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Topic - Russ Brandon
Bills president Russ Brandon had only one regret when assessing the series of bold moves and big splashes Buffalo pulled off during the NFL draft.
Bills president Russ Brandon can appreciate how eight years is not much time to establish a plan to secure the franchise's long-term future in Buffalo.
During his 95 years, Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson went from fan to "Foolish Club" member to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, enjoying every step along the way.
Buffalo Bills President Russ Brandon says owner Ralph Wilson has died.
The Buffalo Bills are reclaiming their home-field advantage by postponing their annual game this season in Toronto, where they've gone 1-5 in the series.
Buffalo Bills president Russ Brandon sees no reason why last year's stalemate in contract talks with Pro Bowl safety Jairus Byrd would prevent the two sides from reaching a long-term deal this offseason.
An unruly football fan who survived a fall from the top deck of Ralph Wilson Stadium onto a man below has been banned from the stadium and could face charges, officials said Monday.
Doug Whaley was promoted to take over as Buffalo Bills general manager, making the team's near top-to-bottom offseason overhaul complete.
It's official: Doug Marrone is the Buffalo Bills' new coach.
It's been such a whirlwind of a week for Doug Marrone _ from a bowl game at Yankee Stadium to NFL interviews in Arizona _ that it was difficult for the Buffalo Bills new coach to get his bearings on Monday.
Chan Gailey didn't work out after three losing seasons, leaving the Buffalo Bills looking for their fifth head coach since 2001.
The Buffalo Bills and Erie County agreed in principle Wednesday to a one-year lease extension that would allow the team to keep playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium next season.
Lease negotiations between the Buffalo Bills and state and county officials have stalled, opening the possibility that a one-year interim deal will have to be reached for the team to keep playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium next season.
Ryan Fitzpatrick was the first player to walk into the Buffalo Bills practice facility when the doors opened Tuesday morning. When they closed later that night, he likely was the last one to leave.
All Buffalo Bills employees will take a cut in pay during the NFL labor dispute, though no layoffs are planned.
Bills President Russ Brandon said in a statement that the transaction team would ensure that the sale complies both with NFL rules and the team's obligations to New York State and Erie County under a 10-year lease agreement that essentially locks the Bills into playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium through the 2019 season.
"Where we've been as an organization on the field is unacceptable to anyone that's sitting up here," Brandon said. "It's all about winning. There's nothing else - absolutely nothing else - that matters."