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It didn't take long for Mario Williams to have some fun with his new team and his new division rivals. After signing the most lucrative NFL contract a defensive player has ever received, Williams took some time and put real thought and creativity into his new Twitter avatar. The result is a Super Mario Brothers themed image featuring Williams and a fellow-Mario, new San Francisco...
Running back Tashard Choice has agreed to re-sign with the Buffalo Bills after being a late-season pickup last year.
Choice had 23 carries for 70 yards, and added seven catches for 51 yards in six games with Buffalo. The Bills claimed him off waivers on Nov. 23 after starter Fred Jackson broke his right leg.
Choice is expected to compete for a reserve spot behind a fully recovered...
Buffalo Bills running back Tashard Choice agreed to terms on a new deal Saturday.
Choice announced his decision over Twitter and the team confirmed the pact later in the day. Neither revealed the terms of the contract.
Choice was cut after playing six games with the Dallas Cowboys in 2011. The 27-year-old went to NFC East rival Washington for one contest before joining the Bills...
Free agent running back Tashard Choice announced on his Twitter page that he’s returning the Buffalo Bills for another season.
Choice was waived last season by the Dallas Cowboys and ended up getting picked up by the Redskins. Then after a couple of weeks in Washington, the Redskins waived him and he ended up with the Bills, where he ended up finishing the season.
Choice is currently...
Just when you thought the Bills were through with free agency, they pull you back in.
DE Mark Anderson flew into Buffalo Tuesday night, meeting defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt and going out for a little dinner (they were spotted walking into Tempo downtown), then staying the night to do further interviews Wednesday. While most thought the Bills had begun and ended their free...
Are the Buffalo Bills doing enough to make them contenders in the AFC East? Free agent signings, building a defense and stocking up for the Draft could be enough to knock off the Jets and Dolphins, but can they topple the Patriots too?
First, Mario Williams. Now, Mark Anderson. The Buffalo Bills weren't kidding when suggesting how much they wanted to improve the pass rush this offseason.
Making their second significant free-agent splash in less than a week, the Bills on Wednesday signed Anderson to a four-year contract potentially worth $27 million. It includes $8 million guaranteed. The defensive end is a...
This very well could be the most craziest off-season in NFL history, and the craziest free agency period in the history of the NFL. Last year, everyone was talking about obvious choices on who would be picking Andrew Luck, and most certainly nobody thought it would be the Indianapolis Colts. This Free Agency period can all point back to one player, and his neck surgeries.
A week removed from their blockbuster signing of defensive end Mario Williams, the Bills continued their defensive line overhaul, reportedly agreeing to a four year contract with defensive end Mark Anderson (Patriots).
There’s no word yet on the exact financials for the deal, but it should be reasonable given Anderson’s average level of production.
Anderson, 28, spent the first...