Due to the sudden change in schedule for the Buffalo Bills last week, the team took to the field on Thanksgiving Day for practice in preparation of the upcoming game against Cleveland. For the second straight day, the Bills had to practice without three members of the active roster. Details inside!
The general rule of thumb for NFL players is to stay away from saying anything to reporters that would remotely be construed as inflammatory. Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson normally subscribes to that theory, but he found an acceptable exception and made one man public enemy number one on Sunday. See the must read quotes inside!
The Buffalo Bills proudly announced on Tuesday that last week's record-setting snowstorm would not prevent the team from playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday. Barely over a day later, the team announced that Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns has officially been declared a sellout.
The Buffalo Bills have used a three tight end set quite frequently over the past six games in an attempt to fuel the, at times, struggling rushing attack. If Wednesday's practice was any indication, the Bills may have to game plan without the three tight end set in their arsenal. Details inside!
As Buffalo Bills president Russ Brandon took the stage at the team’s Tuesday press conference, one could sense the relief in his voice with how the snow removal process had gone in recent days. “We will play the Browns at Ralph Wilson Stadium,” Brandon said succinctly. All details, including information on all the damage, are inside!