Tight end Dwayne Allen has worked out for the Bills. The 7 year veteran was released on Monday by the Patriots. He earlier was with the Colts. Detroit, Miami, and Baltimore are also reportedly interested. ALLEN HAS 20 CAREER TOUCHDOWNS. HE WOULD BE AN IMPORTANT ADDITION TO THE OFFENSE. JASON CROOM IS THE ONLY OTHER BILLS TIGHT END. SEEING THE WISDOM OF SIGNING AN EXPERIENCED PRO, WE WATCH AND WAIT AS 1BUFFALO.
Jordan Phillips has reportedly re-signed with the Bills. The defensive tackle was claimed off waivers last October. Drafted by Miami in the second round in 2015, the contract is for one year. THE SIGNING OF PHILLIPS CONTINUES BRANDON BEANES PERSONNEL MOVES. NOW THAT THE NFL COMBINE HAS CONCLUDED ATTENTION TURNS TO THE START OF FREE AGENCY. LOOKING FOR PLAYER SHUFFLING AS THE GM WHEELS AND DEALS, WE SUPPORT THE FRONT OFFICE AS 1BUFFALO.
Brandon Beane intends to use free agency to fill roster holes. He indicated there are no position emergencies. He sees the draft as the way to take the best available talent regardless of position. BEANE IS TO BE CREDITED FOR ELIMINATING THE BURDENSOME CONTRACTS OF THE FORMER REGIME. HE HAS AMASSED A FORMIDABLE RESERVE WITH WHICH TO DEAL. VIRTUALLY NO PLAYER WILL BE OUT OF REACH. SALUTING THE GENERAL MANAGER ON HIS WISE STARTEGY, WE UNITE AS 1BUFFALO.
The NFL has set the salary cap per team at 188 million this year. That represents a 10 million increase over 2018. The Bills have the fourth highest salary cap reserve at 80 million. Only the Colts, Jets, and Texans have larger war chests. BRANDON BEANES STRATEGY OF CLEARING OUT DEAD WEIGHT CONTRACTS HAS PAID DIVIDENDS. THE BILLS HAVE AMPLE ROOM WITH WHICH TO DEAL. LOOKING FOR INSPIRED SIGNINGS AT THE RIGHT PRICE, WE APPLAUD THE GENERAL MANAGER AS 1BUFFALO.
As the NFL Combine continues into the weekend the focus is on the Bills drafting needs. The number one priority is an elite wide receiver to whom Josh Allen can throw. That is followed by offensive and defensive linemen. The retirements of Richie Incognito, Eric Wood, and Kyle Williams have left holes in the line that are hard to fill. ACTION CONTINUES IN INDIANAPOLIS AS RECEIVERS AND QUARTERBACKS ARE SHOWCASED. THE COACHES AND FRONT OFFICE ARE DILIGENTLY EVALUATING PLAYER TALENT. LOOKING FOR INDICATIONS OF DRAFTING PREFERENCES, WE FOLLOW INTENTLY AS 1BUFFALO.
Brandon Beane spoke yesterday from the NFL Combine. The general manager indicated that the quarterback search was resolved last year with drafting Josh Allen. He also said that Robert Foster has emerged as a standout wide receiver. The signing of offensive lineman Spencer Long is the first of several personnel maneuvers he plans. He moreover predicted LeSean McCoy will play his final contract year with the Bills. BEANE IS THE ARCHITECT OF THE NEW ORDER. HE HAS BUILT A SUBSTANTIAL WAR CHEST OF SALARY CAP RESERVE WITH WHICH TO DEAL. ANTICIPATING A BUSY 2 MONTHS OF PLAYER JOCKEYING, WE CLOSE RANKS AS 1BUFFALO.
With the NFL Combine underway Sean McDermott spoke to the media yesterday. The coach stressed the need to score at least 21 points consistently, which the team has done in less than half his games here. He also cited the need to establish more of a running game on the ground. He addressed the tremendous leadership void left by the retirement of veteran defensive tackle Kyle Williams. THE COMBINE PREVIEWS THE BEST OF THIS YEARS COLLEGE TALENT. COACHES, SCOUTS, AND FRONT OFFICE BRASS GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL VIEWS OF THE AVAILABLE TALENT. LOOKING FOR MORE TAKEAWAYS WHEN BRANDON BEANE TALKS TO THE PRESS TODAY, WE LOOK FOR GREAT THINGS AS 1BUFFALO.
The Bills have hired Dennis Lock as Director of Football Research and Strategy. He most recently was with the front office in Miami, where he served under Joe Schoen, now the Bills Assistant General Manager. LOCK WILL USE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS TO PREDICT FUTURE PERFORMANCE ON THE FIELD. THE STRATEGY IS PART OF THE NEW AGE TRAINING PROGRAM INSTITUTED BY BRANDON BEANE. RECOGNIZING THE IMPORTANCE OF HIS WORK, WE WELCOME DENNIS TO TOWN AS 1BUFFALO.
The NFL Combine opens today. Bills coaches, scouts, and management will be on hand to survey this years standouts. The number one priority is a wide receiver. Other pressing needs are offensive and defensive linemen. THE COMBINE AFFORDS AN UPCLOSE OPPORTUNITY TO EVALUATE THE BEST IN CLASS. PLAYERS GO THROUGH DEMANDING REGIMENS AND INTERACTION WITH PROSPECTIVE SUITORS. LOOKING FOR A MESHING OF NEEDS AND PRIORITIES, WE FOLLOW WITH INTEREST AS 1BUFFALO.
The NFL Combine gets underway this week. 300 college standouts will converge on Indianapolis showcasing the best talent in this years class. The Combine will run from February 26 to March 4. THIS IS THE NFLs BIGGEST JOB INTERVIEW SESSION OF THE YEAR. PROSPECTS WILL GO THROUGH RIGOROUS WORKOUTS AND MEETINGS WITH INTERESTED TEAMS. THE BILLS FRONT OFFICE WILL BE THERE IN FORCE. LOOKING FOR A GOOD WEEK OF TRYOUTS IN ADVANCE OF THE APRIL DRAFT, WE WATCH OUR FAVORITES AS 1BUFFALO.