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As the Buffalo Bills get back to practice after their bye, they have a litany of issues that must be worked through. However, there's no doubt the most pressing problem is the woeful defense, which is on pace to have the worst statistical season in franchise history despite supposed personnel upgrades in the offseason. Coach Chan Gailey said he has complete confidence in defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt's ability to get things turned around, and he scoffed at suggestions that he should replace Wannstedt over the bye week. Instead, Gailey said the staff spent the week trying to figure out what has gone wrong and what can be done to fix it. "Well, you cannot make major changes," Gailey said. "It's tweaks more than it is major changes. You make tweaks in personnel. You tweak things that are not going well that you need to change. You cannot make wholesale changes now. That is not possible." Gailey would not elaborate on what tweaks in personnel...
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The Buffalo Bills could be a team interested in Kansas City Chiefs star wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, who recently requested a trade.
According to Greg Maiola of the Bleacher Report, Buffalo would be a good fit for Bowe, who has caught 34 passes for 423 yards and three touchdowns. Bowe is currently in a one-year deal worth $9.515 million and will be a free agent at the end of the...
No one has better epitomized the first half of the Buffalo Bills' 2012 season than Mario Williams.
The $100 million man has only registered 3.5 sacks while often being unable to beat single blockers and sometimes getting pushed around on the field by tight ends. He's been a non-factor for much of the year, just like the rest of a defensive unit that's posting one...
A New England Patriots cross-ocean win and a Miami Dolphins blowout of the New York Jets result in the Buffalo Bills leaving their bye week in third place in the AFC East.
The Patriots got 127 rushing yards from Stevan Ridley and four Tom brady touchdown passes to crush the St. Louis Rams 45-7 Sunday in London. Rob Gronkowski came out of hibernation for the Pats, catching eight...
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams informed the team about his surprise wrist surgery last week via text, ESPN.com reported Sunday. Williams did not show up to the Bills facility last Monday before texting a trainer and a defensive line coach to inform them he was getting a second opinion on his wrist and that he was having arthroscopic surgery. He then texted that he would...
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It turns out, Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams has not only been invisible on the field but silent off it. When Williams had arthroscopic surgery on his wrist Tuesday, it was much to the surprise of the Bills. Team sources say Williams was a no-show Monday before he texted a trainer and his defensive line coach to say he was getting...
Since week one, all Bills fans have heard about is this ailing wrist that Mario Williams is dealing with.
Williams has attributed it to his poor play during his first seven games as a Bill, constantly saying that it’s hampering him because of the pain. Now, that should be behind him.
During the Bills bye-week, Williams had a “mystery procedure” done to alleviate the pain and...
Last Friday during his bye week, we got a chance to speak with George Wilson, the starting strong safety for the Buffalo Bills, who is now in his seventh year in the league. Wilson is the team’s union representative, so we asked him about what he thinks about the recent decision by Roger Goodell to recuse himself from the Saints bounty appeals progress. He also asked him about...
Mario Williams hopes to be back on the field this Sunday, not that you may have realised his absence anyway in his blink-and-you’ll-miss-him-season thus far.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported on Sunday his own earlier story that Buffalo was fined $20,000 for failing to disclose Williams’ injury earlier in the season despite the defensive end never missing a practice. The...
The surgery Mario Williams had to fix his sprained left wrist appears to have also done plenty in repairing the Buffalo Bills' high-priced defensive end's self-confidence.
Williams was in an upbeat mood Monday in discussing how much better he felt physically and mentally after rejoining the Bills following the team's bye week off, and six days after having arthroscopic...
When Bills defensive end Mario Williams had arthroscopic surgery on his wrist Tuesday, it was much to the surprise of the Bills, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports.
Team sources say Williams was a no-show Monday before he texted a trainer and his defensive line coach to say he was getting a second opinion on his wrist and, subsequently, that he was undergoing arthroscopic surgery...