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This is the 10th and final part of a series looking at 10 questions facing the Buffalo Bills entering training camp, which begins Thursday. Today’s question: Which undrafted rookie free agent has the best chance to make the 53-man roster? Levi Wallace and Robert Foster showed last year that undrafted rookies shouldn’t be counted out when it comes to making the Buffalo B…

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The Bills clearly like Ty Nsekhe. They signed him this offseason to a two-year deal worth $10 million. They gave him $3 million just for signing his contract and reportedly guaranteed his $3.2 million salary this season, too. But if Nsekhe never plays a snap at left tackle, the Bills might be OK with that. That scenario would mean Dion Dawkins stepped up and won the job…

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Barring and unforeseen move, the Bills will enter training camp with 16 offensive linemen on the roster. It can be hard to keep them all straight. But if that sounds like you, you're in luck: Mark Gaughan's training camp preview of the offensive line sorts things out nicely. Here's how the position looks entering camp, from left to right across the line: Left tack…

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The Buffalo Bills got an early start on their summer Thursday. Head coach Sean McDermott canceled the team’s final practice of mandatory minicamp and instead hosted a field day inside the ADPRO Sports Training Center. “I’ve been encouraged with the participation, with the attitude, with the work ethic,” McDermott said Monday. “The guys are coming together.” That’s…

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Losing Kyle Williams is going to hurt the leadership of any locker room. The Buffalo Bills, though, look as if they should be able to withstand it. Veteran linebacker Lorenzo Alexander figures to immediately step into that role, but he’s already announced the 2019 season will be his last. That means the Bills will be looking for another defensive player to emerge. As…

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The Buffalo Bills’ injury report Tuesday read more like a particularly tough week in the regular season. Before the team headed out to the practice field, coach Sean McDermott read a lengthy list of players who wouldn’t participate, including three of the team’s big free-agent additions. “Tyler Kroft yesterday sustained a broken foot and will have surgery today,” cam…

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The Buffalo Bills turned their attention to the other side of the ball Friday night during the second round of the NFL Draft. The team traded up two spots to the 38th overall pick to select Oklahoma offensive tackle Cody Ford. To make the deal, Buffalo sent the 40th pick in the second round and No. 158 overall in the fifth round to the Oakland Raiders -- a pick that act…

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It’s finally here. After months of buildup, the first round of the NFL draft gets started at 8 p.m. Thursday in Nashville. The Buffalo Bills have the ninth overall pick – barring a trade – and several different directions they can go. That means it’s time for a draft edition of the mailbag. Let’s get to it. Joseph Spinelli asks: If the choice was yours, who do you…

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April is one of the best sports months of the year. The start of baseball, the Masters, the start of the NBA and NHL playoffs (remember those, Sabres fans?) and, of course, the NFL draft. Naturally at this time of year, that topic dominates this week's mailbag. Let's get right to it ... I’Don’tTrustTheProcess asks: What is the likelihood the Bills take a flier in the…

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So much for the idea that free agents don’t want to come to Buffalo. One by one, evidence of the opposite came through One Bills Drive on Thursday. A total of six introductory press conferences were held, part of the team’s class of eight free-agent signings — a flurry of activity that has reshaped the roster and made it clear Western New York can, in fact, be an NFL de…

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What a difference six months has made for the Buffalo Bills’ offense. With a flurry of activity over the last two days, the team added protection and weapons for young quarterback Josh Allen – which was the stated goal at the start of the offseason. Those moves – signing offensive linemen Mitch Morse, Jon Feliciano and Ty Nsekhe, tight end Tyler Kroft, running back Fran…

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The Buffalo Bills continue to rebuild their offense in the early stages of free agency. The most recent move involves reaching a contract agreement with former Washington offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter. Nsekhe's deal is for two years and is worth up to $14.5 million, with $7.7 million guaranteed, according to multiple …