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  1. Though several new NFL rules passed on Wednesday, one that has been tabled for further discussion was the Bills’ proposal to change the timing of the league’s General Manager and head coach hiring cycle. Buffalo had proposed to delay the start of all interview until after the conference championship games were completed, with no hires [more] View the full article
  2. When the Packers had the draft’s 30th overall pick last year, they opted to look out for their long-term future by trading up to select Jordan Love. Now the Bills have the 30th overall pick. While they’re also in a clear contention window, General Manager Brandon Beane said in his Tuesday press conference that Buffalo [more] View the full article
  3. The Bills want to sign Josh Allen to a long-term deal, and Josh Allen wants to sign a long-term deal with the Bills. The Bills aren’t in a rush to get a deal done, knowing they have a fifth-year option they can exercise to ensure the quarterback remains in Buffalo at least through the 2022 [more] View the full article
  4. The Bills have taken running backs in the third round of the last two drafts and they signed Matt Breida in free agency, but General Manager Brandon Beane isn’t taking the position off the table at the top of this year’s draft. Beane was asked about using the No. 30 pick on a running back [more] View the full article
  5. Richie Incognito entered the NFL in the 2005 draft. With Alex Smith‘s retirement announcement Monday, Incognito is one of only three players from that draft class under contract for 2021. The once-retired Raiders offensive guard wouldn’t mind being the last one standing. “I am going to play as long as I can,” Incognito told Vic [more] View the full article
  6. Earlier this month, Bills quarterback Josh Allen said he’d love to be “locked down in Buffalo for a very long time” with a contract extension. Every indication from the organization has been that the Bills would like the same — though they’re in no hurry to get it done. General Manager Brandon Beane has consistently [more] View the full article
  7. There were a number of players placed on COVID-19 reserve lists around the league last year and most of them were able to return to play after dealing with the virus. Bills tight end Tommy Sweeney was an exception on that front. Sweeney developed myocarditis, which is an inflammation of part of the heart that [more] View the full article
  8. The talk of a Super League of soccer teams provided the impetus for Monday’s PFT Live draft: Which NFL teams would receive charter membership in an eight-team Super League? We’ve given the Chiefs and the Buccaneers charter membership, given the current state of both teams. Simms and I picked the next six. It wasn’t easy. [more] View the full article
  9. With the current labor deal between the NFL and NFL Players Association in place for another decade, the question of whether players will or won’t show up for voluntary workouts could linger. There’s a way that teams could try to deal with it. More teams could begin to use workout bonuses more regularly, in an [more] View the full article
  10. NFL owners will vote on rule change proposals this week, including one from the Bills that would make a big change to the process of hiring head coaches. The proposal calls for teams to wait until after the conference championship games to have contact or hold interviews with candidates for head coaching positions. None of [more] View the full article
  11. Good deeds need to be highlighted. Bills tackle Dion Dawkins did a very good deed on Saturday. Via WLNY-TV, Dawkins hosted a food giveaway in his hometown of Rahway, New Jersey. “This is where I grew up,” Dawkins said. “This is where I went to school. This is where I got in trouble. This is [more] View the full article
  12. Buffalo Bills tackle Trey Adams announced his retirement from football in a post to his instagram account on Thursday. “Thank you football for everything,” Adams wrote. “I have put much thought into this decision and it is time for me to retire from the game that has given me so much. Thank you, coach Dev, [more] View the full article
  13. Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said this week that fans attending Bills games in the fall would be required to show they’re vaccinated. But New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says no such requirement is legal. “I don’t think the county executive is legally correct,” Cuomo said, via the Buffalo News. “But besides that, we tend [more] View the full article
  14. As the NFLPA tries to take collective action against the offseason workout program, the action will not be fully collective. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the union won’t be pushing teams that have a significant number of players with workout bonuses to join in the effort. The source specifically mentioned the Packers [more] View the full article
  15. The Bills spent some time with a potential addition to their secondary on Tuesday. Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that cornerback T.J. Carrie met with the team. Carrie met with the Saints earlier this offseason as well. Carrie spent last season with the Colts and started two of the 15 regular season games he played [more] View the full article
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