Edwin Garris, Buffalo native, shares his memories of Super Bowl XXV from Iraq during the Persian Gulf War.
John Murphy caught up with former Bills wide receiver Marlin Briscoe to discuss his experience as the first African American to start at quarterback in the AFL, and the impact that football has had on his life.
John Murphy believes Buffalo's talented core of Tyrod Taylor, LeSean McCoy, Sammy Watkins + others can find inspiration in the Carolina Panthers Super Bowl run.
Today the Bills announced that club season tickets are available at Ralph Wilson Stadium for 2016, and that a season ticket wait list has formed for general tickets.
The Bills added a former second round pick Javier Arenas to the team's 2016 roster. Arenas will contribute at cornerback and on special teams as kick returner.
See where some of the Bills current players ranked as high school recruits on national signing day.
On this date 14 years ago, Bills quarterback Jim Kelly was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Two years ago today, Bills iconic wide receiver Andre Reed was selected as a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Ronald Darby had an outstanding rookie season for the Bills in 2015. Among the lessons the cornerback learned was that the rookie wall is a legitimate hurdle every young player has to clear.
Major Patrick Miller, a member of the U.S. Army who was honored for his act of heroism during the 2014 Fort Hood shooting, recently spent time at the 2016 Pro Bowl practice in Hawaii. Miller shared some key takeaways from visiting with Buffalo’s Pro Bowlers, and expressed his commitment to maintaining a positive outlook on life.
After spending the week in Mobile, talking to the prospects, scouts, NFL personnel, media experts, and watching the North and South practices, find out what John Murphy learned about what the Bills may be looking for in this year's draft.
Check out season stats and highlights from each of the Bills Pro Bowl selections, and throughout the last 40 years in franchise history.
The Bills have some tough decisions to make this offseason to get into better position to make moves under the salary cap. That could create some holes to be filled on the defensive side of the ball where Buffalo figures to be in the market for some playmakers.
With the strides made by Tyrod Taylor as a first-year starter in 2015, Buffalo isn't pressured to find a future starting QB. But with both quarterbacks on the roster entering the final year of their contracts, GM Doug Whaley is interested in adding some depth behind Taylor that shows the potential to develop.
Bills GM Doug Whaley would love nothing more than to have a 6-5 receiver that runs a 4.4 to add to their receiving corps, but finding one is easier said than done, especially in this year's draft class.
It took some disappointment to prompt it, but a first-year quarterback and two players from the 2014 draft class stepped up late in the season to assume leadership roles and help better position the team for winning football in 2016.
Buffalo Bills G Richie Incognito has been named to the 2016 Pro Bowl.
|02/03/2016||Signed- CB Javier Arenas as a reserve/future signing.|
|01/20/2016||Kathryn Smith has been named the team’s quality control-special teams coach.|
|01/20/2016||Signed- RB James Wilder Jr. as a reserve/future signing.|
|01/13/2016||Ed Reed has agreed in principle to join the Bills coaching staff as the team’s assistant defensive backs coach.|
|01/10/2016||Hired- Rob Ryan as the assistant head coach/defense.|
|01/04/2016||Signed contract extensions- CB