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Bills still have. holes at WR and unknown offensive line

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It also leaked that Gase did not want to pay Le’ Veon Bell either, that should go well in the locker room

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16 hours ago, Brawndo said:

It also leaked that Gase did not want to pay Le’ Veon Bell either, that should go well in the locker room

John Clayton said yesterday that he wouldn't be surprised if they traded him, which is kinda nuts.

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Jerry Hughes re-signed for ~11.5 per year for 2 years.

What a highway robbery that trade was.

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16 minutes ago, sabills said:

Jerry Hughes re-signed for ~11.5 per year for 2 years.

What a highway robbery that trade was.

I love this line:

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Hughes was drafted in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Colts to be an edge pass rusher; he was one of former general manager Bill Polian's worst picks in Indianapolis, totaling just 41 tackles and five sacks in three seasons. 

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000165264/article/indianapolis-colts-trade-jerry-hughes-to-buffalo-bills

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http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/26793693/bills-issue-oj-no-32-first-1977

 

The No. 32 has been put back in circulation by the Buffalo Bills for the first time since 1977, the last season O.J. Simpson wore the number.

Running back Senorise Perry, who signed with the Bills as a free agent, is wearing the number during the team's organized team activities. He told The Athletic that he thought the number was retired.

"I thought it was retired, but then I was told it was available. Boom, I took it," he told The Athletic.

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I was going to say "who wants to be the first guy to wear that number", but then that question was immediately answered.

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Good. It's time for the Bills to move on from OJ. 

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11 minutes ago, Brawndo said:

 

I approve!  Should be a huge improvement.  Now on to getting rid of "Homer" Murphy....

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I think Kelso has been pretty good, but Eric Wood was the only interview I ever made time to listen to on WGR except GMTM. Insightful and smart, definitely a player perspective but has a lot more to say. Solid hire.

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3 hours ago, darksabre said:

Good. It's time for the Bills to move on from OJ. 

You can't change history.  

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36 minutes ago, Kruppstahl said:

You can't change history.  

It's got nothing to do with changing history. It's about leaving OJ to history itself.

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1 hour ago, Kruppstahl said:

You can't change history.  

Yea, but you don't have to live in the past. 

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2 hours ago, Brawndo said:

 

Only if he can pronounce the offense correctly. Kelso and his weird Midwest inflection pronouncing it ahh-fence drove me to lunacy during most broadcasts. 

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Sorry for those of us who grew up with OJ this is blasphemy.  Later in life he sucked.  But with the Bills he was unreal.  Handed me and my friends oranges as we chased Bills on our bikes while they rode in old fash model Ts down Delaware Ave, signed a superman comic book at Buffalo airport.  He was larger than life back then.  His number should never be used..  seriously disappointed in the Bills.  

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5 minutes ago, North Buffalo said:

Sorry for those of us who grew up with OJ this is blasphemy.  Later in life he sucked.  But with the Bills he was unreal.  Handed me and my friends oranges as we chased Bills on our bikes while they rode in old fash model Ts down Delaware Ave, signed a superman comic book at Buffalo airport.  He was larger than life back then.  His number should never be used..  seriously disappointed in the Bills.  

Then he killed two people.

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Tyler Kroft broke his foot today in OTA's - out 3-4 months.

Joe Buscaglia ‏Verified account @JoeBuscaglia 1m1 minute ago Kroft's broken foot is the same one he broke last season as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals. #Bills

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Just now, sabills said:

Then he killed two people.

Fair enough, but he wasnt with the Bills then. Doesnt lessen what he did as a Bill just distract people who cant handle the duality that is OJ

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9 minutes ago, North Buffalo said:

Sorry for those of us who grew up with OJ this is blasphemy.  Later in life he sucked.  But with the Bills he was unreal.  Handed me and my friends oranges as we chased Bills on our bikes while they rode in old fash model Ts down Delaware Ave, signed a superman comic book at Buffalo airport.  He was larger than life back then.  His number should never be used..  seriously disappointed in the Bills.  

This is a surprisingly bad take from you.

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Just now, North Buffalo said:

Fair enough, but he wasnt with the Bills then. Doesnt lessen what he did as a Bill just distract people who cant handle the duality that is OJ

I understand your point, honestly. I never really know what to do in these situations. Can you separate the man from the football player? Can I still watch The Usual Suspects knowing about Kevin Spacey now? Or how about ANY Harvey Weinstein film? Its a personal choice you have to make about how you handle that.

I'm not saying burn your OJ gear and forget all the good stuff, but I do think its a bad look for the team to continue supporting him considering his later stuff.

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Hey understand why they dont officially retire his number, but it should not be used imo. New guy couldnt hold OJ's jock so why do it.

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7 minutes ago, darksabre said:

This is a surprisingly bad take from you.

May have to ignore you Dark on this one... read on. You were not there when OJ was, guess I cant expect you to understand... His later in life stupidity notwithstanding.  

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