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Wide receiver John Brown appears on the Buffalo Bills' injury report Wednesday as a limited participant with a groin injury. He was not among the Bills whom coach Sean McDermott said would be limited when he met with reporters before practice. Quarterback Josh Allen is listed as a full participant with a hand injury. He injured the left hand on the interception again…

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The Bills returned from the bye week Monday with a light practice without helmets or pads. An injury report is not required until Wednesday, and coach Sean McDermott is not scheduled to meet with the media. Running back Devin Singletary, who has not played since injuring a hamstring in the Giants game, was taking part in drills. Linebacker Matt Milano, who injured…

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The Buffalo Bills got at least a glimmer of good injury news Monday. After losing five starters at one point during Sunday’s 14-7 win over the Tennessee Titans, coach Sean McDermott started his Monday press conference by announcing that for at least one of them – center Mitch Morse – the update was positive. “He’s moving in the right direction with his ankle,” McDerm…

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – At one point in the second half Sunday, the Buffalo Bills had lost five starters to injury. Out went veteran center Mitch Morse, and in went veteran offensive lineman Spencer Long, who has 44 career starts. Out went rookie right tackle Cody Ford – who was pulling full-time duty with veteran Ty Nsekhe out because of an ankle injury – and in went Rya…

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NFL teams are fond of looking at the schedule in quarters. When the Buffalo Bills do so, they’ll come away feeling awfully good about the first one of the 2019 season – even if it ended on a sour note. The Bills went 3-1 in the first quarter of this season, a record that has them in a postseason spot if the season ended today. The one loss came Sunday against the New…

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The Buffalo Bills have wasted little time in getting their rookie class on the field. Through the first two weeks of the season, the Bills are one of only two teams in the NFL to have at least five rookies take 20 snaps or more in Weeks 1 and 2. The Oakland Raiders are the other. The Raiders have seven rookies who are taking at least 25% of the offensive or defensive…

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Cody Ford wasn’t having it. It was bad enough that quarterback Josh Allen was hit, perhaps a split-second late, after throwing the ball away on third down. But when New York Giants linebacker Lorenzo Carter stood there, towering over the Bills’ young franchise quarterback, who had led Buffalo to three consecutive touchdown drives, it was offen…

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Week 1 is here, and you brought the heat this week. The Bills Mailbag is stuffed full of questions, leading with former Bills receiver Antonio Brown (just kidding). Other topics addressed include how the backfield will look after the release of LeSean McCoy, as well as season and game predictions against the New York Jets and much, much more. Let's get right to it ... K…

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Jerry Hughes felt like he was back in grade school. On the bus ride from Spartanburg, S.C., to Charlotte, N.C., following the Buffalo Bills’ joint practices last month with the Carolina Panthers, coach Sean McDermott made a pit stop. The entire team – 91 players, plus coaches and staff – stopped at Lemmons Farms in Gaffney, S.C. McDermott used to visit the farm regul…

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It’s harder to make the Buffalo Bills in 2019 than it was in 2018. That’s exactly the way General Manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott want it. “If you’re building your roster the right way, that’s what you want,” McDermott said after Thursday night’s preseason finale, a come-from-behind, 27-23 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. "You want those tough decis…

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DETROIT – The Bills’ starting defense found itself in a familiar position in the first half of the team’s 24-20 preseason victory against the Lions on Friday night at Ford Field: Defending a short field after a turnover. Twice. Buffalo gave up a total of three points on those Detroit drives, which began at the Bills’ 27- and 18-yard lines. And while Matt Stafford put…

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Trent Murphy joked at the end of the 2018 season that he needed an extra roll of duct tape to get through his first year with the Buffalo Bills. Managing to play 13 games ended up being an accomplishment for Murphy, who was coming back from the torn ACL that caused him to miss all of the 2017 season with Washington. Complicating matters were groin, ankle and knee injuri…

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This week’s Bills Mailbag leads with the phenomenon that Christian Wade is becoming. It also hits on the crowded competition at wide receiver, Tyree Jackson’s chances of making the practice squad, whether it's time to start worrying about Stephen Hauschka and plenty more. Let’s get right to it … @BigD50786709 asks: Why does everyone say Christian Wade can’t make the tea…

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CHARLOTTE – For the second week in a row, the Buffalo Bills' defense was impressive. Of course, for the second week in a row, the unit did not face a starting quarterback. In last week's 24-16 preseason-opening victory against the Indianapolis Colts, the Bills went up against Jacoby Brissett while Andrew Luck was held out with a calf injury. In Friday night's 27-14 w…

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For as long as he can remember, Darryl Johnson Jr. has gone by “Bam.” The Buffalo Bills’ rookie defensive end earned the nickname from his parents, Marsha and Darryl Sr., after "The Flintstones" character Bamm-Bamm Rubble, because he had a tendency to slam his toys on the ground. Two decades later, the nickname still fits, but for a different reason. Bamm-Bamm was fa…