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Bills center Mitch Morse will not practice Wednesday and is in the concussion protocol, coach Sean McDermott said. McDermott said the concussion was diagnosed Tuesday, but offered no additional details. Morse had a veteran rest day Sunday and he watched practice Tuesday. The Bills were off Monday. "He’s in the protocol, so I can’t say very much," McDermott said. "…

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The Buffalo Bills couldn't have asked for two better days to start training camp. The team practiced under perfect conditions at St. John Fisher College at 9:45 a.m. Thursday and Friday, and will do so again both days this weekend. The return of football brings with it my regular duty handling the Bills Mailbag. Let's get to your questions ... Brendan Sweet asks: …

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AUSTIN, Texas – Mitch Morse watches as his father slowly and tenderly feeds Mitch's younger brother with a spoon. Mitch takes in the scene in silence while sitting on a kitchen stool. This is one of many moments that are powerful reminders of the part of Mitch's life that began defining his purpose long before he established himself as one of the best centers in the NFL…

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This is the 10th and final part of a series looking at 10 questions facing the Buffalo Bills entering training camp, which begins Thursday. Today’s question: Which undrafted rookie free agent has the best chance to make the 53-man roster? Levi Wallace and Robert Foster showed last year that undrafted rookies shouldn’t be counted out when it comes to making the Buffalo B…

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Is there such a thing as a fiscally responsible spending spree? If there is, the best example might be Brandon Beane’s approach to free agency this offseason. Yes, the Buffalo Bills’ general manager handed out contracts to 18 unrestricted free agents that could be worth a staggering $180 million, but that’s if every player makes it through the life of their deal – a …

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This is the eighth part of a series looking at 10 questions facing the Buffalo Bills entering training camp, which begins July 25. Today’s question: How will the coaching staff incorporate so many new players? The Buffalo Bills’ roster churn is basically complete. Just five players on the team’s 90-man roster predate the arrival of coach Sean McDermott in January 201…

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Barring and unforeseen move, the Bills will enter training camp with 16 offensive linemen on the roster. It can be hard to keep them all straight. But if that sounds like you, you're in luck: Mark Gaughan's training camp preview of the offensive line sorts things out nicely. Here's how the position looks entering camp, from left to right across the line: Left tack…

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You have Buffalo Bills questions that you've submitted to me via Twitter @viccarucci. I have answers. Let's get rolling. 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…

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Wyatt Teller is only approaching his second season as an NFL guard, and already he's working with his second offensive line coach and a whole bunch of new faces in his position group. "It's definitely crazy," Teller said of the several offensive linemen the Bills added via free agency and the draft. "I mean, the guys they brought in, there's a reason. They wanted to bri…

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The Buffalo Bills got an early start on their summer Thursday. Head coach Sean McDermott canceled the team’s final practice of mandatory minicamp and instead hosted a field day inside the ADPRO Sports Training Center. “I’ve been encouraged with the participation, with the attitude, with the work ethic,” McDermott said Monday. “The guys are coming together.” That’s…

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The NFL's highest-paid center is back in action. Mitch Morse, who signed a four-year, $44.5 million deal with the Buffalo Bills in free agency, took the field for the first time Tuesday during minicamp. He missed earlier team activity this offseason while recovering from surgery to fix a core muscle injury (also known as a sports hernia). “It’s all structurally good …

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Buffalo Bills first-round draft pick Ed Oliver will be limited in practice Tuesday as the team continued organized team activities. Coach Sean McDermott said Oliver is out with shoulder soreness. He is among six players who were listed as limited at practice along with seven players who are out. Free-agent center Mitch Morse, who did not practice officially last w…

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Every year, there’s a discussion about the gamble NFL teams take with their September-through-January fortunes by putting players on the field April through June. With each so-called low-intensity, non-contact offseason practice, players chance blowing out a knee or breaking a bone or tearing a muscle, injuries that threaten seasons and even careers. The subject has hit…

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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…

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The Buffalo Bills’ injury report Tuesday read more like a particularly tough week in the regular season. Before the team headed out to the practice field, coach Sean McDermott read a lengthy list of players who wouldn’t participate, including three of the team’s big free-agent additions. “Tyler Kroft yesterday sustained a broken foot and will have surgery today,” cam…