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  1. McDermott believes Bills' No. 2 receiver is on roster
    Bills head coach Sean McDermott said he thought the team's No. 2 receiver was currently on the roster. "Who that is remains to be seen," he said at the Annual League Meeting.
  2. Roundup: Holmes signs with Bills; Patton visits Jets
    The Buffalo Bills are adding to their sparse receiving corps. Buffalo officially signed former Raiders wide receiver Andre Holmes on Saturday to a deal worth $6.5 million over three years.
  3. Bills bring back Lorenzo Alexander on two-year deal
    Lorenzo Alexander recorded an out-of-the-blue, late-career gem of a season in 2016. The Bills believe he can do it again. The pass rusher is returning to Western New York on a two-year pact.
  4. Bills sign ex-Packers DB Micah Hyde to five-year deal
    The Buffalo Bills have signed safety Micah Hyde to a five-year, $30 million deal with $14 million in guarantees, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
  5. Bills keeping Tyrod Taylor on restructured contract
    The Tyrod Taylor experiment in Buffalo will indeed live to see another season. The Bills are retaining Taylor on a restructured contract, the team announced Wednesday.
  6. Lorenzo Alexander out to prove he's not a 'one-hit wonder'
    Lorenzo Alexander knows he's seen as a "one-hit wonder" after a breakout year at age 33 -- but he's determined to give someone their money's worth in free agency. Michael Silver tells his story.
  7. Bills cut Dan Carpenter, Nickell Robey-Coleman, others
    The Buffalo Bills cut five players ahead of free agency, which begins Thursday. Among those released were kicker Dan Carpenter and cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman.
  8. Doug Marrone expresses regret over Buffalo Bills exit
    It's been two years since Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone opted out of his contract with the Buffalo Bills. Now that he's had time to reflect, Marrone said he has his fair share of regrets.
  9. McDermott: Bills keeping options open on Tyrod Taylor
    The Buffalo Bills are keeping their options open regarding the future of quarterback Tyrod Taylor, new coach Sean McDermott said Wednesday at the NFL Scouting Combine.
  10. Better chance Bills keep Tyrod Taylor than release him
    Tyrod Taylor's recovery from offseason groin surgery is going as expected and it appears the quarterback is closer to returning to the Buffalo Bills in 2017 rather than being released by the team.
  11. 'Real possibility' Tyrod Taylor open to altered contract
    NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Friday that there is a "very real possibility" Tyrod Taylor will be amenable to altering his salary-cap number as long as it doesn't involve a pay cut.
  12. Tyrod Taylor: New deal is 'sitting-and-waiting game'
    Tyrod Taylor's unceremonious finish to 2016 was the bow on top of what became a peculiar campaign for the Buffalo Bills. He wants to stay in western New York, but will the Bills have him?
  13. Could Cowboys trade Tony Romo to Chiefs?
    The Cowboys will spend the bulk of its offseason deciding what to do with former starting quarterback Tony Romo. Might they have a trade partner in Kansas City?
  14. Bills announce departure of Rex Ryan holdovers
    The Bills' coaching change was a somewhat disjointed process, but it's finally starting to come together. After hiring Sean McDermott, Buffalo has made the departure of assistants still on staff official.