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Hackett, other Bills assistants to be "evaluated" over coming days

The Buffalo Bills wrapped up the 2014 season over the weekend and with the yearly locker cleanout on Monday, but they haven't closed the book on the results from the year just yet. Will there be any changes to the coaching staff? Head coach Doug Marrone addressed that on Monday. Details inside.

Is EJ Manuel a franchise QB? Bills: To be determined

As of 10 am on Monday, December 29, 2014, Kyle Orton was officially a player of the past for the Buffalo Bills. The team’s starter of the final 12 games informed the Bills of his intentions to retire from the National Football League, leaving the Bills only with EJ Manuel as a viable option to start in 2015. Is he a franchise quarterback in the team's eyes? Their answer is inside.

Bills brass had no idea of Orton'€™s retirement intentions until Monday

As long as Kyle Orton exercised the player option, fans of the Buffalo Bills thought they had at least two starting options at quarterback heading into the 2015 season. The morning wasn’t even over and the news dropped that Kyle Orton informed the Bills of his retirement from the National Football League, shocking many after he started the final 12 games of the season. Not even the team knew, either. Details inside!

Bills' Spiller: I know what my value is

After the team's victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday, the Buffalo Bills have shifted into offseason mode. Soon, just like everywhere else in the NFL, the Bills will have to make key decisions for both the short and longterm for their roster. One of those will be about running back C.J. Spiller. Details inside, as he cleaned out his locker with the rest of his teammates!

Kyle Orton tells the Bills he's retiring

The offseason for the Buffalo Bills was barely 10 hours old, and then, the first bomb was dropped. At 10:03 am, an announcement was made to the media that implied the Bills would have a new man under center to start the 2015. Details inside!

Observations: Bills 17 - Patriots 9

For the first time in franchise history, the Buffalo Bills defeated the New England Patriots within the confines of Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The Bills came away with the 17-9 victory and secured the first winning season for the organization since 2004. But that isn't the focus coming from Sunday. What should be drawn from all the rumors heading into a crucial offseason? WGR's Joe Buscaglia brings you his weekly observations.

Bills' Brandon addresses Polian, tension rumors

Leading up to the regular season finale of the 2014 Buffalo Bills season, speculation was rampant among some national outlets of what the franchise could do to shake up the front office in the offeseason. Names have been thrown around, and Bills Team President Russ Brandon addressed it after the win over the Patriots. Head inside for the full transcript!

5 things to watch for during Bills - Patriots

When the clock ticked down in Oakland last weekend, it removed the last gasp of air the Buffalo Bills had for their playoff chances. Now, like almost every year since the 15-season playoff drought started, the Bills have only one game to go before they shift into offseason mode. What can you expect from Sunday's game? WGR's Joe Buscaglia brings you his weekly preview!

Bills rule Gilmore, Dareus as doubtful vs. Patriots

Sixty minutes is all that separates the Buffalo Bills from the 15th straight season without a postseason birth, and there’s a chance they’ll have to go into the final foray without two of the team’s best young players. For the second straight practice, defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and cornerback Stephon Gilmore did not participate due to injuries. Details inside!
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