Player News - Bills

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Nathan Peterman trained with QB guru Tom House in California this offseason.

A former MLB pitcher, House is a master of throwing mechanics and has worked with many of the game's top quarterbacks including Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Carson Palmer and Alex Smith. Peterman endured a dismal debut, throwing five interceptions in his first career start last season. He's slated to back up A.J. McCarron in 2018, though it's a near-certainty that Buffalo will select a quarterback early in next week's draft.
Apr 17 - 1:38 PM

Coach Sean McDermott indicated the Bills have cleared the air with Zay Jones following his bizarre March arrest in Los Angeles.

After causing a bloody scene at his apartment complex, Jones was arrested for vandalism and an attempt to sue Jones was made by apartment ownership. The vandalism charges were dropped and the lawsuit was thrown out. The 37th overall pick in last year's draft, Jones logged a 27/316/2 receiving line as a rookie, averaging just 11.7 yards per reception with an abysmal 36.5 catch rate.
Apr 16 - 2:02 PM

Kelvin Benjamin (knee surgery) is participating in voluntary workouts.

Benjamin underwent knee surgery after the season. Participating in the workout portion of the offseason program does not mean he is back to 100 percent, but he appears to be close to full health at worst. Benjamin should be ready for OTAs.
Source: ESPN
Apr 16 - 10:31 AM

Bills re-signed TE Nick O'Leary to a one-year contract.

Buffalo also re-signed TE Logan Thomas, CB Lafayette Pitts, and DE Eddie Yarbrough to one-year deals. All four were exclusive rights free agents.
Apr 16 - 10:07 AM

Bills signed WR Jeremy Kerley to a one-year contract.

Kerley spent most of last season with the Jets before being waived following a four-game PED suspension in December. He will compete for a job in the slot as well as punt return duties. Buffalo also signed DT Tenny Palepoi to a one-year deal.
Apr 16 - 9:07 AM

ESPN's Mike Rodak reports Bills LG Richie Incognito is still retired.

Incognito has no plans to return for OTAs. He remains on the reserve/retired list. Incognito may have to repay some of his $1.2 million signing bonus if he isn't released.
Apr 14 - 2:19 PM

Bills LG Richie Incognito may report to the Bills' offseason program Monday.

Incognito announced his retirement less than a week ago but cryptically tweeted at Buffalo's Media Relations Department late Friday evening "See you Monday for off season program #madeyalook". The Bills would undoubtedly welcome him back with open arms since they will already be without LT Cordy Glenn and C Eric Woods on the left side of the line this upcoming season.
Apr 14 - 10:10 AM

Free agent DT Tenny Palepoi is visiting the Bills on Thursday.

Palepoi remains an early-down run stopper as he's graded out poorly at Pro Football Focus as a pass rusher the last two seasons. He would serve as depth behind new Bills DT Star Lotulelei, who signed a five-year, $50 million contract with the team in free agency. Palepoi will turn 28 in December.
Apr 12 - 5:09 PM

Ex-NFL RB Fred Jackson is working on a one-day contract to retire with the Bills.

Jackson participated in last July's Spring League Showcase, but he's given up on a comeback at age 37. One of the NFL's most versatile backs during his nine years in the league, Jackson topped 1,000 yards from scrimmage five times and retires with 354 career receptions. Jackson never did make a Pro Bowl.
Apr 12 - 12:03 AM

Bills LG Richie Incognito retired after 13 seasons in the NFL.

"I'm done. That's it," Incognito told's Vic Carucci. "My liver and kidneys are shutting down. The stress is killing me. It's just about doing what's right." Earlier Tuesday, Incognito reportedly told Peter King he was "strongly considering" retirement while discussing his deal with the Bills -- he took a pay cut last month -- but now he is officially calling it quits. It is another blow to Buffalo's offensive line after Eric Wood was forced to retire because of a neck injury earlier this offseason. Incognito went to four Pro Bowls and was one of the better guards in the game during his career, but his legacy will be marred by his involvement in the "Bullygate" scandal.
Apr 10 - 10:54 AM

Vontae Davis (thigh) expects to be fully cleared for offseason workouts.

Davis is recovering from November surgery. He was healthy enough to pass his physical and is on track for OTAs. Coming off an injured 2017, Buffalo is counting on a Davis rebound.
Apr 7 - 4:02 PM

Bills signed DE Terrence Fede, formerly of the Dolphins.

Fede, 26, played 171 rotational snaps for Miami last season but recorded no sacks. He's near the bottom of the depth chart at defensive end in Buffalo.
Apr 4 - 10:27 AM

Russell Bodine will compete with Ryan Groy for Buffalo's starting center job.

This isn't much of a competition. Bodine had a down contract year in Cincy but has started every game since 2014. He should easily hold off Groy as Eric Wood's replacement.
Mar 31 - 2:31 PM

Bills signed CB Phillip Gaines, formerly of the Chiefs. reports Gaines will compete in the slot. That's where Gaines primarily played in Kansas City, though he was amongst the league's worst defensive players. The Bills will be in trouble if Gaines ends up as one of their top three corners.
Mar 29 - 4:27 PM

Bills signed WR Kaelin Clay.

Clay opened 2017 with the Bills, catching one pass in four games before being snatched up off waivers by the Panthers. He should compete for the punt return job in camp.
Mar 29 - 12:00 PM

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