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Bills Dump Wide Outs Kelvin Benjamin and Andre Holmes

The Bills have released veteran wide receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Andre Holmes on Tuesday, Chris Brown of reports.

Both Benjamin and Holmes saw their playtime percentage decrease on offense in recent weeks due to the emergence and production of Foster, McKenzie and Zay Jones.

Benjamin struggled to produce as a number one receiver in Buffalo’s passing attack this season. He also had trouble securing the football on potential scoring plays and was criticized for his effort by fans.

Filling the two vacant spots on Buffalo’s roster are DE Mike Love and CB Denzel Rice from the practice squad.

The Bills also placed center Russell Bodine on the injured reserve list.

Bills DE Jerry Hughes Goes After Official Following 21-17 Loss to Miami

It was a tough day for the Bills as they fell to the Dolphins 21-17 in Miami, and things got really bad at the end of the day as Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes went after an official.

If you didn’t make out what Hughes was saying, “You call me a (expletive), I’ll catch you. Trust me, I’ll catch you, guaranteed.”

As he was being escorted back to the locker room, he yelled “I’m going to knock his ass out when I see him. I’m going to hurry up and get dressed. He called me a (expletive).”

The defensive linemen claimed that the official called him the derogatory name on the field (a b#tch), which set off the linemen.

Inactives for the Jaguars vs Bills NFL Week 12

Here’s today’s inactives for the Jaguars and Bills:


WR D.J. Chark
DT Marcell Dareus
LB Lerentee McCray
CB Quenton Meeks
OT Corey Robinson
OG Josh Walker
RB Dave Williams


QB Derek Anderson
OG Ike Boettger
TE Charles Clay
OG Vladimir Ducasse
CB Ryan Lewis
WR Ray-Ray McCloud
OT Conor McDermott

Bills Rookie QB Josh Allen to Be Back at Practice Monday

Bills head coach Sean McDermott says rookie quarterback Josh Allen will practice in full on Monday according to the team’s Twitter account.

McDermott would not publicly commit to the rookie starting against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 12 but the practice puts him on track to return to the lineup. Allen, the No.7-overall pick in the 2018 draft out of Wyoming, has been sidelined since October 14 with an elbow injury.

For the season he has completed 75 of 139 passes for 832 yards and two touchdowns with five interceptions but has added three rushing scores.

Journeyman Matt Barkley had the most competent start of any quarterback in a Bills uniform this season in a Week 10 win over the New York Jets despite being with the team less than two weeks but appears headed back to the bench.

Bills Release WR Terrelle Pryor in Quick Fashion

The Bills have released wide receiver Terrelle Pryor less than two weeks after he arrived, the Buffalo News reports. This according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Pryor, 29, played in two games with the Bills after signing on Oct 31. He had two catches on eight targets for 17 yards and also bobbled a pass that was intercepted against the Bears.

Pryor seemingly got caught up in the numbers game as the Bills had seven wide receivers active against the Jets, with several special teams contributors.

Before signing with the Bills, he was with the Jets and caught 17 passes for 235 yard and two touchdowns.

Matt Barkley Likely To Start at QB for the Bills Against the Jets

The Bills have sent out an update on their injury situation, releasing info that QB Josh Allen is out for the game against the Jets, and Matt Barkley will likely start.

Bears vs Bills NFL Week Nine Inactives

Here are today’s inactives for the Bears and Bills matchup in Buffalo


TE Ben Braunecker
CB Marcus Cooper
OT Rashaad Coward
LB Khalil Mack
DE Bilal Nichols
WR Allen Robinson
WR Kevin White


QB Josh Allen
QB Derek Anderson
OG Ike Boettger
LB Tremaine Edmunds
OT Conor McDermott
DE Trent Murphy
WR Cam Phillips

Nathan Peterman Expected to Start for Bills Sunday; Anderson Suffering From a Concussion

Bills quarterback Derek Anderson is suffering from a concussion sustained in their Monday night loss to the Patriots. Nathan Peterman is expected to start Sunday at quarterback against the Chicago Bears, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

“We’ll see where things stand as we go through the week with Derek,” McDermott said. “Then we’ll take it from there.”

McDermott ruled out rookie quarterback Josh Allen for Sunday’s game, meaning he will miss his third consecutive contest after spraining his right elbow in an Oct. 14 loss to the Houston Texans. McDermott said Allen remains week-to-week and is “making good progress” in his recovery but has yet to resume throwing.

Anderson was escorted off the field after he was sacked by New England Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy with 1:25 remaining in the Bills’ 25-6 loss Monday night. Anderson completed 22 of 39 passes for 290 yards but threw a fourth-quarter interception to Patriots safety Devin McCourty that was returned 84 yards for a touchdown.