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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/24: Moves Bills could make at trade deadline

Will Buffalo shore up its secondary, or add another tight end or running back?

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The Buffalo Bills enter their bye week with a 4-2 record and a comfortable lead in the AFC East. The Bills sit in fourth place in the AFC following their 34-31 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football, and despite their impressive showing during a recent four-game winning streak, there are still areas where the Bills need to improve.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining several moves general manager Brandon Beane could make leading up to the Nov. 2 NFL trade deadline to make his team better down the stretch.

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Potential moves to make at the trade deadline

General manager Brandon Beane has never been one to shy away from making a deal to improve his team. With this year’s Bills expected to contend for that elusive Super Bowl championship, we discuss several moves Beane could make to bolster the Bills for the stretch run, ranging from Denver Broncos cornerback Kyle Fuller, interior offensive linemen like Andrew Norwell of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Will Hernandez of the New York Giants, to tight ends like the New York Giants’ Evan Engram and the Atlanta Falcons’ Hayden Hurst.

What we’ve learned about the Bills so far

Left tackle Dion Dawkins could use the bye week to rest up as he continues to recover from COVID-19. Plus, how defenses are showing more respect to Josh Allen and the high-octane Bills offense, how, despite his fast start, why wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders is staying humble and driven, and important facts for Bills fans to know heading into the bye week.

Odds and ends

We get an update on how long the Bills are expected to be without dynamic tight end Dawson Knox, and discuss why longtime Bills fans should have a say in the future home of the Bills new stadium.