A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 8/17/18 3:46pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron will be the starting quarterback for the second preseason game Friday, Aug. 17.
Huddle Up: McCarron is still competing with Nathan Peterman for the starting job, so it will help him if he plays well with the starting offense. Owners probably should avoid whoever wins the starting job because there will be better quarterback options available.
LeSean McCoy - RBPosted 8/17/18 7:49pm ET
Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy rushed four times for 11 yards and lost a yard on his only reception in a 19-17 preseason win over the Cleveland Browns Friday, Aug. 17.
Huddle Up: McCoy is locked into an every-down role for Buffalo, but some allegations off the field make his future cloudy. He's a RB1 if he plays the entire season, but he will be one of the riskier picks of the first few rounds.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 8/17/18 7:46pm ET
Updating a previous report, Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron (shoulder) suffered a hairline fracture of his clavicle Friday, Aug. 17, against the Cleveland Browns, a source told The Buffalo News. It is unclear how much time he will miss.
Huddle Up: It looks like Buffalo will be playing Josh Allen, ready or not. It is difficult to envision the Bills bypassing their first-round quarterback in favor of Nathan Peterman. Allen is a QB3 in the deepest of 2018 formats.
Josh Allen - QBPosted 8/17/18 7:44pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen completed nine of his 13 passes for 60 yards and a touchdown and rushed three times for 18 yards in a 19-17 preseason win over the Cleveland Browns Friday, Aug. 17.
Huddle Up: Allen showed some promise and his athleticism, and with AJ McCarron suffering a shoulder injury, he could make a strong push to be the Week 1 starter. He won't need to be rostered in redraft leagues, but he is worth stashing in keeper formats.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 8/17/18 7:40pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron (shoulder) suffered a right shoulder injury in the preseason game against the Cleveland Browns Friday, Aug. 17.
Huddle Up: McCarron is fighting to earn the starting job, but any type of serious injury could throw the door wide open for Josh Allen to grab the spot. No matter who is under center for Buffalo this year, they don't need to be owned in redraft leagues.
Corey Coleman - WRPosted 8/17/18 11:45pm ET
Buffalo Bills WR Corey Coleman made his team debut in the preseason game Friday, Aug. 17 against the Cleveland Browns, his former team.
Huddle Up: Coleman, who had just one grab for seven yards on his only target, isn't considered a lock to make the Buffalo roster. For now, he is only worth a speculative late-round pick in deeper fantasy leagues.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 8/13/18 9:33am ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron (leg) and Nathan Peterman (arm) participated in practice Monday, Aug. 13, after both suffered minor injuries during practice Sunday, Aug. 12. McCarron worked with the first-team offense, while Peterman worked with the third-team offense.
Huddle Up: McCarron and Peterman will continue to compete for the starting job during preseason, so owners can monitor the situation. Neither player has had a lot of success in the NFL and probably should be avoided in most fantasy leagues.
Zay Jones - WRPosted 8/13/18 9:51am ET
Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones (knee) fully participated in practice Monday, Aug. 13, and was no longer wearing a non-contact jersey.
Huddle Up: Jones missed the early part of training camp but likely will now be in the running for the No. 2 receiver job. He struggled during his rookie season but could have a solid role in the passing game if he performs well during the preseason. He could be a late-round option in some deeper leagues but can be avoided in most standard leagues.
Corey Coleman - WRPosted 8/12/18 3:11pm ET
Buffalo Bills WR Corey Coleman received some snaps with the first-team offense during practice Sunday, Aug. 12.
Huddle Up: Coleman joined the team about a week ago and appears to have a legitimate chance to win the No. 2 receiver job. He likely will receive a lot of snaps during practice and the preseason so he can learn the offense quickly. He has not posted great numbers since entering the league and may not be more than a No. 5 fantasy receiver.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 8/12/18 3:22pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron (leg) appeared to have suffered a lower right leg injury during practice Sunday, Aug. 12, but was able to return. QB Nathan Peterman (arm) suffered an apparent right arm injury during practice.
Huddle Up: Owners should keep an eye on the situation to see if either quarterback with miss significant time because of their injury. McCarron and Peterman will continue to compete for the job during training camp, but the winner would be no better than a low-end No. 2 fantasy quarterback.
