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The Bills began free agency with 18 unrestricted free agents. As the calendar hits April, nine of the 18 remain on the market. The Bills have re-signed four – Kyle Williams, Travaris Cadet, Ramon Humber and Taiwan Jones. The five who have signed elsewhere are Preston Brown (Bengals), E.J. Gaines (Browns), Seantrel Henderson (Texans), Deonte Thompson (Cowboys) and Sha…

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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…

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The Buffalo Bills’ special teams took the biggest step forward of any team in the NFL in 2017. The Bills finished tied for seventh overall in Rick Gosselin’s annual rankings of the league’s 32 special-teams units, an increase of 17 spots from their No. 24 finish in 2016. Gosselin’s rankings, which are compiled by assigning points based on a team’s finish in 22 kicking g…

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A year after leading the NFL with 24 unrestricted free agents, the Buffalo Bills are once again a team loaded with expiring contracts. The Bills have 18 players set to hit the open market in March, meaning General Manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott will continue their radical reshaping of the roster that started last year. Some of that reshaping will be done…

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The drought is dead. The Buffalo Bills finally ended a 17-year postseason dry spell, leading to mass celebrations, six-figure charitable donations and hope that, finally, the team is on the right path under the leadership of General Manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott. Before attention turns squarely to planning for 2018, though, here is one final look bac…

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Danny Crossman doesn’t take offense to the Buffalo Bills’ special teams being called boring. It’s actually a compliment for the team’s fifth-year coordinator. “The first key to winning games is not beating yourself,” Crossman said Thursday. “With the way we are trying to win games – which is the only thing that matters – I don't care what we're doing in terms of numb…

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Below are the Buffalo Bills' snap counts for the 2017 season, with some observations from the Week 11 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. • After Kelvin Benjamin got hurt on the fourth play of the game, Brandon Tate saw a big increase at wide receiver. Tate played a season-high 47 snaps, accounting for more than half of his season total (99) to date. • Fullback Patrick…

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Below are the Buffalo Bills' snap counts for the 2017 season, with some observations from the Week Eight win over the Raiders. • The coaches mean it when they say they're going to stick by rookie receiver Zay Jones. He played the most snaps of any wide receiver, with Jordan Matthews next. Deonte Thompson got two more snaps than Andre Holmes. That looks like it will be t…