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Buffalo Bills Links, 9/2: GM Brandon Beane on tough roster decisions

Plus, get to know Buffalo’s practice squad players.

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Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane had some tough calls to make leading up to Tuesday afternoon’s roster cut-down deadline. Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off with Beane sharing his thoughts on what made this year’s deadline different than past seasons.

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GM Brandon Beane discusses roster decisions, expectations

With the most talent top to bottom that he’s ever had during his tenure as Buffalo’s general manager, Brandon Beane shares how Buffalo’s 53-man roster came together, and how the Bills are preparing to deal with the lofty expectations this year.

Bills re-sign Reid Ferguson, make practice squad signings

After cut-down day, Beane brought back 15 players to Buffalo’s practice squad, led by quarterbacks Jake Fromm and Davis Webb, cornerbacks Cam Lewis and Rachad Wildgoose, and wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins.

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

We discuss how second-year wide receiver Gabriel Davis has become an integral weapon in Brian Daboll’s offense, ask whether All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen will take any steps backwards following his breakthrough 2020 campaign, see where NFL front office executives rank the Bills among the AFC’s best, find out which Bills returned to the practice field Wednesday, and more!