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One year after his passing, Bills announce plans for Ralph Wilson statue


So much has happened over the course of one year for the Buffalo Bills franchise, but none of it could have happened without team founder and owner Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. having brought the franchise to the area as part of the American Football League. At the one-year mark of his passing, the Bills announced that a statue will be built in Wilson's honor outside the stadium that bears his name. Details inside.

Details of Charles Clay's contract with Bills


The Buffalo Bills successfully acquired the apple of their free agent eye and officially have tight end Charles Clay as a member of the roster. It's the first time the Bills addressed the position in a significant manner in quite some time, and now the full details of the contract have become available. Head inside to read all about it!

NFL first: Bills-Jags London tilt to be available digitally


For the first time in franchise history, the Buffalo Bills will be playing a game in Europe. That won't be the only 'first,' for the National Football League, either. Details inside!

NFL suspends blackout policy for 2015


The National Football League blackout policy for local television has been on that has met much criticism for quite some time. If a team did not sell out a home game by a certain point of the week, the game would not be eligible to be televised locally. For 2015, at least, that much has changed. Details inside.

Bills get their man: Dolphins will not match offer for TE Clay


When the Buffalo Bills signed tight end Charles Clay to an offer sheet, the Miami Dolphins had until Sunday at midnight (into Monday) to declare if they were going to match the contract. Instead, the Dolphins chose to move on way ahead of the deadline. Details inside!

LIVE at the NFL Combine: Day 4


Who's ready for some quarterbacks? Everyone's favorite day at the NFL Combine is here, with the offensive skill players taking center stage at Lucas Oil Stadium. Check in with WGR's Joe Buscaglia, who is on scene in Indianapolis, by reading along with his live blog!

Bills' McKelvin out indefinitely with fractured ankle


In the middle of one of his most productive seasons in his career, Buffalo Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin might not see the field again in 2014. During the first half of the Bills' 22-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins, Leodis McKelvin suffered a fractured ankle and could not return. Details inside!

Bills' Pegula reveals desire for new stadium


The sale of the Buffalo Bills is complete and Terry and Kim Pegula ensured the safety of the franchise in western New York with their $1.4 billion purchase. It was only a matter of time before they were asked about their plans for a new stadium. Pegula provided the answer that everyone had been waiting for. Details inside!

Robey's time takes a hit: Bills' playtime percentages vs. San Diego


The Buffalo Bills followed up a dominant Week Two victory over Miami with a performance that left much to be desired. The Bills dropped to 2-1 on the season after Sunday’s 22-10 loss to the San Diego Chargers at Ralph Wilson Stadium. As the game we

Bills' Gilmore questionable, Watkins probable vs. Bears


The Buffalo Bills open up their regular season on Sunday in Chicago against one of the best wide receiver tandems in the National Football League. And, according to the definitions of designations that teams give to injured players, their top cornerback has a 50-percent chance of missing the game. Full injury details are inside!
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