Today’s edition of the Buffalo Bills Links has all of the information from this weekend, including the impact of the trade between the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts. There is also plenty of discussion on the Bills newest additions, Tre’Davious White earning high praise, and a free agent visit from Russell Bodine.
Today’s links also includes a closer look at Lamar Jackson, and how he could be a fit for the Buffalo Bills. Check back with Buffalo Rumblings throughout the day for all of your Bills news and updates.
Bills early free agent additions fortify defensive line - BuffaloBills.com
Buffalo's front office took two big steps in strengthening their defensive line with proven players who can either stop the run or rush the passer.
Bills Today: Beane calls Cordy Glenn trade a win-win - BuffaloBills.com
Here's the Bills news of note for March 19th.
CAPACCIO: Jets trade up may impact price and urgency for the Bills | WGR 550 SportsRadio The Jets now have the third overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
2018 NFL Draft: What Jets-Colts trade means for Buffalo Bills | NewYorkUpstate.com
Brandon Beane's job just got a little harder.
What the media is saying about the Jets trade in regards to the Buffalo Bills | NewYorkUpstate.com
Brandon Beane may have to leapfrog the Jets, but it won't be easy.
5 Reasons Lamar Jackson is the Bills' Target in the Draft | Cover 1
Taking a closer look at Lamar Jackson for the Bills.
FA Weekly Recap and Look Ahead | Locked On Bills
Kevin Massare and special guest Kevin French discuss the first week of NFL free agency.
Richard Sherman has high praise for Buffalo Bills cornerback Tre'Davious White | NewYorkUpstate.com
Richard Sherman called White a beast based on his rookie season.
Star Lotulelei landed in perfect spot with Buffalo Bills, says ESPN Insider | NewYorkUpstate.com
Lotulelei addresses a big need in Buffalo and knows the defense well.
Buffalo Bills reportedly hosting free-agent C Russell Bodine | NewYorkUpstate.com
Bodine spent the first four seasons of his NFL career with the Bengals.