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Terrelle Pryor escapes serious injury after crashing three-wheel motorized bike

Terrelle Pryor Sr. escaped serious injury after his three-wheel motorized bike was clipped by a car, causing it to flip twice. The former NFL player posted photos and a video after his wreck Thursday, writing on his Instagram story that he was “luckily still breathing.” Pryor added he is “done with bikes.” The Vanderhall model [more]

Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes embraces the COVID vaccine

Yep, the Bills have a schism. At a time when receiver Cole Beasley has made his opposition to the COVID vaccine clear and only hours after guard Jon Feliciano chimed in as anti-vaccine, defensive end Jerry Hughes set them both straight on Twitter. “Sooo the top scientists in the entire world got together to figure [more]

After Thursday’s memo, anti-vaccine sentiment could cause locker room discord

Teams with high vaccination rates will have a competitive advantage. They also will minimize the potential internal turmoil. In Buffalo, a full-blown COVID schism could be on the way, after Thursday’s memo making it clear that teams that can’t play due to COVID outbreaks among unvaccinated personnel will forfeit games. In addition to receiver Cole [more]

Bills receiver Stefon Diggs (not Cole Beasley) reacts to non-vaccinated player forfeiture rule

After an extended Twitter tirade on Tuesday regarding the NFL’s vaccination rules and the vaccine generally, Bills receiver Cole Beasley has been silent. After the news of Thursday’s memo from the NFL to all teams explaining that an outbreak among non-vaccinated players and/or staff that results in a cancellation will trigger a forfeiture, another Bills [more]

Is Cole Beasley trying to get cut?

Shortly after Bills receiver Cole Beasley‘s initial Twitter tirade about the COVID vaccine, Beasley quickly decided to say nothing further. “I don’t want [to] be any more of a distraction to my team so that’s where I’m leaving it,” Beasley said last month. In recent days, Beasley has returned to Twitter with plenty more to [more]

Former NFL player, coach Jim Shofner dies at 85

Former NFL player and long-time assistant coach Jim Shofner died July 17, Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Shofner was 85. TCU confirmed Shofner’s death. Shofner, who grew up in Fort Worth and went on to a two-sport career with the Horned Frogs, was a first-round choice of the Browns in 1958. He [more]

Baker Mayfield: Higher vaccine rates create a competitive advantage

Cole Beasley may not want to hear it, but it’s the truth. NFL teams with higher vaccination rates will have an edge over teams with lower vaccination rates. Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield addressed that point earlier today, while speaking at a youth football camp. “It’s a competitive advantage, but it’s also way more than that,” [more]

Gabriel Davis: Bills fans are in for a treat with Emmanuel Sanders

The Bills added veteran receiver Emmanuel Sanders in the offseason, signing him to a one-year deal to help elevate Buffalo’s offense. Sanders has been around the block, as he’s entering his 12th pro season. And he’s already positively influenced at least one of his younger teammates. Second-year Buffalo wideout Gabriel Davis joined the “One Bills [more]

Bills sign Spencer Brown

The Bills have signed third-round pick Spencer Brown, the team announced on Tuesday. Brown, an offensive lineman out of Northern Iowa, was the club’s one remaining unsigned 2021 draftee. Brown appeared in 33 games with 32 starts at Northern Iowa. The team’s season was postponed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Brown started [more]

Ryan Fitzpatrick: This is the best situation I’ve ever had as ‘the guy’

Ryan Fitzpatrick has started 146 career games, and he has played for eight teams. The quarterback this season is the unquestioned starter for his ninth team, and Fitzpatrick rates Washington as the best opportunity he has had in his now 17-year career. “This is the best situation I’ve ever been in or the best situation [more]

21 NFL teams will hold joint practices in August

The NFL released the entire schedule of joint practices, and 21 teams will have at least one practice with another team. Only Washington, the Lions, Saints, Seahawks, Cardinals, Chiefs, Texans, Jaguars, Bengals, Steelers and Bills will not work with another team. Seven teams — the Eagles, Giants, Dolphins, Patriots, Jets, Panthers and Rams — each [more]

Cole Beasley takes issue with Michael Irvin’s link between vaccines and desire to win

Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin has made the obvious connection between COVID vaccinations and victories in 2021, given the competitive advantages that flow from having as many players as possible on a given team vaccinated. And Irvin is right; the teams with the most vaccinated players will operate under 2019 rules. Those that don’t [more]

Bills release Nazair Jones

The Bills have made a Friday roster move, releasing defensive tackle Nazair Jones, according to multiple reports. Jones was a Seahawks third-round pick back in 2017 and appeared in 20 games for the club over his first two seasons. He suffered a season-ending knee injury in Aug. 2019 and Seattle cut him in May 2020. [more]

Bills will hold three open practices at Highmark Stadium

Bills fans won’t have many opportunities to see the team practice at this year’s training camp. The Bills announced on Thursday that they will have three open practice sessions this summer. All three of the sessions will be held at Highmark Stadium. Camp opens on July 28 and the first open practice will be on [more]

Jordan Poyer: Every season’s different, we still have to earn our stripes

The Bills won the AFC East before advancing to the conference title game last season and they have the core players from last year’s team back, so plenty of people see big things ahead of them in 2021. Safety Jordan Poyer fielded a question about those expectations during a Thursday appearance on NFL Network. Poyer [more]

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