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Buffalo Bills Injuries: Boobie Dixon Set to Start Vs Tennessee Titans Sunday

October 7th, 2015 at 1:21 PM
By John Fennelly

The Buffalo Bills, whose offense is predicated on the running game, are running out of running backs. LeSean McCoy (hamstring) and Karlos Williams (concussion) were both held out of practice on Wednesday.

That means Boobie Dixon is now the top dog in the backfield for this week's game.

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"I think Boobie can be a good back," head coach Rex Ryan said. "I think he is a good back, and he's also a good special-teams player. But we'll see. We'll see how Karlos — he's in the concussion protocol. And we'll see about LeSean as the week progresses. Those two will be out today, but hopefully we can get a shot at one of those guys, too."

Last week vs the Giants, with McCoy out, the Bills could only manage 2.3 yards per carry behind Williams and QB Tyrod Taylor and gained only two first downs on the ground.

Behind Dixon, the Bills have only Cierre Wood, a second year player out of Notre Dame wiht only three career carries and Dan "Boom" Herron, the former Colt signed this week

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Buffalo Bills Sign K Billy Cundiff and WR Denarius Moore, Release 2 Special Teams Players

October 7th, 2015 at 12:31 PM
By Serena Burks

The Buffalo Bills sit at 2-2 after dropping one to the New York Giants on Sunday. The Bills reaction to their season so far is to release returner Marcus Thigpen and kickoff specialist Jordan Gay. The team signed K Billy Cundiff and WR Denarius Moore in an effort to create more offense and more opportunity to put points on the board.

The Bills offense is extremely flexible. Some might say versatile, but that's not quite accurate. Certain players are versatile, several of them actually, and they record both rushing and receiving stats. Quarterback Tyrod Taylor earns stats all over the field as a QB and rusher. The top three receivers for the Bills are Charles Clay, Percy Harvin and Robert Woods. Clay has accumulated 255 yards on 21 receptions and 2 touchdowns while fumbling the ball only once. Harvin has 218 yards on 19 catches with 1 TD and 1 fumble. Woods brings 158 yards on 12 receptions with 1 TD and 1 fumble.

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Buffalo Bills Keep Their Man as Jerry Hughes Re-Signs

March 10th, 2015 at 9:00 AM
By Anthony Custode Jr

The Buffalo Bills had until today at 4 pm to ink Jerry Hughes before other NFL teams could officially sign him away from them, and the two sides got a deal done with a day to spare.

Hughes signed a multi-year contract yesterday, solidifying Buffalo's defensive line for at least one more season, with Marcell Dareus' contract set to expire next season. For Hughes, signing elsewhere wasn't really an option. He told reporters that he told his agent to get a deal done in Buffalo, and that's exactly what he was able to accomplish.

Hughes registered back-to-back 10-sack seasons with the Bills, after being an after thought in Indianapolis. He was the odd-man out for the Pro Bowl last season, as the other three members of Buffalo's defensive line made the all star game. Still, Hughes says he believes the team is close to getting to the playoffs, and even went as far as saying that he looks forward to winning the AFC East.

For the Bills, this move is just another big transaction in an already interesting offseason. The acquisition of Richie Incognito and LeSean McCoy already had the juices flowing in fans. With Hughes signed, Buffalo's defense can continue to be dominant.

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Buffalo Bills Make LeSean McCoy Happy with New Contract

March 9th, 2015 at 9:00 AM
By Anthony Custode Jr

When the Buffalo Bills acquired LeSean McCoy from the Philadelphia Eagles, reports immediately surfaced that he wasn't happy about the transaction and that he wasn't going to go arrive in Buffalo quickly.

The Bills have given him 40 million reasons to change his attitude.

McCoy agreed to sign an five-year, $40 million contract with Buffalo, with $26 million guaranteed.

The deal isn't surprising to many around Buffalo, but the rest of the league may be a bit stunned. The impact of Terry and Kim Pegula, along with Rex Ryan, has already proven to be a force that will be taken seriously throughout the NFL. Free agents will want to come to Buffalo after seeing how McCoy changed his tune, rather quickly.

Of course, the money doesn't hurt, and Pegula isn't afraid to dish it out to get top-tier talent. The Bills are far from done, and rumors have them looking to fill a few more spots on the roster with stud free agents. Tuesday should be an exciting for Bills fans, as the new chapter will officially begin.

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Buffalo Bills are not Being Shy This Offseason

March 5th, 2015 at 10:01 AM
By Anthony Custode Jr

For fans of the Buffalo Bills, the offseason usually means one or two veterans are signed under a budget to keep pace with third place in the AFC East.

Now that Terry Pegula and his wife Kim are calling the shots, Doug Whaley has plenty of freedom to be aggressive, and he's already started making his mark.

Like his moves or hate them, one has to respect Whaley's boldness. The Bills traded Kiko Alonso, coming off of a second ACL surgery, for LeSean McCoy, who has plenty in the tank. The deal sent shockwaves through the NFL. McCoy to the Bills? That didn't seem to sit well with anyone not involving Buffalo when the news first hit.

The Bills made a smaller move the following day, acquiring Matt Cassel from the Minnesota Vikings. Rumors have it, however, that the Bills aren't done yet.

There have been reports tying the Bills to interest in Vernon Davis and Mike Iupati, both from the San Francisco 49ers. Iupati is a solid offensive lineman, which the Bills desperately need, and Davis is a star tight end that may have worn out his welcome in San Francisco.

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