Posts Tagged ‘Buffalo Bills’

Brandon Beane donates $20k to COVID-19 relief efforts; launches contest

Monday, April 6th, 2020

In addition to the donation, Beane has volunteered to help spearhead a contest for Bills fan with the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County. The goal is to “raise awareness for the recently established WNY COVID-19 Community Response Fund, in a unique and engaging way. So what is up for grabs for Bills Mafia if any member is one of the seven winners selected?

Buffalo Bills: Did they overpay for cornerback Josh Norman?

Monday, April 6th, 2020

The first free agent the Buffalo Bills signed this offseason was cornerback Josh Norman. The question now is did they overpay? The Buffalo Bills front office has been rather aggressive this offseason and added plenty of talent at key position groups.

Report: Bills not pursing Cam Newton

Monday, April 6th, 2020

The idea of Josh Allen having Cam Newton as his backup took another hit in the span of a few days this week. Late last week, Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane gave his post-free agency update and briefly discussed his former quarterback with the Panthers. He made it sound like a team with a vacant QB spot is a better fit.

England coach Southgate agrees to 30% pay cut

Monday, April 6th, 2020

Dutch national team players, the country’s national soccer association and the sport’s main sponsor will contribute to an 11 million euro ($12 million) fund to support clubs in the Netherlands during the coronavirus pandemic. The Dutch soccer association says players on the men’s and women’s national teams are contributing to the fund to help amateur clubs that have been closed across the country.

The Latest: Mbappe, others send support to health workers

Monday, April 6th, 2020

World Cup champion France has sent support to hospital workers engaged in the fight against the coronavirus. Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba were among the stars in a video released by the French soccer federation expressing their gratitude to the country's under-pressure health workers. Mbappe says "we sing and clap for you."

Bills Wire 4-round mock-draft 2.0, post-free agency

Monday, April 6th, 2020

Editor Nick Wojton, along with staff writers Justin DiLoro, McKenna Middlebrook, Kyle Silagyi, and Matt Johnson, make their predictions for Buffalo’s picks in this edition of The Bills Wire staff four-round mock draft: Nick’s Pick: DE Julian Okwara | Notre Dame The Bills saw Devin Singletary take the NFL by storm last year and they shouldn’t forget one thing: he was a third-round pick. The Bills don’t need to reach here for a back.

Coronavirus: Bills offer draft prize for fans donating to fund

Monday, April 6th, 2020

Those donating to a local coronavirus fund will go into a prize draw to win Buffalo Bills-related prizes.

Why it makes no sense for the Bills to trade up into the first round

Monday, April 6th, 2020

Without a first-round pick, Buffalo Bills fans have lost some of their zest for the 2020 NFL Draft (while simultaneously watching some sweet Stefon Diggs highlights). They’ve turned to speculating about a few different topics, including the possibility of trading back into the first round. That’s not going to happen.

2020 NFL Draft: 6 DEs for Bills to consider in second round

Monday, April 6th, 2020

Luckily, the Bills do not have a glaring need on their roster, making this year’s draft quite intriguing. Buffalo’s front office, led by general manager Brandon Beane, can go in a multitude of directions with the pick, leaving quite a bit of interest and uncertainty with whom the Bills could select. This is the third piece in a series exploring realistic options who could be on the draft board when the Bills pick in the second round.

Buffalo Bills plan to sit out the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft

Monday, April 6th, 2020

Speaking with reporters in a remote press conference last week, general manager Brandon Beane shared his thoughts about how the Diggs trade recalibrated Buffalo’s draft strategy. Beane was candid about the process that led the Bills to opt into their trade, especially giving up their first-round pick. Ever looming, the coronavirus’s impact on the practice calendar (and Buffalo’s ability to prepare rookies to play) could not be ignored.