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Tyrod Taylor to Sammy Watkins

If the Bills want to be successful in 2017, they will need big years from Tyrod Taylor and Sammy Watkins.

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Shady Flashbacks

A few runs from Shady’s time in Philly. With his ability to cut against the grain, he should have another successful season in 2017.

Lorenzo Alexander Highlights

Linebacker Lorenzo Alexander had a phenomenal 2016 season, one nobody expected. He was the second highest graded defender behind Kyle Williams. Finished with 42 solo tackles, 44 stops, 12.5 sacks, 13 QB hits, 23 QB hurries and one INT. The unquestioned leader is coming back to exceed his eye popping 2016 season.




First Round Draft Pick-Tre’Davious White

Sean McDermott is putting his stamp on the Buffalo Bills. Look no further than the 2017 NFL Draft. McDermott and the Bills traded away the 10th overall pick, moved back to 27, to draft CB Tre’Davious White from LSU. Get to know the 1st round pick

Another Gear | WR Kolby Listenbee

The Buffalo Bills’ wide receiver group will feature one of the most competitive battles going into training camp. There are several holdovers from the prior regime, some names that were signed in free agency, and then a few undrafted free agents that were brought in to compete.

Kolby Listenbee falls under the prior regime category, as he was drafted in the 6th round, pick #192, in the 2016 NFL Draft. However, he never saw the field due to a double sports hernia. Listenbee underwent surgery in March 2016 and was placed on the Reserve/Non Football Injury list, which would have allowed him to return in week 7 of the 2016 season.

Unfortunately, he never did return due to pelvic inflammation. Listenbee said in addition to the hernias, he was also experiencing pain from some pelvic instability that resulted from a hit in college.

“It’s always been my adductors,” he said, referencing the upper leg/midsection muscles that were injured with the hernia, “and then my pelvis, my pelvis has always been an issue too. Everybody’s been saying it’s the double sports hernia but the pelvis has always been an issue too.

Listenbee is continuously working to get stronger and healthier on a daily basis.

 

The 4.39 speedster has speed that not many receivers on this team possess. He may be able to carve out a niche if he can get back to 100%.

 

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