Bills Bidders

Pegula : A Billion For Bills, Trump Also Submits Bid


(WBEN/AP) One day after initial non-binding bids for the Buffalo Bills were due, there are reports that Sabres Owner Terry Pegula entered one for over $1 billion on a team that the late Ralph WIlson paid only $25,000 for in 1959.
Bills Sale

Bills enter next chapter of sale: so what's next?


The Buffalo Bills are officially up for sale and prospective owners have until the end of business on Tuesday to declare their intentions to the team's hired legal and financial firms. So now that the first big day of the sale is here, what can fans expect next over the next few months? Head inside for an outline of what happens with the sale after Tuesday!
HOF Game

Does extra preseason game give Bills an edge in regular-season opener?



The Bills get an extra week of practice and an extra preseason game to get ready for 2014.  But does it mean a better chance to win opening weekend?  Look inside to find out.
Fights

Bills turn fiesty in rescheduled practice


Doug Marrone moved practice from 8 this morning until 6 at night and it worked. Had he kept it at 8, there would’ve been thunderstorms and heavy rain.
Day 8 Notes

Bills training camp observations: Day 8


It happens around this time every single year. Once the novelty of training camp begins to wear off and all the players have to deal with is constant communication and banter with their teammates, eventually a boiling point happens during one random practice. That happened on Monday night. Head inside for Joe Buscaglia's full notes from practice!