Buffalo Bills News: A short month before free agency begins

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The month of January is over but Buffalo Bills fans still have to wait a bit longer for the true madness of the offseason to begin.

I almost forgot that today is the final day in January.

Alas it is and that means we only have one more NFL game to watch before the offseason begins for the entire league. Yet Buffalo Bills fans have to wait until March before any major moves will take place.

March brings free agency while April brings the NFL Draft. Then we have mini-camps, OTAs, training camp, and before we know it the season is back.

But February is always a slow time for Bills fans, and for football fans in general. And unless you are a major NBA regular season fan, it is a tough time for sports in general. At least March Madness isn’t too far away.

We will take a look back at the month of January later today, but first we have one final Morning Charge this month. Then off to February where the only game is one in which the New England Patriots play.

Go Rams?

Buffalo Bills News:

Iowa tight ends could be sleeper targets in NFL Draft (BuffaLowDown, Stephen McCarthy)

McCarthy is back with more draft coverage. This article has him looking at two tight ends out of Iowa. Both could end up being drafted early and the Bills would be lucky to have one of the two.

Bills show up in list of 2018’s biggest trades (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

The Bills were busy making trades in 2018, especially when it came to swapping picks to grab some top prospects.

7 potential QB coaches for Josh Allen following David Culley departure (Bills Wire, Nick Wojton)

The Bills need a new quarterback coach and this article offers up several options. May as well just give the job to Derek Anderson and call it a day.

Jamal Adams changes tune on Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen: ‘He’s a phenomenal QB’ (NYup.com, Ryan Talbot)

Everyone seemed to be a Josh Allen hater once he was drafted last year.

Some are beginning to come around and not be so harsh.