Posts Tagged ‘Buffalo Bills’

Scouting Spotlight: RB Cam Akers

Saturday, April 4th, 2020

With the draft just over three weeks away, the “Scouting Spotlight” will serve as a highlight of five individual players from possible positions of need that the Buffalo Bills could look to address over the course of the 2020 NFL Draft. The 2020 NFL Free Agency waves have come and gone. The Bills made a multitude of moves to shore up their offensive and defensive lines to go with cornerback as well.

Josh Allen says Buffalo Bills building something ‘special’ after Stefon Diggs trade

Saturday, April 4th, 2020

The 26-year-old has racked up 4,623 yards in five NFL seasons and Bills quarterback Allen is in no doubt his team have acquired a unique talent. After reaching the Wild Card round in 2019, Allen is aware the Bills are under pressure in 2020, a year where they will no longer face Tom Brady in the AFC East. "What we have going on is a special thing," Allen, who is heading into his third year, told reporters.

Josh Allen says Bills building something ‘special’ after Stefon Diggs trade

Saturday, April 4th, 2020

After the Bills acquired Stefon Diggs, quarterback Josh Allen is aware the pressure is on for 2020.

Josh Allen Says Bills Have a ‘Special Thing’ Going on This Season

Saturday, April 4th, 2020

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen said Friday the organization is setting up for a "special" season after it acquired star wide receiver Stefon Diggs from the Minnesota Vikings last month. Allen said Diggs' arrival will provide a "huge, huge boost for our offense" and set the stage for the Bills to take the next step after making the playoffs two of the past three years. "What we have going on is a special thing," Allen told reporters.

Josh Allen: I understand how big of a year this is

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie declared earlier this week that it's Buffalo's time "to take over" the AFC East. It's one thing for Isaiah McKenzie to say it. It's quite another for Josh Allen to say it. And the Bills starting quarterback didn't say it in a conference call with beat reporters Friday. Allen carefully worded [more]

Josh Allen calls Stefon Diggs QBs ‘best friend’

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

When he can run routes and double move and get open and consistently make plays, that becomes a quarterback’s best friend,” Allen said. Allen also sees what many see in Diggs. He’s one of the best route runners in the league; he makes these unbelievable contested catches,” Allen said.

Bills valued Diggs’ experience over adding receiver in draft

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Stefon Diggs landing in Buffalo was a direct result of the new coronavirus pandemic potentially disrupting the NFL’s offseason practice schedule. Bills general manager Brandon Beane altered his approach in filling the Bills’ most pressing need at receiver. By acquiring Diggs in a trade with Minnesota last month, Beane opted to add an established player who could immediately step into the lineup, rather than risk waiting for a rookie to grow into the role with limited practice time.

Josh Allen: what Stefon Diggs can do makes him ‘QB’s best friend’

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

The Bills offense needed more firepower and that’s exactly what Diggs is going to bring. Bills quarterback Josh Allen spoke on Friday via conference call for the first time since the Diggs trade and said he thinks Diggs will give the Buffalo offense a “huge boost in every aspect. He’s one of the best route runners in the league; he makes these unbelievable contested catches,” Allen said.

Remaining April free agents left for Bills to consider

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Most attention has turned to the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft at the end of April. But that doesn’t mean the free agent market has closed. Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane recently spoke to reporters and admitted much of his attention is now on rookies.

Bills valued Diggs’ experience over adding receiver in draft

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

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