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Robert Griffin III
If you can take anything good away from the Bills’ preseason, it’s the scoring drives the starters have had.Discounting the penalty that nullified the near-touchdown in the first game, Buffalo has put together a really nice looking drive by their first stringers in each of their four preseason contests.These are well-orchestrated, largely no-huddle drives, and stand to show how Buffalo does have the ability to march right up the field with the weapons they have, be it against Pittsburgh or Detroit.To quell the queasy stomachs of Bills fans who believe they might not have the team they thought they did heading towards the opener at New York, here’s a quick summary of each of those offensive TD drives.Washington at Buffalo – 2nd drive of the game, 1st quarterThis was during the run-less stretch of 16 plays the Bills ran to start the first game. Buffalo recovered rookie phenom Robert Griffin III's fumble, resulting in a short field start at the Washington 21 yard line.Though the fi...
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A person familiar with the move says the Buffalo Bills have released veteran defensive tackle Dwan Edwards.
The person confirmed Edwards' release on Friday, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the team hasn't made an announcement. Edwards is an eight-year NFL veteran, and preparing to enter his third season with Buffalo.
Edwards was a two-year starter as a defensive...
Here we are, Buffalo, on the cusp of the last preseason game of 2012 and the confidence level of the fans isn’t quite where they thought it would be.Heading into the Detroit game Thursday night, the Bills are answering hopeful questions far too slowly for most.Maybe the sports world is suffering from over-expectation as per Buffalo, but the facts are that some of these players...
2011 in a Nutshell: 6-10
I could have sworn that Buffalo had a better year than their 6-10 record suggest, they got off to a flying start going 3-0 including their first win over New England since the opening day of the 2003 season. At 5-2 after week 8 they were on top of the division and flying high before a run of injuries killed their season off. Defensive end Shawne Merriman...
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Dwan Edwards, a former second round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens in 2004 was released today by the Buffalo Bills. This move was somewhat expected considering the depth on the defensive line, and the 31-year old simply couldn’t make the cut. The Bills brought in Edwards in 2010 in their transition to the 3-4 defense, plugging him in at the...
Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson has been released from hospital and is back home.
Team spokesman Scott Berchtold provided the update Wednesday after coach Chan Gailey was asked whether he had spoken to Wilson as he usually does during a game week. Gailey said he had not, but added that Wilson had returned home Tuesday night.
Gailey later referred to Wilson as being ''tough...
The Buffalo Bills cut former 2004 second round pick Dwan Edwards today, per NFL.com.
AP reports Bills cut Dwan Edwards.
— NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) August 31, 2012
Edwards had 52 tackles and 2.5 sacks last season.
The Bills released the following to get their roster down to 53 players:
WR Kamar Aiken
OL Mark Asper
TE Kevin Brock
RB Zach Brown
LB Tank Carder
OL James Carmon
WR Marcus Easley
DE Robert Eddins
DT Dwan Edwards
DT Jarron Gilbert
DB Isaiah Green
WR Derek Hagan
DT Kellen Heard
WR Ruvell Martin
LB Scott McKillop
P Shawn Powell
WR Naaman Roosevelt
DB Nick Saenz
RB Johnny White
The 2011 season and postseason featured several “feel-good” stories, including Detroit making it back to the playoffs for the first time in a decade.And Houston reaching the postseason for the first time in franchise history. The Cincinnati Bengals, who suffered through a 14-year playoff drought that ended earlier this decade, also managed to make the playoffs for the second...
The regular season is over and today the final cuts to being made to the Bills roster. Since there is so much going on, I’ll discuss the final preseason game, roster cuts known and some predicted, as well as a few things on the upcoming Jets game.
1. The Bills Starting Offense is Ready for the Jets: Could the Bills starting offense have ended the preseason on a higher note? Ryan...