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Buffalo Bills Links, 9/1: Analyzing Buffalo’s 53-man roster

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General manager Brandon Beane and the Buffalo Bills faced some difficult decisions in order to trim their roster to 53 players by Tuesday afternoon’s roster deadline.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by exploring the moves Buffalo made, which included cutting tight end Jacob Hollister, long snapper Reid Ferguson, cornerback Cam Lewis, linebacker Tyrell Adams, and quarterback Jake Fromm.

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Bills finalize 53-man roster

Analysis of Buffalo’s roster cut-down day decisions, which included releasing 23 players in order to get down to the 53-man roster. Among the topics covered: the Bills deciding to keep only two quarterbacks and only five cornerbacks while prioritizing the defensive line (11 players) and wide receiver room (seven players). We also discuss whether Jacob Hollister, Reid Ferguson, and cornerback Cam Lewis will return to the team, and more.

Bills planning a new 60,000-seat stadium by 2027

The latest news on Buffalo’s proposed 60,000-seat stadium, which the team is proposing will cost $1.4 billion and would be finished by 2027.

Odds and ends

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