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A pair of Buffalo Bills are doing their part to help their homeland. Offensive linemen Jeremiah Sirles and Spencer Long have watched as their home state of Nebraska has been ravaged by flooding. In the past week alone, 74 cities, 65 counties and four tribal areas in the state have declared states of emergency because of extreme water levels – leaving thousands of homes,…

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Welcome to the first celebrity Bills Mailbag. Check out the first question to see what I mean. Topics this week include the possibility of adding Antonio Brown in a trade, what the team might do with all of its cap space and what’s in store for Duke Williams. Let’s get to it … Luke Russert asks: Do you think there’s a mindset within One Bills Drive that the clock rea…

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The Bills made of one their easiest personnel decisions of the offseason Wednesday, re-signing veteran linebacker Lorenzo Alexander to a one-year contract extension. Alexander, who turns 36 in May, ranked eighth on the team in both defensive snaps played (62 percent) and special teams snaps played (39 percent) while earning the second-highest Pro Football Focus grade of…

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The Buffalo Bills brought back another one of their own Wednesday. The team announced a one-year contract extension with offensive lineman Jeremiah Sirles, a move that came just a few hours after a similar announcement regarding linebacker Lorenzo Alexander. Sirles, 27, is a 6-foot-6, 315-pounder who joined the Bills in September off waivers from Minnesota. He played…

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This is the next piece in a series analyzing the Bills' most significant questions entering the offseason. Part 5: What could the offensive line look like next year? Whether Dion Dawkins lines up at left or right tackle next season is a critical decision, but it may be the least of the Bills’ problems when it comes to addressing the offensive line. Buffalo could have…

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Brandon Beane’s perfect world involves re-signing his own free agents. We live in an imperfect world, though, so it remains to be seen whether the Buffalo Bills’ third-year general manager stands by that between now and March. The Bills have eight pending unrestricted free agents, which is a big change from last year, when Beane had 18 pending unrestricted free agent…

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Everything you need to know, plus what I’ll be watching for Sunday when the Buffalo Bills close out the 2018 season against the Miami Dolphins. TV: CBS. Announcers: Beth Mowins (play by play), Steve Beuerlein (color analyst). Radio: Bills Radio Network. Buffalo-WGR 550 AM; Toronto-Fan 590 AM; Rochester-WCMF 96.5 FM and WROC 950 AM; Syracuse-WTKW 99.5 FM and WTKV 105.…

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A jam-packed Bills Mailbag this week, so without further ado ... Rick McGuire asks: It looks like the Jets will have about $106 million and the Bills $92 million available for free agency in 2019. I know money talks, but could you see players signing with Buffalo over New York for less because of the direction the team is headed, or will the “Big Apple” city life be mor…

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Jerry Hughes didn’t have anything to say Wednesday about his verbal confrontation with an official after Sunday’s loss in Miami, but the executive director of the NFL Referees’ Association did. "We fully expect the NFL’s review to clear Roy Ellison,” Scott Green wrote in a statement. “Video from last week's game shows he was verbally threatened by a player who has a wel…

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LeSean McCoy has eluded media members much better in the last week than he has defenders. The Buffalo Bills’ running back was a no-show on the field and in the losing locker room after his team’s 41-9 loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday at New Era Field. McCoy gained just 10 yards on 10 carries in the loss. Over the last three weeks, McCoy has run 24 times … for 24 y…

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The Buffalo Bills are down a pair of safeties Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Starter Micah Hyde (groin) and top backup Rafael Bush (shoulder) were both made inactive about 90 minutes before kickoff. Both players were listed as questionable, but did not practice all week. Rookie Siran Neal figures to start in Hyde's absence, although the Bills' game-day roster does…

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GREEN BAY, Wis. – LeSean McCoy returned Sunday, but it didn’t make a bit of difference for the Buffalo Bills. It’s now a quarter of the way through the 2018 season, and McCoy has 85 rushing yards. In four games. Yes, he missed one of those games because of injury, but that doesn’t lessen the concern about what’s happened in the other three. McCoy had 24 yards on just…

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Buffalo Bills get one running back back, but will be without another Sunday against the Packers at Lambeau Field. LeSean McCoy is active and will make his return after missing Week 3 because of a rib injury. McCoy said Wednesday he was playing, but was officially listed as questionable. He wore a red, non-contact jersey all week during practice, as…