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Bills Links, 3/14: Buffalo remains active heading into free agency

Star Lotulelei and Rafael Bush will join the Bills.

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With free agency set to officially begin on Wednesday, the Buffalo Bills have been very active during the legal tampering window. While the day was highlighted by Kyle Williams agreeing to a one-year deal, it was defensive tackle Star Lotulelei that was the most exciting move of the day. Williams and Lotulelei will anchor the Bills defensive line, and should be a formidable duo for the 2018 season.

Today’s addition of the Bills Links also includes information on the signing of Rafael Bush, Matt Moore, trade rumors and much more.

6 things to know about new Buffalo Bills DT Star Lotulelei |
The Bills added a big name to their defensive line this week.

6 things to know about new Buffalo Bills safety Rafael Bush |
Bush will serve as depth for the Bills at safety.

Buffalo Bills react to DT Kyle Williams re-signing with the team |
The heart and soul of Buffalo's defense will return in 2018.

Report: Bills retain all four of their Exclusive Rights Free Agents | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The Buffalo Bills have retained all four of their Exclusive Rights Free Agents.

The John Murphy Show March 13 -
Kyle Williams joined show after agreeing to a new contract.

Bills free agency approach: Value, work ethic, fit -
GM Brandon Beane appreciates talent as much as any other NFL personnel executive, but it's not the end all, be all when the Bills finalize their free agent targets.

Would Matt Moore’s Bills connections make him a fit with the team? | Bills Wire
The Buffalo Bills are in the market for a bridge quarterback. Could Matt Moore fit that mold with his experience and ties to Buffalo?

Report: Bills will look to move into top 5 of draft in next few weeks | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The Bills moved up to the 12 pick on Monday.

Buffalo Bills re-up with Kyle Williams for one more year - Buffalo, NY
The Buffalo Bills had hoped all along that their leader from the 2017 season, defensive tackle Kyle Williams, would return to them for at least one more season.