In today’s edition of the Buffalo Bills links, Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly shares why he feels the 2020 Bills bringing in Stefon Diggs reminds him of when his Bills added James Lofton before the 1989 season as the missing piece for their run to four straight Super Bowls. We continue to hand out grades following the initial wave of free agency, examine why the Bills possess the best group of receivers in the AFC, address the re-signing of versatile receiver Isaiah McKenzie, and discuss why, despite opposition from the owners, the NFL Draft will go on as scheduled (for now) amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Jim Kelly compares Stefon Diggs’ addition to Buffalo Bills’ Super Bowl squad adding James Lofton - newyorkupstate.com
Kelly believes Diggs could put Buffalo’s offense over the top in 2020.
2020 NFL free agency grades for AFC East: Bills making a run at the division while Patriots watch Tom Brady walk - CBSSports.com
The AFC East is going to look a lot different in 2020.
Bills Today | Where does NFL.com rank the Bills after their free agency moves? - BuffaloBills.com
Here are three things to know about the Bills for Wednesday, March 24.
Buffalo Bills own arguably the best receiving unit in entire AFC (National media free agency grades) - newyorkupstate.com
There is still plenty of talent available in free agency, but here’s a look at how the Bills have graded out to date.
Javon Hargrave said Bills showed interest before he signed with Eagles – The Buffalo News
The Bills were among the teams that showed interest in the former Pittsburgh Steelers' lineman.
Bills agree to terms with wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The Buffalo Bills have come to terms on a one-year deal with wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie.
5 thoughts and a grade on Buffalo Bills re-signing WR Isaiah McKenzie - newyorkupstate.com
The Bills did not tender Isaiah McKenzie as a RFA, but they re-signed him on Tuesday.
Bills bring back wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie – The Buffalo News
The Buffalo Bills kept one of their own Tuesday, re-signing the versatile McKenzie.
Isaiah McKenzie agrees to terms with Bills - BuffaloBills.com
The Bills now have nine receivers on the roster for 2020.
Robbie Anderson leaves Jets | Bills bring back one of their own | Cam Newton make sense for Patriots? (AFC East Roundup) - newyorkupstate.com
Isaiah McKenzie returns, Robbie Anderson’s departure depletes New York Jets’ wide receiving corps.
Which specific draft picks did the Bills give up and get in Stefon Diggs trade? – The Buffalo News
Following the acquisition of wide receiver Stefon Diggs in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings last week, the Buffalo Bills’ collection of draft picks has a new look.
Introducing The Athletic’s inaugural Buffalo Hall of Fame – The Athletic
The Athletic’s writers utilized a snake draft format to select the most impactful figures in Buffalo sports history. (Subscription required).
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Despite objections from general managers, 2020 NFL Draft will proceed as scheduled (for now) - Buffalo Rumblings
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NFL announces closure of all facilities around the country amid coronavirus concerns - Buffalo Rumblings
Staying open was creating an unfair advantage.
NFL halting physicals by team doctors until coronavirus concerns subside - Buffalo Rumblings
NFL doctors have put an end to it.
Q&A: Buffalo Bills free agency, roster locks, needs - Buffalo Rumblings
A whole lotta info this week.
Contract details for Buffalo Bills free-agent addition Quinton Jefferson - Buffalo Rumblings
Jefferson gets a bunch of money in 2020, but he's not guaranteed to be on the roster in the fall.
Blitzed Bills: AFC East for the taking - Buffalo Rumblings
The guys talk about how wide open the AFC East looks now.
Report: Buffalo Bills re-sign wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie - Buffalo Rumblings
The restricted free agent comes back to Buffalo.
Injury analysis: returning Buffalo Bills RB Taiwan Jones history with Houston Texans - Buffalo Rumblings
Will his second stint be better than his first?