|Apr 16 2018 - Eddie Yarbrough|
DE Eddie Yarbrough signed a contract with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced Monday. Yarbrough, 24, collected 34 tackles and one sack in 16 games last season.
|Apr 16 2018 - Lafayette Pitts|
CB Lafayette Pitts signed a contract with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced Monday. Pitts, 25, was claimed off waivers by the Bills in October and appeared in 10 games, mainly on special teams.
|Apr 16 2018 - Logan Thomas|
TE Logan Thomas signed a contract with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced Monday. Thomas, 26, had seven catches for 67 yards and a score in 12 games in 2017.
|Apr 16 2018 - Nick O'Leary|
TE Nick O'Leary signed a contract with the Buffalo Bills. O'Leary, 25, notched 22 receptions for 322 yards and two touchdowns in 15 games last season.
|Apr 16 2018 - Tenny Palepoi|
DT Tenny Palepoi signed a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced on Monday. Palepoi spent the last four seasons and recorded 53 tackles and one sack with the now-Los Angeles Chargers. The 27-year-old likely will provide a depth option behind Star Lotulelei and Kyle Williams.
|Apr 16 2018 - Jeremy Kerley|
WR Jeremy Kerley signed a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced on Monday. Kerley rejoins the AFC East after making two different stints with the New York Jets, who selected him with a fifth-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. The 29-year-old recorded 22 receptions for 217 yards and a touchdown in eight contests with the team last season after serving a four-game suspension due to a performance-enhancing drugs.
|Apr 15 2018 - Richie Incognito|
G Richie Incognito wants out of the contract he signed with the team in March. Last week, Incognito told reporters he planned to retire and the Bills placed him on the reserve/retired list two days later. Incognito wrote on Twitter Saturday that he wants the Bills to release him. "Please release me from my contract," Incognito wrote. "Contact Athletes First for further updates. Thank you for your service."
|Apr 12 2018 - Richie Incognito|
G Richie Incognito was placed on the reserve/retired list, the Buffalo Bills announced Thursday. The move comes two days after the four-time Pro Bowl selection told reporters he planned to retire after a 12-year career.
|Apr 10 2018 - Richie Incognito|
G Richie Incognito suggested that he has played his last snap in the NFL. "I'm done. That's it. It's been a long career," Incognito told the Buffalo News. "Went to the doctor. My liver and kidneys are shutting down. The stress is killing me. It's just about doing what's right. I just want to be in the Hall of Fame." On Tuesday, Incognito tweeted at the NFL Players Association: "I'm done." Incognito initially told Sports Illustrated's Peter King that he might come back "at the right price." Should retirement be the option, the 34-year-old Incognito would have to return the $1 million bonus he received after restructuring his contract.
|Apr 6 2018 - Vontae Davis|
CB Vontae Davis said his recovery is on track as he recovers from groin surgery. Davis, signed as a free agent last month, told the Buffalo News he will not be hindered when the team begins organized team activities on April 16.
|Apr 5 2018 - Richie Incognito|
G Guard Richie Incognito publicly severed ties with his agents on Thursday morning, mere weeks after he accepted a pay cut to remain with the Buffalo Bills. "@AthletesFirst You are Fired! I wish you guys nothing but the best moving forward. Thank you for all of your help and guidance along the way. It's time for me to go in a new direction," Incognito posted on Twitter.
|Mar 31 2018 - Zay Jones|
WR Zay Jones celebrated his 23rd birthday by offering thanks to all who helped him on the heels of a bizarre arrest in Los Angeles earlier this month. Jones said the following over social media on Friday afternoon in his first public comments since his arrest for felony vandalism on March 19: "Thankful to be alive. thankful for another year. more life."
|Mar 29 2018 - Phillip Gaines|
CB Phillip Gaines signed with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced Thursday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed for Gaines, who spent his first four seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs. Gaines suffered a dislocated elbow in the 2017 regular-season finale and was placed on injured reserve. He appeared in 14 games last season, making three starts, and had 30 tackles.
|Mar 29 2018 - Kaelin Clay|
WR Kaelin Clay is ready for his second stint with the Buffalo Bills. Clay signed a contract with the Bills, the team announced on Thursday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed for Clay, who is looking for a fresh start after splitting last season with the Bills and Carolina Panthers.
