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Agent: Multiple teams interested in Evan Mathis

"Evan Mathis got his wish when he was cut by the Philadelphia Eagles late last week. Now we wait to see if he gets the contract he wanted after bristling about playing for the $5.5 million he was set to earn from Philly. Mathis’ agent, Drew Rosenhaus, told WQAM radio last week that “at least a half a dozen” teams have reached out about the guard, but declined to name any of them."

Bills Positional Briefs: Safety

"With the way things went in 2014, there is little doubt that the Buffalo Bills will depend on the defense to help set the tone for the regular season in 2015. The Bills will have essentially the same starting lineup on defense — with one exception.Safety.Da’Norris Searcy left the team via free agency in March and now the Bills must fill the vacancy with someone in house. It has spurred on a position switch from one player to add even more competition.How will it all play out in training camp this summer? A preview of the safeties on the roster:"

With record in sight, Bills call news conference to update season-ticket sales

"On the brink of setting a franchise record for season-ticket sales, the Buffalo Bills called an 11 a.m. news conference Monday with team president Russ Brandon to provide an update on sales.It is expected that Brandon will announce the Bills have surpassed the previous mark of 57,132, set in 1992."

Cyrus Kouandjio impresses new coach Rex Ryan after lost rookie season

"For the Buffalo Bills, “the biggest surprise of the spring,” according to ESPN.com, has beenCyrus Kouandjio‘s use at right offensive tackle with the first-team offense. Why should it be a surprise that a 2014 second-round draft choice from Alabama would line up with the starters? Probably because Kouandjio got on the field for three regular-season snaps as a rookie."

Route running perfection the pursuit for Bills WRs

"Feeling out a new position coach is nothing new for Buffalo’s receiving corps. New receivers coach Sanjay Lal is the fifth to coach the position in the last five seasons. When it came to convincing the players in his room that he’s capable of making them better wideouts however, the buy in may have been the fastest ever for a Bills assistant coach.“We were sold right away,” saidChris Hogan flatly.So what has Lal done that has Buffalo’s pass catchers believing they’re already a better route running contingent than they were at any time last season? In a word, precision."

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