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A week ago, the Buffalo Bills had 18 players set to become unrestricted free agents. Now, five days after the market opened, just under a dozen of those players still do not have teams for the 2018 season. The Bills re-signed veteran defensive tackle Kyle Williams to a one-year, $6 million contract, while also re-signing running backs Travaris Cadet and Taiwan Jones …

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Quarterback AJ McCarron Q: They didn’t give you any Bills gear yet, you had to wear a suit? A: Yeah, I figured I’d put the suit on. I got a pin though. Q: When you looked at your best opportunities, why did this one seem to be the most appealing to you, besides the contract? A: I thought it was just a great opportunity for myself to come up here and be able to co…

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New backup safety Rafael Bush has spent eight years in the NFL since being undrafted 2010 out of South Carolina State. Now with a two-year contract from the Bills, he's likely to hit the 10-year mark in the league. Bush, 30, said his age gave him perspective on free agency. He was glad to be wanted by the Bills on the first day of free agency. Last year Bush lingered th…

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The Buffalo Bills waited patiently, then pounced. As teams around the NFL struck deals with veteran quarterbacks Tuesday, the Bills stayed on the sidelines. When the NFL's new league year opened at 4 p.m. Wednesday, the team still wasn't in the game. Then, just before 7:30 p.m., General Manager Brandon Beane made his move. At that time, the Bills announced a two-year…

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The Bills are expected to sign New Orleans Saints free agent safety Rafael Bush when the league year officially begins Wednesday. 1. Moving around: The Bills are Bush’s fifth NFL team (and he had two stints with the Saints). After going undrafted, Bush signed as a free agent with the Atlanta Falcons and spent most of the 2010 season and the first half of the 2011 season…

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Depth in the secondary is surely on the list of needs for the Buffalo Bills this offseason. The team will make a move to address that by signing safety Rafael Bush away from the New Orleans Saints, a league source confirmed to The Buffalo News. Bush's pending deal, which can't be made official until the start of the new NFL league year Wednesday, was first reported by N…