On Friday, the Buffalo Bills announced the hiring of Dan Morgan as the team’s new director of player personnel. Morgan spent that past seven season working for the Seattle Seahawks, after playing linebacker for seven seasons with the Carolina Panthers.
Today’s edition of the Bills Links also includes updates on Josh Allen, Harrison Phillips, and a closer look at the impact each rookie may have in 2018.
What Buffalo Bills GM Brandon Beane said about adding Dan Morgan to front office | NewYorkUpstate.com
Morgan joins the Bills after seven years with the Seahawks.
Who is Dan Morgan, Buffalo Bills director of player personnel? - Democrat & Chronicle
The former standout linebacker joins the Bills after starting in the Seattle Seahawks scouting department.
Buffalo Bills set to hire Dan Morgan away from Seahawks for front office role | NewYorkUpstate.com
Morgan has spent the last seven seasons with the Seahawks.
What are the Buffalo Bills getting in Josh Allen? Q&A with Wyoming writer Brandon Foster | NewYorkUpstate.com
Have the Bills found their franchise quarterback? We asked a Wyoming beat writer about the Bills' new quarterback.
What to expect from each of the Bills' 2018 draft picks | WGR 550 SportsRadio
"The Buffalo Bills will hold their 2018 rookie minicamp next week. While undrafted free agents, tryout players, and even some players who were on the practice squad last year will be a part of it, most eyes will be on the team’s eight draft picks."
Draft Recap | Round 3 Pick 96 - DT Harrison Phillips | Cover 1
Getting a closer look at the Bills newest defensive tackle.