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This is the fourth in a series of stories looking at the Buffalo Bills’ salary cap situation heading into free agency. Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 The Buffalo Bills are not desperate for space under the NFL salary cap this offseason. Contract websites Spotrac.com and Overthecap.com project the Bills will have $82.8 million available when the league’s new year starts in …

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The Buffalo Bills needed a spark. It was Week 3 of the regular season, and the winless Cincinnati Bengals had taken the lead late in the fourth quarter at New Era Field. A game that looked to be firmly in the Bills’ grasp was slipping away. That’s when Dawson Knox came through. The Bills’ rookie tight end hauled in a pass from Josh Allen near midfield and took off to…

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The Carolina-to-Buffalo pipeline could deliver again. The Bills hosted tight end Greg Olsen on a free-agent visit in the last few days. Olsen, 34, was recently by the Carolina Panthers, but has generated plenty of interest on the open market. In addition to the Bills, he’s also planning visits to the Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks. We saw last year when the…

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A look at the playing time for the Buffalo Bills in their playoff loss to the Houston Texans provides a reason to believe the team’s future is bright. The team’s first four drafted rookies from 2019 all played key roles. That was true not only against the Texans, but throughout the regular season. “I think this rookie class overall probably progressed quicker than th…

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The Buffalo Bills ended another long drought Friday. Cornerback Tre’Davious White was named a first-team All-Pro, becoming the first Bills player to do so since defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and defensive end Mario Williams were on the team in 2014. White, in his third season, was selected to the first team along with the New England Patriots' Stephon Gilmore. Gilm…

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PITTSBURGH – Devin Singletary coughed up the ball the first time, and he beat himself up a little bit. But he knew he couldn’t dwell on one mistake. Or two. Singletary, the Buffalo Bills’ rookie running back, was the leading rusher with 87 yards in a 17-10 win against Pittsburgh on Sunday at Heinz Field, but he left the stadium emphasizing the most important thing: H…

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PITTSBURGH — Tyler Kroft’s first big play for the Buffalo Bills was a long time coming but came at a great time. Kroft’s 14-yard touchdown catch — his first as a Bill — was the winning score in Buffalo’s 17-10 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Kroft, who missed most of last season with a broken foot, was signed in March to be the Bills’ No. 1 tight end.…

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This week’s Bills Mailbag leads off with a hypothetical – What would the top 10 of the 2018 draft look like if teams had a do-over? It also looks ahead to next season and addresses the weekly question of when Duke Williams will get back into the lineup. Let’s dive right in … Dave Universal asks: Re-draft the top 10 from 2018. Jay: 1. Cleveland – QB Lamar Jackson. 2. …

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The third quarter of the Buffalo Bills’ schedule played out exactly as the first two, with one key difference. The Bills went 3-1 again, the same as the first two quarters of the schedule, improving their record to 9-3 on the season. The difference, though, is how they looked doing it. There was no squeaking by the New York Jets or New York Giants, no second-half com…

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This week’s Bills Mailbag is the Thanksgiving leftovers version. I’m thankful for the questions you all send my way each week, but sometimes can’t fit them all in. Here, we clean up the leftovers, starting with a pair of questions dealing with Josh Allen’s use of the no-huddle offense. Let’s dig in … Michael Lenhard asks: The game is SO much different now than when J…

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Grading the Buffalo Bills in their 20-3 victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday at New Era Field: Running game: A+ It was all working. Devin Singletary topped 100 yards for the first time in his career. Frank Gore passed Barry Sanders for third place on the NFL’s career rushing list. Let that sink in for a second. Barry. Sanders. Josh Allen scrambled his way to 56 yard…

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Who was ultimately at fault for the Bills’ maddening, belly-wrenching, head-scratching, lunch-tossing 19-16 loss to the lowly Browns? I’ll tell you. Stephen Hauschka. Hauschka is no longer Hausch Money, he’s a bad bet. It is the first time many Bills fans have completely lost faith in the man of faith. The game-tying kick as time all but expired, even at 53 breezy…

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The Buffalo Bills’ clock management at the end of Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium was confusing, to say the least. Coach Sean McDermott did his best to offer some sort of an explanation Monday. “The plans weren’t really to huddle at that point. It was to go to the line and get the third-down call off and then save the timeout there,”…

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Leslie Frazier was confident the Buffalo Bills would fix what was broken with their run defense. Through the first half Sunday against the Washington Redskins, he looked to be grossly mistaken. A week after allowing 218 rushing yards to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Bills were in the process of being gashed again. Washington running back Adrian Peterson, the 34-year-o…

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The second-guessing of offensive Brian Daboll reached a fever pitch Sunday. The Buffalo Bills’ offensive coordinator took plenty of heat on social media from  fans during a 31-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at New Era Field. The first major issue with Daboll’s game plan came in the second quarter. Facing a third-and-2 coming out of the two-minute warning, the off…