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Reports: Bills plan new stadium in Orchard Park

The Bills are planning a new outdoor stadium in Orchard Park, New York, according to multiple reports. Thad Brown of WROC reports the new stadium, which will have a partial covering for fans, will take 3-5 years from start to finish. The Bills could open their new facility as early as 2025, but 2026 or [more]

Cole Beasley doubles down on his anti-vaccine sentiment

On Thursday, Bills receiver Cole Beasley unfairly assailed the NFL Players Association for agreeing to rules that give vaccinated players far more freedom in 2021 than players who refuse to get vaccinated. On Friday, Beasley posted a lengthy statement explaining his position on social media. The entire comment appears below. “Everyone — Hi, I’m Cole [more]

County officials say only fully vaccinated fans will be allowed at Bills games

Some Bills players are declining to get the COVID-19 vaccine, but Bills fans are being told they can’t attend games unless they’re fully vaccinated. The Bills play at Highmark Stadium, which is owned by Erie County, and Erie County officials are continuing to say that unvaccinated fans are not allowed, according to the Buffalo News. [more]

Who signs first: Lamar Jackson, Baker Mayfield, or Josh Allen?

Ravens coach John Harbaugh got it right the other day when he said that it’s basically a “done deal” that quarterback Lamar Jackson will sign a second contract. Jackson will indeed get a second deal. As will Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield and Bills quarterback Josh Allen. Still, someone has to go first. And whoever goes [more]

Star Lotulelei: I’m just happy to be back

Defensive tackle Star Lotulelei elected to opt out of the 2020 season due to the pandemic, but  returned to the Bills for mandatory minicamp this week. Lotulelei said Tuesday that he felt his decision not to play last year was what was best for him and his family, given all the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. However, [more]

Travis Kelce: AFC has good teams all over the place

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce said recently that he thinks they and the Browns are “definitely neck and neck” when it comes to teams who can contend in the AFC, but that doesn’t end the list of teams that are on his radar heading into the 2021 season. Kelce was asked about that comment during [more]

Josh Allen: The AFC Championship Game loss is still sitting with us

The Bills had one of their best seasons in decades last year, winning the AFC East for the first time since 1995. But it didn’t end quite the way they would’ve liked. Kansas City beat Buffalo in the AFC Championship Game 38-24 in a game that really wasn’t even as close as the final score [more]

T.J. Yeldon, Zane Gonzalez trying out with Panthers

It looks like Ha Ha Clinton-Dix won’t be the only tryout player at Panthers minicamp this week. Per Joe Person of TheAthletic.com, running back T.J. Yeldon and kicker Zane Gonzalez are also attending Carolina’s mandatory minicamp on a tryout basis. A second-round pick in the 2015 draft, Yeldon spent the last two seasons playing sparingly [more]

Devin Singletary blocking out the noise

Devin Singletary had fewer touches, fewer rushes, fewer yards from scrimmage and fewer rushing yards than he did his rookie season despite playing four more games than he did in 2019. The Bills running back averaged 4.4 yards per carry and 42.9 yards per game as the Bills ranked 20th in rushing. The Bills were [more]

Brandon Beane wins PFWA’s Jack Horrigan Award

The Professional Football Writers of America have selected Bills General Manager Brandon Beane as the 2021 winner of the Jack Horrigan Award. The award is given to the league or club official for his or her qualities and professional style in helping the pro football writers do their job. The award is named for Horrigan, [more]

John Brown hoping to provide leadership, boost to Raiders receiving corps

After the departure of Nelson Agholor to the New England Patriots this offseason, new addition John Brown is eager to show he can be an important piece of the Las Vegas Raiders Offense this season “The offense is set up nicely and I just wanted to be a part of it,” Brown said Wednesday, via [more]

Tommy Sweeney happy to be back with Bills after myocarditis scare

Buffalo Bills tight end Tommy Sweeney had his 2020 season cut short after a bout with COVID-19 left him with myocarditis and a need to refrain from physical activity for months. Via Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News, Sweeney – who was been cleared to returned to the field with the Bills – is just [more]

Brian Daboll: Josh Allen isn’t relying on what happened last year

In his third season, Josh Allen went from an inconsistent thrower to one of the game’s best quarterbacks. His accuracy improved dramatically, which helped increase his passing production from 3,089 yards with 20 touchdowns in 2019 to 4,544 yard with 37 touchdowns in 2020. One factor working in Allen’s favor is that he’s had the same [more]

Brian Daboll: Stefon Diggs has that dog mentality

Stefon Diggs made a clear impact on Buffalo’s offense in 2020, his first year with the team. Diggs led the league in both catches and yards, setting Bills franchise records along the way. After finishing last season with a loss in the AFC Championship Game, the Bills returned many members of their team — including [more]

Brandon Beane downplays vaccination issues within Bills organization

No team has been more associated with issues surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine than the Bills, as some of their players have made ignorant comments about the vaccine, while General Manager Brandon Beane has mused about cutting players if they won’t get vaccinated, earning a rebuke from the NFL Players Association. But Beane says there’s less [more]

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