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Buffalo Bills News - July 27, 2017

Marker Buffalo Bills training camp 2017: Photos and tweets of players reporting to camp [1:46 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Ephesians 1:11.'

Marker Bills send QB Cardale Jones to Chargers on eve of camp [1:45 AM]
Batavia Daily News reports: 'In addition, Jones struggled during minicamp workouts earlier this offseason, seeing his playtime diminish throughout the three-day workouts.'

Marker Bills trade Jones to Chargers for pick [1:44 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the conditional pick is a seventh-rounder.'

Marker Chargers acquire quarterback Cardale Jones from Buffalo [1:43 AM]
Los Angeles Times reports: '“He has a strong arm and is accurate down the field. He can make every throw in the book. He can pick up the offense, and he’s more mobile than people give him credit for.”'

Marker Chargers acquire quarterback Cardale Jones from Bills for conditional draft pick [1:42 AM]
Los Angeles Daily News reports: 'The Chargers traded for Jones just one day after working out Robert Griffin III, the former No. 2 overall pick who — after a sterling rookie campaign in 2012 — saw his career derailed by injuries.'

Marker Cardale Jones traded by Buffalo Bills [1:41 AM]
Cleveland Plain Dealer reports: 'So the decision-makers that brought in Jones are gone. Now he's headed to the Chargers, where the new head coach is Lynn, the coach who gave him his only NFL action in that season finale against the New York Jets after Ryan was ousted.'

Marker Reggie Ragland watching his weight with Buffalo Bills [1:40 AM]
Birmingham News reports: '"I can't go over that," Ragland said of the weight limit during an appearance on SiriusXM NFL Radio last week. "The $600 a pound will kill me. That's a lot (for) a kid that didn't grow up with much, so I'm trying to keep every penny that I can."'

Marker Chargers land QB Cardale Jones from Bills in trade [1:39 AM]
USA Today reports: 'A fourth-round pick out of Ohio State who rose to fame by leading the Buckeyes to a national championship in 2014, Jones now will work to establish in Los Angeles as a backup. Rivers has not missed a game since he rose to the starting role in 2006, and veteran Kellen Clemens returns for his fourth season with the team.'

Marker LA Chargers acquire QB Cardale Jones in trade with Buffalo [1:38 AM]
AP reports: 'Jones was a project for the Bills, where Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn spent last season as running backs coach before his promotion to offensive coordinator. Jones was inactive for 15 games in Buffalo before throwing 11 passes in the fourth quarter of the season finale.'

Marker Injury sidelines Bills safety Anderson day before camp opens [1:37 AM]
AP reports: 'Anderson missed the start of last season and then appeared in only two games before being placed on the season-ending injured-reserve list because of an arm injury. The seventh-year player is noted mostly for his special teams contributions, and entering his second season in Buffalo.'

Marker Chargers acquire QB Jones from Bills [1:36 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'The Chargers have been looking for a reliable back up to veteran Philip Rivers. They worked out Robert Griffin III earlier this week, but Jones' chief competition for the backup role seems to be Kellen Clemens, who has been the Chargers' No. 2 quarterback the past two seasons.'

Marker NFL camp openings: Bills hope for healthy WR Watkins [1:35 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Watkins' health will also have a major impact on whether quarterback Tyrod Taylor will be around after the season. Taylor restructured his bloated contract to return as the starter, rather than face likely being released.'

Marker Chargers pick up QB Cardale Jones, send conditional pick to Bills [1:34 AM]
ESPN reports: 'The Bills' trading Jones does not come as a surprise, after he was given limited reps with the offense during organized team activities and minicamp this spring.'

Marker Bills trade quarterback Cardale Jones to Chargers for conditional draft pick [1:33 AM]
CBS Sports reports: 'With Jones now in Los Angeles, that means the Bills will only have to split reps three ways among their quarterbacks when training camp starts.'

Marker Bills trade Cardale Jones to Chargers [1:32 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Jones now will report to the Chargers and try to earn a job backing up Philip Rivers under former Bills offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn.'

Marker Bills place safety Colt Anderson on PUP [1:31 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Anderson is in his eighth year in the NFL, playing mostly a special teams role during stints with the Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills.'

Marker Bills trade QB Cardale Jones to Chargers in exchange for conditional pick [1:30 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'It's not necessarily all bad news for Jones. He'll reunited with Anthony Lynn, who served as the Bills interim head coach during that Week 17 game after firing of Rex Ryan.'

Marker Joe B: Cardale Jones trade is a slight win for the Buffalo Bills [1:29 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'The most glaring, yet obvious fact about Cardale Jones and this move, was that the current regime -- head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane -- simply had no ties to Jones whatsoever. They gave him a chance during the spring to compete, they liked the players that they signed off on better than Jones, and now Jones is with another organization.'