Zay Jones - WRPosted 8/11/18 9:21am ET
Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones (knee) participated in team drills during practice Friday, Aug. 10, but was still wearing a non-contact jersey.
Huddle Up: Jones is being eased back into practice but is running out of time if he wants to compete for the No. 2 receiver job. He is coming off a disappointing rookie season and probably should not be drafted in fantasy leagues even if he receives a solid role in the passing game.
LeSean McCoy - RBPosted 8/10/18 6:31pm ET
Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy looks 'quicker, faster and more powerful than last year,' according to head coach Sean McDermott.
Huddle Up: As an every-down workhorse in a run-heavy offense, McCoy looks like a RB1 on paper. However, some potential issues off the field loom large, clouding his fantasy value and making him one of the riskiest picks of the early rounds.
Jeremy Kerley - WRPosted 8/9/18 11:17am ET
Buffalo Bills WR Jeremy Kerley has a chance to win the No. 2 receiver job during training camp and would move to the slot receiver position then the team uses three-receiver sets, in the opinion of WKBW.com's Joe Buscaglia.
Huddle Up: Kerley has been one of the better receivers for the Bills during training camp and could be a starter Week 1. He should see a solid amount of targets this season and could be a No. 4 or No. 5 receiver in most leagues.
Corey Coleman - WRPosted 8/9/18 3:28pm ET
Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones and WR Corey Coleman will not play in the first preseason game Thursday, Aug. 9.
Huddle Up: Jones and Coleman probably will be competing for the No. 2 receiver job during camp but neither have received a lot of practice time with the team so far. Coleman probably has more fantasy value at this point, but neither player is more than a No. 5 fantasy receiver at this time.
Nathan Peterman - QBPosted 8/9/18 3:12pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB Nathan Peterman will be the starting quarterback in the first preseason game Thursday, Aug. 9.
Huddle Up: Peterman has been competing with AJ McCarron during training camp and is receiving the first start. He struggled in his limited playing time last season and probably should be avoided in fantasy leagues if he wins the job.
Kelvin Benjamin - WRPosted 8/9/18 7:33pm ET
Buffalo Bills WR Kelvin Benjamin caught all four of his targets for 59 yards and a touchdown in a 28-23 loss to the Carolina Panthers in the preseason Thursday, Aug. 9.
Huddle Up: Benjamin should be the go-to target in Buffalo's passing game, but the quarterback situation is questionable and traps Benjamin in WR3 territory.
Greg Little - WRPosted 8/8/18 1:33pm ET
Arizona Cardinals WR Greg Little has not played in a regular season game since 2014, but he is attempting to make a comeback during training camp and the preseason. Little caught the attention of the team's scouting staff with an iPhone video, showing his route running and good physical shape.
Huddle Up: Little is still considered a long shot to make the team, and if he does he isn't likely to make much of an impact from a fantasy perspective. However, if you're a football junkie looking for storylines late in meaningless preseason games, Little's progress is a story worth watching.
Corey Coleman - WRPosted 8/7/18 11:36am ET
Buffalo Bills WR Corey Coleman reported to the team Tuesday, Aug. 7, and passed his physical.
Huddle Up: Coleman struggled at times when he was with the Cleveland Browns but will receive a chance to win a starting job with the Bills. Owners should keep an eye on his progress during training camp to see what role he will receive. Coleman may not be an option in most fantasy drafts but could be a waiver wire option.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 8/7/18 12:45pm ET
Buffalo Bills QBs AJ McCarron and Nathan Peterman may both receive playing time with the first-team offense during the first preseason game, but head coach Sean McDermott said he is not ready to name the starting quarterback for the game.
Huddle Up: McCarron and Peterman have both receive practice time with the starting offense and will continue to compete for the starting job during the preseason. Owners in most leagues should consider the winner of the job as a low-end No. 2 quarterback.
Zay Jones - WRPosted 8/5/18 3:41pm ET
Updating a previous report, Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones (knee) will be eased back into practice and will initially wear a non-contact jersey, according to head coach Sean McDermott.
Huddle Up: Jones may still have a chance at the No. 2 receiver job but will need to perform well during the preseason. He had disappointing rookie season and should not be a big fantasy contributor this season.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 8/4/18 7:13pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron worked with the second-team offense Friday, Aug. 3, and head coach Sean McDermott said he plans to rotate first-team reps between McCarron and QB Nathan Peterman.
