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Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott continued to make changes to his coaching staff Wednesday, with wide receivers coach Terry Robiskie the next to go. The Buffalo News confirmed that Robiskie has been fired. He follows offensive line coach Juan Castillo in leaving McDermott’s staff. Alex Marvez, a SiriusXM NFL Radio host, was the first to report Robiskie’s depar…

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Every NFL team has someone who can be considered a No. 1 wide receiver. How that’s defined – whether by number of targets, catches or yards – is subjective. But not every team has a true No. 1 receiver – a game-changing player defensive coordinators wake up in a cold sweat thinking about – and that includes the Buffalo Bills. Kelvin Benjamin certainly wasn’t it, and Sam…

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One of my pet peeves is people from Buffalo asking in July, “Is it October yet?” We get maybe four months of summer, tops. Let's not rush them along, OK? To all those people, it looks like your time has arrived. Count me among those who will miss the 80-degree days. Onto this week's mailbag ... Rick McGuire asks: I interpret Sean McDermott’s takeover of the defensive…

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The Buffalo Bills go into Sunday's home opener against the Los Angeles Chargers at New Era Field with just four healthy wide receivers. Rookie Ray-Ray McCloud still isn't ready to return to the lineup as he deals with a knee injury, so he was declared inactive. He was questionable for the game. That follows veteran Jeremy Kerley being released Saturday in a numbers crun…

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The Buffalo Bills aren't getting much respect heading into the 2018 season. Breaking a 17-year playoff drought last year in dramatic fashion has done little to change the dim projections for the team this season. After Nathan Peterman was announced as the starting quarterback Monday, ESPN's "Football Power Index" was updated. The Bills ranked 32nd — dead last in the NFL…

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When was the last time a preseason game generated this much buzz? I wouldn't be surprised if there are 60,000 people in the stands Sunday when the Buffalo Bills host the Cincinnati Bengals at New Era Field. The highlight, of course, will be rookie quarterback Josh Allen working with the starters – an excellent opportunity for him to win the starting role for the season …

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CLEVELAND – The top of the Buffalo Bills’ depth chart at wide receiver is starting to crystallize. After that, though, it’s still anyone’s guess as to who has the inside track for a spot on the 53-man roster. The first three receivers into Friday night’s second preseason game against the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium were Kelvin Benjamin, Jeremy Kerley and … Zay Jones. …

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1. AJ McCarron’s turn with the starters. We’re assuming this, but it would make sense given the rotation the team has used throughout training camp. All of the quarterbacks played well in the preseason opener, meaning the competition to be the starter remains wide open. McCarron can make his case with a strong showing against a Cleveland team that has a pair of good pass r…

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Pencil is definitely the best writing tool to use when jotting down the Buffalo Bills’ depth chart at wide receiver. At any given practice, a steady shuffling with the starters takes place among the 13 receivers competing for anywhere between five and seven jobs on the 53-man roster. On Friday, it was Ray-Ray McCloud’s turn to take some reps with the first unit. McCl…

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PITTSFORD — Nathan Peterman came out firing Monday. Working with the starters, the Buffalo Bills' second-year quarterback completed his first six passes in 11-on-11 work during practice at St. John Fisher College. Two of those completions went to Rod Streater and another two went to Kelvin Benjamin. Running back LeSean McCoy also hauled in a screen pass, while tight end…

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I'm leading this week's Mailbag with a weather question that was debated in the Bills' media room: How many days a year is it nicer in Buffalo than Atlanta? Now, if you love hot, humid conditions, the answer would be close to 0. But if you can't stand the heat, what is it? You could look at the average number of days with a room temperature of about 72 to get a prett…

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Brandon Beane felt compelled to apologize to Brian Daboll. The Buffalo Bills’ general manager intended to get the team’s offensive coordinator some more help during last week’s NFL Draft. After taking quarterback Josh Allen with the seventh overall selection, however, each of Beane’s next four picks played defense. "We had to trust the board,” Beane said Monday durin…

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Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott were largely silent Monday about Richie Incognito. The Buffalo Bills' general manager and coach largely sidestepped any questions about the team's former left guard, who announced his retirement last week. "Um, you know, not going to really get into detail," Beane said. "Richie's on the reserve/retired list, which is not a part of our…

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The Bills signed wide receiver/returner Jeremy Kerley to a one-year contract on Monday. Here are five things to know about Kerley: In the slot: Kerley has spent most of his career as a slot receiver.  He has recorded 268 catches for 3,109 yards, an average of 11.6 yards per reception, with 13 touchdowns. His most productive season in terms of yardage was 2012 when he ha…

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The Buffalo Bills added some depth to their roster Monday with the signings of wide receiver Jeremy Kerley and defensive tackle Tenny Palepoi. Both players got one-year contracts, according to the team. Kerley, 29, spent last season with the New York Jets, making 22 catches for 217 yards and one touchdown in eight games. It was his second stint with the Jets. He spent 2…