Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Adolphus Washington was arrested on weapons charges this weekend at a water park near Cincinnati.
Getting to OTAs is proving to be a real pain in the ass for some NFL players. Yesterday we heard about Packers corner Davon House hitching a ride from Minneapolis to Green Bay after his flight got cancelled, and today brings us the story of Bills cornerback Shareece Wright, who took an Uber from Chicago to Buffalo for…
Bills quarterback Cardale Jones, who as a Buckeyes freshman tweeted—and then deleted—that “we ain’t come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS” will graduate today from Ohio State with a bachelor’s degree in African-American Studies.
That’s Doug Whaley, fired as Bills GM this past Sunday, and Tim Murray, fired as Sabres GM 10 days before that, sharing a chat at the bar of a downtown Buffalo restaurant this afternoon. Get some sangria in those two and I bet they’d have strong opinions on Terry Pegula.
A few hours after the completion of the NFL draft, Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula announced that the team would be clearing out their front office—firing general manager Doug Whaley, along with the entire scouting staff.
The Buffalo Bills announced today that the team has agreed to a new deal with quarterback Tyrod Taylor. It was a bit of an unexpected announcement, seeing as how the Bills spent the tail end of last season doing everything in their power to set themselves up to release Taylor.
We finally have a definitive answer to the question everyone was asking after Rex Ryan was fired by the Buffalo Bills: What will be the fate of Rex’s big-ass Bills truck?
Rex and Rob Ryan surprised absolutely no one when they swung by the Hooters in downtown Indianapolis. It was at the NFL combine three years ago, and the Brothers Ryan—Rex beginning his final year with the Jets, Rob having finished his first season in New Orleans—posed for a photograph with the wait staff that the…
Bills GM Doug Whaley is facing the music today, giving an end-of-season press conference after a mess of a year and apparently failing to inspire much confidence that the Bills are internally healthy and ready for a turnaround.
Today, the Bills Jetsed themselves—against the Jets.
To get pumped for this weekend’s season finale, the Buffalo Bills have released a nice little highlight video of the year. In more than a minute of footage featuring action from multiple players on both sides of the ball, there is not so much as a passing glance at quarterback Tyrod Taylor.
The Bills made obvious their lack of commitment to QB Tyrod Taylor when they announced he would be benched for Sunday’s season finale, a clear move to protect him from a serious injury which would lock them into $27.5 million guaranteed next season. Taylor appears to be making his intentions known, too:
The Buffalo Bills are heading into Week 17 with interim coach Anthony Lynn on the sideline and backup quarterback E.J. Manuel starting under center. It does not appear that the former had anything to do with putting the latter into the starting lineup.
The Dolphins and Bills brawled a bit late in today’s game in Buffalo, and it’s all Dan Carpenter’s fault—as the Bills kicker taunted the Miami returner after forcing him out of bounds, and havoc briefly reigned.
Spoiler alert: the chair and person are not thrown through any sort of furniture.