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Well, this isn't exactly debating Drury or Briere, is it? It has been a long time since two Bills players will earn somewhere between 6-8 million bucks a year have hit the market at the same time. That's what happens when you suck for so long. You don't have players other teams want.
I think you'd have to go back to the 2000 offseason when Eric Moulds and Marcellus Wiley were set to be free agents. Unlike today, the Bills were in salary cap hell then. They couldn't bring back both guys even if they wanted to. They picked Eric Moulds and gave him a 6-year, 42-million dollar deal. Wiley ended up following John Butler and Doug Flutie to San Diego. He got almost the exact same deal at 6-years, 40-million bucks.
At the time, both deals were the highest in their team history. It was kind of shocking for Wiley to get that much, especially since he had only had one decent season (10.5 sacks in 2000). It wasn't his fault, as the Bills didn't start him u...
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If you were to grade the performance of each position group on the Bills in 2012 immediately after the season ended, linebackers might come in last place. It was not expected to be the team’s strongest group heading into the season, yet their performance was poor enough to derail a defense that was otherwise expected to improve. After allowing the second most rush yards in the...
According to Yahoo’s Jason Cole, the Buffalo Bills are not expected to tender a 1.3 million dollar offer to restricted free agent David Nelson.
The 4th year wide receiver had two productive seasons as an undrafted member of Buffalo’s “Goon Squad” wide receiver group, before missing most of the 2012 campaign with an ACL tear.
If correct, the move comes as somewhat of a surprise...
The Buffalo Bills in 2012 left plenty to be desired. Was the Mario Williams signing really worth it when he didn’t do anything to change the team? I think it showed when the Texans were able to replace him with such ease that they knew he wasn’t what he used to be. Yet, the Bills fell for it, they fell for the name and who he used to be and ended up wasting money... Read more
It looks like Alex Smith is headed to Kansas City, so at this point its looking unlikely that well see the quarterback in a Bills uniform. According to Ian Rapparport of the NFLN, a deal is “all but done.” It’s important to remember that reporting has been notoriously bad about these things so we could wake up tomorrow seeing Buddy mugging next to Alex Smith, but it’s unlikely...
Nick Barnett has been in the league for almost 10 years now. Has made around $30+ million, while playing with the Packers and Bills.
The Bills released him earlier this month. Far be it from me to tell anyone what to do with their money, I just hope he has saved some, because $500 fill ups aren’t the most financial responsible thing off all time.
According to NBC Sports , Barnett...
Meet “Big Black”, recently released and former Buffalo Bill/Green Bay Packer linebacker Nick Barnett’s big truck.
Barnett showed off his his custom Ford F-650 via instagram, and also felt the need to show us his gas bill of $500. Sounds like much, but remember he just put almost 122 gallons in.
The Buffalo Bills have signed assistant GM Doug Whaley to an extension that will likely leave him the man in charge whenever Buddy Nix decides to retire.
The extension does nothing but confirm what everyone has suspected for years: that Doug Whaley is the heir apparent to manage the roster. Whaley was thought to be a candidate for various other openings around the league around this...
According to Black Sports Online, free agent linebacker Nick Barnett pays $500 to fill up his custom Ford F-650 truck.
Barnett took some pictures and posted them on his Instagram account.
NBC Sports believes that Barnett’s truck costs $54,785-$65,710 without any customization. I can’t imagine how much it cost him after everything he did to it.
I hope Barnett signs on with...
CJ Spiller, RB, Buffalo Bills
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I think the time has finally come for CJ Spiller to deliver on the heaps of promise this kid came out of Clemson with. It took a few years but he was phenomenal last season while Fred Jackson dealt with injuries much of the year.
He had 12 games of...
The Buffalo Bills opted to not tender a contact to rehabbing Florida product David Nelson as a restricted free agent Sunday, the second such move this offseason by general manager Buddy Nix and the team.Nelson's departure makes the Bills' next roster move an intriguing one, but where Nelson winds up could be the most intriguing part of all. The Bills not biting at Nelson...
As reported by Chris Brown, lead journalist of BuffaloBills.com, Assistant GM Doug Whaley has signed an extension with the team.
“I am happy that we have secured Doug’s services into the future and look forward to a smooth transition of the position when the time comes,” said Bills GM Buddy Nix.
Whaley joined the Buffalo Bills in 2010 as the Assistant GM and Director of Pro...
The wide receivers are always a popular group in the NFL Draft. Numerous receivers showed their speed and talent in day four of the NFL Combine on Sunday. While there are only a few “elite” talents, many other receivers showed off their talent hoping to get noticed.
With the Buffalo Bills not tendering a contract to David Nelson or Donald Jones, the team is in desperate need...
The Buffalo Bills have scheduled meetings with two of their top free agents this weekend at the NFL Scouting Combine in order to get deals done before free agency begins in March.Well, maybe make that two and a half. General manager Buddy Nix confirmed Saturday that the team, in addition to communicating with the camps of Andy Levitre and Jairus Byrd, has also contacted the agent...
The GM series that Bucky Gleason completely ripped off from me is back. Alright, I actually ripped him off, but whatever. I'm playing the Bills GM once again. I've done this 2 out of the last 3 years and have enjoyed it very much. There's a serenity to it that makes me forget about how awful the Bills have been. This year, I'm back with a party bus -stripper poles...
The 2013 salary cap is tentatively slated to be at or just below $121 million, according to NFL sources.
The values for restricted free agent designations and franchise tenders have also been set. Below are the tentative franchise tag and transition tag numbers for each position, in millions.
These figures were distributed in early December at the annual meeting of team owners in...