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Wide receiver Rod Streater, who spent the spring and training camp with the Bills, suffered a broken neck during the Browns' 38-14 loss to the Chargers. Streater was released by the Bills at the end of the preseason and signed by the Browns following their trade of Josh Gordon. He was injured while on the punt coverage team. Doctors expect a full recovery and surgery…

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The Buffalo Bills set their roster Saturday, but hold off on calling it finalized. By cutting 34 players and trading quarterback AJ McCarron to the Oakland Raiders, the Bills went from 87 players to 52, one below the league maximum of 53 for the regular season. The Bills have until noon Sunday to submit waiver claims on players released by other teams Saturday, meaning …

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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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QB Josh Allen On the touchdown pass: “We had a little window fill back there and (Bills WR) Rod (Streater) got open. We had a guy coming in pretty free, just trying to make a play. Rod is a long-time vet, he knew where be at the right moment. I just had to get it out of my hands to him, he made the play.” On his performance: “ It felt good, just getting out the…

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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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The Buffalo Bills got robbed. Members of the Pro Football Writers of America voted recently for its yearly awards, one of which is the Pete Rozelle Award, which is given to an “NFL club public relations staff that consistently strives for excellence in its dealings and relationships with the media.” This year’s winner was the Minnesota Vikings. The Bills were one of …

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Rookie quarterback Josh Allen continued to see some time with the starting offense Wednesday on the second day of the Buffalo Bills’ mandatory minicamp. The first 11-on-11 session during practice was a red-zone segment. Allen’s first pass was knocked down, and he scrambled on the next play. He made an impressive touchdown throw on the offense’s third snap, throwing a ro…

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Rod Streater was in the middle of the type of training camp that earns an NFL player a job. The Buffalo Bills’ wide receiver consistently turned heads last summer, making at least one catch per practice that made observers take note. One misstep, though, was all it took to end Streater’s 2017 season before it ever got off the ground. Streater dislocated the big toe o…

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Especially this week, there is no escaping quarterback talk in Buffalo. With the greatest player in history coming to town with the other team, the quest for the Bills' next franchise quarterback seems as uncertain as ever. That's why, even with the playoffs firmly in reach, much of this week's mailbag deals with what might happen at the position, both in the final five…

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Cordy Glenn and Jordan Matthews are getting closer, but they're not there yet. Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott said the team will bring Glenn and Matthews along for their trip to Baltimore on Saturday for the third preseason game, but neither is expected to play against the Ravens. "Jordan Matthews as well as Cordy Glenn, both of which are progressing well, they w…