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  • Bills' James Cook: Slated to work alongside Harris

    The Bills have added Damien Harris to a running back corps that also includes Cook and Nyheim Hines, Maddy Glab of the team's official site reports.

    The free-agent acquisition of Harris helps fill the void created by the departure of Devin Singletary, who recently signed a deal with the Texans. As a rookie last season, Cook logged 89 carries for 507 yards and two TDs to go along with a 21-180-1 receiving line in 16 games. The 5-foot-11, 213-pound Harris brings added power to Buffalo's backfield mix and can be expected to absorb a decent chunk of the 177 carries vacated by Singletary's exit, especially in early down and short-yardage situations. Even so, Cook (listed at 5-foot-11, 190 pounds) should still have an opportunity to garner more volume in 2023, while Hines (5-foot-8, 198 pounds) continues to work in a change-of-pace role. As things stand, Cook's fantasy upside hinges on how much of Singletary's prior role (which also included 52 targets) he takes on this coming season while working alongside Harris.

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  • Bills' David Quessenberry: Back with Buffalo

    Quessenberry agreed to re-sign with the Bills on Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

    Quessenberry will return to the Bills for a second consecutive season after he provided depth at both tackle positions last year. In 2022, he made starts at both right and left tackle when Dion Dawkins and Spencer Brown were sidelined with injuries.

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  • Bills' Damien Harris: Heading to Buffalo

    The Bills and Harris agreed to terms on a one-year contract Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    After losing Devin Singletary to the Texans earlier Monday, the Bills were in need of reinforcements at running back. Harris is the first to join holdovers James Cook and Nyheim Hines. Considering that Cook and Hines ring in at 190 and 196 pounds, respectively, the 5-foot-11, 213-pound Harris becomes the top candidate for early down and short-yardage work with his new squad. In the first four seasons of his career with the Patriots, Harris averaged 4.7 yards and scored 20 touchdowns on his 449 carries across 38 games while also hauling in 40 of 51 targets for 281 more yards.

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  • Bills' Trent Sherfield: Lands one-year deal in Buffalo

    The Bills signed Sherfield to a one-year contract Monday.

    Sherfield stays in the AFC East after putting together a career-best 30-417-2 receiving line in 17 games with the Dolphins last season. Part of Sherfield's success in 2022 could have been due to his familiarity with Miami coach Mike McDaniel's scheme, as the two spent time together in San Francisco, but his arrival in Buffalo provides the Bills with a reliable veteran presence behind top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.

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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Clear for full offseason

    Harty, who signed as a free agent with the Bills on Wednesday, says the toe injury that limited him to just four games in 2022 has fully healed. "I was cleared a while ago," Harty said after his signing. "I'm back to doing everything. I'm back to feeling like my normal self. So, I'm good to go."

    The former Saint is set to serve as a depth receiver and return man for the Bills in 2023. Buffalo is fairly crowded on offense, but Harty likely received a boost in status Friday when the Bills cut Isaiah McKenzie, a player with a similar skill set.

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  • Bills' Damar Hamlin: Return to play a possibility

    Hamlin continues to progress from his cardiac arrest suffered Jan. 2 and has recovered enough that he's hoping to return to the NFL in the future, Alec White of the Bills' official site reports. Said general manager Brandon Bean this week, "He's dialed in. He definitely has every intention to play. He's got, I know of one more visit, but I think they'll get wrapped up by sometime in April, as it stands now."

    Hamlin still has a long road ahead and will need to work through several steps of clearance, but it's beyond encouraging that the discussion has turned to football just a couple of months after his life was at stake. It's unclear if Hamlin will have any restrictions if he does return to action in 2023, where he'd likely serve as a depth safety for the Bills behind Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 139.5
Def. 104.6


Player Injury
V. Miller OLB Von Miller OLB Knee - ACL
D. Hamlin SAF Damar Hamlin SAF Undisclosed
T. White CB Tre'Davious White CB Head
M. Hyde SS Micah Hyde SS Neck
T. Doyle OT Tommy Doyle OT Knee - ACL