All eyes will be on the Buffalo Bills quarterback competition this off-season, and Nathan Peterman could be the early leader for the job. It is obviously way too early to tell, but there will be plenty of conversation around the position in the coming months. Today’s links also include coverage of Harrison Phillips, Star Lotulelei, Reid Ferguson, and much more.
Can Nathan Peterman win the Bills' starting quarterback job? Some buzz is building - CBSSports.com
Peterman is in a battle with AJ McCarron and Josh Allen for the Bills' starting job
OBL 6/18: Chris Brown/Thurman Thomas host, Reid Ferguson/Colton Schmidt on World Cup, Reiss on Pats - BuffaloBills.com
Bills Insider Chris Brown and HOF RB Thurman Thomas discussed the biggest factors in the new team culture.
5 players who will help Bills ‘win today and win tomorrow’ | Bills Wire
Here are five Buffalo Bills who will help the Buffalo Bills win both today and in the future.
Bills' Dawkins thinks the new offensive line is coming together | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The starting left tackle for the Bills can't wait for training camp.
Buffalo Bills' Harrison Phillips, Star Lotulelei to spark defensive turnaround - Cover 1
The Buffalo Bills were intent on revamping their defensive line during the 2018 NFL offseason after struggles last year. The addition of Star Lotulelei, Harrison Phillips and Trent Murphy make the Bills downfirst scary to read.
Bills Roundtable: 4 opinions on the top free agents in team history - BuffaloBills.com
In advance of the premiere of ‘Top 10 free agents in Bills history, One Bills Live co-host John Murphy and Bills Insider Chris Brown analyze the some of the top signings in Bills history.
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Plays that defined 2017: Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots - Buffalo Rumblings
A review of the 2017 season and the plays that defined each game.
AFC East Roundup: minicamp edition - Buffalo Rumblings
There were plenty of things to watch in the division.
2018 Buffalo Bills scouting report: safety Jordan Poyer - Buffalo Rumblings
The second-year Bill was a revelation in 2017. Can he repeat his success this year?