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WKBW’s Joe Buscaglia takes a stab at the Bills roster and OTAs begin today.

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Training camp is still over two months away, but that didn’t stop WKBW’s Joe Buscaglia from taking an early stab at the 53-man roster for the Buffalo Bills. You can find the latest from Buscaglia below along with updates on Cole Beasley, John Brown, Josh Allen, and much more as part of today’s Bills Links.


Joe B: A way too early Buffalo Bills 53-man roster projection - WKBW
One year ago to the day, 7ABC's Joe Buscaglia brought you his way, way too early Buffalo Bills 53-man roster projection for the 2018 season. To carry on the tradition, he's done it again for the 2019 season. Who makes the cut?

Prisco: Bills will contend for playoffs in 2019, win AFC East in 2020 | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The CBS Sports analyst likes what the Bills are doing.

Bills receiver Cole Beasley used to proving critics wrong – The Buffalo News
"When given an opportunity, Beasley repeatedly has shown throughout his football career that he makes the most of it." (Subscription required.)

Why Cole Beasley and John Brown are on the way to being Josh Allen’s new best friends – The Buffalo News
"Josh Allen wasted little time in showing his two newest receivers how excited he is to have them as teammates with the Buffalo Bills." (Subscription required.)

8 players to watch when Bills OTAs begin on Monday - BuffaloBills.com
John Murphy takes a look at eight key players he'll be tracking when the Bills hit the field for the start of their spring practices on Monday, May 20.

How much better can Josh Allen and the Bills’ offense be? An analytical breakdown heading into 2019 – The Athletic
If Buffalo is going to be a sleeper in the AFC playoff picture the way some are projecting, Allen’s development will be the key. (Subscription required.)

Why David Sills V is ready to finish plays instead of starting them - BuffaloBills.com
Bills undrafted free-agent wide receiver David Sills V started his football career as a quarterback prodigy and ended his college career as a record-setting wide receiver at West Virginia. Take a look at his unconventional path to the NFL.

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Revisiting Buffalo Bills’ 2019 NFL Draft predictions - Buffalo Rumblings
Not so long ago I made some analytics-based guesses on the 2019 NFL Draft. How’d they hold up?

2019 Buffalo Bills scouting report: defensive end Eli Harold - Buffalo Rumblings
The pass-rushing former third-round pick looks to crack Buffalo’s edge-rush rotation in 2019

Buffalo Bills to honor superfan Pancho Billa at home opener - Buffalo Rumblings
Billa died after a battle with pancreatic cancer this week.

Brandon Beane’s NFL Draft strategy might be all about specific players for the Buffalo Bills - Buffalo Rumblings
In a recent video released by the Buffalo Bills, we glean a rare glimpse of a GM at work, and Brandon Beane’s focus on specific players shines through

Billieve Podcast: 77: UDFAs, rookie minicamp, tight ends, remembering Pancho Billa - Buffalo Rumblings
This week, we spotlight undrafted rookie free agents who could shine, recap rookie minicamp, and remember Pancho Billa

2019 Buffalo Bills scouting report: center Russell Bodine - Buffalo Rumblings
Last year’s starter at center is now firmly on the roster bubble for 2019.

Buffalo Bills cornerback Taron Johnson’s suspect shoulder injury concern - Buffalo Rumblings
"However, impact players coming off injury as OTAs begin to churn the waters with speculation and fans hoping their star players will be ready. Cornerback Taron Johnson’s shoulder surgery is no exception."

Way-too-early 2020 NFL mock draft has Buffalo Bills taking a safety - Buffalo Rumblings
You think mock draft season is over? Think again.

2019 Buffalo Bills scouting report: tight end Jason Croom - Buffalo Rumblings
The lone holdover in the tight-end room faces some stiff competition for a roster spot.