Bills OC Greg Roman insists E.J. Manuel's roster spot is secure.
Sources tell WKBW Buffalo that the Bills are willing to cut E.J. Manuel if he doesn't show serious progress this summer.
The Buffalo News' Vic Carucci believes E.J. Manuel has a realistic chance to open the season as the Bills' starting quarterback.
WKBW Buffalo's Joe Buscaglia gives E.J. Manuel just a 30 percent chance of winning the Bills' starting quarterback job.
Coach Rex Ryan confirmed the Bills will have an open competition at quarterback.
Speaking on NFL Network, free agent C.J. Spiller says E.J. Manuel is too "buddy-buddy" with his teammates and needs to be more assertive.
Coach Rex Ryan said he's "excited" about E.J. Manuel.
New Bills OC Greg Roman said he'll give E.J. Manuel "a very clean slate" as they head into the offseason.
New coach Rex Ryan conceded that the Bills' quarterback situation is "unresolved."
Bills GM Doug Whaley has spoken in "glowing terms" about E.J. Manuel during head-coaching interviews and wants the new coach to "make the progress in developing Manuel."
Speaking Monday, GM Doug Whaley declined to endorse E.J. Manuel as the Bills' franchise quarterback.
Coach Doug Marrone said "right now" he's not considering going back to E.J. Manuel.
The Bills have benched E.J. Manuel for Kyle Orton.
E.J. Manuel completed 21-of-44 passes for 225 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in Sunday's Week 4 loss to the Texans.