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ATLANTA -- The Buffalo Bills have filled two big vacancies on coach Sean McDermott's staff. The team announced Saturday afternoon that it has hired Ken Dorsey as quarterbacks coach and Chad Hall as wide receivers coach. Dorsey replaces David Culley, who left the Bills' staff to take a job with the Ravens, while Hall replaces the fired Terry Robiskie. Dorsey, 37, was …

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Sean McDermott hasn’t been shy about making changes to his coaching staff during his two years leading the Buffalo Bills. The Bills have made seven changes to their coordinators or position coaches since McDermott took over. That starts with offensive coordinator Rick Dennison being fired after one year and special teams coordinator Danny Crossman being let go earlier t…

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Welcome to the first celebrity Bills Mailbag. Check out the first question to see what I mean. Topics this week include the possibility of adding Antonio Brown in a trade, what the team might do with all of its cap space and what’s in store for Duke Williams. Let’s get to it … Luke Russert asks: Do you think there’s a mindset within One Bills Drive that the clock rea…

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A good sign of just how much Josh Allen has won over Buffalo came at Thursday night’s Sabres game. When Allen was shown on the Jumbotron – wearing a Tre White Goalie Academy sweatshirt – the crowd inside KeyBank Center cheered as loud as it did all night. Allen took in the applause with a smile and a wave. He could be on a beach somewhere, so it was somewhat surprising …

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Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott continued to make changes to his coaching staff Wednesday, with wide receivers coach Terry Robiskie the next to go. The Buffalo News confirmed that Robiskie has been fired. He follows offensive line coach Juan Castillo in leaving McDermott’s staff. Alex Marvez, a SiriusXM NFL Radio host, was the first to report Robiskie’s depar…

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Detroit Lions-Buffalo Bills in late December was always going to be a tough sell. That's played out this week, as tickets were available on the secondary market for as little as $6 as of Thursday. Even though there are no playoff implications, there is plenty for Bills fans to watch for Sunday. That starts with Josh Allen and the continued development of the offense.…

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What a change from a year ago at this time. The 2017 Buffalo Bills season got off to a surprising 3-1 start, capturing the attention and imagination of the team’s long-suffering fans. That hot start went a long way toward the Bills ending a 17-year playoff drought. Fast forward to today, though, and it’s a different story. The Bills have started 2018 with a 1-3 recor…

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I first met Marcus Mariota in the Titans’ locker room after his first preseason game in Nashville, only months after he was drafted second overall in 2015, and as the team’s beat reporter spent the next three years chronicling his NFL career for The Tennessean. It’s a run that included a last-place finish his rookie season, when the Titans tied the Browns for the worst …

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"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!" Bills fans likely were saying that to themselves last week watching their team's 27-6 demolition of the Minnesota Vikings. One thing is certain after that result: The next few weeks have gotten a lot more interesting. On to this week's mailbag ... @atv3 asks: Watching the success of Robert Woods, Marquise Goodwin…

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The Buffalo Bills made a move Wednesday to add plenty of experience to their coaching staff. Terry Robiskie was hired to replace Phil McGeoghan as wide receivers coach, the team announced. Robiskie, with 36 years of NFL coaching experience, replaces the 38-year-old McGeoghan, who was announced Tuesday as the new wide receivers coach for the Los Angeles Chargers. Robi…