CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora suggests the Bills could trade C.J. Spiller before the season.
According to the Bills' official website, C.J. Spiller is likely to touch the ball 20 times per game "if the offense is operating at peak efficiency."
C.J. Spiller is expected to compete to be the Bills' kick returner this season.
The offensive coaches "seem eager" to expand the way in which C.J. Spiller will be used this season.
Bills.com's Chris Brown expects the team to "let the season play out" before entertaining an extension for C.J. Spiller.
C.J. Spiller declared himself fully recovered from last year's high ankle sprain at Bills OTAs.
WGR 550 Buffalo expects a "more defined and bigger role" for C.J. Spiller in 2014.
The Bills tried to trade up in the second round to select Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde.
C.J. Spiller said there's no timetable for when he expects to begin extension talks.
The Bills are considering a contract extension for C.J. Spiller.
Sources tell CSN Philly that the Eagles tried to trade for C.J. Spiller before dealing for Darren Sproles.
C.J. Spiller said his ankle has been "responding pretty well" since the season ended.
Former NFL scout Matt Williamson doesn't believe C.J. Spiller was ever truly healthy during the 2013 season.
C.J. Spiller blamed his Week 4 high-ankle sprain for his disappointing season.