|Mar 23 2018 - Zay Jones|
WR Zay Jones will not face criminal charges after he was shown arguing with his brother while naked in a Los Angeles apartment building earlier this week. The Los Angeles County district attorney told TMZ Sports that there was insufficient evidence in the case against Jones, who was arrested after the disturbance in the apartment building. TMZ obtained a video from the incident that allegedly showed a naked Jones in a hallway pushing his brother, Cayleb, who is a wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings. The footage also showed what appeared to be blood smeared across walls.
|Mar 21 2018 - Zay Jones|
WR Zay Jones was arrested and charged with a felony vandalism charge following an incident at a Los Angeles apartment building, multiple media outlets reported. The incident also involved his brother, Vikings wide receiver Cayleb Jones. Los Angeles Police Dept. officers were called to a residential building after Zay Jones allegedly broke a window and glass door at an establishment, police said.
|Mar 20 2018 - Ramon Humber|
LB Ramon Humber agreed to terms with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced on Tuesday. Humber recorded a career-high 89 tackles and had a forced fumble in 13 games last season for the Bills. The 30-year-old Humber sustained a broken thumb during Buffalo's victory versus the Atlanta Falcons in Week 4. Then-rookie Matt Milano started in place of Humber, who returned after missing three games.
|Mar 14 2018 - AJ McCarron|
QB A.J. McCarron signed a two-year deal with the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday night. Terms of the deal were not released but the NFL Network reported McCarron will make at least $10 million with the possibility of making $6.5 million in incentives. McCarron appeared in 11 games for the Bengals as the backup to Andy Dalton, though he did start the final three games of the 2015 season and helped Cincinnati reach the playoffs when Dalton broke his thumb. McCarron completed 66.4 percent of his passes in seven appearances during the 2015 regular season and threw six touchdown passes. In his lone playoff start, he completed 23 of 41 passes for 212 yards, one touchdown and one interception in a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
|Mar 14 2018 - Trent Murphy|
LB Trent Murphy, who missed the 2017 season because of a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee, will sign with the Buffalo Bills multiple media outlets reported Wednesday. Murphy spent his first four seasons with the Redskins but missed last season after being hurt during the first quarter of a preseason game to the Baltimore Ravens. Murphy also was slated to miss the four games of 2017 after being suspended for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. The 27-year-old Murphy was Washington's second-round pick in 2014 from Stanford and recorded a career-high 9.5 sacks in 2016.
|Mar 12 2018 - Cordy Glenn|
OT Cordy Glenn will reportedly be traded by the Buffalo Bills to the Cincinnati Bengals, multiple media outlets reported Monday. According to Cincinnati.com, the Bills will receive the Bengals' first-round pick, which is No. 12 overall, while the Bengals will get either the No. 21 or No. 22 overall pick, both of which are held by the Bills. Trade agreements cannot be made official until Wednesday. Glenn, 28, played just six games due to foot and ankle injuries last season, but he has started 77 of the 78 games he has played since 2012. Glenn signed a five-year, $60 million contract with the Bills in May 2016, but that was before Brandon Beane became the Bills general manager and Sean McDermott became their head coach.
|Mar 6 2018 - Chris Ivory|
RB Chris Ivory has agreed to a two-year contract with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced on Tuesday. Financial terms were not disclosed by the team, but NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the deal is worth $5.5 million in base salary, with $3.25 million guaranteed in the first year. It can be worth up to $6 million, Rapoport reported.
|Mar 3 2018 - Vontae Davis|
CB Vontae Davis might not be at full speed for the team's first spring workouts.
Davis, who agreed to a one-year contract with the Bills earlier this week, told local media in Buffalo on Friday that he might have to ease into the offseason conditioning program while he continues to come back from groin surgery.
"Right now, I'm still rehabbing," said Davis, per the team's official website. "I was cleared two weeks ago. It's a process. I'm still doing a lot of strengthening work. I'm not sure about the spring, yet. I'll probably be limited, but right now I'm making progress in my rehab process.
"I'm back training. I'm cleared to do everything. It's just a process with the strengthening work and everything."