Huddle Up: It's another indication that the starting gig is still up for grabs, but neither players needs to be owned in redraft leagues no matter who ends up starting.
Zay Jones - WRPosted 8/4/18 7:23pm ET
Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones (knee) is 'progressing nicely' but doesn't have an exact timetable for his return, according to head coach Sean McDermott.
Huddle Up: Jones' injury comes after a disappointing rookie year. He seems unlikely to provide much fantasy value for the foreseeable future, but he could still end up as Buffalo's No. 2 receiver at some point. For now, he is a stash candidate in keeper leagues.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 8/2/18 6:54am ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron is working with the first-team offense for the second day in a row Thursday, Aug. 2. It's the first time any of the quarterbacks have worked with the first-team on consecutive days.
Huddle Up: McCarron may have taken the lead over Nathan Peterman in the battle for the starting position. Both are only backups in fantasy or matchup plays.
Zay Jones - WRPosted 7/31/18 11:32am ET
Buffalo Bills WR Zay Jones (knee) will be eased back into practice once he is activated from the Active/Non-Football Injury list, according to head coach Sean McDermott.
Huddle Up: Jones is still recovering from offseason knee surgery, and it is not known when he will return to the field. The Bills are looking for a No. 2 receiver, but Jones is coming off a disappointing rookie season and may not be a candidate for the job. Owners in most leagues probably should avoid Jones in most drafts.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 7/28/18 7:17pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron has been unwilling to take chances and has been holding the ball too long during training camp, according to Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com, and Buscaglia believes McCarron could cost himself the starting job if he doesn't improve.
Huddle Up: Even if McCarron ends up securing the starting gig for Week 1, he's a low-end QB2, at best, and he has little long-term value with Josh Allen waiting in the wings.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 7/27/18 1:09pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron worked with the first-team offense during practice Friday, July 27. QB Nathan Peterman worked with the starters Thursday, July 26.
Huddle Up: McCarron and Peterman will continue to compete for the starting job, and the winner likely will be the better performer during the preseason. Neither quarterback is a great fantasy option and likely would only be a low-end No. 2 quarterback in deeper leagues.
LeSean McCoy - RBPosted 7/23/18 9:29am ET
Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy will report training camp with the rest of the veteran players Wednesday, July 25, even though he is dealing with some off-field issues, according to sources.
Huddle Up: Owners will need to keep an eye on the situation to see if McCoy's status changes at all during the preseason. He has been a consistent option for owners over the years and can be a No. 1 or No. 2 running back again this season.
A.J. McCarron - QBPosted 7/22/18 7:46pm ET
Buffalo Bills QB AJ McCarron carried the most intrigue of the free-agent quarterbacks that were available this offseason, according to general manager Brandon Beane, and Beane said he is looking forward to what McCarron is able to do during training camp.
Huddle Up: McCarron has a chance to open the year as the starter, but with average weapons in the passing game and Josh Allen waiting in the wings, McCarron is no more than a low-end QB2 with a limited shelf life.
Chris Ivory - RBPosted 7/12/18 8:46am ET
Buffalo Bills RB Chris Ivory would be the first option at the position if RB LeSean McCoy is not available.
Huddle Up: Shady is embattled in an off-the-field issue, and there's always the chance that the league acts. Due to previous litmus tests, McCoy's situation will probably drag out long enough to avoid ramifications before the beginning of the season. Ivory is on the apex between RB3 and RB4 status in fantasy.
LeSean McCoy - RBPosted 7/10/18 11:22am ET
Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy has been accused of beating a woman, her son and a dog and for using performance-enhancing drugs. The claims were made against McCoy Tuesday, July 10, but McCoy quickly denied them in a statement on his Instagram account. 'For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false,' McCoy stated. 'Furthermore, I have not had any direct contact with any people involved in months.' The Bills are investigating the alleged incident.
Huddle Up: If true, McCoy's football career could be all but over, and whether or not this is resolved before the regular season remains to be seen. He was already a risky fantasy pick considering his age, workloads over the years and the fact that defenses will be honed in on him given Buffalo's weak supporting cast. If vindicated, McCoy is a low-end RB1 to high-end RB2 option, but the latter is more realistic.
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