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From the minute he drafted him, Brandon Beane has positively glowed about Devin Singletary. The Buffalo Bills’ general manager called the rookie running back from Florida Atlantic the most fun player he scouted during the 2018 college football season. He raved about Singletary’s vision and instincts, calling those “rare” traits. Even so, it wasn’t known just how quic…

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The fourth quarter of an NFL preseason game is usually a time fans would rather forget. Christian Wade, however, gave the diehards who stuck around at New Era Field on Thursday night something to remember. Wade, the 28-year-old running back and former professional rugby player who was allocated to the Buffalo Bills as part of the International Player Pathway program,…

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Devin Singletary was never the biggest or fastest player on the field when he played running back at Florida Atlantic University. The same will be true when he makes his professional debut soon with the Buffalo Bills. Normally, Singletary’s size-and-speed combination – 5-foot-7, 203 pounds and 4.66-second 40-yard dash – would be viewed as a detriment. Lane Kiffin …

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T.J. Yeldon entered the NFL with great expectations. He was a college star at Alabama, ranking fifth on the program’s all-time rushing yardage list, with 3,322, and became the third running back chosen in 2015 when the Jacksonville Jaguars used the 36th overall selection in the second round on him. After four years, though, it’s fair to say Yeldon hasn’t quite lived …

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Dirty work is a frequent description of the duties a fullback has in the NFL. Zach Olstad can’t help but laugh when he hears that. After all, taking on a 300-pound defensive lineman is practically a walk in the park compared to what the Buffalo Bills’ rookie is doing this summer. Just as he has for the past seven years, Olstad is lending a hand at Harmony Transportat…

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Every tattoo on Keith Ford’s body comes with a story. The most tragic of those is three bullets on the inside of his right bicep. Each one is a constant reminder of friends gone too soon, the victims of gun violence. “People usually get tattoos just to get tattoos, but after I go through trials and tribulations in my life, I want it to leave a mark,” the Buffalo Bill…