Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images Virtual visits from prospects continue The recent COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent restrictions on NFL teams bringing in draft prospects to team facilities hasn’t stopped the Buffalo Bills from learning more about their potential targets.
Despite Shaq Lawson being in trade rumors for much of his tenure with the Bills, the current regime was interested in bringing him back. However, it does not appear Buffalo’s interest in retaining the former Doug Whaley first-round pick was extensive.
The Bills no longer have pick No. 22 at the 2020 NFL Draft, but there’s still picks 54 and 86 to consider. Those two selections in the second and third rounds, respectively, could land the team some impact players.
In this world without live sports, we’ve got to find something to talk about. Earlier this week, Bills receiver Stefon Diggs helped fill the vacuum with one simple tweet: “Top 5 wideouts to ever play the game .
Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images Is there concern for Williams following his season-ending knee injury in 2018? As most Buffalo Bills fans know, team owner Terry Pegula made his fortune in natural gas and has a long history in the oil business.
Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images He’s a depth option The Buffalo Bills re-signed free agent safety Dean Marlowe this week. It’s a fairly straightforward depth signing for the player who came to Buffalo from the Carolina Panthers a couple years ago.
A lot of quarterbacks have been drafted in the first round of the last two NFL drafts. But Pro Football Focus thinks among all of those, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has the best team around him.
The Bills re-signed one of their own last week in safety Dean Marlowe. Last season, Marlowe appeared in nine games for the Bills. Since joining the Bills, Marlowe has served mostly as a special teamer and that unit improved under Heath Farwell in his first year as the team’s coordinator in 2019.
Among their multiple moves in free agency, the signing of Quinton Jefferson is a below the surface signing that could pay dividends. Jefferson isn’t a former Carolina Panthers lineman, but he still has plenty the Bills like.
What did Beane tell the Pegulas he was going to do if they hired him? In this episode, Bruce outlines his best guess for what Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane’s plan was that he pitched to the Kim and Terry Pegula when they hired him back in 2016.
In at least one respect, the Bills are still considering adding some size to the wide receiver room even after adding Stefon Diggs. According to Draft Wire, the Bills had or have a pre-draft meeting set with Georgia wideout Lawrence Cager.
The initial chaos of the NFL free agency period has quieted. The Buffalo Bills added several pieces to help bolster the roster. All told, the Bills added cornerbacks Josh Norman and EJ Gaines; defensive linemen Mario Addison, Vernon Butler, and Quinton Jefferson; linebackers AJ Klein and Travis Matakevich; and running back Taiwan Jones.
Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images Another former Panther comes to Western New York Despite a great deal of biodiversity, New York State hasn’t been home to any panthers since the late 1800s/early 1900s.
Photo by Boyd Ivey/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Plus a trade-up scenario in round four In the latest edition of Mocking The Bills, the focus is set squarely on adding playmakers to the Buffalo Bills’ roster.
Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images Following the Stefon Diggs trade, Buffalo remains interested in wide receivers If Buffalo Bills fans thought that the team was all set at the wide receiver position after completing a blockbuster trade for former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs, think again.
What’s the new rotation? The guys dive into the new Buffalo Bills free agent defensive lineman and what they each bring to the table. They talk versatility, positioning, who will be the starters, and a whole lot more.
The former Rams draft choice played for the Bills in 2017 and re-signed to play in Buffalo last year. But an injury derailed those plans, and the Bills reached an injury settlement with Gaines in August
Stefon Diggs essentially forced the Minnesota Vikings’ hand with social media antics that ultimately led the team to trade the enigmatic wide receiver to the Buffalo Bills this week in a blockbuster trade.