Marker 7 takeaways from Bills HC Sean McDermott and GM Brandon Beane this offseason [1:28 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'Now, this isn’t to rule out Tyrod Taylor from the equation just yet. Beane highlighted Taylor’s work ethic and showed a willingness to see how Taylor performs in camp and during the 2017 season. However, as we have grown accustomed to with the quarterback and this regime, there were no promises given to anything past this year — and that isn’t likely to change unless Taylor shows a heap of progress this season. And he’ll certainly need to do so in one area in particular…'

Marker Rex Ryan on whether Bills are a playoff team: "They might very well be." [1:27 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: '"I feel the Bills will surprise a ton of people," said Ryan. "They are kind of trying to float this under the radar stuff, which I get. That's probably the way to go, that's the way everybody goes. Undersell and overproduce. I get it. I believe they will have a lot better year than the experts. Could they be a playoff team? They might very well be."'

Marker Chargers Trade for QB Cardale Jones [1:26 AM] reports: 'Head Coach Anthony Lynn has strong ties to Jones as he coached him in Buffalo. In fact, the quarterback’s lone NFL appearance came in the Bills’ season finale when Lynn served as interim head coach. Jones completed 6-of-11 passes for 96 yards.'

Marker Head Coach Anthony Lynn Opens Up About Trade for QB Cardale Jones [1:25 AM] reports: '“He has a strong arm and is accurate down the field. He can make every throw in the book. He can pick up the offense, and he’s more mobile than people give him credit for."'

Marker Bills trade QB Cardale Jones for conditional pick [1:24 AM] reports: 'Yates has a firm working knowledge of Rick Dennison's offense having played in it for three years. Peterman is clearly a player the team is interested in developing. It left Jones on the outside looking in.'

Marker 2 - Can Tyrod Taylor perform like a franchise quarterback? [1:23 AM] reports: 'If there is a criticism amongst Bills fans about Tyrod Taylor’s game, the common refrain has been that he has not sufficiently utilized open targets in the middle of the field. In his first year as a starter that criticism had merit. As last season wore on however, Taylor’s vision between the numbers noticeably improved.'

Marker Bills Today: Bills ranks third best in rushing for 2017 [1:22 AM] reports: 'Some things that they did here that Juan [Castillo" target="_blank"> and I have talked about in the run game that they’ve done very well that we’ll try to carry over,” said Dennison. “Whatever we think we need to do for the 2017 Buffalo Bills to move the ball, make first downs and win games. I think it’s a blend of everything, but it’s always going to be all about the Bills.'

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July 26, 2017

Marker Bills bring back S Bacarri Rambo amid flurry of roster moves [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Rambo, 27, played in four games with the Bills in 2014, earning his first career interception -- and later adding another one -- during a 21-13 upset victory over the Green Bay Packers in December. He had a career-high 62 tackles, 11 passes defensed and two forced fumbles the following season, when he appeared in 15 games and made eight starts. The Bills elected not to re-sign him after the 2015 season, however, and Rambo spent last year with the Miami Dolphins. He started five games and appeared in nine overall, making 42 tackles, one interception and three passes defensed.'

Marker ESPN ranks Bills' backup quarterbacks No. 22 in league-wide analysis [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Here was his explanation: "The Bills have a pair of interesting drafted quarterbacks on the roster, as both 2016 fourth-round pick Cardale Jones and rookie fifth-round pick Nathan Peterman are vying for top backup duties behind Tyrod Taylor. Veteran T.J. Yates was signed this offseason and gives Buffalo its most experienced thrower behind Taylor, but it's unlikely the Bills will keep four QBs."'

Marker Jerry Sullivan: Cutting Washington would send wrong message [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'I'm not saying the Bills shouldn't have a high standard for behavior. But cutting Washington after his arrest in Cincinnati would be a gross overreaction, a transparent attempt to show there's a new sheriff in town. And I wonder, would they have done the same thing if it were one of Beane's draft picks, rather than one of Doug Whaley's reaches?'

Marker Bills land 11 on The MMQB's list of the top 400 NFL players [1:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Benoit did not include special-teams players or rookies on the list, explaining that "special teamers change jobs so much from year to year, plus there are significantly fewer special teams snaps each game than offensive and defensive snaps. And rookies cannot be evaluated on jobs they have not started yet."'

Marker Training camp countdown: 2. Can the Bills count on Marcell Dareus? [1:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"He's gonna be given every opportunity," Beane said. "He is very talented. Where he was drafted, where he was paid, he's a talented guy, and he's shown what he can do. Obviously it's up to us to try to get that out of him, find out what makes him tick. We got to communicate with him to help put him in the best situation. It's a two-way street. Some of it is on us, some of it is on him. I'm looking forward to continuing to get to know him. I've been running a hundred miles an hour. I can't say I know him well. But as a player, he's so talented. You want to see him be the leader of that D-line and defense, at some point."'

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