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  • 2018 NFL Draft Rumors: Bills Unlikely to Trade for Giants' No. 2 Pick

    The Buffalo Bills own the Nos. 12 and 22 picks in the first round of the upcoming NFL draft, in addition to a number of picks in the later rounds, but they are reportedly not looking to move into the No...

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  • Buffalo Bills draft capsule

    12, 22 BUFFALO BILLS (9-8) LAST SEASON: Front-office and major roster overhauls didn't deter Bills from exceeding extremely low expectations in making playoffs and ending 17-year postseason drought, longest in North America's four major professional sports. First-year coach Sean McDermott successfully cultivated winning culture by leaning on veteran leaders to ...

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  • 2018 Buffalo Bills Schedule: Full Listing of Dates, Times and TV Info

    The Buffalo Bills reached the playoffs for the first time since the 1999 season last year thanks to their 9-7 record, but they are looking to take the next step and become a legitimate Super Bowl contender in 2018...

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  • Fred Jackson cherishes chance to retire with Buffalo Bills

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Fred Jackson was so strapped for cash while playing professional football in Germany, he and his wife had to rely on their poker winnings to afford going out for fancy dinners. "I was broke," the former Buffalo Bills running back said, laughing while reflecting back ...

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  • McCarron unfazed by talk of Bills drafting a quarterback

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - AJ McCarron couldn't help notice the number of draft-eligible quarterback prospects the Buffalo Bills have paraded through their facility in recent days. UCLA's Josh Allen was in town Monday. Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield visited last week. McCarron, on Tuesday, acknowledged he stopped to chat with some ...

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  • Bills DB's solution to helmet hits: Fine the QB

    Bills safety Micah Hyde has a creative solution to curb the number of dangerous hits that receivers take over the middle of the field: Fine the quarterback.

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