texans provides a reason to believe the team’s future is bright. The team’s first four drafted rookies from 2019 all played key roles. That was true not only against the Texans, but throughout the regular season. “I think this rookie class overall probably progressed quicker than th…

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This week’s Bills Mailbag leads off with a look at Brandon Beane’s draft-day maneuvering. It also hits on Josh Allen’s season and future, the risk involved with re-signing Shaq Lawson and a final take on the touchdown that wasn’t against the Texans. Let’s get to it … Brett Carruthers asks: Will the Bills package some picks and try to move up for one of the stud wide rec…

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The Buffalo Bills ended another long drought Friday. Cornerback Tre’Davious White was named a first-team All-Pro, becoming the first Bills player to do so since defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and defensive end Mario Williams were on the team in 2014. White, in his third season, was selected to the first team along with the New England Patriots' Stephon Gilmore. Gilm…

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Sean McDermott did his best to avoid them, but injuries still impacted the Buffalo Bills in their regular-season finale Sunday. The team's head coach chose to sit several starters in a meaningless game against the New York Jets at New Era Field. Cornerback Tre’Davious White, running back Devin Singletary, tight end Dawson Knox and wide receivers John Brown and Cole B…

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The Buffalo Bills are resting starters, after all. Cornerback Tre'Davious White, running back Devin Singletary, tight end Dawson Knox and wide receivers John Brown and Cole Beasley are among the team's inactive players for Sunday's regular-season finale against the New York Jets at New Era Field. All of those players are healthy, meaning coach Sean McDermott is electing…

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – So, the New England Patriots win the AFC East. Again. As nauseating as that might be for Buffalo Bills fans, there is some good news: The result of Saturday’s game probably wasn’t going to matter. Sure, a win would have kept the Bills alive in the division race. Those hopes are over now with New England’s 24-17 victory at Gillette Stadium. A me…

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This week’s Bills Mailbag leads off with a hypothetical – What would the top 10 of the 2018 draft look like if teams had a do-over? It also looks ahead to next season and addresses the weekly question of when Duke Williams will get back into the lineup. Let’s dive right in … Dave Universal asks: Re-draft the top 10 from 2018. Jay: 1. Cleveland – QB Lamar Jackson. 2. …

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Josh Allen couldn’t deliver on the big stage Sunday. The Buffalo Bills’ second-year quarterback didn’t get much help, either. Drops were a huge issue for the offense in the second half of a 24-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at New Era Field. There were at least four of them, and maybe more depending on your definition. First it was rookie tight end Dawson Knox…