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  2. Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images Plus, the latest from GM Brandon Beane on a contract extension for Josh Allen. The NFL Draft starts in one week, and in today’s edition of the Buffalo Bills daily links, we size up the top two running backs who could be on the board when Buffalo drafts at No. 30: Clemson’s Travis Etienne and Alabama’s Najee Harris. We also hear from general manager Brandon Beane on the latest news involving a potential contract extension for quarterback Josh Allen, what direction the Bills might head with that 30th overall pick, and why he feels its important for the team to continue adding as many defensive weapons as it can to keep up with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC. We hear from NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah on why the Bills should be able to draft a talented edge rusher at No. 30, discuss why Buffalo should once again be featured plenty of times on national television and in primetime in 2021, analyze the state of Buffalo’s safeties, assess the best interior linemen available in the draft, profile Florida State cornerback Asante Samuel Jr., and much more! Recently featured on Buffalo Rumblings BBR: Should the Bills go CB or DE in round 1 of 2021 NFL Draft - Buffalo Rumblings Dual mock drafts give a better idea on what the Bills could do in the top 100. Mel Kiper & Todd McShay 2021 NFL Mock Draft adds defense for Buffalo Bills - Buffalo Rumblings Three rounds of defenders headed to Buffalo from ESPN. 2021 NFL Draft Scouting Spotlight: Alabama DT Christian Barmore - Buffalo Rumblings A rising defensive tackle who was co-MVP of the national championship. Brandon Beane won’t commit to Josh Allen extension timeline - Buffalo Rumblings Beane optimistic it’ll get done, not sure when. Billieve Podcast: State of the safeties - Buffalo Rumblings Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer form a terrific tandem, but the team could use more depth. Buffalo Bills general manager doesn’t think NFL will mandate player coronavirus vaccines - Buffalo Rumblings Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane does not think the NFL will mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for players prior to the 2021 season. Buffalo Bills anticipate Tommy Sweeney’s return in 2021 - Buffalo Rumblings The tight end has been cleared by his cardiologist. 2021 NFL Free Agency: Former Buffalo Bills punter Corey Bojorquez signs with Los Angeles Rams - Buffalo Rumblings The California native is headed back to the West Coast. Additional Bills news from around the web Sizing up the elite running backs in the draft RB Travis Etienne would make Bills offense whole - Democrat & Chronicle The Buffalo Bills offense is probably fine as is, but if they were to add Etienne, he could be the player that pushes them to a new level. Do Bills need more home run potential? Travis Etienne can take it to the house | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com This is the first in a series profiling players the Bills could select in the April 29-May 1 NFL draft. Could Alabama RB Najee Harris be the next Derrick Henry? - Democrat & Chronicle If the Bills take a swing at a running back in the first round, Alabama’s Najee Harris would be an interesting fit in Brian Daboll’s offense. Brandon Beane on Josh Allen contract extension... Vic Carucci: Bills, Allen do negotiation dance on contract extension | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com “Maybe the extension will happen later in the spring. Or, perhaps, the summer. Who knows?” writes Vic Carucci. Buffalo Bills GM - ‘No rush’ on extension for QB Josh Allen despite mutual interest - ESPN.com Buffalo Bills Blog Buffalo Bills GM Brandon Beane says despite mutual interest from both sides, there’s “no rush” to get a contract extension done with quarterback Josh Allen at this time. Bills GM Brandon Beane says there is time for Josh Allen talks, No. 30 good spot in draft | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com Contract talks with the QB and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds will be “front and center as soon as the draft is done.” Josh Allen’s contract and more takeaways from Brandon Beane’s pre-draft comments – The Athletic “Josh wants to be here,” Beane said. “That gives me hope we’ll get something done at some point.” (Subscription required). What Bills, Browns, Ravens should know before they extend their QBs: Inside the ‘Rookie QB Window’ numbers – The Athletic The last draft of a QB’s rookie window is crucial to long-term success. Not hitting on them can trap a team in the land of mediocrity. (Subscription required). ...and on what Buffalo might do with pick No. 30 Beane: Speculation over pick No. 30 is great - WGR 550 Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane joined the Howard and Jeremy show Wednesday morning, a little over a week before the start of the 2021 NFL Draft. Brandon Beane talks NFL Draft - Democrat & Chronicle The Bills general manager discussed several topics as the team gets ready for the 2021 NFL Draft, which starts April 