Davis was medically cleared last month following groin surgery that was performed late last season. He made 21 tackles in five games prior to being released by the Indianapolis Colts on Nov. 9.
|Feb 27 2018 - Chris Ivory|
RB Chris Ivory began his pursuit of finding a new employer by visiting with the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns this week, according to a published report. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Ivory visited with the Bills on Monday, four days after he was cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Ivory spent Tuesday with the Browns, per Rapoport.
|Feb 27 2018 - Vontae Davis|
CB Vontae Davis and the Buffalo Bills agreed to a one-year contract, the team announced. Davis also referenced his decision over social media on Monday, posting "#BillsMafia" on Twitter. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Davis' deal offers a $5 million base salary with $3.5 million guaranteed. The max he can earn is $8 million
|Feb 23 2018 - Chris Ivory|
RB Chris Ivory was released by the Jacksonville Jaguars after two seasons, the team announced on Friday. The move saves the Jaguars $3.6 million in cap room, per OverTheCap.com. Ivory recorded career highs in carries (247), rushing yards (1,070) and rushing touchdowns (seven) with the New York Jets in 2015, but averaged less than four yards per carry during his two seasons with the Jaguars.
|Feb 21 2018 - Vontae Davis|
CB Vontae Davis continued his trip of the Bay Area by meeting with the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday, one day after he visited the San Francisco 49ers. Davis' visit with the Raiders was reported by multiple media outlets on Wednesday. The Raiders could use depth at the position after cutting David Amerson, who since has latched on with the AFC West rival Kansas City Chiefs. Davis, who was named to the Pro Bowl in 2014 and 2015, became a free agent after the Indianapolis Colts released him during the 2017 season. The 29-year-old met with the Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns last week.
|Feb 20 2018 - Vontae Davis|
CB Vontae Davis was scheduled to meet with San Francisco on Tuesday, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter. Davis, who is the younger brother of former 49ers TE Vernon Davis, became a free agent after the Indianapolis Colts released him during the 2017 season. The 29-year-old met with Buffalo and Cleveland last week.
|Feb 16 2018 - Vontae Davis|
CB Vontae Davis, a two-time Pro Bowl selection released by the Indianapolis Colts on Nov. 9, has visited the Buffalo Bills and the Cleveland Browns, according to ESPN.
|Feb 15 2018 - AJ McCarron|
QB AJ McCarron won his grievance against the Cincinnati Bengals, according to multiple reports, which makes him an unrestricted free agent when the 2018 league year begins March 14. The grievance centered around whether the Bengals had a proper medical basis for putting McCarron on the non-football injury list to start the 2014 season. Bengals officials believed McCarron, a fifth-round draft choice out of Alabama in 2014, suffered a right shoulder injury while away from the team, and they placed him on the non-football injury list on July 21, 2014, keeping him out of training camp. On Aug. 30, he was placed on reserve/non-football injury, which meant he would miss at least the first six games of the season. McCarron argued that was an improper designation because he had passed his post-draft physical and had kept the Bengals informed of his medical situation. The ruling by the arbitrator makes 2014 count as an accrued season, thus giving McCarron the four years necessary to qualify for unrestricted free agency.
|Jan 31 2018 - Vontae Davis|
CB Vontae Davis reportedly has been cleared to play after having surgery, according to ESPN. Free agency begins March 14 but because Davis was released by the Colts in November, he can sign before the league year officially starts.
The Colts released Davis on Nov. 9 when he sought additional opinions and opted for season-ending surgery groin surgery. Davis dealt with a lingering groin injury throughout last season after getting hurt in preseason and the Colts attempted to deal the 29-year-old during the season before the trade deadline.
Indianapolis cut Davis five days after saying he was not making the trip with the team for a Week 9 game against the Houston Texans. The Colts said the decision was not injury-related.
|Jan 26 2018 - Eric Wood|
C Eric Wood announced on Friday that he will retire due to a neck injury. Wood posted on Twitter that he initially was diagnosed with the injury in his season-ending physical. Team doctor Andrew Cappuccino and other physicians said he will not be cleared to play football, regardless of whether he undergoes surgery or other treatment. "I appreciate and thank everyone for their thoughts, concerns and prayers, and I will shed more light on the situation at a press conference on Monday at the team facility," Wood wrote.
|Jan 26 2018 - Richie Incognito|
G Richie Incognito said he apologized and "hugged it out" with Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue when the two met earlier this week to clear the air after the latter accused him of using racial slurs in their Jan. 7 playoff game. "I saw him in the locker room (at the Pro Bowl), went up to him, said, 'Good to finally meet you.' I apologized for my part in this, and I said I hope we can get a drink here and I can get to know you better," Incognito told TheMMQB.com. "He was cool. We shook hands and hugged it out."
|Jan 24 2018 - Richie Incognito|
G Richie Incognito of to Buffalo Bills spoke with DE Yannick Ngakoue of the Jacksinville Jaguars about the racial slurs Ngakoue claimed Incognito used during their AFC wild-card game.
|Jan 14 2018 - Zay Jones|
WR Zay Jones will undergo surgery this week to repair a torn labrum that plagued his rookie season, his father told Bills Wire. Jones, a second-round pick out of East Carolina, where he set the NCAA record for career catches, caught 27 passes for 316 yards and two touchdowns this season.
|Jan 10 2018 - Kyle Williams|
DT Kyle Williams will be welcomed back ty the Bills if he wants to play in 2018, GM Grandson Beane said.
