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NFL now says Cody Ford block that drew big flag in playoff game was legal

In overtime of a playoff loss in January of 2020, Bills lineman Cody Ford was hit with a huge penalty for an illegal blindside block that knocked Buffalo out of field goal range. At the time, rules experts said it was a bad call, but the NFL insisted it was the correct call, even fining [more]

Lions sign Dean Marlowe

Apparently the visit went well. Safety Dean Marlowe met with the Lions on Wednesday, and the team announced Thursday morning that he’s signed with the club. The length of the contract was not disclosed. Marlowe spent the last three seasons with the Bills, receiving the most playing time of his career in 2020. Marlowe appeared [more]

Josh Allen doesn’t think franchise tag is good for team or player

Bills quarterback Josh Allen likely won’t have the franchise tag applied to him. Which would be fine by him. Asked on the 10 Question with Kyle Brandt podcast about the possibility of the device that has kept multiple franchise quarterbacks in place over the past two decades, Allen initially said, “Eww.” He then said more. [more]

Josh Allen “debating” whether to get COVID-19 vaccine

The NFL will not mandate COVID-19 vaccines. Thus, it stands to reason, even with incentives offered to teams and players who are vaccinated, some players aren’t going to get a shot. Bills quarterback Josh Allen could be one of those. In an appearance on The Ringer’s “10 Questions With Kyle Brandt” podcast, Allen said he [more]

Dean Marlowe visits with Lions

The Lions brought in safety Dean Marlowe for a visit, according to the transaction wire. Mrarlowe has been in the league since 2015, spending the last three years with the Bills. He received the most playing time of his career in 2020, appearing in 15 games with four starts. He ended up on the field [more]

Josh Allen has “mixed emotions” on 17-game schedule

Player reaction to the NFL officially adopting a 17-game schedule has been mixed. Bills quarterback Josh Allen is right in line with that. Allen addressed the topic during an appearance on a podcast with Kyle Brandt of NFL Media, noting he can see both the benefits and drawbacks of adding an extra contest to the [more]

Bills agree to terms with Forrest Lamp

The Bills have added more depth for their offensive line, agreeing to terms with guard Forrest Lamp on a one-year deal. The Chargers selected Lamp in the second round back in 2017, but he missed his rookie season after tearing his ACL during training camp. While Lamp was able to get through the 2018 season [more]

Josh Allen on contract: We will cross the bridge when we get there

Bills General Manager Brandon Beane was asked about a contract extension for quarterback Josh Allen recently and said that it “helps you for your planning the sooner you can get that contract done,” but noted that it might not come this offseason. Allen had a chance to weigh in on the timeline during an appearance on [more]

Stefon Diggs assures fans who bought his jersey that he won’t change his number

With the NFL considering a rule change that would allow wide receivers to wear single-digit numbers, Bills receiver Stefon Diggs mused about the possibility on Twitter. Diggs has worn No. 14 throughout his NFL career, but he wore No. 1 both in high school and in college. Diggs had a tweet this week that seemed [more]

Alex Cappa earns most in performance-based pay for 2020

The NFL Players Association on Tuesday sent agents the numbers on performance-based pay for the 2020 season. Buccaneers guard Alex Cappa earned a league-high $622,056 in extra pay after starting 16 games for the Super Bowl champions, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports. The money is a reward to low-earning players who start a [more]

Shaq Lawson: Texans defense is perfect for me

Former first-round pick Shaq Lawson will play for his third team in three years in 2021 after the Dolphins traded him to the Texans. But entering his sixth pro season, Lawson is excited to get going in Houston because of the team’s new defensive scheme under coordinator Lovie Smith. “When I found out it was [more]

Le’Raven Clark visiting Bills

The Bills signed one free agent offensive lineman on Friday and they had another one in for a visit. Field Yates of ESPN reports that tackle Le'Raven Clark is visiting with the team. The Bills announced the signing of Jamil Douglas earlier in the day. Clark was a 2016 third-round pick of the Colts and [more]

Bills sign Jamil Douglas

The Bills have added another piece to their offensive line. The team announced on Friday that they have signed offensive lineman Jamil Douglas. Douglas agreed to a one-year deal with the AFC East club. Douglas was a fourth-round pick of the Dolphins in 2015 and remained with Miami through the middle of the 2016 season. [more]

Sean Davis visiting Colts

Free agent safety Sean Davis‘ hunt for a new team will take him to Indianapolis. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Davis is visiting with the Colts on Thursday. He previously met with the Bills, but obviously did not agree to a deal with the AFC East club. Davis has played for the Steelers for [more]

J.C. Tretter: 2020 season showed in-person offseason work is unnecessary

The COVID-19 pandemic prevented NFL teams from having in-person offseason work, and resulted in the entire preseason being canceled. But the league still had a full regular season and postseason, and NFL Players Association President J.C. Tretter says the season proved that players are perfectly capable of getting ready to play on their own. “It’s [more]

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