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Tim Settle: "I'm Bringing Energy, Power, Love, and Passion"
Newly signed Bills DT Tim Settle joined One Bills Live to discuss coming to Buffalo in free agency, the energy he will bring to the defense, his relationship with former Virginia Tech teammate Tremaine Edmunds, and his career so far in the NFL with Washington.
Greg Cosell: Analyzing the Bills Moves In Free Agency
NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell joined One Bills Live to recap the Bills moves in free agency. He talked about the recent trend of one-year deals being signed by players this offseason and the Bills addressing the offensive line with Connor McGovern and David Edwards. He went on to discuss what he's seen from Deonte Harty and Trent Sherfield and how the new receivers will fit into the Bills offense. He then discussed the re-signing of Jordan Poyer, what DeAndre Hopkins will offer a new team if traded, and the top moves from around the NFL.
David Edwards: "This Is The Perfect Opportunity"
Newly signed Bills offensive lineman David Edwards joined One Bills Live and discussed his free agent visit to Buffalo, his relationship with current O-line coach Aaron Kromer, and his excitement for getting back into game action with the Bills. He went on to talk about playing in front of Josh Allen, re-joining former teammate Von Miller here in Buffalo, and the competition he went up against with the Rams.
Mock Draft Watch 4.0: Who The Draft Experts Have The Bills Taking at Pick No. 27
Bills reporter Maddy Glab joined One Bills Live on Tuesday. She recapped the Bills free agent haul so far and then transitioned to what those moves mean for next month's NFL Draft. She took a look at the latest Mock Draft Watch to see who the analysts have the Bills taking with their first round selection. She broke down offensive line prospects O'Cyrus Torrence (Florida) and Dawand Jones (Ohio State) and linebacker prospects Trenton Simpson (Clemson) and Jack Campbell (Iowa).
Trent Sherfield: Signing Here "Was A No Brainer"
Newly signed Bills WR Trent Sherfield joined One Bills Live after signing his one-year deal in Buffalo. He talked about the free agency process, his breakout season in Miami with the Dolphins last season, and why he's excited to join the Bills offense. He went on to discuss his skill set as a receiver, his first impressions of Sean McDermott, and his unique path to the NFL after going undrafted in 2018.
Tyrel Dodson and Tyler Matakevich: "We Love This Place. No Place We'd Rather Be"
Bills linebackers Tyrel Dodson and Tyler Matakevich joined One Bills Live after signing one-year deals with the team. The two talked about why they wanted to come back to Buffalo and the bond they share in the locker room and with the special teams unit. Tyrel talked about filling in when needed at the LB position and the familiarity with the defensive scheme. The two went on to talk about their offseason plans and the eagerness for the team to get back on the field next season.
Jim Nagy: "I Give The Bills Full Credit"
Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy joined One Bills Live to discuss what goes into the All-Star game in Mobile, Alabama. He talked about how the scouts and GMs around the league use the Senior Bowl to better connect with the prospects. Jim went on to discuss some players he could see as a fit for the Bills at the wide receiver position, the guys who he felt are underrated that did not get a Combine invite, and the safety class in this year's draft. Finally, he shared his thoughts on the Bills draft needs and their approach this offseason.
Greg Cosell: The Bills Need A Three Level Wide Receiver
NFL Films senior producer/ESPN NFL Matchup co-host Greg Cosell joined One Bills Live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. He discussed the wide receiver group in this year's draft class and which prospects would be great fits for the Bills offense. He shared his thoughts on USC's Jordan Addison and Boston College's Zay Flowers. He discussed the depth of this class and why they may find value on day two and three. Finally he touched on tight ends and if a playmaking prospect might be an option for the Bills and the safety free agent class.
Maddy Glab: What the Draft Prospects Are Saying At the Combine
Bills Reporter Maddy Glab joined One Bills Live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. She talked about what the draft prospects were saying as they meet the media here at the Combine. She started with the WRs in this year's class and why some would be welcome the opportunity to play with QB Josh Allen. She went on to talk about the defensive line and linebacker group who hit the field on Thursday night and some prospects that may be of interest to the Bills.
Matt Miller: "He's A Mauler...Mean & Aggressive"
ESPN NFL draft analyst/insider Matt Miller joined One Bills Live from the NFL Combine. He talked about this year's wide receiver class and why he feels USC's Jordan Addison would be a good fit for the Bills. He went on to discuss the offensive line class and why the physicality and position flexibility of North Dakota State OL Cody Mauch is so appealing. He then touched on the safety group in this year's draft, the bulk of defensive pass rushers, and the best instinctive linebackers.
Chris Trapasso: "This Interior Offensive Line Class Is As Good As It Gets"
CBS Sports draft analyst Chris Trapasso joined one Bills Live from the NFL Combine. He discussed the top offensive line talent in this year's draft class and which prospects might be a fit for the Bills. He shared his thoughts on the interior offensive linemen and a few players that could be added for depth on the outside at tackle.
Marc Ross: "Identify Talent And Stick With It"
NFL Network analyst and former NFL Pro Personnel Executive Marc Ross joined One Bills Live in Indianapolis. He talked about how teams will handle the scouting process with Georgia DT Jalen Carter after his off the field issue. He went on to discuss player evaluations here at the NFL Combine and how teams may overvalue certain players. He also talked about the growth of the tight end position, the uncertainty with drafting running backs, and why the Bills may have to lean on younger players starting in 2023.
Joey Mulinaro: Mel Kiper, Nick Saban, Andrew Luck, Colin Cowherd & More!
Comedian and impressionist Joey Mulinaro joined One Bills Live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. He talked about interworkings with the NFL, his new mock draft project with The 33rd Team, and shared his best impressions which included Mel Kiper, Jr., Andrew Luck, Nick Saban, Cris Collinsworth, and Colin Cowherd.
