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  1. The NFL’s annual hiring cycle nearly has ended, but the criticism and concern regarding lack of diversity in the various decisions made could extend long after the attention of the league and its teams turns to the next item on the calendar. Jason Reid of ESPN’s TheUndefeated.com reports that the Fritz Pollard Alliance held a [more] View the full article
  2. Bills defensive lineman Corey Liuget has settled a lawsuit against his former trainer that was set to go to trial early next month. Liuget was suspended four games to open the 2018 season after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. Liuget alleged that trainer Ian Danney injected him with what Danney called an “over-the-counter anti-inflammatory” [more] View the full article
  3. The Bills have another Pro Bowler. The team announced that special teamer and return man Andre Roberts would be added to this weekend’s all-star game. Roberts averaged 26.6 yards per kickoff return this year, fifth in the league among returners with at least one return per game. It’s his second Pro Bowl, after representing the [more] View the full article
  4. Bills linebacker Tremaine Edmunds is a Pro Bowler for the first time. The team announced Edmunds will replace Patriots linebacker Dont'a Hightower on the AFC all-star team. Edmunds finished his second season with a team-high 115 tackles, 1.5 sacks and nine passes defensed. He made 121 tackles as a rookie, making him the first player [more] View the full article
  5. The Bills spent last offseason reconstructing their offensive line. This week, their offensive linemen are being reconstructed. Via the Buffalo News, Bills right guard Jon Feliciano and right tackle Cody Ford had surgeries yesterday. Feliciano had his left rotator cuff repaired, while Ford’s work was on his right shoulder. Feliciano was part of a massive [more] View the full article
  6. The New York Giants were denied permission to interview Brian Daboll by the Buffalo Bills as the Giants search for an offensive coordinator to pair with new head coach Joe Judge, per Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. Daboll, the offensive coordinator of the Bills, spent four years with Judge as an assistant with the New England [more] View the full article
  7. Bills defensive tackle Ed Oliver‘s offseason plans will include recovering from a surgical procedure. Oliver tweeted a picture of himself in a hospital gown on Tuesday. Oliver wrote that “surgery went well” and that “it’s been a hell of a way to navigate my rookie year.” It’s not clear what kind of surgery Oliver required. [more] View the full article
  8. Yesterday was a crushing loss for the Texans, but at least they can comfort themselves with their future, and how they can use the 26th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to make a good team better. Oh wait, they already traded that one to the Dolphins. Sorry guys, that was probably too soon. With [more] View the full article
  9. The NFL’s discipline process for on-field infractions from time to time falls victim to considerations unrelated to whether discipline of a certain type is warranted. It looks like it has happened again this week, twice. The first example came from the decision of the league office to not fine Seahawks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney for [more] View the full article
  10. Eric Washington was the defensive coordinator on Ron Rivera’s final staff with the Panthers, but he won’t be following Rivera to Washington. The Bills announced on Friday that Washington will be their defensive line coach. Bill Teerlinck had been the defensive line coach in Buffalo, but left to take the same job at Virginia Tech [more] View the full article
  11. Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes revealed on social media this week that he played with torn ligaments in his wrist. That has prompted an NFL investigation into whether the Bills violated the league policy on reporting injuries, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN reports. The Bills did not list Hughes with a wrist injury at any time [more] View the full article
  12. Frank Gore said after the Bills’ playoff loss that he’s unsure whether he wants to play in 2020. If he does decide to play, he may need to go elsewhere. Bills General Manager Brandon Beane said Gore has to decide whether he wants to keep playing, and then the Bills have to decide whether they’d [more] View the full article
  13. Bills head coach Sean McDermott hopes the Bills can stay as intact as possible this offseason, but some change is inevitable and one will involve his defensive line coach. Virginia Tech announced that Bill Teerlinck will be taking over as their defensive line coach. Teerlinck and Virginia Tech head coach Brian Fuente were on the [more] View the full article
  14. Head coach Sean McDermott and General Manager Brandon Beane have spent a lot of time overhauling the Bills roster since joining the organization in 2017, but McDermott’s hope for this offseason isn’t centered around bringing new faces to Buffalo. McDermott said at a Tuesday press conference that a team picks up a different identity every [more] View the full article
  15. Kaare Vedvik’s tour of the NFL will continue in Buffalo. The Bills announced on Tuesday that they have signed Vedvik to a future contract that will make him part of the team’s 90-man roster once the offseason is officially underway. Vedvik has tried his hand at both kicking and punting since entering the NFL as [more] View the full article
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