Bills GM Buddy Nix has named Tom Gibbons as the team's director of pro personnel and Chuck Cook as the director of college scouting.
The Bills used the third overall pick in the draft to select Alabama's Marcell Dareus, who said he is ready to come in and help the team's run defense.
The Bills promoted Doug Whaley to assistant GM/director of player personnel on Friday, two days after relieving Tom Modrak of his duties.
Toronto Councillor Doug Ford told TheScore.com that Toronto will push to bring an NFL franchise to town after the league puts a team back in Los Angeles.
Just days after the NFL draft, the Bills have relieved Tom Modrak, their vice president of college scouting, of his duties.
The Bills were in a very nice position at the third pick, especially when it became known that Cam Newton would go No. 1 to the Panthers.
The Bills have not caught up to the rest of the league in the trend of having good receiving tight ends, and unless Shawn Nelson has a breakout season, that is not likely to change in 2011.
PFW looks back at the last 10 players chosen with the third pick in the NFL draft, including WR Larry Fitzgerald by the Cardinals in 2004.
In the 30th installment of the Draft Dose series, PFW takes a look at 10 teams in need of an outside linebacker like Texas A&M's Von Miller.
There is much uncertainty about who will land in Buffalo, and GM Buddy Nix won't tip his hand. However, he did say he wants the player drafted third overall to be a starter for the Bills.
PFW's readers believe that Auburn QB Cam Newton will come off the board on Draft Day at No. 3 to the Bills, according to a poll question on this site.
As the NFL draft draws near, PFW looks at five teams that could use some help at offensive tackle — with USC's Tyron Smith a rising prospect at the position.
What teams in this year's draft could be in the market for a tight end like Notre Dame's Kyle Rudolph? The Broncos are one team that figures to be on the lookout after releasing veteran TE Daniel Graham.
WR Lee Evans has been mostly a deep threat during his career, but the veteran receiver will be running more shallow routes in the coming season.
Adding to the uncertainty due to the current lockout are the undeniably shaky QB situations facing one-third of the league's teams, including the 49ers and holdover starter Alex Smith.