29. Draft deals, scouting problems and more from Brandon Beane’s pre-draft news briefing | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com The Bills’ GM said enough to make it seem like last year’s draft experience – in which the Bills stood pat for each of their seven selections – was an aberration. Brandon Beane: What Bills are looking for in draft with losses to Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes fresh in mind - newyorkupstate.com Beane: “You just got to try on the defensive side (to) build as many weapons as you can.” 5 things we learned from Beane’s pre-draft press conference - BuffaloBills.com Bills GM Brandon Beane discussed the upcoming draft and gave us several things to keep an eye on as April 29 approaches. Bills Today | Buffalo’s in position to draft the best player available - BuffaloBills.com Plus, which position is at the top of Buffalo’s draft board from draft guru Todd McShay? One draft expert feels Buffalo can land a solid edge rusher at No. 30 Bills to have edge options at pick 30, says Daniel Jeremiah - newyorkupstate.com Buffalo has the opportunity to upgrade their pass-rush in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Daniel Jeremiah thinks Bills won’t miss out on run on edge rushers | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com The NFL Network analyst projected University of Washington defensive end Joe Tryon for the Bills in a mock draft early this month. Bills likely to be showcased on national television and in primetime in 2021 Bills likely to get national TV, prime time games in 2021 - WGR 550 National Football League Vice President of Broadcast Planning Mike North joined me on the SalSports… and Stuff podcast to discuss the 2021 NFL schedule and made it clear that the Bills will be showcased a lot once again. Bills ‘absolutely in conversation’ to play Super Bowl champion Buccaneers in NFL opener, says schedule maker - newyorkupstate.com Tampa Bay will host the opening game of the 2021 NFL season. Bills Today | Get ready for the 2021 NFL schedule release date - BuffaloBills.com Here are three things to know about the Bills for Thursday, April 22. Assessing the best interior offensive linemen in the draft Bills’ 2021 draft preview: Ranking the top interior O-linemen prospects by best fit – The Athletic The sweet spot for an interior offensive lineman will likely be in the second or third round for someone with center flexibility. (Subscription required). CB Asante Samuel Jr. a good fit for the Bills NFL draft profile: Florida State CB Asante Samuel Jr. ‘would love’ to play for Bills | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com Samuel had solid production in more than two years as a starter at Florida State. Of the 137 times he was targeted, he was credited with 29 pass defenses and four interceptions. Odds and ends Bills’ Matt Milano planning to be ‘Super Bowl bound’ in 2021 return to Buffalo - newyorkupstate.com Buffalo was among the final four teams standing last season. Matt Milano believes the big game is the only way to finish the 2021-2022 year. NFL owners table Bills’ proposal that head-coach, GM spots be filled after Super Bowl | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com The owners decided Wednesday to table the proposal for more discussion by the league’s workplace diversity committee, which includes Bills co-owner Kim Pegula. NFL Draft shows Buffalo Bills are superior to AFC rivals - WGR 550 The Buffalo Bills are the only team in the AFC East with a surefire plan at quarterback. As the NFL Draft approaches, everyone else is scrambling. It’s another sign of their superiority. AFC East offseason rankings: Where Bills, Patriots, Dolphins and Jets stand as 2021 NFL Draft nears - CBSSports.com Here’s a look at how the AFC East stacks up leading into the NFL Draft. Former Bills punter Corey Bojorquez signs with Los Angeles Rams | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com Bojorquez spent the last three seasons with the Buffalo Bills and ranked first in the NFL last season in gross punting average with 50.8 yards per kick. 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  4. These people seem to really enjoy Biden and his policies.
  5. Hal sucks Hipshits cock like the fuckboi/cuck that he is. I guess that's part of his mod privilege
  6. Not sure what you're getting at here. I have no other (sock) account and am not the guilty party in this latest negative rep fiasco. In the past I'm sure I've given Hip plenty of negative ratings. I've done this because I vehemently disagree with what he's saying, not because of some bizarre vendetta. I used to play with Hip a bit in the past. Sure. You actually told me to back off and I did. Hip baits and insults people constantly, but complains when he receives similar treatment. He is a textbook example of can dish it out, but can't take it. Am I to understand that I can no longer negative rep him at all? If that's the case I'll do just that, but I think that would be wrong and a mistake. I think Hip means well overall, but he's also somewhat of a loose cannon and is overly sensitive and takes things way too seriously. Just my two cents. Thanks.
