Yesterday, Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor visited the classroom of 2016 Buffalo Bills and M&T Bank Touchdown for Teachers grand prize winner Alison Barone of PS 43 Lovejoy Discovery School in Buffalo, NY.
Entering year two in Rex Ryan's defense, there is a newfound commitment to perform and excel after the men on defense learned a hard lesson in 2015.
Former Bills punter Brian Moorman the special co-host on tonight's show. Murph and Moorman sit down with WR coach Sanjay Lal to discuss the talent in the receiver group. Author Charles Ross talks about his book on how the AFL paved the way for today's professional football.
University of Mississippi professor and author Charles Ross joined The John Murphy Show to discuss his book ‘Mavericks, Money, and Men’ which takes a look at the important moments in AFL history, including the contributions from African American players and the NFL merger which facilitated the evolution of modern football.
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is voted the 69th-best player in the NFL by his peers on "Top 100 Players of 2016."
LeSean McCoy joins Richie Incognito and Sammy Watkins on the NFL's Top 100 list after appearing on the countdown on NFL Network Wednesday night.
Bills WR coach Sanjay Lal sat down on The John Murphy Show to breakdown the talent in the wide receiver room, to discuss the absence of Sammy Watkins during the OTAs and the learning curve for rookie receivers in the NFL.
Quarterback Tyrod Taylor visited the school of Alison Barone, the 2016 Bills and M&T Bank Touchdown for Teachers winner.
LT Cordy Glenn talks about inking his new deal, having the whole offensive line back in 2016 and more.
DE Jerry Hughes talks about his offseason wrist surgery, the new additions on defense and more.
From the 2016 Rookie Premiere to the NBA Playoffs, find out what the Buffalo Bills are up to this week in the offseason.
Sammy Watkins won't be getting reps on the field coming off of foot surgery, but the Bills believe they'll be able to manage his lack of availability prior to the regular season.
Bills center Eric Wood called in to The John Murphy Show to discuss what he gets out of the current OTA sessions, his offseason regimen, and his second annual Dinner for a Difference, benefiting the Eric Wood Foundation.
Elliot Kastner, founder of the Mobile Virtual Player, a robotic tackling dummy which was designed to make football practices safer joined The John Murphy Show. Already in use by NFL and college teams, Kastner discussed the origin of his project and how it will protect the players.
Football Zebras editor and founder Ben Austro joined The John Murphy Show to discuss the recent rule changes when it comes to video replay reviews and the increased involvement from the league office in New York.
Day two of OTAs. Rex Ryan and Jerry Hughes talk about hopeful defensive turnaround. Eric Wood calls in to promote his Dinner for a Difference. Elliot Kastner on the use of robotic tackling dummies. Ben Austro from Football Zebras on the recent rule changes to video replay reviews.
Jerry Hughes talks about his offseason surgery, Rex talks about the decision for Shaq Lawson to have shoulder surgery, CB Kevon Seymour impressing the coaching staff.
Check out photos as the Buffalo Bills open their 2016 Organized Team Activities.
QB Tyrod Taylor talks to the media about OTA's, not having Sammy on the field, working with Jarrett Boykin and more.
Who is making good first impressions, who is back to 100 percent health and who was labeled a super sub? It's all in our OTA notes.
Bills' 2nd round pick LB Reggie Ragland inks his rookie contract and answers a few questions moments after.
The Bills head coach talks about Shaq Lawson's injury situation, rookie Kevon Seymour working with the starters, and the wide receiver depth behind Watkins and Woods.
Bills second-round pick Reggie Ragland signed his rookie contract on Tuesday.
In a radio interview Tuesday, Bills GM Doug Whaley explained the decision making process in having Shaq Lawson undergo shoulder surgery.
Shaq Lawson is only a week removed from surgery, but the physical setback hasn't altered the expectations for his future in a Bills uniform.
Check out Buffalo's 2016 rookie class, as they get a tour of the New Era headquarters, Canalside, and Women and Children's Hospital.
The Bills begin their first set of OTA practices today. Here are some items we'll be tracking as the week unfolds.
Here is the news of note for the Bills for May 21st.
Monday Quarterback Club President Paul Peck sat down on The John Murphy Show to discuss the upcoming changes to the meetings, how the club gives fans a different level of Bills insight, and the perks of year-around events for its members.
Sporting News writer Bill Bender on the most hated NFL players. SI.com's Don Banks shares his thoughts on the Bills and the AFC East. Monday Quarterback Club President Paul Peck on changes for the new season.
SI.com Senior NFL Writer Don Banks sat down on The John Murphy Show to share his thoughts on the Bills defense moving forward, the offense under Tyrod Taylor, the offensive line's continued success in 2016, and where Buffalo fits in the AFC East.
The Buffalo Bills and the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County partnered together to launch the 'Character Playbook' initiative which helps to guide young individuals on a path of good character.
From going to concerts with friends to setting a 2016 best in the long jump, find out what the Buffalo Bills are up to this week in the offseason.
Bills' 3rd round pick DT Adolphus Washington signs his rookie contract and answers a few questions.
Bills rookies took a tour of Buffalo with stops at New Era Headquarters, Canalside, Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo and (716) Food and Sport.
Celebrate the retirement of Bruce Smith’s number. Own your own #78 t-shirt!
From youth football camps to graduation, find out what the Buffalo Bills are up to this week in the offseason.
Check out photos of the Buffalo Bills 2016 rookie class participating in minicamp.
Check out photos of Buffalo's 2016 draft class.
The Buffalo Bills selected Ohio State QB Cardale Jones with the 139th overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.