Dec 15, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Mario Williams (94) in the fourth quarter of their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. The Buffalo Bills beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Circling the Wagons: Kiko Alonso, Training Camp


Happy Thursday Everyone!  Here are your daily links for the Buffalo Bills.

The Bills will report on July 18th for the 2014-15 training camp with the first practice coming two days later.  The Bills are the first team to report for training camp this year due to the fact that they will face off against the NY Giants on Aug 3rd in the Hall of Fame game.  Take a  look at the Biggest position battle, weakest position, and the rookie with the best longshot to make the team in this team report.  [Global Post]

In a move to begin their buying process for the Bills, the Buffalo Sabres Owners have put into place a high profile investment banker to represent them in the bidding of the Bills.  This is a good move for the Pegula’s in their attempt to buy the Bills and the first real move buy anyone that is interested in buying the Bills.  Keeping them in Buffalo is a priority for everyone at this point, but the question comes how long is it a priority for some.  Keeping them in WNY is a needs to be long term priority for whoever does buy the Bills.  [Washington Post]

Kiko Alonso suffered an injury while working out in Oregon.  It has been confirmed that Kiko did tear his ACL and that is a 7-9 month recovery from that injury.  It has also been released by the Bills that Kiko will miss the entire 2014 season for the Buffalo Bills.  Last year this would have been a devastating loss for the Bills defense.  This year, it is still a huge loss but with the free agent signings of Brandon Spikes and Keith Rivers, the Bills are in a better spot to lose someone with the depth that they have now.  [NFL.com]

Football is a business, and at times we hear that some of the decisions made are strictly business decisions whether they are good or bad for the team.  One of the business side of things is the contracts that teams and payers come to terms with.  Some are good and some are just bad.  Who has the best contract for the Bills and who has the worst contract for the Bills? Take a guess before you head over to the link.  Hint: Both are on the defensive side of the ball.  [Over the Cap]

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