Jadeveon Clowney continues to be a popular topic among readers who submit questions for our Bills Mailbag. This week, Vic Carucci was asked if the Texans might consider swapping their edge rusher for a running back.
"Not seeing it," Carucci replied. "Although Clowney doesn't figure to have any future with the Texans, I don't see them seeking any sort of one-for-one trad…
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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…
The Buffalo Bills' offseason has hit its first bit of adversity.
When Sean McDermott started his news conference before the team's second spring practice session, he read an injury report that sounded like it should have come in Week 7 of the regular season. The good news is it's May. There is time for those players to get healthy.
The bad news is, those injured play…
As would be expected, Texans players and coaches have had complimentary things to say about Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen.
Perhaps, Texans defensive end/outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney paid Allen the highest praise.
“He doesn’t give up," Clowney said. "He doesn’t quit on any play. He thinks he can make a play on every play. He’s the heart and soul of that t…
Khalil Mack possessed traits that enraptured NFL scouts.
Yeah, but could he fit into any defensive scheme?
Mack was a hellacious pass-rusher for the University at Buffalo, dominating the Mid-American Conference and amassing school records.
Yeah, but how would he stack up against pedigreed competition?
He would erupt from his stance, use uncanny leverage skills …
HOUSTON -- Quick highlights from the Buffalo Bills' loss to the Houston Texans in NRG Stadium ...
What it means: The Bills fell to 2-2 and lost a pair of important defenders. The Bills were the better team for much of the game, but the Texans featured the most phenomenal player, who made all the difference.
Past beats the present: Bills quarterback EJ Manuel was outperfo…
Doug Whaley was on the phone with the Cleveland Browns and thought he had just hammered out trade terms that would give the Buffalo Bills the rookie they coveted more than any other in the draft.
The Browns were on the clock with the fourth selection Thursday night. After a couple previous calls elicited insufficient proposals and with time running out, Whaley and Brown…
I'm fixin' to get my draft on.
What better way to get warmed up for tonight's opening round than to chat about it with Shredd and Ragan on 103.3 The Edge?
Click below and bask in audio wonder as, for 25 riveting minutes, we discuss the following:
Rumors about the Buffalo Bills trading up from their ninth overall spot.
How much I'm looking forward to learning who Doug …
The Buffalo Bills have once again found themselves linked to the No. 1 overall pick in next month's NFL Draft.
In his "Monday Musings" column this morning, CBS Sports' Pete Prisco mentions the Bills as a team that may want to trade up with the Houston Texans for the top spot. The target, according to Prisco, would be South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Prisco m…
Position: Defensive end
School: South Carolina
Measurements: 6-foot-6, 266 pounds.
40 time: 4.53 seconds. Bench press: 21 reps of 225 pounds. Vertical jump: 37.5 inches. Broad jump: 124 inches. 20-yard shuttle: 4.43 seconds.
Career stats: 130 tackles, 47 tackles for loss, 24 sacks, nine forced fumbles.
Draft projection: Top 10 of first round.
Lowdown: A can't-miss prospec…
INDIANAPOLIS -- The only thing that might prevent University at Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack's draft stock from soaring any higher are several extra layers of ozone.
Top 10 pick? Top five pick?
How about No. 1 overall?
That's the type of attention NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock claims Mack deserves.
"He's one of the best two or three players in this draft," Mayock t…
University at Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack is considered by many to be a top-10 talent in the upcoming NFL draft.
NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock asserted Mack is twice that good.
"I actually think he's a top‑five player," Mayock said Tuesday on a conference call to preview the NFL scouting combine, which begins this week in Indianapolis. Mack's on-field workout in Luc…