Bills sign wide receiver Rod Streater, tight end Saxton

The Buffalo Bills have signed wide receiver Rod Streater and tight end Wes Saxton, while releasing tackle Cyrus Kouandjio and quarterback Josh Woodrum. Streater is entering his sixth season after spending four with Oakland and 2016 with San Francisco. The 29-year-old had 18 catches for 191 yards last season with two touchdowns. WHEC: Read More more

Buffalo Bills seem to be sending mixed message on Tyrod Taylor

The Buffalo Bills seem to be talking out of both sides of their collective mouth regarding quarterback Tyrod Taylor, and it doesn’t really make a whole lot of sense. I know it’s a whole new world over there at One Bills Drive, but everyone needs to get on board right now with the fact that Taylor is the starting quarterback... more

Buffalo Bills sign first-round draft pick Tre’Davious White

The Joey Bosa fiasco in San Diego last year aside, the days of first-round draft picks holding out due to a contract dispute are long gone in the NFL. The slotting of rookie draft pick contracts, which was agreed upon in the 2011 Collective Bargaining Agreement between the NFL’s Management Council and the NFL Players’ Association, pretty much ended that... more

$5 million gift from Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation to support local youth sports

The foundation created by the late Buffalo Bills founder Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. has awarded $5 million to Rochester Area Community Foundation to expand and improve opportunities for youth sports and recreation programs in the greater Rochester region including Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties here in the Finger Lakes. This gift established the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Legacy Fund... more

Buffalo Bills sign 13 undrafted rookie free agents

The Buffalo Bills have reached deals with 13 undrafted rookie free agents, including West Virginia receiver Daikiel Shorts. The additions up Buffalo’s roster to 92 players, two over the limit, putting the team in a position to make two cuts. Shorts led the Mountaineers with 894 yards receiving and five touchdowns last season. Nebraska receiver Brandon Reilly was among the... more

New GM, scouts provide much-needed reboot for Bills (SalSpeak)

To be perfectly honest, I don’t care who Terry and Kim Pegula hire to be the new general manager of the Buffalo Bills. Brandon Beane, Brett Veach, Don Gregory, Brandon Gaine, whoever else they’re considering; the names of the candidates all run together for me. They all seem to have shiny resumes working as underlings in other places and now... more

Bills decline to pick up 5th-year option on Sammy Watkins

It was a decision in which Buffalo took all the time they were allotted, but just hours before the league deadline the Bills declined to pick up the fifth-year option on the rookie contract of Sammy Watkins. Bills head coach Sean McDermott explained the decision in a team statement. “Sammy and I have had good conversations about this decision,” McDermott... more

What they’re saying: 2017 NFL Draft reactions for the Bills

Check out the instant analysis on the Bills 2017 draft picks from NFL reporters around the country… Instead of taking Patrick Mahomes as the quarterback of the future, they moved down 17 spots in the first round, allowing Kansas City to make the pick. They received a third-round pick this year and a future first-rounder for the move down. Buffalo... more

5 Bills thoughts from the 2017 NFL draft

NFL personnel executives always strive to get starters with their top three picks. At face value the Bills top three draft choices look capable of pushing for starting roles. Tre’Davious White will likely push second-year cornerback Kevon Seymour for a starting role on the boundary. Zay Jones is a legitimate candidate in the battle for the top job opposite Sammy... more

Buffalo Bills make another trade to land WR Jones, nab OL Dawkins in 2nd round

The Bills armed themselves with extra draft capital following their move down the board on day one of the draft Thursday night. On day two they used the very asset they acquired from their trade with Kansas City to move seven spots up the board to land WR Zay Jones with the 37th overall pick. Buffalo moved up by parting... more

Bills trade back to 27, draft CB Tre’Davious White

Many who follow the LSU program thought White would declare himself eligible for the 2016 NFL draft last year, but he elected to return for his senior season at Death Valley. When his college career was over White had 47 straight collegiate starts under his belt in the one of the most competitive conferences in the country. His 34 pass... more

Bills should find an ace in a deep draft for cornerbacks

Stephon Gilmore wasn’t always the most popular player among Bills fans because the 2012 first-round draft pick too often left them wanting for more. Cornerback is a highly volatile and visible position in the NFL, and if you get beat a few times, which of course Gilmore did, those plays are typically noteworthy. And unless you’re offsetting the occasional bad... more

Uber unveils ridesharing partnership with Buffalo Bills and Sabres

Beginning this summer, Western New Yorkers will have reliable, affordable and safe transportation options for attending sporting events and concerts. Pegula Sports and Entertainment today welcomes Uber as the official ridesharing partner of the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres and Buffalo Bandits. “As soon as ridesharing was legalized in New York State, we enthusiastically initiated discussions to become partners,” said Erica... more

Bills have RB options on roster and in draft

If there’s a positive following the free agent loss of RB Mike Gillislee, it’s that there is a very strong running back class in this year’s draft and capable talent on Buffalo’s roster. In the wake of acquiring a fifth-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft as compensation for the loss of RB Mike Gillislee to New England, Buffalo has... more
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