Posts Tagged ‘Miami Dolphins’

Buffalo Bills Sign Tight End Charles Clay

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
Unless the Miami Dolphins change their minds and match Buffalo's offer, Charles Clay will be the Bills' new tight end. (Photo: Steve Mitchell — USA Today Sports)

Unless the Miami Dolphins change their minds and match Buffalo’s offer, Charles Clay will be the Bills’ new tight end. (Photo: Steve Mitchell — USA Today Sports)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope

After a days-long impasse that spawned hashtags (#ClayWatch) and even Twitter handles (@HasClaySigned), the Buffalo Bills finally submitted their offer sheet for transition-tagged Miami Dolphins tight end Charles Clay on Tuesday evening, according to Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News.

(UPDATE, Thursday p.m.: Clay’s signing has been officially announced by the Bills, as the Dolphins have elected not to re-sign him.)

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Buffalo Bills Release Scott Chandler; Will Charles Clay Replace Him at Tight End?

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015
Scott Chandler's run with the Buffalo Bills came to an end Wednesday. (Photo: Tommy Gilligan — USA Today Sports)

Scott Chandler’s run with the Buffalo Bills came to an end Wednesday. (Photo: Tommy Gilligan — USA Today Sports)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope

Expected to have to make some tough decisions in order to free up salary cap space, the Buffalo Bills made one Wednesday afternoon, releasing tight end Scott Chandler after five seasons with the team.

In five years with the Bills, Chandler caught 182 passes for 2,120 yards and 17 touchdowns. For 2014, his 47 receptions for 497 yards and three touchdowns ranked him fourth on the team in each category. Releasing him, however, saves the team $2.25 million in cap room this season, according to Spotrac’s contract data.

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Richie Incognito to Sign with Buffalo Bills

Saturday, February 7th, 2015
After a year out of the NFL, Richie Incognito is set to join the Buffalo Bills. (Photo: Winslow Townson — USA Today Sports)

After a year out of the NFL, Richie Incognito is set to join the Buffalo Bills. (Photo: Winslow Townson — USA Today Sports)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope

The start of free agency is more than a month away, but the Buffalo Bills have already made a move to address one of their biggest needs. The Buffalo Bills have reached an agreement in principle to sign veteran guard Richie Incognito, who is best known for his role in the Miami Dolphins’ 2013 bullying scandal.

The news of Incognito visiting the Bills for a physical was first reported by James Walker of ESPN.com on Friday. Tim Graham of The Buffalo News was the first to report that Incognito would sign with Buffalo.

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Buffalo Bills Report Card: Week 11

Sunday, November 16th, 2014
Chris Hogan's play was one of the only bright spots for the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night. (Photo: Steve Mitchell — USA Today Sports)

Chris Hogan’s play was one of the only bright spots for the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night. (Photo: Steve Mitchell — USA Today Sports)

BBD Contributor: Paul Banach

In a span of just five days, the Buffalo Bills’ playoff hopes went from soaring to now nearly impossible. After losing to the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday, their latest blow came in a Thursday night loss, 22-9, to the Miami Dolphins. The Bills got outplayed in the second half on both sides of the ball, and couldn’t overcome a couple questionable penalties called against them.

On offense, the struggle continued as Buffalo has now gone nearly two entire games (since the team’s opening drive of its 17-13 loss to Kansas City) without a touchdown. The normally stout defensive unit had an off performance as well, as it had trouble stopping the Dolphins’ quick passing game.

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Buffalo Bills Lose to Miami Dolphins Because It’s Tough to Win When You Can’t Score a Touchdown

Friday, November 14th, 2014
Not much went well for Kyle Orton and the Buffalo Bills offense against the Miami Dolphins on Thursday. (Photo: Brad Barr — USA Today Sports)

Not much went well for Kyle Orton and the Buffalo Bills offense against the Miami Dolphins on Thursday. (Photo: Brad Barr — USA Today Sports)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope

The Buffalo Bills offense started its second half of the season hot, scoring a touchdown on its first possession of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

Buffalo hasn’t reached the end zone in nearly 115 minutes of football since.

Already ranked 26th in the NFL in touchdowns per game—and dead last in the NFL in red zone touchdown percentage—coming into the week according to TeamRankings.com, the Bills offense reached a new low in futility on Thursday night as it failed to score a single touchdown in a 22-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins that leaves Buffalo, now 5-5 for the season, in a spot from which it is highly unlikely to make the playoffs.

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