  7. No wonder she is such a bitch. She has shoes three sizes too small.
  8. Two wrongs make a right!!!!!!!!! Classic. LOL Meat is officially a HipKat apologist.
  9. Word. North Korea has the The Worm and the CCP has King James. Before long every commy nation will have their own NBA Ambassador.
  10. Head firmly planted in the sand. Fingers in ears humming loudly like the dummy you are. No opposing points of view!!!! LOL. Can dish it out, but.........CAN"T TAKE IT. I think about sums it up quite nicely.
  11. If the Bills stay at 30, Buffalo Bills GM not locked into finding a starter In comments made to the media on Tuesday, Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane indicated they won’t be going out of their way to try and find an instant starter with their first pick. Beane’s comments indicate that Buffalo is more interested in finding a player for the long haul. If that means they don’t start immediately, then so be it. “At 30 we’re going to take the best player we can,” said Beane. “We’ll think more long term than short term. Whether they can start will depend on the position it is. There are some on board who have a shot to start, while others who won’t start right away [but] might a year from now.” If you’re into reading between the lines, this could mean that Buffalo is open to selecting a player who won’t fit into what many a pundit or fan would consider to be a “position of need.” Brandon Beane has been widely credited as delivering solid depth across most of the Bills’ roster, making it less likely he might feel pressure to select a player based on position. Beane’s own comments seem to suggest that pressure doesn’t exist. View the full article
  12. Matthew O’Haren-USA TODAY Sports An outstanding athlete without much experience. The 2021 NFL Draft approaches, tasking the Buffalo Bills with finding the best players for a Super Bowl run. Though it doesn’t have the usual batch of top-ten talent this year, edge rusher stands out as a need for the Bills nonetheless. The team struggled to earn sacks from its high-paid defensive line last season, and the two starters are set to be free agents next year. Picking 30th overall, the Bills may be choosing one of the first two or three edge rushers in the draft, thanks to the lack of top-end talent. One of the prospects on their radar is Penn State’s Jayson Oweh. Jayson Oweh (Penn State) Scouting Report Measurables: 6’5” 257 lbs 2020 stats: 38 total tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, zero sacks 2019 stats: 21 total tackles, five tackles for loss, five sacks, two forced fumbles Year: Redshirt Sophomore Pro day testing: 4.37 40-yard dash, 39.5” vertical jump, 134” broad jump, 6.90 three-cone drill, 4.20 short shuttle, 21 bench press reps Summary Jayson Oweh is a freak athlete with a limited resume from his career at Penn State. A workout warrior, Oweh has the size and strength of a starting NFL defensive end and the speed and agility numbers of a starting NFL cornerback. He appeared in 20 games for the Nittany Lions, and only started eight of them (including all seven in his redshirt sophomore season). Making the evaluation more difficult is that he managed to finish the 2020 season without notching a single sack. The team that drafts Oweh must be prepared for a high-risk, high-reward player. He doesn’t turn 21 years old until December of this year, and his inexperience is evident on tape. Also visible on tape are his top-tier athletic talents and high level of competitive effort. Believing in those traits, a team could see Oweh develop into a dangerous edge rusher like Brian Burns or Montez Sweat. It’s also possible that ability never translates to the NFL, and he fizzles out. Strengths Speed and length just eats up turf in the open field—can close to the QB in two or three steps Experienced working at both left and right defensive end, and rushing from inside on stunts Pass rush arsenal includes an arm chop, a bull rush, and a spin move Shows flashes of serious power—his punch can knock the opponent back a step or two Great flexibility in his body, making him able to rush the passer from unfavorable angles High-effort player, willing to chase 20 yards downfield to make a tackle Weaknesses Struggles to “get skinny” when trying to rush inside between guard and tackle Doesn’t have a natural dip-and-rip when cornering around the offensive tackle High pad level can stymie his bull rush efforts Lack of seasoning and production will be major concerns for any team hoping to see an instant impact from their rookies Draft projection: Late first round to second round Why he fits the Bills The Buffalo Bills need a youth movement at edge rusher. Their starting lineup features 33-year-old Jerry Hughes and 34-year-old Mario Addison. Both players are free agents after 2021. Former second-round pick A.J. Epenesa didn’t distinguish himself as a rookie, and former seventh rounder Darryl Johnson hasn’t developed beyond his core special teams role. The Bills can count on Hughes and Addison to carry their weight this season, which would allow them to bring Oweh slowly along. They used a similar tactic with Epenesa last season. That could give Buffalo a better chance than most to develop Oweh into a high-quality NFL player. His burst and flexibility could make him a fantastic asset defending outside runs early in his career, and he’d be a dynamic pass rushing change-up on third down. View the full article
