The 2020 NFL Combine is officially underway, and in today’s edition of the links, we’ve got you covered with all of the relevant Buffalo Bills news from the league’s annual showcase in Indianapolis. We also identify whether the Bills should use pick No. 22 on a wide receiver, target free agents and rookies to help Josh Allen with his development, and take a look at the future of fullback Patrick DiMarco in Western New York.
Schedule changes bring NFL scouting combine to prime time – The Buffalo News
The NFL Network will have 26 hours of coverage over four days, from Thursday through Sunday, with a total of 337 draft prospects invited to the event.
A look at 10 players for Bills fans to watch at NFL combine – The Buffalo News
Lots of intriguing names for Buffalo fans to be on the lookout for at the NFL Scouting Combine.
NFL Scouting Combine has new drills, fewer player interview periods - The Democrat & Chronicle -
When teams arrive for the NFL Scouting Combine this week, they will see players performing several new drills.
Do Buffalo Bills need to draft WR in Round 1 for immediate impact player? Here’s what Daniel Jeremiah said - newyorkupstate.com
Jeremiah held a conference call ahead of this year's combine to talk about 2020 NFL Draft prospects.
NFL Network’s Jeremiah says it’s a good idea for Bills to wait on a receiver – The Buffalo News
“When you look at Buffalo and the direction they could go, I think finding an edge rusher, finding another corner, interior offensive line, that wouldn’t be a bad way to go early,” Jeremiah said.
Which free agents, rookies can help Bills’ Josh Allen? Should players be OK with new CBA terms? (Video) - newyorkupstate.com
Bills beat reporters Matt Parrino (Syracuse.com) and Marcel Louis-Jacques (ESPN) discuss various offseason topics on 55-minute video podcast.
5 wide receivers the Bills can draft to fit Josh Allen’s skill set – The Athletic
A receiver who can add yards after the catch should be at the top of the Bills' draft board. (Subscription required).
Bills’ preseason games moving to WIVB-TV – The Buffalo News
Local broadcasts of Buffalo Bills preseason games are moving to WIVB-TV as part of a multiyear partnership, the station announced Friday.
Bills Mailbag: Decisions on Cody Ford, Quinton Spain create ripple effect for Bills’ draft – The Buffalo News
Welcome, Bills fans, to our pre-NFL Combine Bills Mailbag.
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Five offensive players set to dominate the 2020 NFL Combine - Buffalo Rumblings
These five should have strong weeks.
Five defenders poised to blow up at the 2020 NFL Combine - Buffalo Rumblings
These five should have great workouts in Indianapolis.
Nick & Nolan: 2020 NFL Combine testing for size and strength - Buffalo Rumblings
Size and strength thresholds.
Nick & Nolan: NFL Combine testing for speed, explosion, and agility - Buffalo Rumblings
Speed, explosion, and agility.
Fan opinion: What should the Bills do at fullback this offseason with Patrick DiMarco? - Buffalo Rumblings
Do the Bills still need one?
Contract projection for Buffalo Bills fullback Patrick DiMarco - Buffalo Rumblings
DiMarco is entering the final year of his deal.
WIVB becomes new home for Bills preseason games, team shows - Buffalo Rumblings
A big local change is happening.
Buffalo Bills going to let DT Jordan Phillips test 2020 free agency, per report - Buffalo Rumblings
Not a surprise at all here.
Recapping all of the Buffalo Bills’ 2019 trades - Buffalo Rumblings
Brandon Beane worked some magic once again in 2019.
NFL Combine drills and how the 2019 Bills’ draft class performed - Buffalo Rumblings
Did Brandon Beane pick athletic freaks?