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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/26: Assessing Buffalo’s tight ends with Dawson Knox sidelined

Plus, taking a look at the state of the Bills at the bye week.

The Buffalo Bills suddenly have a short-term need at tight end with the news that starter Dawson Knox will miss “a few weeks” after undergoing surgery to repair a broken bone in his hand.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining what the Bills have in Tommy Sweeney and speculating on whether Buffalo should deal for tight end help to shore up the position.


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Assessing Buffalo’s tight ends with Dawson Knox sidelined

Dawson Knox was enjoying a career year...until he suffered a broken bone in his hand. The Bills starting tight end underwent surgery to repair the broken bone and is expected to be sidelined a few weeks. In the meantime, will general manager Brandon Beane look to acquire tight end help at the NFL’s trade deadline (Nov. 2)? And what does Tommy Sweeney bring to the position with Knox sidelined?

The state of the Bills at the bye

We discuss who Buffalo’s biggest breakthrough player has been, and who is the team’s unsung hero after seven weeks. We also put Josh Allen’s play under the microscope to see if he is relying on the deep ball too much this year, speculate on who could replace assistant head coach/defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier if he were to leave the team this offseason, assess whether defensive tackle Ed Oliver deserves to have his fifth-year option picked up, see where Buffalo checks in on the latest power rankings, and more.

Bills sign former UB tackle Evin Ksiezarczyk

Get to know Buffalo’s newest member of the practice squad, who played for the University at Buffalo from 2015-2019.

Odds and ends

We learn how Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is guiding Terry and Kim Pegula as they work on plans for a new stadium for the Bills, discuss the upcoming financial windfall coming towards the Bills from the anticipated next NFL TV contract, share how fans can make a donation in memory of offensive coordinator Brian Daboll’s late grandfather, and see where Bills great Eric Moulds checks in among the most underappreciated wideouts of all time.