  13. You sound like those touting the Nazi party in the mid-1930's or so. Amazing how dumb you are.
  14. Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer form a terrific tandem, but the team could use more depth. On the latest episode of the Billieve Podcast, in the ninth installment of our State of the Buffalo Bills series, hosts John Boccacino and Jamie D’Amico break down and review the contributions the Bills got from their safeties in 2020. Led by the dynamic duo of Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer, the Bills have one of the best safety tandems in the league. Since they both arrived in Buffalo in 2017, coinciding with head coach Sean McDermott’s first year in charge, Hyde and Poyer have proven to be incredibly trustworthy cogs at the back of the defense—a pair of safeties who excel in Buffalo’s zone-heavy scheme and are great at limiting the big passing plays. Hyde and Poyer both also help defensive coordinator/assistant head coach Leslie Frazier disguise his defense’s coverage and both are just as skilled playing up in the box or sitting back and playing centerfield. We assess Hyde and Poyer’s strengths and weaknesses: Hyde possesses better coverage ability and thrives as the deep safety in zone coverage while Poyer is the more stout run defender and a terrific tackler. We also explore whether Hyde and Poyer deserve consideration for induction onto Buffalo’s Wall of Fame. However, behind Hyde and Poyer, there isn’t a lot of proven depth among the safeties and the Bills should/could certainly turn to the draft to replace the departed Dean Marlowe, who was a solid contributor to Buffalo’s secondary. We take a look at what Buffalo has in developmental safety prospect Jaquan Johnson, who has primarily served a special teams role so far though he will have a chance to take on the role Marlowe filled during his Buffalo tenure, and Josh Thomas, who will be fighting for a roster spot in training camp. Check out the latest Billieve Podcast for our thoughts on Buffalo’s safeties, including whether Hyde and Poyer deserve Wall of Fame consideration, then join the conversation by leaving your thoughts in the comments section below. Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. and Big Newt, The Mafia Mavens, The Overreaction Sports Podcast, and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone | YouTube Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! Tell a friend and leave a review. Both can really help us grow our audience. Editor’s note: If you’re viewing this article on Apple News, the embedded audio will be removed. Click through to the site in your browser to listen. View the full article
  15. RAWSTORY AGAIN!!! LOL. Pure propaganda. Why do you bother with this SHIT? Too funny.
  16. It's your wife, congrats. I know you think you work for the Bills and all but they would have fired you after you pounded the table for Rosen.
  17. The demographic is certainly changing The states that went blue due to fraud will be turning red like they were to begin with
  18. It's so patently false and filled with stupidity that it doesn't deserve a real response. You're also beyond help, so why should anyone waste their time? I respond simply out of pity for you. This is the how you are viewed by many here, and it is appropriate
  19. Yes we didn't have the same John Brown, Cole Beasley or Gabe Davis. All of them were hobbled pretty good at that point. If we had another reliable TE over the middle or a pass catching RB with speed it may have negated some of the issues we had there in the AFCC. It sure would have opened things up more. Goes to show you how hard it is to make it that far every year in the NFL due to injuries. Only thing you can do is keep the hopper full at key positions and not sign injury prone players regardless of how good they are because they won't be available come playoff time(ex..John Brown, at least was a shell of himself)
  20. I doubt I'd give a shit about what you had to say a couple years ago, either. You're probably mistaking me for somebody else.
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