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AFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
5-1-0 11-6-0
3-3-0 10-7-0
4-2-0 9-8-0
0-6-0 4-13-0

Top Bills News

  • Bills' Zack Moss: Making noise at camp

    Teammate Devin Singletary recently said Moss has been "looking good" in training camp and is "getting back to himself" after a disappointing 2021, Dom Tibbetts of WKBW reports.

    Singletary implies that Moss had a tough time coming back from ankle surgery after his 2020 rookie season, helping to explain the loss of production (and role) last year. There's more competition for playing time after the Bills used a second-round pick on potential passing-down back James Cook, but it's possible Moss could earn a role of his own and force a three-way committee to start the season. ESPN's Alaina Getzenberg believes Moss is "trending toward" having a role in the Bills offense under new coordinator Ken Dorsey.

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  • Bills' Khalil Shakir: Strong start to training camp

    Shakir had a strong weekend of practice, taking advantage of extra opportunities with veterans Jamison Crowder and Jake Kumerow (undisclosed) sidelined by injuries, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.

    Crowder is making progress and expected to practice in some capacity this week, potentially pushing Isaiah McKenzie back to more second-team work. Shakir, a rookie fifth-round pick, has mostly worked with the backups this summer, but he could have a Week 1 role as the fourth or fifth receiver.

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  • Bills' Micah Hyde: Moves past minor injury

    Hyde suited up for practice Monday after sitting out Saturday's session with a hip injury, Alaina Getzenberg of reports.

    The Bills have a loaded secondary and one of the league's better defenses, but it's the safety tandem of Hyde and Jordan Poyer that makes the engine run, and replacing either at any point in 2022 would be a tricky proposition. It looks like the team dodged a bullet, as Hyde's injury appears to be quickly behind him.

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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Returning to practice

    Crowder, who had been dealing with what coach Sean McDermott referred to as "soreness" and "tightness," will practice Monday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

    Now that Crowder is in line to resume practicing, he'll look to secure a role in the Bills' wide receiver corps, which is slated to feature Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis out wide, with Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie in the mix to handle slot duties and 2022 fifth-rounder Khalil Shakir also contending for snaps.

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  • Bills' Jordan Miller: Heading to contender

    Miller signed with the Bills on Saturday.

    Miller was a fifth-round pick by the Falcons in 2019 and has seen modest action in stints with Atlanta and New Orleans. He'll have to try to prove himself quickly before the Bills get some of their regular secondary members back from injury.

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  • Bills' Micah Hyde: Labeled day-to-day

    Coach Sean McDermott said Saturday that Hyde (hip) is day-to-day, Alaina Getzenberg of reports.

    Hyde is watching Saturday's training camp session from the side after having been carted to the locker room due to an apparent hip injury Friday. The Bills have yet to disclose the details of Hyde's injury, but it appears that the team will take a somewhat cautious approach to the standout safety's recovery.

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  • Bills' Micah Hyde: Suffers injury at practice

    Hyde went down with an apparent injury at practice Friday, Alaina Getzenberg of reports. Per Getzenberg, the injury is to Hyde's hip or glute, but its severity has yet to be determined.

    He was taken to the locker room on a cart shortly afterward. The Bills will hope for a friendly diagnosis, but if Hyde misses extended time, Damar Hamlin would be the presumed next man up.

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  • Bills' Tommy Doyle: Seeing first-team reps

    Doyle has been active in training camp after recovering from an undisclosed injury that kept him out of mandatory minicamp in June, Sal Maiorana of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports.

    Doyle has worked with Buffalo's first-string offense while filling in for offensive tackle Spencer Brown, who missed the first four practices of training camp with an undisclosed injury. The 24-year-old Doyle played 11 games for the Bills during his 2021 rookie season, and he figures to serve a similar backup role once Brown returns.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Player on the rise

    Davis continues to stand out during training camp, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Said offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey on Tuesday: "Great mentally, as smart as any receiver I've been around, and works his tail off. So I think that's why you see that trajectory with him continue to get better and better and better each year because he's never complacent."

    Davis served as the No. 4 wide receiver for most of last season, but with Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley not in the mix for 2022, he's now a clear-cut No. 2 alongside star receiver Stefon Diggs. If Davis sees a lot of single coverage, he's going to be able to put up strong numbers all season. He also has a nose for the end zone with 13 TD catches over his first two regular seasons, and that's not including the four-TD game he posted in the gut-wrenching loss to the Chiefs in last season's playoffs. Davis has jumped way up in draft rankings all summer, and rightfully so, but we'll at least spread one word of caution to go with all the good news -- the Bills have plenty of other weapons (Dawson Knox, Devin Singletary, rookie James Cook, Josh Allen's running ability, etc.) and have the potential to be playing from ahead in a number of games. You'll want to target Davis if your league isn't quite up to speed on his third-year potential, but don't feel bad about letting him go if someone slots him way too high.

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  • Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Impressive showing in training camp

    McKenzie's growth as a route runner has stood out during Buffalo's first four training camp practices while he sees extra reps in place of injured veteran wideout Jamison Crowder (undisclosed), Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.

    McKenzie saw limited opportunities as the Bills' fifth-leading receiver last year, hauling in 20 of 26 targets for 178 yards and one score over 15 regular-season games. However, his production included a breakout Week 16 game against the Patriots in which the 5-foot-8 wideout caught 11 passes for 125 yards and his lone touchdown of the campaign. With slot receiver Cole Beasley no longer on the team, McKenzie's head-turning performance thus far in training camp could catapult him ahead of Crowder, who is currently day-to-day with general soreness.

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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Misses Tuesday's practice

    Kumerow did not practice Tuesday due to soreness, Sal Capaccio of WGR 550 reports.

    This doesn't sound like a major concern, though Kumerow will be in a heated battle to make the team since only the top two WR spots appear to be locked up and there are currently 9-10 wideouts with a legit shot to make the final roster.

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  • Bills' Jamison Crowder: Dealing with soreness

    Crowder (undisclosed) will not practice Tuesday due to soreness, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports.

    Coach Sean McDermott considers Crowder "day-to-day." The veteran slot specialist has now missed two consecutive practices, but there's not yet any indication that he's dealing with a potential long-term issue. As long as Crowder remains sidelined it will mean increased opportunities for other wideouts to handle reps behind Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis, including Isaiah McKenzie and rookie fifth-round pick Khalil Shakir. Crowder is said to be competing with McKenzie for the key starting role in the slot.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 129.9
Def. 109.8


Player Injury
T. White CB Tre'Davious White CB Knee - ACL
R. Saffold OG Rodger Saffold OG Ribs
J. Kumerow WR Jake Kumerow WR General Soreness
E. Ankou DT Eli Ankou DT Calf
I. Boettger OG Ike Boettger OG Achilles

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