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General managers around the NFL apparently didn’t get the memo that the league’s trade deadline this year doesn’t arrive until 4 p.m. Oct. 29. There have been deals aplenty dating back to the start of the regular season, with the most recent coming Tuesday when the Jacksonville Jaguars sent cornerback Jalen Ramsey to the Los Angeles Rams for a pair of first-round draft …

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PITTSFORD — Another day, another injury along the Buffalo Bills' suddenly ravaged offensive line. Reserve tackle LaAdrian Waddle left Sunday's practice at St. John Fisher College on a cart after suffering an apparent leg injury, the latest setback for an offensive line that has struggled to find any sort of continuity during training camp. Waddle joins center Mitch M…

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Here are my observations from the Bills’ eighth practice of training camp Friday night: 1. Tommy Sweeney isn’t quite the last man standing at tight end for the Buffalo Bills, but it’s getting close. Sweeney, a seventh-round draft pick out of Boston College, has risen up the depth chart this summer mostly because of what’s happening around him. Presumed starter Tyler …

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PITTSFORD – Here are my top takeaways from Day 7 of Bills training camp at St. John Fisher College. 1. Dialing it back. The Bills practiced in shorts and shells Thursday after four consecutive workouts in pads. As such, the intensity level was down a couple of notches. With a night practice looming Friday at New Era Field, coach Sean McDermott went heavy on veteran rest…

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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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Wyatt Teller started seven games at guard during his rookie season. But he knows the departure of offensive line coach Juan Castillo and the addition of numerous linemen means nothing should be taken for granted. Teller worked at both guard positions during spring practices as well as center, but didn't let his thoughts drift to what the starting lineup could look like …

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Wyatt Teller is only approaching his second season as an NFL guard, and already he's working with his second offensive line coach and a whole bunch of new faces in his position group. "It's definitely crazy," Teller said of the several offensive linemen the Bills added via free agency and the draft. "I mean, the guys they brought in, there's a reason. They wanted to bri…

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NFL teams usually dread the period between the end of minicamp and the start of training camp. It’s a time when players return home, unwind, and sometimes find themselves in trouble. The Buffalo Bills didn’t have to wait for that period to start next month, though, as trouble found rookie linebacker Tyrel Dodson last weekend. Dodson was arrested in Scottsdale, Ariz.,…

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Props to you, the readers, for providing some great questions this week in the Bills Mailbag. A programming note: If yours didn't make it this week, I've got it saved for next week. Let's get to it ... Viva Los Bills #PonchoPower asks: What returning starter from last season is the most likely not to make the team in 2019? Jay: First of all, well done on the name.…

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One thing is clear about Jon Feliciano: The Buffalo Bills’ new offensive lineman likes to hit people. “Super, super tough,” is how General Manager Brandon Beane described Feliciano last week. “Very nasty. When he gets his hands on you, school’s out.” Feliciano, 27, signed a two-year contract shortly after the start of free agency. Other players with far more starting…

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The Buffalo Bills are serious about rebuilding their offensive line. The team agreed to a two-year contract with former Oakland Raiders guard/center Jon Feliciano on Tuesday night, according to a report from ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Feliciano, 27, is a 6-foot-4-inch, 325-pounder who was a fourth-round draft pick by Oakland in 2015. He appeared in 13 games with four start…

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This week’s Mailbag has a heavy emphasis on how the Bills should go about rebuilding on the offensive side. Let’s get right to your questions … Greg Tompsett asks: Do you think it makes sense to view the offensive line rebuild as a two-year project: a few free-agent signings and multiple draft picks, then further investment in free agency and the draft in 2020, viewing …

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This is the next piece in a series analyzing the Bills' most significant questions entering the offseason. Part 5: What could the offensive line look like next year? Whether Dion Dawkins lines up at left or right tackle next season is a critical decision, but it may be the least of the Bills’ problems when it comes to addressing the offensive line. Buffalo could have…

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Welcome to the mailbag. This week, we're tackling the future of Thomas Davis, comparing the two Duke Williams, debating Shaq Lawson's future and projecting the number of trades the Bills will swing. Let's get to it ... Rick McGuire asks: Any chance the Bills sign former Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis? Seems to me he could be a great teacher/mentor for the younger guys…

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UPDATED: A league source confirms the Bills' decision to fire offensive line coach Juan Castillo. PREVIOUSLY: The Buffalo Bills have reportedly made their first big move of the offseason. According to a report Tuesday night from CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, the team has fired offensive line coach/run-game coordinator Juan Castillo. The Bills have not offic…