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Bills offering wedding at halftime of Patriots game

The Bills are trying to update their offense this season, and it will involve at least one hitch route. Via the Buffalo News, the Bills are seeking a pair of fans to get married at halftime of their Sept. 29 game against the Patriots. The team’s calling it the “Halftime Wedding Experience of a Lifetime,” [more]

Dez Bryant: Cole Beasley is right about the Cowboys’ offense

Former Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley‘s comments about leaving Dallas for Buffalo have ruffled some feathers with Cowboys fans, but another former Cowboys receiver says he was right. Dez Bryant says that when Beasley said the Cowboys “didn’t value the slot position,” which meant “it was easy for me to be taken away,” he was [more]

Bills “trying to figure out” how offensive line pieces fit together

The Bills made it clear that they planned to overhaul their offensive line this offseason. They have 16 offensive linemen on their 90-man roster and more than half of them were not with the team last season, so there’s obviously going to be a very different looking group on the field come the first week [more]

Looking at the most memorable final games at NFL stadiums

On Thursday night, the NBA played its final game ever at Oracle Arena in Oakland. It was a memorable occasion, with the Toronto Raptors winning the league title on the Golden State Warriors’ home court. And so we used that idea for Friday morning’s PFT Live draft. What were the most memorable final games at [more]

O.J. Simpson debuts on Twitter

O.J. Simpson’s “conflict-free life” is about to change. The Pro Football Hall of Famer who somehow was acquitted of double murder but who was found liable for the deaths by a civil jury and who eventually ended up behind bars for nearly nine years on unrelated (but sort of related) charges has made his debut [more]

Bills reduce their public training camp practices

The Bills are cutting down on the number of opportunities for fans to watch them at training camp. This year, the team announced, only eight training camp practices at St. John Fisher College will be open to the public. According to the Buffalo News, that’s the fewest since 2000, the first year the Bills began [more]

Bills claim Keith Towbridge off waivers from Titans

The Bills claimed tight end Keith Towbridge off waivers Friday. The Titans waived him Thursday. Buffalo announced it cut tight end Mik'Quan Deane in a corresponding move. Towbridge spent most of last season on Buffalo’s practice squad and was originally signed by the Bills as an undrafted rookie in 2017. He played for the Atlanta [more]

Bills sign third-rounder Dawson Knox

And then there were 24, none of them Bills. The Bills announced that third-rounder Dawson Knox signed his four-year rookie deal Friday. The Ole Miss tight end got a chance to work with the first offense during offseason work, with injuries sidelining tight ends Tyler Kroft and Jason Croom. Knox was the last of the [more]

Only 25 unsigned draft picks left league-wide

Rookie contracts are easier to negotiate than in the past, so most teams aren’t waiting around to do them. With most of the league finishing up minicamps this week and packing away the gear until training camp, there are only 25 unsigned picks left across the league. The bulk of them are first-rounders, with 10 [more]

LeSean McCoy expects “same role” after worst season

LeSean McCoy‘s 31 years old, entering the final years of his contract, coming off his worst season, and just watched his team load up on options at his position. Yet, for some reason, he expects everything to be the same. “In this league, in general, it’s always competition,” McCoy said, via Vic Carucci of the [more]

Richie Incognito making a positive impression so far

The Raiders wanted to “solidify” the left guard position after trading Kelechi Osemele to the Jets. After seeing Richie Incognito in the offseason program, the Raiders believe they have done just that. “He’s pretty good,” Raiders coach Jon Gruden said, via Scott Bair of NBCSportsBayArea.com. “I like him. He’s a Pro Bowl left guard. The [more]

Marquise Goodwin wants to compete in 2020 Olympics

49ers receiver Marquise Goodwin wants to compete in the 2020 Olympics. Goodwin, who finished 10th in the long jump at the 2012 Games, hasn’t competed in track since 2016 when he failed to qualify for the Olympics a second time. But he said he was “100 percent committed” to trying to qualify for Team USA [more]

Cole Beasley expects to get more opportunities in Buffalo

For seven seasons, Cole Beasley was beloved in Dallas. He grew up in a suburb north of Dallas, played at SMU and became a big part of the Cowboys offense despite being only 5 foot 8 and going undrafted. Now, though, he is the enemy. Unafraid to speak his mind on social media or in [more]

Arthur Moats announces his retirement

Veteran linebacker Arthur Moats says he has played his final snap. Moats announced his retirement on social media Monday with a post thanking the Bills, Steelers and fans of both teams for their support over the course of his career. Moats was a Bills sixth-round pick out of James Madison in 2010 and played four [more]

25 years later, O.J. Simpson will “never revisit” the double murder

Twenty-five years ago on Wednesday, someone killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. A criminal jury concluded that it wasn’t Hall of Fame running back O.J. Simpson. A civil jury later concluded that it was. Regardless, Simpson won’t be talking about the incident as the anniversary approaches. “We don’t need to go back and relive [more]

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