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  1. Transactions roundup: Gerald Hodges signs Bills deal
    Former San Francisco 49ers linebacker Gerald Hodges culminated his nationwide tour of team facilities on Thursday, signing a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills.
  2. Cyrus Kouandjio released by Buffalo Bills
    Cyrus Kouandjio's time with the Buffalo Bills is over. The team released the offensive tackle on Wednesday, but the former second-round pick likely won't be on the free-agent market long.
  3. Whaley: Two first-rounders in 2018 a nice 'parting gift'
    Former Bills GM Doug Whaley didn't take any parting shots on his way out. Whaley said he enjoyed his stint working with head coach Sean McDermott and that it "wasn't uncomfortable at all."
  4. Reggie Ragland ready to 'eat' in new Bills defense
    Reggie Ragland, who was cleared by the Bills' medical staff a little more than a week ago, is returning to a completely different landscape -- and a 4-3 defense he's never operated in before.
  5. Bills hire Brian Gaine as VP of player personnel
    Less than one week after hiring new general manager Brandon Beane away from Carolina, Buffalo hired Texans director of player personnel Brian Gaine as its new vice president of player personnel.
  6. Bills GM Beane preaches 'open competition' at QB
    Tyrod Taylor is the best quarterback on the Buffalo Bills roster. That fact doesn't guarantee anything for the veteran signal-caller. New GM Brandon Beane is preaching competition at every position.
  7. Buffalo Bills hire Joe Schoen as assistant GM
    The man charged with building the Bills into a true contender has made his first big hire. Bills general manager Brandon Beane has hired Joe Schoen as Buffalo's new assistant general manager.
  8. Buffalo Bills name Brandon Beane general manager
    The Buffalo Bills have found the next leader of their front office. Former Carolina Panthers executive Brandon Beane has been named the Bills' new general manager.
  9. Bills decline to pick up WR Sammy Watkins' option
    The Bills will not be picking up wide receiver Sammy Watkins' fifth-year option, the team announced Tuesday. Watkins will make $3.138 million in 2017, the final year of his rookie deal.
  10. Roundup: Bills sign veteran CB Shareece Wright
    The Buffalo Bills added a veteran presence to a young cornerback corps. The team announced it signed corner Shareece Wright. The 30-year-old CB started nine games for the Baltimore Ravens in 2016.
  11. Buffalo Bills fire general manager Doug Whaley
    The Buffalo Bills have parted ways with general manager Doug Whaley after four seasons, the team announced Sunday. The decision comes hours after the 2017 NFL Draft.
  12. Bills draft Pitt QB Nathan Peterman in fifth round
    The Bills on Saturday grabbed Nathan Peterman out of Pittsburgh with the 171st pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. In Buffalo, Peterman will compete with Cardale Jones for the No. 2 spot behind locked-in starter Tyrod Taylor.
  13. Bills decline to match Patriots' offer for Mike Gillislee
    The New England Patriots officially poached another restricted free agent from the Bills. Buffalo declined to match the two-year, $6.4 million offer sheet for running back Mike Gillislee.