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ESPN NFL analyst and former NFL GM Bill Polian put together his list of top free agent talent set to hit the market in mid-March and two Bills appear near the top of his list. Polian graded pending free agents with A, B and C grades. Here’s how he valueShare Tweet
PFF suggests Bills free agent targetsThe film reviewers and stat crunchers at ProFootballFocus have put together a list of suggested free agent targets for the Bills this offseason as they try to assess some of the team’s most glaring positional needs. PFF goes into their assessment underShare Tweet
BDC 2/5: WR Johnson Has Unique Route StyleDAILY REPORT —Bills WR Stevie Johnson was recently featured in ESPN Magazine for his unique route-running style. Writer Sam Monson breaks down Johnson’s moves which he describes as ‘hoops moves.’ QUOTE OF THE DAY Bills Director of College ScoutingShare Tweet
Combine interview list to be in this weekThe NFL Combine in Indianapolis is still more than two weeks away, but Buffalo’s scouting staff is already putting their preliminary draft board together. The Bills and 31 other NFL clubs also must have their list of prospect interview requests in to tShare Tweet
AFC East links: Dolphins violated principlesESPN.com Feb 5, 2013Buffalo Bills What does wide receiver Stevie Johnson want for the Bills in 2013? “Playoffs, that’s it,” said Johnson. "For players to be accountable when things go wrong. That way we bounce back faster. I want everybody to compete with each other. IShare Tweet
Peter King: More on two Super Bowl XLVII controversies; mailFeb 5It's the first day of the rest of our lives. Thirty-one weeks and two days until opening night at M&T Bank Stadium and the world champion Ravens host the opener of the 2013 season. Time to breathe a little bit. And by the way, if you haven't seen vi…
Running Diary: The New Fast & Furious 6 Extended TrailerFeb 5February 5 is now a holiday. In less than an hour this morning, we learned Gus Johnson is calling the 2018 World Cup, Keith Law's annual list of the t...