Schedule Released: It's time to make your fall plans as the NFL officially released the NFL schedule tonight after leaks throughout the day. The Bills will being the season on the road in Baltimore before coming home week 2 to face Anthony Lynn and the Los Angeles Chargers. They will play in primetime only once and it will be a home game against the Patriots on Monday Night Football on October 29th. They will then host the Bears the next Sunday. All other games are scheduled for 1pm at this time. The most intriguing road matchup of the season is the game in Green Bay and it will not be played in the frozen tundra as it will be on September 30th. The Bills will be on the road in five of the first seven weeks of the season. According to research done by Mike Rodak it is the first time this has happened in team history and the first time in the NFL since the 1990 Bengals. Rodak did further research and found out only 17 times in NFL history a team started with five road games in seven weeks. They will only play at home on Sunday at 1pm twice before November. They will play four division games out of five December games ending the season against Miami for a second year in a row, this time it is at home. Schedule Page.
Bills To Host Primetime Game: Schedule leaks are coming fast and furious this afternoon. It is being reported that the Bills will have only one primetime game this year and it will be at home against the Patriots on Monday night October 29th. They will travel to Foxboro on December 23rd. They are also reportedly playing the Jets in New Jersey on Nov. 11th at 1pm and hosting them on Dec. 9th at 1pm. They are also reportedly closing the season once again against Miami but this time at home. They reportedly host Chicago on November 4th and travel to Green Bay on September 30th. The full schedule will be out at 8pm.
Schedule Release Night: The NFL releases the schedule tonight at 8pm. Shortly afterwards we will have our schedule page up. We will also have our usual schedule box on the right side of our home page. Rumors and game dates will leak out throughout the day. We will try to retweet out the ones involving the Bills.
Wednesday April 18, 2018
Fred To Retire A Bill: Fred Jackson will officially retire from the NFL today as a member of the Buffalo Bills. He will sign a one day contract that the league does so longtime players can retire as a member of the team they played the most for. Jackson had a fantastic career as an underrated running back from Marv Levy's alma mater of Coe College, to the arena 2 league, to NFL Europe before being one of the best backs in team history. The Wall of Fame is likely in his future as well. Congrats to one of the all time favorites of Bills Mafia.
Tuesday April 17, 2018
Capi Released: The Bills have a glut at defensive end and have released Cap Capi from the roster. He was on the practice squad much of last season but was called up for the final month and did appear in the final four games. Depth Chart.
Monday April 16, 2018
Pre-Draft Presser: Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott held the annual pre-draft press conference today and as is always the case with these things, they didn't say anything of consequence. The first question was about Richie Incognito, Beane wouldn't say anything except that he is on the reserved/retired list and if he wants to come back he has to get approval from the commissioner. McDermott said that the players showed up for the offseason program in shape and ready to go. On the draft, Beane said that every team needs a franchise quarterback but hedged his bet saying that the draft could be successful if they don't draft one. He did say that their board is very close to being set and they are looking a players that are grouped closely together to rank them. They are also very close to ranking the order of the top QBs in the draft class as well.
Bills Sign Two: The Bills added two depth players as they being their offseason program. They have signed WR Jeremy Kerley and DT Tenny Palepoi to one year contracts. Kerley is coming off his second stint with the Jets and served a four game suspension last year for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Palepoi played with Star Lotelelei in college and was an undrafted free agent who spent his first four years in San Diego. The team also announced that their four exclusive rights free agents signed their tenders. Lafayette Pitts, Eddie Yarbrough, Nick O'Leary, and Logan Thomas are now signed. In other news, Richie Incognito remains retired as he was a no show at the voluntary workout. Depth Chart.
Offseason Conditioning Program Begins: The roots for the 2018 season begins today as the Bills begin their offseason conditioning program. Not much happens on the field in phase one of the program but it will be interesting to see who is there and who isn't. Would it surprise anyone if Richie Incognito showed up? Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott are expected to address the media at 1pm but don't expect any breaking news to come out of it as everyone is very coy leading up to the draft.
Sunday April 15, 2018
Incognito Drama: Richie Incognito contiues to cause drama with his tweets. Here's a quick recap. First he signed a new contract taking a pay cut but received a signing bonus. Then he fired his agent presumably unhappy with his pay cut. Then he suddenly retired citing health reasons. Then he tweeted that he would see the Bills at the start of organized team activities tomorrow. Finally, he tweeted that he wants the Bills to release him and contact the agent he supposedly fired. Get all that? Richie wants his cake and eat it to. He wants the Bills to cut him so he can keep his signing bonus and then try to find a better deal elsewhere. Why would he take the paycut then? He could have forced the Bills hand by not agreeing to the paycut and then he would have probably got his release. Strange times for Richie. Stay tuned.
Saturday April 14, 2018
Kelly Out Of Hospital: Jim Kelly is out of the hospital after two and a half weeks. The doctors are optimistic he will have a normal life moving forward. At this point he count chew but they expect normal eating habits to return. He will need follow up procedures and will stay in New York City for the next two weeks but he is on the long, painful road to recovery.