Sirles and Long to Host Dinner for Flood Relief

Bills offensive linemen Jeremiah Sirles and Spencer Long will host a dinner for Nebraska flood relief. The natural disaster has caused widespread damage in the northern part of the state. The 2 linemen played college ball for the Cornhuskers and room there in the offseason. THE MEAL IS EXPECTED TO FEED UP TO 800. IT WILL SHOW SUPPORT FOR FIRST RESPONDERS AND FELLOW NEBRASKANS DISPLACED BY THE SPRING RUN OFF. SALUTING SIRLES AND LONG FOR THEIR CIVIC CONSCIENCE, WE STAND WITH THEM AS 1BUFFALO.

Terry and Kim Pegula seek sports betting at venues in New York State. The owners of the Bills and Sabres have hired an Albany consultant to lobby for wagering at stadiums and arenas. THE PROPOSAL HAS MET WITH LUKEWARM RESPONSE FROM GOVERNOR CUOMO. HE BELIEVES A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDEMENT WOULD BE REQUIRED FOR WAGERING OUTSIDE CASINOS. FOLLOWING THE DEBATE WITH GREAT INTEREST, WE PLACE OUR BETS AS 1BUFFALO.

Maurice Alexander will visit the Bills later this week. The defensive back has also played special teams. Drafted in the fourth round in 2014 by the Rams, he spent last season with the Seahawks. THE BILLS ARE LOOKING TO BOLSTER SPECIAL TEAMS. HEATH FARWELL WAS HIRED TO FIX THAT PROBLEM AREA. LOOKING FOR PROGRESS UNDER THE NEW COORDINATOR, WE ARE HOPEFUL AS 1BUFFALO.

Half way through the offseason, the Bills are poised to build for the future. They have made wise strategic deals for steady free agents without overpaying. They have 10 picks in next months college draft including 2 in the first round. PREPARATIONS ARE UNDERWAY FOR MINI CAMP IN APRIL. THE EMPHASIS IS ON BUILDING A VIABLE SUPPORTING CAST FOR QUARTERBACK JOSH ALLEN. THE REVAMPING OF THE OFFENSIVE LINE WILL RESULT IN BETTER PROTECTION. SATISFIED WITH THE STEADY LEADERSHIP OF COACH McDERMOTT AND BRANDON BEANE, WE AWAIT THE NEXT INSTALLMENT AS 1BUFFALO.

The Bills have 33 million in salary cap remaining. They have drawn down over 45 million of their reserve in the first week of free agency. 11 veterans have been signed. THE BILLS WILL LIKELY RETAIN 10 MILLION FOR DRAFT SELECTIONS. THAT LEAVES AROUND 20 MILLION FOR ADDITIONAL FREE AGENT DEALS. HOPING BRANDON BEANE HAS CHOSEN WISELY, WE LOOK FOR RETURN ON INVESTMENT AS 1BUFFALO.

Tackle LaAdrian Waddle has signed a one year deal with the Bills. He most recently played 4 seasons with the Patriots. He earlier was with the Lions under our new offensive line coach Bobby Johnson. THE BILLS HAVE REMADE THE LINE THROUGH FREE AGENCY. THE ONLY RETURNING STARTER IS LEFT TACKLE DION DAWKINS. LOOKING FOR THE NEW SQUAD TO PROTECT JOSH ALLEN AND GIVE HIM TIME TO THROW, WE NOD APPROVINGLY AS 1BUFFALO.

The Bills Mafia greeted new players at the airport with chicken wings. The welcome by diehard fans was appreciated by the free agents who were introduced yesterday. Brandon Beane dismissed gripes of others who do not want to play here. He mentioned Antonio Brown who reportedly was turned off by negative image of the city. BILLS FANS ARE AMONG THE MOST LOYAL AND ENTHUSIASTIC IN THE LEAGUE. THE GAME DAY EXPERIENCE IS SECOND TO NONE. CELEBRATING ALL THAT THE TEAM MEANS TO OUR COMMUNITY, WE LOCK ARMS AS 1BUFFALO.

The Bills have made solid progress thus far through free agency. Brandon Beanes strategy of plugging roster holes will pay dividends. He has dealt for steady reliable talent. He has refrained from overpaying for name players. THE BILLS ARE BETTER POSITIONED AFTER THIS WEEKS MANEUVERS. THERE IS NOW A CREDIBLE SUPPORTING CAST AROUND QB SENSATION JOSH ALLEN. MORE SIGNINGS WILL BE FORTHCOMING THROUGH NEXT MONTHS DRAFT. SALUTING THE GENERAL MANAGER AS HE BUILDS A PLAYOFF CONTENDER, WE CLOSE RANKS AS 1BUFFALO.

The Bills have added punt returner Andre Roberts to special teams. The Pro Bowler was most recently with division rival Jets. He lead the league last year in kickoff yards returned. SPECIAL TEAMS HAVE BEEN A MAJOR PROBLEM. SEAN McDERMOTT OPENLY COMPLAINED ABOUT THEIR PERFORMANCE. COACH DANNY CROSSMAN WAS REPLACED BY HEATH FARWELL. THE ROSTER SHUFFLING CONTINUES. THE MOST PRESSING NEED IS FOR A VETERAN WIDE RECEIVER. NOTING THE PROGRESS WITH FREE AGENCY UNDERWAY, WE LOOK FOR THE NEXT SIGNING AS 1BUFFALO.

Center Mitch Morse has been acquired in free agency from the Chiefs. His 4 year deal is for a reported 11 million per year. THE CONTRACT MAKES MORSE ONE OF THE HIGHEST PAID OFFENSIVE LINEMEN IN THE LEAGUE. THE BILLS ARE TAKING A MAJOR CHANCE, GIVEN HIS HISTORY OF CONCUSSIONS. HE SPENT PART OF LAST SEASON ON INJURED RESERVE. QUESTIONING THE WISDOM OF THIS PACT, WE ARE JUSTIFIABLY DOUBTFUL AS 1BUFFALO.


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