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7-9, 3rd in AFC East

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Earlier today a draft of a story analyzing Tyrod Taylor's status with the Buffalo Bills was accidentally published. Taylor remains a member of the Bills.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills have re-signed LB Ramon Humber, a special teams contributor last season. He was one of 23 unsigned unrestricted free agents.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Agent Vance McAllister tells 1270 The Fan in Buffalo that QB Chad Kelly is being "singled out" in having NFL combine invite rescinded and NFL VP Troy Vincent is again "shooting from the hip" with decision. Fellow agent Duray Oubre says the NFL "got it wrong" and this is a "form of discrimination" against Kelly.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

One of QB Chad Kelly's agents, Vance McAllister, tells 1270 The Fan in Buffalo that his client has not received any written correspondence from NFL rescinding his NFL combine invite. McAllister said NFL invited Kelly to combine Jan. 6 and had him book flight to combine two weeks ago. McAllister adds NFL VP Troy Vincent has not explained why he was not on invite list today, but Kelly's agents received call from combine saying NFL told them invite would be rescinded.

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6dMike Sando

Continuity Rankings: Bills among most changed

The Bills have been a revolving door at head coach and defensive coordinator since 2012, with four different people serving each of those roles. Only the Browns have less continuity.

Where does Tyrod Taylor fit in? (1:14)

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

After Pro Football Focus left Bills RB LeSean McCoy out of their list of the top 101 players in 2016, McCoy fired back Monday on Twitter, calling the website "a bunch of nerds who never played a lick of football in your whole life."

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7dMike Rodak

Taylor could use a change of scenery

Quarterback Tyrod Taylor could be successful for another NFL team, but it does not appear the Bills view him as their long-term answer at the position.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills currently have $21M in 2017 cap space, per ESPN Stats & Info. That number assumes a $168M league wide salary cap, which has yet to be finalized. It's the seventh-lowest amount in the NFL but will increase to $34M if Tyrod Taylor is released.

Where do the Bills turn if they let Taylor go? (1:01)
Texans and Romo could be perfect match (2:20)

R&K: KD returns to OKC plus Oakley day 2

The guys think you're crazy if you believe Kevin Durant returning to OKC won't be that bad, plus they talk with Dana White and review the worst QB situations in the NFL.

Tony Romo to the Bills? (1:46)
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11dBrian Burke

Does Shady have a Hall of Fame resume?

Coming off one of the best seasons of his career, LeSean McCoy could make it difficult for voters to leave him out of Canton if he remains healthy.

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12dTodd McShay

McShay's 2017 Mock Draft 2.0

Depending on what they do with Tyrod Taylor, a quarterback could be in play here. But with four receivers set to hit free agency, we see the Bills taking one of the top targets available.

Team Stats

Passing Yards189.830th
Rushing Yards164.41st
Points For24.910th
Points Against23.6Tied-16th