Read our team's coverage for everything you need to know as the defending AFC East champs head into camp.
The Buffalo Bills begin a 47-day run-up to the opening of the NFL season with their first training camp practice Wednesday.
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The statistics simply support what fans saw with their eyes. In the AFC championship game, Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes could have played in a tuxedo.
Here's a cheat sheet for the Bills' roster entering the 2021 training camp.
- By Vic Carucci News Sports Reporter
What about offensive balance? What about the supposed need to keep defenses guessing about how they'll be attacked? Bills offensive coordinator and play-caller Brian Daboll doesn't buy into that axiom.
- By Vic Carucci News Sports Reporter
The New York Jets are taking yet another stab at climbing out of the basement of the AFC East.
- By Mark Gaughan News Sports Reporter
After ranking 22nd in yards last season, the Dolphins invested in more weapons and more protection for Tua Tagovailoa, the fifth overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft.
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There's a reasonable chance Newton will benefit from what he didn't have in 2020: an offseason of in-person workouts, a second training camp and full season in the Patriots' offensive system.
Here are The Buffalo News’ AFC training camp power rankings and whether each franchise’s championship prospects have improved or worsened since last season.
The Bills have a big hole to fill on special teams and a tough job in evaluating how to fill it this summer.
Another year and one basic fact about the Buffalo Bills' roster entering training camp rings true: Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde form one of the best safety tandems in the NFL.
The Bills are approaching the cornerback position a bit differently so far this offseason.
Johnson is entering a crucial season. The 2018 fourth-round draft pick is heading into the final year of his rookie contract. He’s not, however, showing any indication that’s in his head as the season approaches.
With Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano as the centerpieces, the Bills focused on adding depth around them.
The Buffalo Bills’ linebacker hosted his first football camp last weekend at Centennial High School outside Nashville, Tenn., his alma mater, and seeing all the kids in the bleachers awaiting his arrival was a moment Dodson wasn’t quite prepared for.
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How will General Manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott sort out the logjam of talent?
For the time being, hope for an upgrade at tight end hinges mainly on Dawson Knox not only rebounding from a disappointing 2020 season, but taking his game to a higher level.
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The open practices are scheduled for July 31, Aug. 7 and Sept. 7, each at 10 a.m.
Webb could probably carve out a decently long career serving as the Bills’ practice squad quarterback. The 26-year-old from Prosper, Texas, however, has his sights set higher.
The biggest question facing the quarterback room this offseason comes off the field. Will the team be able to work out a long-term contract extension with starter Josh Allen before the start of the 2021 season?
The Bills’ brain trust demonstrated a ton of it in running backs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss this offseason.
The element of speed is what’s intriguing about Breida’s potential role in the Bills’ offense in 2021.
The pass protection should again be a strength. The Bills understand their strongest area is the passing game, and that is what likely will continue to draw the most attention during training camp and in-season practices.
The Bills’ decorated and talent-laden top four includes two returning All-Pros, a two-time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champ added through free agency and an ascending youngster.
With the quality depth GM Brandon Beane has amassed, some good players won’t make the team.
Whether it’s Devin Singletary or Zack Moss, one thing’s for sure: Whoever’s got the hot hand should expect more of the work.
The list of interior offensive linemen on the roster doesn't end with Jon Feliciano, Cody Ford and Ike Boettger.
Adams, 29, is one of 10 linebackers on the roster and fighting for a job behind Tremaine Edmunds, Matt Milano, A.J. Klein and special teams standout Tyler Matakevich.
This is the sixth in a series of questions facing the Buffalo Bills entering the start of training camp July 27.
Wallace started all 16 games in 2019. Last year, he missed four games due to injury.
Twenty-one of 22 starters return to the roster – good news for a team that went 13-3 last season. Which young players have the most upside and might be ready to emerge into bigger contributors?
Watching the competition for snaps and jobs on the defensive line is going to be one of the top storylines of the summer from training camp.
Excluding last year’s special circumstances, keeping three quarterbacks has not been coach Sean McDermott’s preferred method of roster construction.
It's reasonable to wonder if one of the most transformative trade acquisitions in Buffalo Bills history can replicate anything resembling his dominant performance in 2020, writes Vic Carucci.
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The Bills have invested huge resources this offseason in improving their defensive line by drafting Greg Rousseau in the first round and Carlos Basham in the second, on top of drafting A.J. Epenesa in the second round last year.