Brian Galliford

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I'm the founder and editor-in-chief of Buffalo Rumblings. Back in late 2006, when I was a junior in college and Marv Levy was still the GM, I was updating a Blogspot site once per week with a Bills-themed post when SB Nation asked me to run their Bills blog. On April 7, 2007, Buffalo Rumblings was born; we've been talking Bills football every day since.

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No compensatory pick for Bills; draft order set

With no compensatory picks this year, the Buffalo Bills' seven picks in the 2014 NFL Draft have been finalized.

Moats signs one-year deal with Steelers

Moats had lost his starting job for Mike Pettine, and after the Brandon Spikes and Keith Rivers signings, his departure was inevitable.

Bills work out FB Spencer Larsen (again)

Larsen has now visited Orchard Park in each of the last two free agency periods.

WR Kenny Britt visiting the Bills today

The Bills need more talent at receiver, and Britt is looking for a short-term "prove it" deal. Might the two sides strike a deal?

HCDM taking in March Madness

Chandler's deal: two years, $4.75M

Bills tight end Scott Chandler will make less on his new two-year deal in Buffalo than he did between 2012-13, or the two-year deal that expired on March 11.

Breaking down Manny Lawson and Jerry Hughes

Do Manny Lawson and Jerry Hughes bring enough to the table for the Bills to feel comfortable about their defensive end depth?

RB Seastrunk will visit Bills pre-draft

The Bills could be planning ahead at running back, where Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller may both be free agents after the 2014 season.

Eric Ebron will make pre-draft visit to Buffalo

Ebron, a popular prospect to discuss amongst Bills fans, is the first name that has popped up on the pre-draft visitor circuit this spring.

Reassessing Bills needs by positional value

Which position is the Buffalo Bills' biggest remaining area of need after a busy first week-plus in free agency?

Buffalo Rumblings Live: free agency recap

Brent Axe of joined Matt Warren in this week's episode of Buffalo Rumblings Live, where they discussed the busy first week-plus of Bills free agency. The show's over, but you can re-watch the evening's events right here.

Report: Bills (were?) interested in Ed Dickson

The Buffalo Bills pursued athletic, receiver-first tight ends in free agency in 2013, and reportedly showed interest in another such player this year.

Dixon contract: 3 years, $3.5M

Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller may not be in Buffalo for longer than one more year, so Dixon's three-year deal is significant from that perspective.

The most important Bills question ever asked

This week's Buffalo Bills mailbag covers free agency, but that's just an appetizer for the most important question ever asked about the Bills.

Carrington has visits with Raiders, Rams

Buffalo's former starting defensive lineman looks like a longshot to return to the team that made him a third-round draft pick in 2010.

(Unofficial) Bills depth chart update

What does the Bills' (unofficial) depth chart look like following the first week of free agency? We're glad you asked.

Free agency tracker, Day 5 (open thread)

Brandon Spikes and Anthony Dixon are the latest confirmed free agent signings for the Buffalo Bills, who have now added five new players this week.

Bills, Spikes agree to 1-year deal

The Buffalo Bills have roped in a new linebacker, and you'll recognize the name: Brandon Spikes, formerly of New England.

RB Anthony Dixon signs with Bills

In Dixon, the Bills pick up another core special teams player that can also contribute in the team's short-yardage and goal line packages.

LB Brandon Spikes visiting Bills

The Bills have a need for a run-defending middle linebacker, and Spikes is the best on the market for that role.

Alonso moving to WLB, Lawson's role changing

The Bills are reorganizing their linebackers as they transition to a new defense. GM Doug Whaley commented on upcoming role changes for Kiko Alonso and Manny Lawson, plus more.

Free agency tracker, Day 4 (open thread)

The Bills have made six signings in six days, and have at least one more free agent coming in for a visit. Get caught up on all of the happenings here.

Chandler re-signs for two years

Chandler will be back on his third straight two-year deal in Buffalo, and is more likely than not to be the team's starting tight end for a fourth straight season.

RB Anthony Dixon to visit Bills

The Bills are in the market for a short-yardage and goal line back, and that's a role Dixon filled with a good amount of success in San Francisco for four seasons.

Re-examining the Bills' O-Line

The Bills signed a (likely) new starting left guard on Wednesday - but they could still be a few players short of what they need for the 2014 season up front.

Free agency tracker, Day 3 (open thread)

Resetting the Bills' work in free agency thus far as the third day of the 2014 league year gets underway.

CB Corey Graham signs with hometown Bills

Graham, a Buffalo native, is returning to his home city on a four-year deal, where he could compete for a starting job with the Bills.

Carrington on CLE, STL radar

Carrington is unlikely to return to the Bills as the team switches defenses again, and has invested heavily in Kyle Williams, Marcell Dareus and Alan Branch.

OG Chris Williams signs, is likely new LG

The Bills shelled out $13.5 million for Williams - $5.5 million guaranteed - which almost certainly means that he's the team's new starting left guard.

LG Williams, CB Carroll visiting Bills

Carroll would add depth and size at cornerback, while Williams would be an experienced contender for the starting left guard job along with Doug Legursky.

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