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Bills to begin conditioning April 6

The Bills announced the date for their first-round of voluntary workouts.  Head inside to learn more.

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.

Report: Bills/Steelers scrimmage halted; Browns potential replacement

A report from Pittsburgh states the Steelers and Bills will not hold join practices again in 2015.  Sources have indicated the Browns are a potential replacement opponent for the Bills.  Head inside to learn more.

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!

Report says Bills gave Harvin three-year deal: why it makes sense

The Buffalo Bills officially announced the signing of wide receiver Percy Harvin on Wednesday, in what was widely thought to be just a one-year contract worth $6 million. According to the latest report, Harvin will still make that much money for the 2015 season, but the deal he signed also helps the Bills with cap room in the short-term. WGR's Joe Buscaglia explains why it makes sense. Inside for more!

Percy Harvin, Bills officially sign on the dotted line

The Buffalo Bills made it a top priority to invest in -- and potentially fix -- an offense that left far too many yards and point on the field in 2014. They've made another move in that direction on Wednesday. Details inside!

Bills sign Charles Clay to offer sheet

A week after the free agency period opened in the National Football League, fans of the Buffalo Bills finally have gotten some resolution in regards to tight end Charles Clay. Well, at least for the time being. Details inside!

Refresher: where do things stand with Bills and Charles Clay?

Even though the free agency period is a little under a week old, to many it has felt as though the Charles Clay negotiations have dragged on for a month. Clay, the transition-tagged tight end of the Miami Dolphins, is the apple of the Buffalo Bills' free agent eye in 2015. Where does everything stand? Head inside as Joe Buscaglia recaps the madness with a look ahead.

Bills nab Harvin on reported 1-year, $6m deal

The way the Buffalo Bills talked publicly after head coach Rex Ryan was hired, and with the first few moves of the offseason, one would have been led to beleive that they would run the ball 80-percent of the time. The most recent, high profile signing by the team indicates that the passing attack will very much have a place in the offense. Details inside.

Bills re-sign DE Jarius Wynn

Word caught on that the Buffalo Bills had re-signed a pair of their own early in the week, and the team made the signing of the second of those players official on Saturday morning. Details inside.

Bills get to see Chandler twice; TE signs with Patriots

Former Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler won't be playing in the same city in 2015, but he'll certainly be playing in the same division. Details inside.

Spiller finds a home, signs with Saints

The wait for C.J. Spiller is over. The former Buffalo Bills first-round pick finally found a team and is off the free agent market. Details inside.

Report: Harvin to mull over whether he should even go on other visits

As soon as he was released by the New York Jets, the Buffalo Bills were hot on the trail of free agent wide receiver Percy Harvin. The Bills made sure that they were the first team to host Harvin for an official visit, and that exact scenario played out earlier in the week. The next bit of news is encouraging for the Bills. Details inside!

Bills, Kyle Williams agree to contract extension

Kyle Williams has spent the past nine years of life as a member of the Buffalo Bills. He liked it so much, that he's decided to extend his stay even longer.

Bills re-sign Easley, Wynn per report

The Buffalo Bills were much improved on special teams in 2014, and a large part of it was due to the work of Marcus Easley. The former fourth-round pick hit the market as an unrestricted free agent on Tuesday, but couldn't resist the thought of returning to the Bills. Details inside.

Bills officially sign QB Tyrod Taylor

It appears that Matt Cassel and EJ Manuel will have a third player that factors into the quarterback discussion. A new quarterback is officially in town. Details inside!
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