Frank Reich: "Now I Can Root Even Harder For The Bills"
Panthers head coach & former Bills QB Frank Reich joined One Bills Live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. He talked about his departure from the Colts and his new position taking over the Panthers. He discussed the early stages of building his staff in Carolina, the quarterback process this offseason for his team, and visiting with free agent Derek Carr. Finally he shared his thoughts on his former team in the Bills and the battle in 2023 in the NFC South.
Chris Trapasso: "Round Two Is Where The Top Wide Receivers May Be Available"
CBS Sports Draft Analyst Chris Trapasso joined One Bills Live from the NFL Combine. He talked about position groups that Bills fans should look at here in Indianapolis. He talked about the wide receiver class and how specific prospects may fit into the Bills offense. He went on to talk about which rounds might have the best value with that position and where they may test out with the on field drills.
Charles Davis: "Still A Team That Is A Super Bowl Contender"
NFL Network/NFL on CBS analyst Charles Davis joined One Bills Live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. He discussed the outlook for the top of the draft including the quarterback prospects. He analyzed the Bills needs this offseason and the possible approach in free agency and the draft. He also explained why he thinks the Bills are still Super Bowl contenders heading into 2023.
Sean McDermott: "He's Done a Really Good Job With Our Defense"
Bills head coach Sean McDermott joined Chris Brown and Steve Tasker on One Bills Live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. He discussed Bills DC Leslie Frazier taking a year off from coaching, additions to the coaching staff, developing young players, and the challenge in finding the best players at the NFL Combine & NFL Draft.
Daniel Jeremiah: "These Are Physical Freaks"
NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah joined Chris Brown and Steve Tasker on One Bills Live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. He discussed areas where this year's draft class looks strong including edge rushers, cornerbacks, interior OL, and tight ends. He examined the QB market, some prospects to keep an eye on and where the best value is for wide receivers.
Brandon Beane: Finding the Right Fits is Goal #1
Bills GM Brandon Beane joined Chris Brown and Steve Tasker on One Bills Live from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. He discussed Bills DC Leslie Frazier taking a year off from coaching, what that means next for the team, the plan for compliance with the salary cap, and the scenarios to improve the roster through free agency and the draft. Beane also talked about where things stand with Tremaine Edmunds & Jordan Poyer, the plan at safety, and which positions may be strong in the draft.
Mock Draft Watch 2.0: Who Will The Bills Select With Pick No. 27?
On this week's Buffalo Bills Mock Draft Watch 2.0 Maddy Glab and Chris Brown took a look at who the draft experts have the Bills taking with the 27th overall pick in this year's draft. The two dissected the numbers on which position group headlined the list and which prospects were mocked the most.
Greg Cosell: Super Bowl In-Depth Preview
NFL Films senior producer/ESPN NFL Matchup co-host Greg Cosell joined One Bills Live to preview this year's Super Bowl. He talked about the changes he's seen in Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs use of rookies on defense, how they may fare against Eagles WR A.J. Brown and the overall defense under DC Steve Spagnuolo. He went on to discuss how Philadelphia may defend against multiple looks from the Chiefs offense, how to limit TE Travis Kelce, and how Kansas City might be able to slow down the Eagles pass rush.
Sam Acho: This Bills Team "Went Through A Lot"
ESPN Analyst and former NFL LB Sam Acho joined One Bills Live. He discussed the upcoming release of his second book, "Change Starts With You: Following Your Fire to Heal a Broken World" and his role in the re-launch of the XFL, which begins play next weekend. He also went on to share his thoughts on this year's Bills team and what the team might need to do this offseason. Finally, he talked about the biggest factors in this year's Super Bowl matchup and shared his thoughts on Texas RB Bijan Robinson.
Buffalo Bills Mock Draft Watch 1.0
Maddy Glab and Steve Tasker broke down the first Buffalo Bills Mock Draft Watch to see who the experts have the Bills taking with their first round selection in the 2023 NFL Draft. The two discussed the top positions chosen and two players that were targeted the most, RB Bijan Robinson from Texas and DB Brian Branch out of Alabama.
Greg Cosell: Bills Offseason Priorities, Defensive and Offensive Evaluation
NFL Films Senior Producer Greg Cosell joined One Bills Live for his weekly segment. He shared his thoughts on the Bills offseason priorities, the impact of Tremaine Edmunds, Jordan Poyer, and Ed Oliver on Buffalo's defense and the impact of losing Von Miller. He went on to discuss the Bills offense as a whole, the marriage between the run and pass game, and James Cook's expectations in year two. Finally, he went around the NFL to talk about Bill O'Brien's addition to lead the Patriots offense, Vic Fangio taking over the defense in Miami, and what the 49ers and Giants' longterm answer might be at quarterback.
Jordan Palmer: Evolution Of Josh Allen And Joe Burrow
QB Summit coach/consultant and former NFL QB Jordan Palmer joined One Bills Live. He talked about his offseason workings with both Josh Allen and Joe Burrow and how the two QBs have grown in the NFL over the years. He discussed Allen's competitive edge and how that is reflective on the field and how Burrow gets the most out of his surrounding weapons. Finally, he also talked about the progression of two in bettering their distribution during the game.
Nyheim Hines: "My Nickname 'Nightmare' is Very Fitting"
Bills RB Nyheim Hines joined One Bills Live following Thursday's practice. He talked about his acclimation to his new team since being traded from the Colts and his success in the return game this season, including the two kickoff touchdowns he had in Week 18 vs. the Patriots. Finally, he talked about his thoughts on Bills Mafia and why his nickname represents his play on the field.