Buffalo Bills news and rumors: Khristian Boyd, ticket pricing, Will Clapp

The Buffalo Bills continue to be active players in NFL Free Agency, adding a new depth piece to their offensive line. The team is also beginning to set up some 30-visits.

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The Buffalo Bills continue to churn out daily news and this day was no different. The Bills continue to make moves in free agency and it's unlikely they are done. I expect them to add at least one more defensive tackle, perhaps DaQuan Jones's favorite Austin Johnson. We briefly talked about the potential addition of him to the roster. On my latest podcast, I suggested that Johnson will be signed by the Bills before the end of the weekend.

Buffalo Bills begin releasing costs of PSLs with new stadium to open in 2026

Some fans are beginning to receive notifications of the cost of Personal Seat Licenses, or PSLs, and so far the term I've seen used is "sticker shock". I've seen numbers upwards of $50,000 per seat and drops from there. I can't say that I'm shocked though, as this is normal with any new stadium. The team is popular and getting a brand-new stadium. Extremely high prices come with the territory; however, it's an unfortunate situation for some long-time season ticket holders, but at the end of the day, this is the business part of the NFL.

Buffalo Bills invite Khristian Boyd on a top-30 visit

According to a report, Ryan Fowler of Bleacher Report indicated that the Bills were on a list of teams that would bring Khristian Boyd in for a top-30 visit. Each team is allowed to invite up to 30 draft prospects to the team facilities to meet with the staff and team doctors. I've been a big fan of Boyd's since the East-West Shrine game and continue to trumpet the horn for him. He is my favorite mid-round target. He's a 6'4", 317-pound defensive tackle who is capable of playing either the one or three-technigue tackle positions.

Buffalo Bills sign interior offensive lineman Will Clapp

If you haven't already seen or heard all the jokes about Will's last name, compared to Coach MdDermott's tendency to clap a lot during games, then I'm not sure you're breathing. I'm already tired of hearing the jokes, so I'm not going to repeat them but you get the idea. Clapp is a solid backup for the Bills' interior offensive line and is capable of playing either guard position, as well as center. He's likely not going to push anyone for a starting role, but his versatility is perfect for the Bills reserve group. He played over 700 snaps last season with the Chargers, committed only one penalty, allowed one sack, six QB hits, and 24 total pressures.


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