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AFC East
New Era Field
Head Coach
Sean McDermott
Offensive Coordinator
Brian Daboll
Defensive Coordinator
Leslie Frazier
Special Teams Coach
Heath Farwell
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Stefon Diggs Listed Among 2019's Top Pass-Catchers

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught just 63 passes in his final season with the Vikings, but he had a yards-per-reception rate of 17.9 on his way to 1,130 total yards. Diggs' catch rate of 67 percent wasn't as high as the top performers on NFL.com's Nick Shook's list, but Diggs had a plus-10.7 percent catch-rate difference by winning press challenges at the line of scrimmage. He was pressed on 42 percent of his routes run and had just 2.5 yards of separation on average. Most of Diggs' success in the Vikings aerial attack came in single coverage, and that could continue in his new home with Cole Beasley and John Brown helping to take some attention away from him. Diggs has home run potential when he catches the ball, but targets might be hard to come by from a QB that has been erratic in his young career. Consider Diggs more of a low-end WR2 in his first season in Buffalo.

Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs Working Out Together

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs have gathered in Florida this week to work out together. Allen and backup Matt Barkley threw to rookies Isaiah Hodgins, Gabriel Davis and Zack Moss in California earlier this month. It's the first time that Allen and Diggs have met since the Bills acquired Diggs from the Vikings in March. Others present in Florida include quarterback Jake Fromm, receivers John Brown, Robert Foster, Cole Beasley, Isaiah McKenzie and Nick Easley, running back Devin Singletary and tight ends Dawson Knox, Tommy Sweeney, Nate Becker and Jason Croom. Allen has the weapons around him to take another leap in 2020 if he develops as a passer, giving him top-five QB upside. Diggs' ceiling depends on how much Allen improves with deep-ball accuracy, making him a midrange WR2.

4 days ago
Ed Oliver To Take Part In Virtual Program

Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Ed Oliver, who was arrested on Saturday night in Houston on misdemeanor DWI and weapon charges, is still taking part in the team's virtual offseason program, according to a league source. The Bills will let Oliver's legal process play out. The former No. 9 overall pick in 2019 had a solid rookie season in 2019, recording 43 tackles (24 solo), five tackles for loss, eight QB hits, five sacks and a forced fumble in 16 games (seven starts). The Bills stout defense could take a hit in the trenches to open the season if Oliver is handed a suspension by the league.

15 days ago
Bills Defensive Tackle Ed Oliver Arrested

Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Ed Oliver was arrested on Saturday night in his hometown of Houston. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and unlawfully carrying a weapon. Both charges are considered misdemeanors, according to the jail's website. These sort of charges could result in anything from a two to six game suspension for the upcoming season. Oliver is coming off a solid rookie campaign where he recorded 43 tackles and five sacks last season. Losing the former No. 9 overall pick from 2019 would hurt, but we'll wait and see what happens.

16 days ago
A.J. Epenesa Could Make Trent Murphy Expendable

Buffalo Bills rookie defensive end A.J. Epenesa, who was drafted in the second round, could have a short learning curve in the NFL and might wind up splitting snaps immediately in a rotation with Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison on Buffalo's defensive line. Epenesa's presence makes defensive end Trent Murphy a potential cut or trade candidate in training camp. Quinton Jefferson was also brought in this offseason at a suddenly deep position for the Bills. Murphy had 36 tackles (24 solo), nine tackles for loss, nine QB hits, five sacks, one interception, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in 16 games last year.

21 days ago