While the Buffalo Bills and their fans are focused on Sunday’s home showdown with the Cincinnati Bengals in the Divisional Round of the AFC playoffs, today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks leads off by discussing Thursday’s news that the Bills will be one of the featured teams playing overseas in London during the 2023 season.
Bills heading overseas to play in London in 2023
The NFL has been committed to spreading its game overseas, ramping up the number of games played on international soil.
On Thursday, the Bills were named as one of the five teams that will play an international game during the 2023 season, with Buffalo having one of its scheduled nine home games shifting to London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Bills last played in London in 2015, losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
- Buffalo Bills to play in London next season - Buffalo News
- Bills going international, to play in London in 2023 - WGR 550
- Buffalo Bills to play home game in London in 2023 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - newyorkupstate.com
- Bills to play in London next season, NFL announces - Democrat & Chronicle
- Buffalo Bills to play in London during 2023 NFL regular season - BuffaloBills.com
- NFL announces 5 teams to play home games abroad in 2023 - ESPN.com
- Bills heading back overseas to play in London next season | News 4 Buffalo
- NFL announces 5 teams that will play games in Europe next season: Who is making the trip? - The Athletic (subscription required)
Bills nearly fully healthy heading into Divisional Round
During Thursday’s practice, defensive tackles Jordan Phillips (shoulder) and DaQuan Jones (calf) were both limited for a second consecutive day, while cornerback Dane Jackson (knee) was a full participant and safety Jordan Poyer (knee/veteran rest day) sat out practice. Every other member of the Bills participated in the session in some capacity.
- Bills’ injury report: Safety Jordan Poyer does not practice Thursday; Dane Jackson up to full - Buffalo News
- Phillips, Jones limited again; Jackson a full participant - WGR 550
Damar Hamlin faces ‘lengthy recovery’
Safety Damar Hamlin has made remarkable progress since suffering a traumatic on-field injury that led to a cardiac arrest incident in Week 17. On Thursday, a family spokesman said Hamlin still faces a “lengthy recovery” as he recovers from his injury.
- Bills’ Damar Hamlin still faces ‘lengthy recovery,’ spokesman says - ESPN.com
- Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin faces long recovery, family says - newyorkupstate.com
- Bills’ Hamlin faces long recovery, family spokesman says | News 4 Buffalo
- Bills' Hamlin faces long recovery, family spokesman tells AP | AP News
- Damar Hamlin: Buffalo Bills safety still faces 'lengthy recovery' spokesman said | CNN
- Bills' Damar Hamlin faces 'lengthy recovery,' spokesman says - USA Today
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- Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen ‘at his calmest’ as playoff pressure mounts - Buffalo News
- Are Josh Allen’s turnovers going to haunt the Buffalo Bills? - Buffalo Bills Blog- ESPN
- Untold tales on the making of Bills star Josh Allen - ESPN.com
- Tremaine Edmunds having his best season yet, but future with Bills is unclear - Democrat & Chronicle
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