The rookies for the Buffalo Bills have been in training camp since July 16th, but the veterans made their first appearance on the 19th. Now that it’s July 21st, we’ve had enough time for everyone to get settled in. It’s officially go time, baby! The wheels are in motion and the hype is going to be quite loud over the next month. We’ve got you covered every step of the way.

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Bills News and Rumors pegs the Bills and a possible “first to worst” turn around team in 2014.

Buffalo signed two players on Monday – defensive tackle Landon Cohen and wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt. Wide receiver Ramses Barden and linebacker Nathan Williams were both cut loose to make room for the acquisitions.

Talk about sale of the Bills continues on, but the group led by Jon Bon Jovi supposedly will not move the team, per ESPN. So, there’s that. Speaking of which, the team is expected to sell for close to $1.1 billion.

Rookie wide receiver Sammy Watkins was said to have made a quick first impression, catching several impressive balls and also displaying this determined look.

Top of the Tower breaks down Buffalo’s first official day of training camp.

Star defensive tackle Marcell Dareus showed up to camp out of shape, but won’t be able to take his next conditioning test until Thursday at the earliest.

Bills in Fantasy Land took a look at the Bills and their 2014 fantasy outlook as a team. Jamey Eisenberg urges fantasy owners not to give up on running back C.J. Spiller just yet.

Alex Muir of Rant Sports also took a look at newly added wide receiver Mike Williams and pondered his fantasy value in Buffalo this year.

Meng Song from Rant Sports also took a look at newly acquired running back Bryce Brown and wondered if he might be a deep fantasy sleeper worth monitoring.


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