BUFFALO— Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane would theoretically consider cutting an unvaccinated player if it meant the team being able to lift NFL COVID-19 protocols restricting in-person team meetings.

From his end-of-season press conference, when he lamented the Bills’ inability to generate persistent pressure on Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes in the AFC Championship Game, it was clear general manager Brandon Beane was in the market for a pass rusher.

If there was any question the Buffalo Bills prioritized the defensive end/edge rusher position, it was answered at 9:19 Friday night.

BUFFALO — With Josh Allen having solidified his future at quarterback, the Buffalo Bills turned to upgrading their defense by selecting Miami edge rusher Greg Rousseau with the 30th pick in the NFL draft Thursday night.

BUFFALO — Brandon Beane hopes he becomes accustomed to picking at the back of the pack in the NFL draft for years to come following the Bills’ breakthrough season.

BUFFALO — With a revised stadium feasibility study in hand, the Buffalo Bills are preparing to open discussions with state and local governments to determine whether to renovate the current facility or build a new home either near the existing suburban site or downtown.

Well, four days into NFL free agency, the Bills have been more active than might have been expected for a team up against the salary cap. They re-signed six of their own, adding four from other teams – two of whom create inherent questions – and making one trade.

ORCHARD PARK — The Buffalo Bills agreed to sign offensive lineman Daryl Williams to a three-year contract on Friday, days before the starter was eligible to become a free agent.

When it comes to Tremaine Edmunds, Buffalo Bills fans seem to be in one of two camps: Give the young linebacker time to develop or Brandon Beane missed on the draft pick at No. 16 back in 2018.

BUFFALO — Buffalo Bills center Mitch Morse agreed to take a $2 million pay cut to secure his spot on the roster and help the team free up much-needed space under the salary cap, a person with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Tuesday.

TEMPE, Ariz. — J.J. Watt has agreed to a two-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals, showing that the franchise will be aggressive once again in their push to snap a five-year playoff drought.

BUFFALO — Starting linebacker Matt Milano will explore free agency next month because of Buffalo’s salary-cap constraints, a person with direct knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Friday.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This NFL season marks the 30th anniversary of the Bills’ first-ever Super Bowl appearance. After the 1990 campaign, the Bills and Giants qualified for game XXV at Tampa. Come Sunday, the Chiefs and Buccaneers will play Super Bowl XLV in that same Florida city, but this time a…

(Editor’s note: This is the third of a three-part series on Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, from the paper that covered him during his time at Wyoming)

(Editor's note: This is the second of a three-part series on Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, from the paper that covered him during his time at Wyoming)

(Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series on Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, from the paper that covered him during his time at Wyoming)