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Bills have work to do in offseason after playoff collapse

The lingering disappointment following an AFC wild-card playoff collapse at Houston won’t deter Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott from having confidence in his team’s young foundation. That doesn’t mean the Bills don’t have work to do.

AFC wild card: Houston Texans roar past Bills for 22-19 win in OT

Deshaun Watson spun out of a would-be sack and coolly completed a pass that set up the winning field goal in overtime as the Texans rallied from a double-digit second-half deficit for a 22-19 victory over the Buffalo Bills in the first round of the playoffs Saturday.

New-look Bills not focused on Pats’ dominance

Cole Beasley knows little about the decades of dominance from the New England Patriots against his new team, the Buffalo Bills. And he’s not particularly interested in it. “I wasn’t here, I don’t care,” Beasley said.

Bills’ 28-year-old rookie Christian Wade passes on rugby to give NFL a try

Buffalo Bills running back Christian Wade passed on a successful rugby career in England to give the NFL a try as a 28-year-old rookie. Though he still has much to learn, Wade enjoyed a successful debut by scoring on a 65-yard touchdown run in Buffalo’s preseason-opening 24-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts

Bills running back LeSean McCoy using his doubters as motivation

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy says he’s heard people question whether he’s lost a step at the age of 31 and using that as motivation entering his 11th NFL season. Coming off his least productive year, McCoy insists he is still “The Guy” in Buffalo’s backfield, and he intends to prove that on Sundays.

Bills QB Josh Allen focused on staying upbeat entering 2nd season

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is focused on staying upbeat despite the challenges and questions he faces entering his second season. But Allen says to not let his ‘awe-shucks’ demeanor fool anyone. The first-round draft pick tells The Associated Press he’s driven to succeed with a family-adopted motto of “adjust, persevere and overcome.”

Buffalo Bills sign 7 draft picks; QB Derek Anderson retires

The Buffalo Bills have signed seven of their eight draft picks, including first-round selection Ed Oliver, while veteran quarterback Derek Anderson is retiring after 14 seasons. The Bills announced the signings and Anderson informing the NFL of his retirement a day before opening their rookie minicamp.

Bills sign QB Derek Anderson to mentor rookie Josh Allen

The Buffalo Bills have signed quarterback Derek Anderson to add veteran experience and have him serve as a mentor for rookie starter Josh Allen. The Bills announced the signing a day after Anderson visited the team’s facility.