Column as I see ‘em:
ORCHARD PARK — Bills Safety Micah Hyde recalled being immediately impressed with general manager Brandon Beane for going big — in numbers and size — to address the team’s defensive line needs during the NFL draft.
ORCHARD PARK — Wide receiver Cole Beasley continued his crusade against vaccinations and the NFL’s COVID-19 policies as the Buffalo Bills opened training camp, though he attempted to sidestep questions about his stance.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills have their entire eight-member draft class under contract after signing offensive tackle Spencer Brown to a four-year contract on Tuesday.
I'd like to give Cole Beasley the benefit of the doubt, I really would. The Bills’ receiver is clearly a man of deeply held convictions, willing to speak his mind and wade into the cesspool of modern social media.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills placed reserve defensive end Brian Cox Jr. on injured reserve and signed defensive tackles Eli Ankou and Nazair Jones on Tuesday.
The Buffalo Bills are pursuing plans to build a new stadium to replace their aging facility.
BUFFALO — Buffalo Bills receiver Cole Beasley does not plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and insists he will not follow rules jointly adopted by the NFL and NFLPA requiring unvaccinated players to stay clear of people.
For someone regarded by his Buffalo Bills teammates as a man of few words, defensive tackle Star Lotulelei sure had plenty to unpack following his year away from football.
HENDERSON, Nev. — John Brown believes he's the answer to fill the wide receiver void of the Las Vegas Raiders after Nelson Algholor bolted for New England during the offseason via free agency.
ORCHARD PARK (AP) — The Buffalo Bills are staying home for training camp again.
BUFFALO — The Buffalo Bills have agreed to sign first-round draft pick Greg Rousseau to a four-year contract on Thursday.
During his four-plus years as the Bills head coach, Sean McDermott has been a master of evasion in front of a microphone. In that way, he’s like most football coaches. McDermott is generally wary of saying anything remotely controversial to the media.
BUFFALO — Quarterback Josh Allen and Buffalo Bills players are split on whether to get vaccinated at a time coach Sean McDermott raised concerns his team could fall behind in having COVID-19 protocol restrictions loosened for the start of training camp.
BUFFALO — What do you get when three hulking, Bills rookie offensive linemen wind up squeezing onto the same commuter plane to Buffalo?
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills signed five of their eight rookie draft picks, including second-round selection defensive end Carlos Basham of Wake Forest, on Thursday, the eve of a three-day rookie camp.
The NFL is returning to London in October and Tom Brady begins his pursuit of an eighth Super Bowl title against Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys when Tampa Bay hosts the league’s annual kickoff game on Sept. 9.
An NFL team can’t release a player simply because he is not vaccinated for COVID-19, a person with direct knowledge of the league's directive told The Associated Press on Friday.
BUFFALO — Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane would theoretically consider cutting an unvaccinated player if it meant the team being able to lift NFL COVID-19 protocols restricting in-person team meetings.
BUFFALO — Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds are staying around for at least two more seasons.
BUFFALO — The heavy lifting for Brandon Beane is just getting started after the Buffalo Bills general manager upgraded the team’s pass rush and bolstered its depth with eight selections in the NFL draft.
BUFFALO — The Buffalo Bills doubled down on edge rushers by selecting Wake Forest’s Carlos Basham with the 61st pick in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday night.
Ponder this if you will: In a very short time — assuming that Mac Jones isn’t a total bust in New England — the Bills’ Josh Allen will be the elder statesman among starting quarterbacks in the AFC East.
BUFFALO — Whatever Greg Rousseau lacks in experience as a pass rusher, Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane believes the University of Miami defensive end makes up for in sheer size, speed and instincts.
BUFFALO — Brandon Beane hopes he becomes accustomed to picking at the back of the pack in the NFL draft for years to come following the Bills’ breakthrough season.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills signed offensive lineman Ike Boettger to a one-year contract on Tuesday, a little over a month after retaining the rights to the third-year player.
NIAGARA FALLS — Art comes in many shapes and sizes. Even as small as on a smartphone.
There’s been a lot of speculation lately about the Bills taking a running back with the 30th pick of the first round in next week’s NFL draft.
It's easy to look back in hindsight. But what-ifs can still be a lot of fun.
BUFFALO — Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is still debating whether to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and believes the decision be left to a personal choice.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills agreed to sign guard Forrest Lamp to a one-year contract on Wednesday in continuing a series of offseason moves to add experienced offensive line depth.
BUFFALO — With a revised stadium feasibility study in hand, the Buffalo Bills are preparing to open discussions with state and local governments to determine whether to renovate the current facility or build a new home either near the existing suburban site or downtown.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills added experienced starting depth to their offensive line by signing Bobby Hart to a one-year contract on Tuesday.
The Buffalo Bills have a new name for their longtime home in Orchard Park.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills agreed to sign running back Matt Breida to a one-year contract on Thursday.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills are welcoming back a dynamic receiving, running and return threat after reaching an agreement to re-sign Isaiah McKenzie to a one-year contract on Tuesday.
BUFFALO — Emmanuel Sanders had his eyes on Buffalo long before the veteran receiver signed with the Bills in free agency this week.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills agreed to sign tight end Jacob Hollister to a one-year contract on Friday.
BUFFALO — The Buffalo Bills agreed to sign former Chicago Bears starter Mitch Trubisky to a one-year contract on Thursday, and serve as Josh Allen’s primary backup.
BUFFALO — The Buffalo Bills reached an agreement to sign free agent receiver Emmanuel Sanders in a move on Wednesday that restores experienced depth to their potent passing attack.
The Buffalo Bills agreed to two moves and made two others on Tuesday.
The Bills are set up for another run in 2021. But they better not be done making moves.
BUFFALO — The Buffalo Bills agreed to re-sign offensive lineman Jon Feliciano to a three-year contract extension on Sunday, a day before the versatile starter was free to open contract talks with other teams.
ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills agreed to sign offensive lineman Daryl Williams to a three-year contract on Friday, days before the starter was eligible to become a free agent.
BUFFALO — The Buffalo Bills re-signed linebacker Matt Milano to a four-year contract on Thursday, less than a week before the starter was eligible to become a free agent.
BUFFALO — The Buffalo Bills released receiver John Brown and defensive lineman Quinton Jefferson in moves made Wednesday to free up much-needed space under the newly announced salary cap.
BUFFALO — Buffalo Bills center Mitch Morse agreed to take a $2 million pay cut to secure his spot on the roster and help the team free up much-needed space under the salary cap, a person with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
This Week's Circulars
- Falls police investigating death on 28th and Linwood
- Two in custody after Boulevard chase
- Couple charged in Tuesday's Boulevard chase no strangers to police pursuits
- A new path for Main Street
- Bunker takes over rebuild of NT football
- Moving forward on Main
- Two charged in Pine Avenue attack
- Driver charged after one-car crash, fire on Route 31
- BLOTTER: Police reports published on July 28
- Meet the Buffalo basketball booster who brought the blue-collar brigade back together for TBT