Williams is a free agent, soon to be 35 years old, who is contemplating his future. He might decide to retire, but he played a pivotal role on the team in 2017, not only on the field, according to Beane.
|Jan 10 2018 - TreDavious White|
CB Tre'Davious White had a brilliant rookie season and might become a possible multiple Pro-Bowl player in years to come.
|Jan 10 2018 - Jordan Poyer|
FS Jordan Poyer came to Buffalo as an unheralded free agent from Cleveland, coming off a serious injury in 2016.
All he did was become a starter from day one and was one of the most important and productive players on the Buffalo defense. He finished with 95 tackles, five interceptions, one fumble recovery, 13 passes defensed, and two sacks.
|Jan 10 2018 - Zay Jones|
WR Zay Jones, a second-round pick who set the all-time college football record for pass receptions, struggled mightily as a rookie and fell far below expectations.
He caught only 27 passes for 316 yards and two touchdowns, and had four games where he didn't catch a single pass.
|Jan 8 2018 - Charles Clay|
TE Charles Clay had three catches for 15 yards, playing on a sore hamstring that forced him to miss a few plays early.
|Jan 8 2018 - TreDavious White|
CB Tre'Davious White had to leave the game briefly in the third quarter due to cramps, but later returned.
|Jan 8 2018 - Micah Hyde|
SS Micah Hyde suffered a concussion in the third quarter and could not finish the game. He is in concussion protocol.
|Jan 8 2018 - LeSean McCoy|
RB LeSean McCoy played on a sprained ankle and rushed for 75 yards and caught six passes for 44 yards. He was the Bills' best player in the game.
|Jan 8 2018 - Kelvin Benjamin|
WR Kelvin Benjamin has been playing on an injured knee since he first hurt it on Nov. 19 in Los Angeles against the Chargers.
It was clear his effectiveness was hindered, but he expects to be fine after he undergoes surgery to repair the torn meniscus. Once the surgery is performed, he was told it would be a 4-to-6 week recovery period before he can start doing any rehab work. Given that timeline, he should be able to participate in the Bills' OTA sessions when they begin.
|Jan 8 2018 - Kyle Williams|
DT Kyle Williams wasn't ready to make any decisions about his future, especially in the wake of a playoff loss 24 hours earlier.
He said he will take some time, and will talk to the Bills, and his family, before he decides what he wants to do. He is a free agent when his contract expires in March.
|Jan 8 2018 - Lorenzo Alexander|
LB Lorenzo Alexander will be 35 years old in May, but during locker cleanout day, when he was asked about retirement, he said it was "not on my radar. I still got it."
Alexander probably played his best game of the season Sunday in the Bills' wild-card loss to the Jaguars. He was in on 10 tackles, had a sack, and one other tackle for loss.
|Jan 8 2018 - Richie Incognito|
G Richie Incognito was in the news Sunday night and Monday morning because Jacksonville defensive end Yannick Ngakoue accused of him of using racial slurs during the game.
Ngakoue tweeted three hours after the final gun: "Great win to day! And 64, you goin have to come harder than some weak racist slurs. I'm proud of my African heritage, as are 70% of the other Black players in this league. #Iaintjonathanmartin!" Incognito wears No. 64.
|Jan 7 2018 - LeSean McCoy|
RB LeSean McCoy gutted out an ankle injury sustained in the regular-season finale win over the Miami Dolphins. McCoy carried 19 times for 75 yards and caught six passes for 44 yards.
"I thought I played solid," McCoy said. "It wasn't 100 percent. It was different. When you're out there you don't think about it. Just a little pain though. It's not the reason we lost. We just didn't play well."
|Jan 7 2018 - Nick O'Leary|
TE Nick O'Leary, golf icon Jack Nicklaus' grandson, caught two passes for 22 yards.
|Jan 7 2018 - TreDavious White|
CB Tre'Davious White (cramps) left the playoff game.
|Jan 7 2018 - Micah Hyde|
S Micah Hyde (concussion) left the playoff game.