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The Bills are a quarter of the way through the 2015 NFL season. Below are a list of observations on the team from national media through the first four games.
Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown officially declares October 8, 2015 "One Buffalo Day" to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Terry and Kim Pegula assuming ownership of the Buffalo Bills in addition to the Buffalo Sabres.
With LeSean McCoy and Karlos Williams' status for Sunday uncertain, Boobie Dixon stands a good chance of being the lead back against Tennessee this weekend.
The signing of veteran K Billy Cundiff cost kickoff specialist Jordan Gay his job, but his presence on Buffalo's roster likely goes further than that.
The Bills made a pair of moves to address their special teams unit and wide receiving corps.
MUSIC CITY MATCHUP. Led by the NFL leader in pass breakups Ron Darby, The Bills head down to Nashville to take on Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans in Week 5.
HC Rex Ryan wishes the Sabres good luck in their home opener, talks injuries, kicking situation and more.
OC Greg Roman talks about how not having key players affects the offense, the running back situation, Robert Woods and more.
Bills defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman talks about facing Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, the return of safety Aaron Williams, and the difficulty with the pass rush.
The Bills were active on Wednesday as they added a kicker, running back and a wide receiver. Safety Aaron Williams set to return, WR Sammy Watkins edging closer.