NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell joined One Bills Live on September 24, 2021. He discussed the recent success of the Bills pass rush, why Matt Milano is so important to the defense, the balanced attack with the offense, Josh Allen's play through two weeks, and how the Bills matchup against Washington this weekend.
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Kim Pegula and Maddy Glab sit down for this exclusive interview with All-Pro WR Stefon Diggs in the latest Bills Pod Squad! He gives his first impressions of playing in front of Bills Mafia, being named a captain by his teammates and his plans for his post-playing career. The trio also talk about their Bills Mafia interactions and Kim and Stefon talk about what it’s like being night owls plus much more.
Bills cornerback, Taron Johnson spoke to the media following practice on Thursday. Topics included: the elevation of his game this season, players that he’s studied to learn the nickel cornerback position, and his sack against the Miami Dolphins.
Safety Micah Hyde addressed the media after practice topics include; his impressions of the WFT offense, halftime adjustments, and how much has CB Taron Johnson grown in his time with the Bills.
Bills wide receiver, Emmanuel Sanders spoke to the media on Thursday following practice. Topics included: his foundation initiatives in Buffalo, his block on running back Devin Singletary's 46-yard touchdown run against the Miami Dolphins, and his chemistry development with Bills quarterback, Josh Allen.
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Bills Safety Jordan Poyer meets with the media following practice Wednesday at One Bills Drive. Topics Include: Facing Washington QB Taylor Heinicke in his third career start, how a successful pass rush helps the secondary, and continuing momentum coming off of a shutout win over Miami.
Bills QB Josh Allen meets with the media following practice Wednesday at One Bills Drive. Topics Include: His progression to start the 2021 season and focusing on his development, facing a talented Washington defensive line, and finding more balance on offense with the run game.
Bills Defensive End A.J. Epenesa meets with the media following practice Wednesday at One Bills Drive. Topics Include: How his conditioning and work on his body has helped him so far this season, the confidence that he has following a strong performance against Miami, and having a breakout performance without registering a sack. Inside the Locker Room is presented by Gatorade
Joe Schobert on his takeaways from last Sunday’s game against the Raiders, Joe Mixon & Joe Burrow’s impact on the Bengals offense | Kevin Dotson on improving the run game, the offensive line developing & gaining experience and more
Bills Head Coach Sean McDermott meets with the media Wednesday at One Bills Drive. Topics Include: The Washington pass rush and talent-level of their defensive line, his relationships with Ron Rivera and others stemming from his tenure in Philadelphia, facing Washington QB Taylor Heinicke, and Josh Allen’s growth so far in the 2021 season.
Hear from Bills Wide Receiver Isaiah McKenzie as he made a triumphant return to his hometown and helped deliver a 35-0 win over the Miami Dolphins in this edition of Mic'd Up, presented by Geico.
Tagovailoa was carted to the locker room in the first quarter of the Dolphins' matchup with the Bills.View the original article to see embedded media.Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was carted to the locker room in the first quarter of Miami's matchup with the Bills on Sunday.Tagovailoa exited the contest after he was hit on a 4th-and-2 play by Buffalo defensive lineman A.J.
The Bills wide receiver and long snapper told unvaccinated fans via social media that if they found tickets to road games, the players would buy them.View the original article to see embedded media.With new health and safety protocols going in place at Buffalo's Highmark Stadium that will require any attendees 12 years old or older to provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccine, two Bills players took action. Wide receiver Cole Beasley and long snapper Reid Ferguson offered to buy unvaccinated fans tickets to road games if fans were able to find them. "If you find an away game you are able to go to then I will buy the tickets for you guys," Beasley, one of the most vocal NFL players against vaccination mandates, tweeted earlier this week (sic).
McKenzie got his first dose of the vaccine two days after the NFL fined him for violating COVID-19 protocols for unvaccinated players.View the original article to see embedded media.Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie got his first COVID-19 vaccine two days after the NFL fined him for violating the league’s COVID-19 protocols for unvaccinated players in not wearing a mask inside the team’s facility.McKenzie posted a picture of himself on Instagram holding a vaccination card on Saturday, indicating that he received the first dose of the vaccine.
Bills wideout Isaiah McKenzie has been fined by the NFL after not complying with the league’s mask rules for unvaccinated players.
Bills wideout Cole Beasley will be out five days after being in close contact with a member of the Bills’ training staff who tested positive for COVID-19..
Bills lineman Dion Dawkins said he didn't know his "mind could get to the low it could get to" after spending four days in the hospital with COVID-19.View the original article to see embedded media.Bills offensive lineman Dion Dawkins didn't shy away from describing his experience with COVID-19, saying there were times when he didn't know if he would recover. Dawkins spent four days in the hospital with COVID-19 and says he lost at least 12 pounds, telling Bills reporter Sal Capaccio that he had both doses of his vaccine but wasn't considered fully vaccinated since he contracted COVID-19 less than two weeks after his final dose. "I don't want to scare anybody, but there were moments where I was like 'I don't know if I'm going to make this.' I was down bad, where I could barely move and I was hurting," Dawkins said in a press conference. Dawkins took part in a limited practice session for the first time on Tuesday since coming off the COVID list last week.
The ESPN host had issues with recent comments from the Bills QB.1. Sometimes a certain unremarkable video, rant or take just hits you in a special way that makes you laugh.That happened to me last night when I saw a clip of Stephen A.