First-round draft pick C.J. Spiller agreed to a five-year contract with the Buffalo Bills on Friday that is potentially worth $37 million, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.
As belated birthday presents go, Buffalo Bills rookie first-round pick C.J. Spiller had no trouble waiting an extra day to get the one gift he really wanted: A signed NFL contract.
Rookie first-round draft pick C.J. Spiller signed a five-year contract with the Buffalo Bills on Friday, when the running back finally arrived at training camp a little over a week after it opened.
Now that Terrell Owens has come and gone, Lee Evans finds himself facing an all-too familiar question with the Buffalo Bills receiving group going through yet another transformation.
Calling it "the fair thing to do," the Buffalo Bills released top pass-rusher Aaron Schobel on Wednesday, providing the veteran linebacker the opportunity to sign with another team or retire.
The Buffalo Bills intend to release Aaron Schobel on Wednesday, leaving the door open for the veteran linebacker to sign with another team or retire.
Despite recovering from a severely broken leg, Buffalo Bills starting right guard Eric Wood had no intention of wearing any type of protective brace this season.
Opening training camp with a belief the Buffalo Bills are finally on the right track, running back Fred Jackson won't hold it against anyone for already dismissing the team as an also-ran.
Rookie defensive tackle Torell Troup agreed to a contract with the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday, a day before the team was set to open training camp.